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Ag in the classroom
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ABOVE & BELOW - Every year, Karnes County Farm Bureau host an agricultural field day for 4th graders in Karnes county. All four Karnes County 4th grade classes attended the agricultural day in Seguin held Thursday. Reconnecting students with the understanding of where food and other agricultural related products come from is the goal of the field day.  Agriculture has been around for many thousands of years and is a big part of our everyday lives from growing gardens, butchering a hog, gathering eggs, picking cotton and milking a cow. Gratitude is extended to the local Farm Bureau from the local schools for helping the students get a better picture of why agriculture is so valuable to our society.
ABOVE & BELOW - Every year, Karnes County Farm Bureau host an agricultural field day for 4th graders in Karnes county. All four Karnes County 4th grade classes attended the agricultural day in Seguin held Thursday. Reconnecting students with the understanding of where food and other agricultural related products come from is the goal of the field day. Agriculture has been around for many thousands of years and is a big part of our everyday lives from growing gardens, butchering a hog, gathering eggs, picking cotton and milking a cow. Gratitude is extended to the local Farm Bureau from the local schools for helping the students get a better picture of why agriculture is so valuable to our society.
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Every year, Karnes County Farm Bureau host an agricultural field day for 4th graders in Karnes county. All four Karnes County 4th grade classes attended the agricultural day in Seguin held Thursday. Reconnecting students with the understanding of where food and other agricultural related products come from is the goal of the field day.  Agriculture has been around for many thousands of years and is a big part of our everyday lives from growing gardens, butchering a hog, gathering eggs, picking cotton and milking a cow. Gratitude is extended to the local Farm Bureau from the local schools for helping the students get a better picture of why agriculture is so valuable to our society.
Every year, Karnes County Farm Bureau host an agricultural field day for 4th graders in Karnes county. All four Karnes County 4th grade classes attended the agricultural day in Seguin held Thursday. Reconnecting students with the understanding of where food and other agricultural related products come from is the goal of the field day. Agriculture has been around for many thousands of years and is a big part of our everyday lives from growing gardens, butchering a hog, gathering eggs, picking cotton and milking a cow. Gratitude is extended to the local Farm Bureau from the local schools for helping the students get a better picture of why agriculture is so valuable to our society.
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Every year, Karnes County Farm Bureau host an agricultural field day for 4th graders in Karnes county. All four Karnes County 4th grade classes attended the agricultural day in Seguin held Thursday. Reconnecting students with the understanding of where food and other agricultural related products come from is the goal of the field day. Agriculture has been around for many thousands of years and is a big part of our everyday lives from growing gardens, butchering a hog, gathering eggs, picking cotton and milking a cow. Gratitude is extended to the local Farm Bureau from the local schools for helping the students get a better picture of why agriculture is so valuable to our society.
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