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MN AgMag17 hours agoMinnesota Agriculture in the Classroom added 6 new photos.We had a fantastic time yesterday on the Buzzing with Ag Literacy Teacher Tour! Thank you to our fantastic tour stop hosts Roots Return Heritage Farm LLC, East Union Elementary, Gale Woods Farm, and Tashjian Bee and Pollinator Center. Teachers - if you missed this tour we have three upcoming tours in July! For details visit: https://minnesota.agclassroom.org/programs/tour.cfm
MN AgMag2 days agoFor #TeacherTourTuesday we are highlighting Round Lake Vineyards and Winery! Those attending the Many Faces of Agriculture (Southern MN) Teacher Tour will tour the vineyards as well as learn about the wine making process!
MN AgMag3 days agoFor June Dairy Month, learn about cattle digestive systems! In this lesson, 6-8 students will follow the farm to fork process of producing beef, learn how cattle and other ruminants convert grass into nutrient-rich foods such as milk and meat, discover ways cattle recycle food waste, and identify careers in the beef cattle industry. #JuneDairyMonth #Dairy3forMe #MaitcMatrixMonday Learn more at: https://minnesota.agclassroom.org/matrix/lessonplan.cfm?lpid=604
MN AgMag6 days agoDid you know that peaches are drupes? A drupe is a type of fruit in which an outer fleshy part surrounds a shell or pit. Other drupes include plums and cherries. #FarmFactFriday
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What is it?

What Is It?
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  • Sunflower - Minnesota is the nation's 6th-largest sunflower-producing state. Sunflower seed can be crushed for oil, used for birdseed or for a variety of food products.

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Soybeans: 1 acre of soybeans can produce 82,368 crayons.

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What do you get when you cross a cow with a trampoline?

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  • A milkshake!