Lytle FFA and Ag

The Creed

  • I believe in the future of agriculture, with a faith born not of words but of deeds – achievements won by the present and past generations of agriculturists; in the promise of better days through better ways, even as the better things we now enjoy have come to us from the struggles of former years.

    I believe that to live and work on a good farm, or to be engaged in other agricultural pursuits, is pleasant as well as challenging; for I know the joys and discomforts of agricultural life and hold an inborn fondness for those associations which, even in hours of discouragement, I cannot deny.

    I believe in leadership from ourselves and respect from others. I believe in my own ability to work efficiently and think clearly, with such knowledge and skill as I can secure, and in the ability of progressive agriculturists to serve our own and the public interest in producing and marketing the product of our toil.

    I believe in less dependence on begging and more power in bargaining; in the life abundant and enough honest wealth to help make it so–for others as well as myself; in less need for charity and more of it when needed; in being happy myself and playing square with those whose happiness depends upon me.

    I believe that American agriculture can and will hold true to the best traditions of our national life and that I can exert an influence in my home and community which will stand solid for my part in that inspiring task.

FFA & Ag Upcoming Events

FFA Photo Albums

FFA Crest

Our Stories

  • 6-22-2022 A Great Community Partnership - Lytle VFW sponsors successful fundraiser for Lytle FFA.

    The Lytle VFW Post 12041 and our FFA family supported the Lytle FFA Chapter by raising funds that will allow our FFA students to engage in more learning - activities, events and projects.

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  • 6-21-2022 Mr. Beard's Welding Students Discover Masonry Rocks!

    This past April, High School Counselors Karen Hernandez and Abigail Parker took Mr. Beard's welding classes to the Texas Masonry Regional Showcase in San Antonio.

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  • 11-16-2021 FFA District Creed Speakers

    I am so grateful and proud of these students and the work they put into creed speaking. Khye Stewart (11th Grade) and Klarye Cook (8th Grade) are participants in sports and other organizations throughout the school and they still were able to dedicate their time and energy to FFA creed speaking. Last year we took a year off due to a pandemic but this year we came back!

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  • 6-23-2021 A closer look at Lytle's Career and Technical Education...What happens in Ag???

    In education, we all can get caught up in our own little corner of the school, busy and focused on our subjects or daily jobs. Here's a chance to venture into the world of Ag (and FFA) to see what learning looks and feels like in the shop, in the barn, and out in our back pasture. (Did you know we have a pasture and small herd of cattle?) Take some time to watch this video and learn something new and cool about our district and one of our flourishing CTE programs.

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  • 3-5-2021 Lytle Ag Students in the Calf Scramble - 2021 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo

    During the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo several of our Lytle students had the opportunity to participate in the calf scramble to catch a calf. Those that catch are granted money to use toward a breeding animal project for the following year, enabling them to add to or build a herd/flock of their own. The students that did not catch can try another year. These videos were provided by parents, and if you watch closely, you'll see Rylynn, Rowdy, and Allison.

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  • 3-5-2021 Major Stock Show Results

    Many students have recently returned from attending different major stock shows (San Antonio Livestock Show, San Angelo, and Texas Elite). This is where the competition is its toughest as they are competing not only against students in Texas but also in other states. We are so proud of their dedication and hard work. They may not have all placed, but they all are still outstanding individuals in our minds.

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  • 1-22-2021 Awesome results from the Atascosa County Livestock Show!

    Our Lytle FFA program is growing and achieving more every day. Whether our students are showing an animal or building an ag mech project, they are choosing to take on a responsibility that will take time and dedication. Their time, effort, and sacrifices will not always guarantee a win, but with dedication comes many lessons learned. This investment and cooperation among families and peers toward reaching a common goal is a refreshing sight. It lends to a positive hope in the future of our program and in the students' lives. The learning is immeasurable.

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  • 1-13-2021 Proud Pirate Moment

    Case Connover won Champion of the Outdoor Furniture division January 12th! Thank you to Mr. Flores for mentoring him through this project. Super big thank you to all the Ag teachers for their hard work and dedication with the students. Lytle High School has a special kind of wonderful in its staff. Everyone takes amazing care of these kids and we appreciate it so much.

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  •  Junior Ag Mechanics Show

    2-28-2020 Lytle Students Compete in San Antonio Junior Ag Mechanics Show

    Last week, the Ag Mechanics Show in San Antonio started with the project line and move in beginning at midnight Thursday night. Mr. Flores spent his 5th and final all-nighter waiting in line to get student projects entered in the San Antonio stock show. The show ended Sunday morning. Our Lytle students competed with FFA and 4-H communities over the whole state, Panhandle to the Valley, El Paso to Port Arthur.

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  • Atascosa County Stock Show

    1-21-2020 Atascosa County Results

    As the Atascosa County Livestock Show comes to an end; I would like to recognize some of the Lytle FFA members whose hard work did not go unnoticed. The following students had placed their project animals and were able to take it through auction.

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  •  Semi-Finalist

    12-7-2019 Lytle FFA State LDE Competition

    We just finished contest at Sam Houston State University and I could not wait to share! The State LDE competition was such a fun and learning experience. So proud that Lytle was able to be represented in the top 24 when 601 students competed. Happy Holidays all.

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  • Campbele Aldridge will be representing Area X, Wintergarden District, and Lytle FFA at the State LDE

    11-25-2019 Lytle FFA Part 2

    Campbele Aldridge will be representing Area X, Wintergarden District, and Lytle FFA at the State LDE contest. Contest will be held December 6th & 7th at Sam Houston State University.

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  • 11-19-2019 Lytle FFA

    Yesterday Lytle FFA took the "Magic School SUV" to Poteet High School where they competed at the Wintergarden District contest. 8th Grader Campbele Aldridge competed against 7 other Greenhand Creed speakers and came out on top, placing 1st and advancing to Area next Monday in Robstown, Texas. We also took a Greenhand Quiz team who with great efforts placed 4th overall. Team members include: Katara Whitfield, Alex Rodriguez, Fatima Montes, and Rylynn Null (all 8th Graders). We all plan to cheer Campbele on at Area Contest.

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  • Lamb showing for stock show.

    1-24-2019 Atascosa County Results (FFA)

    As the Atascosa County Livestock Show comes to an end; I would like to recognize some of the Lytle FFA members whose hard work did not go unnoticed. The following students had placed their project animals and were able to take it through auction.

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  •  Khye Stewart, 8th grader

    11-26-2018 Khye Stewart Takes 2nd Place at Greenhand Creed Speaking District Leadership Contest, 8th Place at Area Contest

    Lytle FFA was represented by 8th grader, Khye Stewart, in the Greenhand Creed Speaking District Leadership contest. Taking home 2nd place, he eagerly advanced onto Area, where he placed 8th.

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  •  SA Stock Show and Rodeo Junior Shoot-Out Results.

    3-6-2018 SA Stock Show and Rodeo Junior Shoot-Out Results.

    The Annual San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Junior Shoot-Out was held February the 15-18th, 2018 at The National Shooting Complex in San Antonio. The Shoot consisted of Sporting clays, Super Sporting clays, Modified Trap and Trap over the course of 4 days. Each day the shooters would meet up at 8:00 am for a safety brief on which was to ensure each contestant from the age of 9 to 18 to be allowed to compete.

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