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Students get hands on farm experience

10:25 PM, May 15, 2013
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Marshfield fourth-graders spent Wednesday learning what it takes to run a large dairy farm.

About 415 fourth-grade students from Marshfield-area elementary schools toured Norm-E-Lane Farm, W267 Panther Creek Road, to learn about modern dairy farm operations, at a time when fewer Americans are involved in food production than ever before.

"They get to see a fully operational farm in this area," said Mark Zee, a Marshfield High School agriculture teacher and FFA adviser. "We try to make a connection to where their food comes from." ...

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