Beef – Pasture to Plate

Where’s the beef? Learn about beef cattle from pasture to plate & all of the other products that come from cows.

Beef Ag in a Bag

McLean County (IL) teachers can request FREE Beef ag mags and activity kits for their classroom: Click here

Online Reading Materials

Ag-tivities

Books to Read – set up a FREE account on www.openlibrary.org to read these online books for FREE!

Virtual Field Trip

Pizza Grows on the Farm

Find out where your favorite pizza ingredients come from & learn about fractions with these fun hands-on pizza activities.

Pizza Ag in a Bag

McLean County (IL) teachers can request FREE ag mags and activity kits for their classroom: Click here

Reading Materials:

Ag-tivities:

Books to Read – set up a FREE account on www.openlibrary.org to read these online books for FREE for 14 days!

Videos

From Farm To Baseball

Take agriculture out to the ballgame! Actually, agriculture is already there because without farms, there would be no baseball!

Learn more about the farm to baseball connection with these ag-tivities!

Baseball Ag in a Bag

McLean County (IL) teachers can request ag mags and baseball activity kits for their classroom: Click here

Reading Materials:

Ag-tivities:

Books to Read – set up a FREE account on www.openlibrary.org to read these online books for FREE for 14 days!

Baseball Videos

STEM ON THE FARM – Apply Today!

Explore real-world applications of science, technology, engineering & math on the farm at the 2019 STEM on the Farm Experiences!

Designed for teachers, community educators and STEM coordinators to discover how learning can intersect with agriculture. The program is FREE + up to $650 in travel expenses reimbursed. 

2019 STEM on the Farm Locations:

  • Kansas City, Kansas – May 1-3, 2019
  • Syracuse, New York – May 21-23, 2019

Applications Close: Feb. 1, 2019

Find details & application info here: ww.agfoundation.org/on-the-farm

Farm Fresh Podcast: Caring for Cattle in the Cold

As the temperature drops, farmers work to keep their animals comfortable in the cold. Local farmer, Matt Witte, shares how he cares for cattle during the winter months.

Keeping cattle in good physical condition with high protein feed and plenty of water is an important part of keeping them warm.

Tune in to WJBC radio or stream it live online every Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. for the Farm to Table segment.

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