Ag-Bag/Miller-St. Nazianz, Inc. Supports Wisconsin FFA

Wisconsin FFA Ag-Bag/Miller-St. Nazianz, Inc. has generously made a donation to the Wisconsin FFA Foundation that will benefit over 19,000 Wisconsin FFA student members across the state. Ag-Bag/Miller-St. Nazianz, Inc.'s donation of $3,500 to the 2012-13 campaign will help support the Ag Mechanics Design & Fabrication Proficiency Award Program, Dairy Production Entrepreneurship Proficiency Award Program, Dairy Production Placement Proficiency Award Program, National Band, Chorus & Talent Fund and the Wisconsin FFA Foundation Annual Fund. Their long-standing contributions have benefited thousands of FFA student members over the past 12 years.

Thanks to support from Ag-Bag/Miller-St. Nazianz, Inc., FFA members are able to prepare for successful careers in the science, business and technological aspects of the agriculture, food and natural resources industry. They take what they learn in the classroom and combine it with hands-on experience and leadership skills. As FFA members, their future careers in agriculture, food and natural resources will be a part of some of the biggest issues our world faces.

The Wisconsin FFA Foundation unites individuals, organizations and companies who share a common interest in the advancement of agriculture and community leadership through FFA. You can step up and help today's FFA members by supporting the programs that have been core tenets of the FFA - proficiency awards, career development events, state FFA degrees, sectional leadership workshops, scholarships, chapter awards, agri-science fair, state FFA convention programs, and state officer support.

The Wisconsin FFA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization. You can get involved by supporting Wisconsin's FFA members and their future by contacting the Wisconsin FFA Foundation at 608-831-5058,, or 1241 John Q. Hammons Drive, Madison, WI 53717. Visit for more information.

Miller is a manufacturer and an innovative global leader in self-propelled agricultural spray application equipment and their industry leading line of Ag-Bag machines. Since 1899 with John Miller's country store, Miller began serving the agriculture community in St. Nazianz, Wisconsin.