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Think about the first time you saw a cow and horse up close and relive that feeling of awe as you watch children share that same experience. Kids will get to experience all of the farm firsts April 17-19 at West Virginia University’s Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design Kiddie Days at the Animal Sciences farm. Tours will run each day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with admission being $2 per person.
Quotes and comments
“Kiddie Days is a great chance for us to get young kids to interact with farm animals. We like to talk with them a little bit about where their food comes from and where their milk comes; it’s a good opportunity for us to teach them about agriculture.” — Ben Walsh, assistant director of farm administration and operations farm manager
“Some of the most popular activities for kids is in our Farmer for a Day area where they can collect eggs from toy chickens, pretend to milk wooden cows and pick apples from trees, and pet bottle lambs and calves.”—Ben Walsh
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