Fourth-grade students from Verla Haslem’s class at Sunset Elementary School take a tractor ride Thursday between exhibits during Fourth Grade Ag Day at the Moffat County Fairgrounds.
Brad Ocker, a brand inspector from the Colorado Department of Agriculture's State Board of Stock Inspection, shows a Sunset Elementary School fourth-grader a book about branding. Fourth Grade Ag Day is an annual event that brings students from local elementary schools to the Moffat County Fairgrounds for demonstrations on agriculture, livestock and farm safety.
Becky Bowland with Moffat County Cattle Women gives Sunset Elementary students from Mrs. Seely’s class a demonstration on riding equipment on Thursday as part of the 4th Grade Ag Day event at the Moffat County Fairgrounds.
Moffat County Cattlewomen member Becky Bowland shows Sunset Elementary School students from Wendy Seely’s class a bridle and demonstrates how a horse would wear it. The Fourth Grade Ag Day event Thursday at the Moffat County Fairgrounds brought students from local elementary schools out for a day of agriculture, livestock and farm safety.
Fourth-grade students from Sunset Elementary School wait to pet a horse as part of an exhibit for Fourth-Grade Ag Day at Moffat County Fairgrounds.