FFA President, Dairy Princess, and Goat Girl: Shea Cencula rules the local agricultural world


photo courtesy of Shea Cencula

Shea Cencula guides one of her dairy cattle. She helped start her family farm at the age of eight and has always loved having cows.

by Caroline Hobson, Editor in Chief

What does the FFA do? What is your mission statement? What type of milk is best for teens?

All of these questions are common for FFA President and Dairy Princess Shea Cencula. Since the age of eight, Shea has strived to learn more about the world of agriculture and what she can do to help further expand her passions of learning and helping animals. 

The National Future Farmers of America (FFA) is a high school organization that creates a welcoming environment for students interested in pursuing agricultural careers, learning more about local agriculture, and/or taking hands-on classes such as horticulture or engines and power. 

In this podcast, FFA President Shea Cencula will share an insight on her life, future career pathway, mission statement, FFA goals and aspirations, and how the FFA is helping educate the Linganore community.

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