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Lindsey Novak, North Dakota State University Extension Service agent for Stutsman County, uses some models as she talks with a group of students about various branches of agriculture-related employment opportunies. The students learned about agriculture at the Ag and Youth seminar during the Winter Ag Expo at the Jamestown Civic Center Wednesday. (John M. Steiner / The Sun)

It’s all about ag: Third-graders learn food doesn’t originate from grocery store

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Third-grade students from around Stutsman County learned a little about cow manure and a lot about all aspects of agriculture at the Ag and Youth seminar Wednesday. The event was held in conjunction with the Winter Ag Expo at the Jamestown Civic Center.

“This isn’t soil, it’s cow poop,” said Mary Berg, an extension agent with the Carrington Research Extension Center, speaking to a group of students from Pingree-Buchanan Public Schools. “But we call cow poop manure.”

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