Why take an agriculture education class?

Why not work and get high school credit???

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Mr. Troy Talford
Mr. Troy Talford
Mr. Talford is the Agriculture & Natural Resources Instructor and FFA Advisor. He has been with the Sauk Prairie Schools District since January 2006.

    “Agriculture” encompasses the production of agricultural commodities, including food, fiber, wood products, horticultural crops, and other plant and animal products. Agriculture, however, extends beyond production to include the financing, processing, marketing, and distribution of agricultural products. The application of science, the use of conservation of land and water resources, and development of recreational resources are also a part of the food and fiber industry.

    The Agriculture program will develop leadership skills in students to benefit their community and the food, fiber and natural resource systems, and challenge students to explore and prepare for the diversity of the agriculture industry and careers that it provides.