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    Braden River High School has the county's largest AgroScience program, where students learn the skills necessary for a career in agriculture or animal care. In April the school, along with four other Manatee County schools, was named one of "Florida's Finest" FFA chapters.

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Braden River High School has the county's largest AgroScience program, where students learn the skills necessary for a career in agriculture or animal care. In April the school, along with four other Manatee County schools, was named one of "Florida's Finest" FFA chapters. Ryan McKinnon Bradenton Herald

Braden River’s agriculture students get their hands dirty

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