The annual event introduces the kids to some of the many aspects
of local animal and crop farming, and demonstrations are set up
to show them how what is grown right here relates to products
that we use every day.
FFA students also participated in presentations and setups.
Students saw corn products mixed, colored and made into
plastic. One change this year was to introduce some new soy
products. Kids enjoyed a treat of soy butter spread on crackers,
like peanut butter.
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Another new presentation taught students about how some products
look like food but are actually a poison.
The Logan County Farm Bureau sponsors the event.