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Kellyville’s Teagan Neal – FFA Spotlight – Presented by Oklahoma AgCredit

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Teagan Neal

Kellyville High School

At the age of five, Teagan Neal was a cloverbud in the Creek County 4-H Club. Now a fourth-generation member of FFA, Neal said she first got involved in FFA during her freshman year of high school.

“It wasn’t a single individual that encouraged me to join FFA. My sister and I are 4th generation FFA members. So, it was actually my whole family and my heritage that encouraged my participation in FFA,” said Neal.

For Neal, finding something to get involved in was easy.

“I enjoy many things in FFA including showing livestock, public speaking, being a chapter officer, and making connections with new people. My activities also include alumni camps, opening and closing contests, and cattle grading,” said Neal.

Neal is serving as her chapter’s treasurer as well, all while raising show sheep, goats,  and Dexter cattle with her sister. They show pigs as well.

As a student at Kellyville High School, Neal said she is involved in Beta Club, and plays basketball, softball, and is a member of the track and field team. She also plays competitive softball with a travel team.

The sophomore said she plans on attending NOC Tonkawa for two years after she graduates where she will play softball and be involved in the school’s sheep production program.

“After that I want to continue my education at Oklahoma State University to obtain my agribusiness degree with a pre-law option and minor in ag law. I will get my law degree at the University of Tulsa. I hope to practice civil law and continue to raise livestock,” said Neal.

With nearly two years under her belt in FFA, Neal said two memories really stand out.

“My first memory is receiving my FFA jacket and the feeling of putting it on for the first time. My second is standing on the stage as a chapter officer presenting my sister and our best friend their first blue and gold jacket,” said Neal.

She offers this advice to anyone interested in FFA.

“My advice would be, FFA could be a life changing experience, but you will never know unless you try it out. We only regret things we don’t try, so do it all,” said Neal.

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