JEFFERSON CITY — As schools across Missouri have transitioned to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, the agriculture industry has provided several options for virtual agriculture education opportunities.
Missouri has an inspirational agriculture tradition, and we’re hoping you can help us share that story. The Show Me State is home to nearly 95,000 farms, covering two-thirds of the state’s total land acreage and supporting many of the state’s top agricultural commodities including soybeans, corn, cattle and calves, hogs, and turkeys. On average, Missouri farms are about 291 acres and nearly all are family owned and operated.
Check out the list below to get started!
- Ag Education on the Move
- American Farm Bureau
- Beyond the Barn Door
- Farm for Life Video Series
- Missouri Ag in the Classroom
- Missouri Corn in the Classroom
- Missouri Farm Bureau
- Missouri Soybean Activity Books
- My American Farm
- National Cattlemen’s Beef Association
- National FFA Association
- Pork Checkoff
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— Missouri Department of Agriculture
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