On April 30 the FFA chapter at Hardin Northern took advantage of the sunshine early in the week by hosting an Ag day for the Kindergartners – 6th graders of the Elementary School. The day was filled with agriculture related lessons and stations impacting a total of 250 students. Elementary students rotated through 14 different stations throughout the day, while the high schoolers presented. Station rotations included dairy cows, beef cattle, eggs, goats, hay, farm safety, lambs, machinery, natural resources, pigs, vegetables, yellow corn and Zoology. At each station, the high schoolers prepared interactive and engaging lessons, like planting seeds, hay bale toss, sitting in the cab of a tractor and allowing the younger students to pet the farm animals. Thank you to the The Logan County Farm Bureau and Jump Farms for being key donors in making this event successful.