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Agriland Visitors at Kansas State Fair Will Learn About Beef | Rural Radio Network

Agriland Visitors at Kansas State Fair Will Learn About Beef

Agriland Visitors at Kansas State Fair Will Learn About Beef
Image courtesy of Kansas Beef Council

The Kansas Beef Council is partnering with other commodity groups to host Agriland at the Kansas State Fair, September 8-17 in Hutchinson. Located in the Pride of Kansas Building, the interactive exhibit shows young people and adults how food is grown and gives them a sense for the importance of agriculture in the state.

Visitors will learn about beef production, grass, ag by-products, crops, dairy products, soils and more. As examples, youth will have opportunities to sit in the saddle of a virtual cattle drive, milk a mechanical cow, ride inside a combine to virtually harvest crops and touch various Kansas-grown grains.

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