I was in the Kiel Agricultural education FFA Alumni pig shirt. Mechanics course, we started the work on the golf course. We also ran a Halloween hayride, ran a mini produce store out front. Very small school, but some really cool stuff went down there. FFA was pretty lame BTW. Forgot to mention the hayride! Probably the coolest thing they do, along with the pumpkin patch. The place is beautiful in the fall. A few years ago they also did a haunted house ordeal, I’m not sure if they still do though. Ill agree with the FFA being lame. I wasn’t involved in anything that school had to offer, but the FFA run festivals and FFA weeks were pretty fun. Actually being in it, I heard, sucked.
Kiel Agricultural education FFA Alumni pig shirt, ladies tee, v-neck, tank top
I should have known I wasn’t the only person on Reddit that went there lol. When I was fresh, my mom actually bought me one of those stupid corduroy FFA coats. I was going to ask if this was Chicago Ag! I’ve visited a few times for competitions, and it’s really cool to see that in the city. (Or very near the city, at least.) On a note of the newly required horses, I’ve heard cleaning the stables is a punishment. Not sure if it’s true but very humorous…when you don’t attend that school. Graduate here, we grew watermelons, Kiel Agricultural education FFA Alumni pig shirt, okra, and a bunch of other random stuff too. I thought the golf course was a terrible idea, we were supposed to make 9 holes but I guess they ditched the project since I graduated. The coolest actual thing we built during my time there was the hydroponics table.
Official Kiel Agricultural education FFA Alumni pig sweatshirt, hoodie, and long sleeve
I went here and was in animal science. When I was there we had a shit ton of chickens, a sow, around four cows, like five sheep, two goats, and two horses. My senior year Kiel Agricultural education FFA Alumni pig shirt science started to turn to shit and now it is complete shit. That school turned into total crap. It’s actually literally on the edge of Chicago haha. The south side of 115th St. Is no longer Chicago. They also have 2 baseball fields and stables and barns connected directly to the animal science building. Those students maintain the animals, ag. Business runs the stores and sales, ag. Mechanics builds everything, food science uses a lot of their supplies from the farm, and horticulture runs the greenhouse. Curious about anything else?