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Virtual Ag Days

For the last 34 years, Vanderburgh County 4th grade students have participated in Ag Days to learn about agriculture and where their food comes from. Since COVID-19 restrictions did not allow in-person education, Purdue Extension recruited 4-H members to create 12 videos about agriculture to share with 4th grade classrooms. Topics include animal by-products, beef cattle, dairy cattle, dairy by-products, goats, horse & pony, llamas, poultry, rabbits, sheep, swine, and tractor. While geared toward 4th grade students, anyone can take part in this engaging, educational series created by 4-H members, the future leaders in agriculture. All videos are housed on the Purdue Extension – Vanderburgh County YouTube channel.  A complete list of video links is included below. We hope you view the videos created by the hard work of our 4-H members and learn something about agriculture along the way!  Be sure to share so that others can learn more about agriculture too!


Virtual Ag Day Videos







Dairy By-Products:


















Megan Hoffherr

4-H Youth Development Extension Educator

Purdue Extension – Vanderburgh County

13301 Darmstadt Rd., Suite A

Evansville, IN 47725

(812) 867-4935

This message applies to the following members:

Carleigh VanMeter

Emerson VanMeter

Taylor VanMeter

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