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MN AgMag7 hours agoIn this lesson, students will explore the difference between inherited and acquired traits and understand why knowledge of inherited and acquired traits is important to agriculture. Activities in this lesson include trait sorting, two short movies, a PTC taste test, and student presentations. #MaitcMatrixMonday See the full lesson here: https://minnesota.agclassroom.org/matrix/lessonplan.cfm?lpid=405&search_term_lp=sheep%20see
MN AgMag3 days agoDid you know the Minnesota State Fair is one of the largest and best-attended expositions in the world, attracting nearly 2 million visitors annually? The State Fair is a great place to learn more about agriculture by visiting animals, seeing exhibits and much more! #FarmFactFriday
MN AgMag1 week agoIn this lesson for students in grades K-2, shopping is educational! Students will learn the differences between needs and wants, goods and services, and producers and consumers by participating in a grocery store simulation, exploring the source of grocery store items, and designing their own products to sell. #MaitcMatrixMonday See the full lesson here: https://minnesota.agclassroom.org/matrix/lessonplan.cfm?lpid=525&grade=0,1,2
MN AgMag1 week agoDid you know MN ranked 3rd in sunflower production in 2016? #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?

  • Answer
  • A milkshake!