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Grinning second graders hold chicks, getting a feel for how soft and fluffy the baby chickens are before they grow.
Second graders are introduced to piglets at the Mitchell County Agricultural Fair, and given the opportunity to hug them.
Second grade students at the Soybean Station listen to FFA students discus soybean manufacturing and the products that are derived from soybeans.
At the Dairy station, a wooden dairy cow is milked by second graders to give them a feel for what milking a cow is actually like.
Clustered together in groups, students study chicken eggs more closely, to see what makes up their composition.
Second graders and FFA students talk between the bars of the calf pen, where the younger kids learned about how fast the calves grew as well as some of the care and feeding of them.
Second graders at the Beef station at the Mitchell County Ag Fair.
At the pig station, second graders listen to a story about the care and feeding of swine, as well as the products that come from the animals
At the chicken and egg station, second graders had the opportunity to explore the parts of the egg with tweezers, to learn the difference between farm fresh and store bought.
At the corn station, second graders who attended the agricultural fair, were taught about the different products that all derived from corn production.
FFA students talk to second graders about tractor safety and the importance of staying aware around these large machines.
These adorable sheep fascinated many of the second graders who stopped by to see them at the Mitchel County Agricultural fair.
At the snack station, students learn where some of their favorite foods to consume begin, and how most things in their lives can be traced back to the farm.
At the wool station, students learn the uses of wool as well as have the opportunity to see how wools are died and feel how soft it can be.
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