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About Travis Cadman
Hello Wisconsin FFA my name is Travis Cadman, and it is my honor to be your State Sentinel from Section 10! Just a little about myself I grew up on a small farm outside of East Troy where my family and I raise beef, swine, and poultry. My favorite activities are trap shooting, wrestling, and exhibiting livestock. I will be attending UW-Platteville after my year as a State Officer, and will be majoring in Agriculture Education. I joined FFA when I was a freshman, and had the opportunity to attend the National FFA convention. I was truly motivated to become the best FFA member I could be when I got to see Alicia Hodnik present her retiring address. Her speech not only motivated me to become the best FFA member I could be, she motivated me to become a Chapter Officer and State Officer. My family has always supported me through the years, the support from my sister always means the most to me. She has cerebral palsy and can not walk, but she will never let that slow her down. When something slows her down she just says "I have a different ability not a disability" and then she achieves her goals. She has been a 4-H and FFA member, a 4-H and FFA Officer, and is now a 4-H State Officer. She is one of the few that strongly look up to as a role model. Well my FFA family that is all about me, if you would like to get a hold of me, my email is email@example.com. Please do not be shy!
What has been your favorite thing about this year so far?
What has been your favorite thing about this year so far? Just being able to take as many opportunities and meeting as many new faces as possible! I love seeing FFA members straight up killing it in their communities.
What are you looking forward to most in the coming months?
I am excited to be attending banquets and congratulating members on their success. I think the other thing I am dying to see is the reaction of state officer candidates making it as state officers!
What do you plan to do after state office?
I plan on heading back to the farm and get the show hogs ready for fairs this summer, then I will be heading to UW-Platteville for Agriculture Education.
What advice would you like to leave for FFA members?
My advice to FFA members is to always search for opportunities. Pain is temporary, but if you quit or fail to take up an opportunity I promise that pain will last forever. Keep rocking it members you make the difference.