Moody High School Agriculture

                  SAE Projects Postponed

SAE projects in Fundamentals of Agriculture can be carried over to the 2020-2021 school year.  Just keep up with your records and pictures and they can be applied to next year's project.  SAE projects in 2020-2021 can expand on this years assignment or you can simply add those hours and experience to your project next year. 


ALL students will be required to complete a SAE in the 2020-2021 school year, regardless of courses taken.

Beef Quality Assurance Certification Postponed

Students that started the Beef Quality Assurance online certification will be able to complete their certification in the 2020-2021 school year.  All student's log-ins are on file and will be redistrubated in the 2020-2021 school year.  If you change or modify your account, you are solely responsible for your log-in information.  All students will be required to complete the BQA Certification 2020 in the 2020-2021 school year.  (This includes Intermediate and Advanced students, who completed the previous version of BQA.)

 Online Assignments - Microsoft Teams

While out of school due to the Covid-19 virus shutdown, all assignments will be posted to Microsoft Teams.  All students can go to and use their school log-in and password to access their class. All work will also available on the Moody High School website under the Student tab - Online Coursework.  In each agriculture class is a short video, powerpoint, and quiz.  Quizzes can be returned via email or Microsoft Teams. 


Students may email any questions or assignments, if desired to:

   University of Tennessee Field-Trip Update

The University of Tennessee field trip has been rescheduled for April 2021.


I received information from all students and parents on the 2019-2020 fieldtrip list. 


The following information was turned into the MHS office and checks should be placed in the mail shortly.


1. Student Name

2. Address

3. Who check should be made payable to.

4. Amount of refund due.

5. Email address to contact in case of questions.

                 Now Taking Online Payments

Students can now pay shop fees, FFA dues, or pay for field-trips online. MHS has entered a patnership with Paypams to allow parents and students to pay all school fees and associated costs online with several payment options.  Simply set-up an account and your ready to go.

Visa, MasterCard, Discover, ACH and PayPal


On the Web or any iOS or Android mobile device!


Your information is encrypted for added security on systems with the highest level of compliance measured by the Payment Card Industry payment security standard.


                    University of Georgia - 2018

  New Youth Beef Quality Assurance Website

The Kansas State University portal for Youth Beef Quality Assurance has merged with  Any students that did not complete the registraton prior to March 1, 2017 will have to register and create an account on the new website  Any student that registered before March 1, 2017 may complete their certificate on the Animal Care Training site.  The new site has three units that are the same material as the previous 28 sections, with a different format.  When a student finishes the three units, he/she will be eligible to be certified in Beef Quality Assurance, as with before with the Animal Care Training.

               History of MHS Farms

History of MHS Farms
MHS AASB Presentation (2017).pptx
Microsoft Power Point presentation [36.2 MB]

                     University of Kentucky - 2018


                            University of Florida - 2017

            Mississippi State University - 2016

                      FARM DAY 2016

            Poultry Judging Practice

Poultry Judging Practice Guide
Adobe Acrobat document [31.8 MB]
Poultry Judging - Live Birds
Adobe Acrobat document [5.2 MB]

Moody High School Farms Expand...

On Saturday, September 12


Moody High School


students broke ground on the fruit orchard and small animal pasture.

Summer on The Farm...

Moody Elementary & Middle School Summer Camp students recently helped out on the farm by planting some peppers in the garden and working in the green house.  During the summer, students who wish can volunteer to come to the farm on Wednesday mornings during camp.  Below are some of the great students who volunteered.

The Year in Review...

Moody High School

Agriculture Field Trip



Auburn University

College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences


Moody High School Farms

"The Farm" begins...

We will be constructing our own farm in the coming years at Moody High School.  We will be building eight components that will make a complete ecosystem.  Below, is a list of the eight seperate items we will be building, along with their individual functions.  Our goal is to have everything completed in the 2018 - 2019 school year.



Eight-Tier Ecosystem

  1. Rain Barrels – design containers to collect rain water, emphasizing        conservation.
  2. Fish Tanks – the water from the rain barrels will be used to sustain the fish and water plants.
  3. Green-House - build a greenhouse to start bedding plants, & various other plants.  
  4. Garden – vegetable garden will be planted annually with plants started in the greenhouse.
  5. Corn Field / Pumpkin Patch – raise a field of corn & pumpkins to emphasize crop development and harvesting.
  6. Fenced Pasture – provided space for our out-door classroom demonstrations with livestock.
  7. Barn - will house small animals, poultry, and provide storage for feed and supplies.
  8. Fruit Orchard – this will allow us to talk about forestry & mature plant development.

Future Field Trips

                     University of Tennessee


                      Clemson University


               Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College



                                     Berea College


                Middle Tennessee State University


Important Dates






Fundamentals  $30


Intermediate/Advanced  $60

($30 Per Semester)



FFA Dues $20




*All Shop Fees can

be payed through



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