Est. 1937

DeWitt Central FFA

Grade: 12th

Katlin Truelsen- Ag Communications

If you are in FFA or are involved in an ag class you are required to have an SAE or Supervised Agriculture Experience. Take a look at some examples from our members to help you get an idea of how you can build your SAE!

Grade: 10th


Taylor Houser- Jewelry Making


"My SAE is an entrepreneurship. I have my own business where I make jewelry among other things. My business is called “Yes, I Made This”. I started my project 3 years ago and have since made about $1,300 and invested over 1,000 hours. I like to make jewelry and candles and decided to turn my hobbies into a business when I joined FFA.​​"

"My SAE Is Ag Communitcations.  I am apart of the CAC media group I joined in June on 2022. We focus on communicating ag related topics with others. We travel around to complete projects related to ag. I am specifically the Journalist  for the team I write full time for "Humps and Horns." I started a piece the Rider Rundown, recently talking about the riders we met at the Junior World Finals."

Wyatt Houser- Woodworking

SAE Examples

"My SAE is woodworking so what that entails is that I make wooden projects, from birdhouses to squirrel tables and anything you would have outside. What I do is I find trees, cut them down, then with help mill the trees down into boards. With some time and patience the boards are ready to be sanded down, then made into projects to be sold. I normally sell during the farmers market, at open houses, or online when a customer wants a personal touch to a piece."

Grade: 11th