Hometown: Judsonia, Ark.
Parents: Blake and Sara Moffett
Siblings: Lily, Charley and Lathan Moffett
FFA Chapter: White County Central FFA Chapter
Advisor: Lucas Anderson
What is your involvement in agriculture?
“I was first a member of the 4-H and began my agricultural experience by raising market hogs and show chickens. My grandparents and great-grandparents grew up farming and we still live on the land they farmed on years ago. I now am an FFA officer and spend time in ag and serving my chapter. I have been an FFA member and an FFA officer for three years.”
What is your favorite part of being involved IN FFA?
“I love learning new tools I will use all throughout my life. I am currently taking plant science with Mr. Anderson and I’ve loved learning to care for the plants, and even learn simple electrical wiring throughout the greenhouse. I love the people, I enjoy ag, FFA and making friends at camp from all over the state. I also love that FFA opens so many doors for me and has helped me grow as a person. I enjoy the summer camps, such as Arkansas Leadership Conference and Chapter Presidents’ Conference at Camp Couchdale as well.”
What are your future plans?
“I hope to continue my future in ag by obtaining an agribusiness degree. I would love to raise a family in my hometown that loves FFA as I do and want to invest their time and effort in FFA. I plan to be a business owner myself, and I hope to incorporate agriculture in some way.”
What is the best advice you have received about agriculture?
“If it forces you to get out of your comfort zone, do it. I’ve grown so much since I began my experience in FFA. I have become more confident and pushed myself to do things that I never dreamed I would do. These exact words may not have ever been said aloud, but I have been pushed by my ag teacher and FFA officer team.”