About 30 years ago, when Gene Bollinger served as a state FFA officer, he spent a lot of time speaking to schoolchildren. 

Many of the classrooms he visited were in urban areas. Many of the students he met had never visited a farm or been exposed to the vast and complex world of agriculture. 

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