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Fair kicks off start of hands-on book club




One child didn’t know what color to draw her pig, as she had never seen one.

Other kids don’t know that their hamburger and milkshake come from a cow and that their breakfast bacon was once a pig.

In an effort to show children the connection between agriculture and food and to offer more family activities during the day at the Johnson County 4-H and Agricultural Fair, the county’s Purdue Extension office is offering the Read, Taste, Touch program for the second year in a row.

 

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