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Farm To School Day Shows Students Where Food Comes From

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Posted: April 11, 2014

Plains Elementary School kindergartner Isaiah Long, 6, milks a fake cow during the school’s first Farm to School Day in Timberville on Thursday. About 500 children got a chance to touch and taste food that came straight from the farm. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Mayland farmer Tim Bryan shows Plains Elementary School students how to clean a horse’s hoof Thursday during the school’s Farm to School day.
Markus Coira, 6, pets a piglet as Jackie Lohr, from Endless View Farm in Broadway, holds the animal Thursday during Farm to School Day.

TIMBERVILLE — Chocolate milk comes from brown cows, right?

That concept may make perfect sense to a youngster, but it’s not exactly how milk production actually works.

Children at Plains…



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