Supervised Agricultural Experience Program by H1n7raW5

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									             Supervised Agricultural
              Experience Program
                          Mrs. Sonia Aguirre
                              Fall 2001
                              AGED 410


Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office
                         July, 2002
What is an SAE?

A learn by doing process.
Agricultural students reinforce learning
 by applying skills and knowledge
 acquired in class and shop by means of
 an ownership and/or non-ownership
 project.
Allows for student to establish short
 and long term goals.
Types of Projects to Consider
                 Livestock


               Breeding Cattle




Market Lambs
                                 Breeding Dairy
            Animal



          Swine




R
Rabbits
a
b                    Poultry
Crops
                    Plants




                    Cut Flowers




                                  Christmas Trees

Ornamental Plants
Mechanical
     Work Experience



                       Forestry




Construction
Landscape Projects
Benefits of an SOEP

The development of stronger job related skills
More Benefits!

Possible entrepreneurship
The opportunity to gain further
 knowledge
The opportunity to more intensely
 explore the your chosen career area.
Even More Benefits!

               Provides
               recognition
               through FFA
               awards



                             Understanding of the
                             economic forces of
                             the market place

  Record keeping skills
Things to consider before
starting an SAE
How will the project be financed?
Does the project have viable profit
 potential?
How will the student market the project?
Getting Started

Talk with community members to get
 ideas.
Ask yourself- Is this SAE feasible in my
 community?
Talk with your parents and Ag. Teacher
 about the goals of your project.

								
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