Mon, 21 March 2022
OFI 1337: Traveling Illinois Recruiting And Advocating For Ag | FFA SAE Edition | Lauren Mohr | Normal West High School FFA
Our guest today is currently serving as the State FFA Reporter in Illinois. Lauren Mohr grew up in Illinois with a strong legacy of farming and the FFA in her family. In addition to watching her older brothers in their projects, she was working at home with the families sheep flock as well as their business of lambing out ewes for other owners. Over time she developed a love for the animal livestock industry, and it led her to leadership in the FFA.
Lauren just graduated from Normal West High School last spring. She is currently taking a gap year to serve as the state reporter and plans on attending Illinois Central College to study animal science and agricultural business next fall. She has her eye on embryo transfers and reproduction in livestock as a career and has already identified a business that she would like to conduct an internship with.
Lauren is involved in and developing a few different ag businesses currently. In the summer she shows dairy cattle for her grandparents, and the rest of the time she is developing her herd of cattle and maintaining her flock of sheep. Lauren has traveled as far away as Massachusetts to market wool and learn more about the wool and sheep industry. It is no wonder that she has been a state proficiency winner in both sheep production and diversified livestock.
Direct download: Off_Farm_Income--Episode_1337-Lauren_Mohr-COMM_11_04-022622.mp3
Category:FFA -- posted at: 12:30am MDT