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10 truths about ag teachers

10 truths about ag teachers

By Julie Tomascik

Early mornings. Late nights. And sometimes many miles in between.

It’s the story of an agricultural science teacher. The ones who spend the day teaching in the classroom or workshop. Just to help FFA members with projects after school. And travel to competitions with them—all year long.

Because agricultural science teachers don’t have a normal schedule. There’s no summer break. No set hours. And no job too small.

They became an educator not by chance. But by choice. To impact students. Build relationships. Impart passion for different agricultural careers—communications, farming, engineering. And so much more.

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Texas farmer advocates for ag

Texas farmer advocates for ag

By Julie Tomascik

Turkeys, cows, kids and community activities. It’s a full load, but nothing Darrell Glaser can’t handle.

In fact, he prefers it that way.

His farm isn’t an 8-5 job with vacation and holidays. But it’s a family business he’s proud to be a part of. And a job he takes seriously.

Agriculture is in his blood. He has a master’s degree but chose to come back home to the family farm. He’s putting his college degrees to work, though, raising healthy turkeys and beef for you and me.

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