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Ohio FFA

Agriscience Fair

The Agriscience Fair program is aimed at providing opportunities for experiential learning in a specific subject matter. Beginning with the 2017 Agriscience Fair, Ohio will be moving to a pre-qualifying system, similar to the National Agriscience Fair process. This move has come as a result of the expansion of divisions, which allows opportunities for a greater number of state representatives to compete at the national level. This structure will be as follows for the 2017 and beyond year:

  • Moved to 36 total categories/divisions
    • 7th and 8th grade division (teams and individuals)
    • 9th and 10th grade division (teams and individuals)
    • 11th and 12th grade division (teams and individuals)
    • Categories remain the same
  • Report Pre-Qualifying – Reports due March 15th
    • Only the top 12 projects from each category/division will compete at the State Convention 
    • The finalists in each division will be posted April 3rd
    • National will require their report template be used (NOT required for Ohio, with the understanding that this report will have to be edited if a state winner). Report template(s) found here: https://www.ffa.org/participate/awards/agriscience-fair

2017 Interview Schedule
Agriscience Fair Convention Placings and Ratings (Results posted on 5.4.17)
2017 Agriscience Fair Finalists
Application (online) – Due March 15, 2017
2016 Agriscience Fair Results
Application Directions/Information for Advisors
Changes for 2017-2021 in Ohio
2017-2021 Agriscience Handbook – this handbook includes rules, report format and display suggestions, along with all rubrics being utilized to judge