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Annual WVU Animal Sciences Farm Kiddie Days offers first farm experience

Girl investigates cow at Kiddie Days

Children will get the chance to interact with farm animals at the annual WVU Animals Sciences Farm Kiddie Days.

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What’s the News
Thousands of area kids will get to experience farm firsts during West Virginia University’s Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design’s Kiddie Days April 25-27 on the Animal Sciences Farm.

Quotes and Comments
“We will plan to have chickens with eggs hatching, and mothers with young sheep, swine, dairy and beef cattle. Our farm personnel, students and faculty will be on hand during this four-day period to lead the tours, answer questions, and provide assistance as needed.” — Ben Walsh, director of the Animal Sciences Farm      

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Tour schedule and other information

Target Audience
Families with children



Farm-to-table enthusiasts


CONTACT: Lindsay Willey, Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design

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