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Ridgemont FFA shares with students

Jan 20, 2022
In December, Ridgemont FFA took part in an Agricultural Commodity Creations event promoting the use of agriculture. Ridgemont FFA members taught students in grades K-6 about agriculture in all 50 states and helped the students make Christmas gifts …
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Aquaculture adventures

Jan 4, 2022
Fish in a school? Of course! Two of our GrowNextGen teacher leaders are jumping into aquaculture projects with their students. Fish eat soy, as you can learn about in this e-learning course , and they’re learning more about raising and feeding fish …
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Soybean growth and genetics

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How might we predict traits in soybeans? Did you know that there are many traits in soybeans that have an impact on sales and export of soybeans? One of the major ones is hilum color. What is hilum color? What is pubescence? Take a tour of …
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Plant breeding techniques including CRISPR

How have we developed the crops we eat today? What did these plants look like in the wild? Students will learn about the various techniques and technologies that plant breeders have used to create the plants we harvest to feed people and livestock.

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It’s a soy milk ice cream social!

Dec 13, 2021
In Kelly Lewis’ bioscience technologies program at the Gahanna Lincoln High School satellite of Eastland-Fairfield CTS, students learn about genetics, food science, forensic science, and more. They graduate after two years with 4 high school science …
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First-ever Chickenology workshop!

Dec 6, 2021
Over 30 Ohio teachers gathered at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center for all-day learning at the latest GrowNextGen workshop, Chickenology. This new workshop is sponsored by the Ohio Soybean Council and Ohio Poultry Association. It is …

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Chickenology: Breeding the Best Flock!

January 21, 2022
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This virtual field trip for middle and high school students will show the work done at Cooper Farms to breed broad-breasted white turkeys for the marketplace. Information will also include Meyer Hatchery's chicken breeding operations. Students will learn about careers related to genetics, breeding, and poultry production. Hosts will include a veterinarian and breeder. Register now!

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