Postsecondary education research on LGBTQ+ student engagement is rarely field-specific and has yet to reflect the unique nature of agriculture and rural identities within postsecondary agricultural learning environments. Bullying toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning and all other sexual and gender minorities (LGBTQ+) youths is a pervasive problem and results in negative impacts on LGBTQ+ students' mental health and educational outcomes. At the postsecondary level, LGBTQ+ students are 30% more likely than their peers to consider leaving their institutions. This  study utilized focus groups to examine how members and allies of the Virginia Tech Students for Cultivating Change (S4CC) chapter understand identity, the role of 4-H and FFA have on LGBTQ+ identity for agricultural youth, and how allies can contribute to a youth organization’s support of LGBTQ+ community members. Findings reveal organizations such as Students for Cultivating Change are helping members and allies build relationships together around merged “agriculture” and “LGBTQ+” identities. Youth organizations still have historically reflected rural community prejudice and have work to do to become inclusive. Allyship, in the form of individuals and companies, is important to support LGBTQ+ individuals to enter and be retained in agricultural careers.