Goats, sheep, chickens, cows, rabbits, ducks, and i think thats it.
Not just the FFA, but you can be in 4-H too (well, either or, not both) to raise a show calf.
They raise them on farms
FFA used to stand for Future Farmers of America but it no longer stands for that because FFA involves around many things, such as floriculture, soils education, public speaking, mechanics, tractor driving, meats, and animals. FFA is now just The National FFA Organization.
There is no FFA "oath". There is an FFA Creed, an FFA motto, and an FFA Salute, but no oath.
we raise pawnshop, and chickens
It depends on the context. Farmers raise animals, that is, livestock. Other people who raise particular breeds of animals such as dogs or cats may be known as breeders.
People who are involved in agriculture in North Dakota raise animals or crops or both animals and crops.
The FFA magazine is called "FFA New Horizons."
People who grow crops and raise animals are called farmers or ranchers. Farmers generally grow crops and may raise a few animals while ranchers generally raise animals and may grow some crops.
Yes farmers do raise animals
To keep animals, to look after animals, with some purpose like breeding them for market.