Schutt of Hermann FFA Chapter named State FFA Vice President

Schutt of Hermann FFA Chapter named State FFA Vice President

CONTACT INFORMATION

Joyce Cutright: 417-880-2625
Jeremy Whistance: 573-268-0009
Email: convention.media@missouriffa.org
Website: Convention.MissouriFFA.org

COLUMBIA, Mo., April 21, 2022 – During the 94th Missouri FFA Convention, Malerie Schutt was named the 2022-2023 State FFA Vice President. Schutt is a member of the Hermann FFA Chapter. Her parents are Tim Schutt and Randi Jacquin of Hermann. Her advisors are Doug Ridder and Tracy Vedder. 

 

Schutt’s supervised agricultural experience program consists of raising a herd of registered purebred Hereford cattle, which she breeds to her family’s purebred Angus bull and sells the Angus-Hereford cross calves locally. She also owns a flock of laying hens and sells their eggs. In addition, Schutt maintains an 1,800 square foot garden that produces fruits and vegetables for her to sell locally.

 

During high school, Schutt served as Area 14 president and first vice president, and chapter president, second vice president and assistant vice president.

 

Schutt competed in the conduct of chapter meetings and FFA knowledge leadership development events, and the floriculture, livestock evaluation and agricultural sales career development events. She has attended the Helping Youth Maximize Agricultural eXperience Academy and Helping Youth Prepare for Excellence Academy. 

 

In addition to FFA, Schutt serves as senior class president and treasurer of the student council. She is also a member of the varsity volleyball team, varsity basketball team, National Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America. Outside of school, Schutt is involved in the Veterans of Foreign Wars and St. George Catholic Church.

 

After graduating high school, Schutt’s plans include attending Northwest Missouri State University to pursue a bachelor’s degree in animal science. Afterwards, she hopes to earn her master’s degree and plans to continue advocating for the agricultural industry through a career in animal biotechnology and reproduction. 

The Missouri FFA has 25,626 members representing 353 chapters. The national organization has more than 735,000 members representing 8,817 chapters in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.

The FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

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Malerie Schutt

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