HPC’s Wruble brings passion for agriculture to FFA

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High Plains Community Schools senior Brendan Wruble is no stranger to the agricultural world or to FFA. After five years of dedicated work to the organization, he has stepped up to lead his fellow members as their president.
“I’m from Clarks and I grew up on a farm my entire life,” he said. “My parents own a farm and I plan on going into agronomy at Northeast (Community College).”
Wruble has grown up with a hand in a variety of agricultural practices. He noted that his family runs a cow-calf operation in addition to around 1,200 acres of corn and soybeans.

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