Last updated January 16, 2020
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When Steuben County schools visited a local dairy farm to learn more about where their food comes from, the kids had some cute things to say about what they learned:
“My favorite thing was seeing the cows!”
“I learned that farmers use more technology now than they did back in the day.”
“I learned all about cows and how real cows do on the farm!”
“I learned that farmers think it’s important to take care of their cows”
“I learned that cows’ poop is really good for the crops!”
“I learned how much cows weigh and how much they eat.”
What has CCE done for me?
The 4-H program gives youth the opportunity to try new ventures and see what they are good at. Rachel and Michal Eckler joined Steuben 4-H when they were just 6 and 8 years old. They remembered doing their first food public presentations. "When you're younger, you learn you can make mistakes," Rachel says. The sisters then discovered they loved working with dogs. Michal says she realized that 4-H taught her patience. The dog refused to lay down at first, but this year she had the only dog in Steuben County that received a blue ribbon. The process also showed gave them direction for their adult lives...Michal would like to go into education for children, and Rachel wants to be either a veterinary surgeon or a dog groomer.
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