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ACMS Ag I students visit Adair County Farmers Market

Students also visit Extension Office, hear about the scope of agriculture from Adair County Extension Agents Nick Roy and Tony Rose
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From Adair County Middle School

Mrs. Brittany Smith's Agriculture I students from Adair County Middle School took a Field Trip Friday morning, August 24, 2018, to the Farmer's Market and Adair County Extension Office. Students were able to see and purchase local produce as well as hear about the scope of agriculture in the county from Extension Agents Tony Rose and Nick Roy.

Students taking the trip were:
Hayden Bennett, Brenton Billingsley, Kailee Brown, Trinity Burton, Kayla Chapman, Braeden Coomer, Skylar Coomer, Danielle Corona, Kaylee Cross, Maliyah Francis, Quincy Klett, Ethan Knifley, Lakota Lemmon, Kaden Richard, Amber Said, Gabby Salyers, and Sully Streeval
Everyone had a great trip and are looking forward to future opportunities in our Adair County Middle School FFA Chapter! - Brittany Smith




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ACMS FFA 1 Class visits Adair County Farmers Market



2018-08-24 - Adair County Farmers Market, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Brittany Smith, ACMS Ag I teacher .
Mrs. Brittany Smith's Agriculture I students from Adair County Middle School took a Field Trip Friday morning, August 24, 2018, to the Farmer's Market and Adair County Extension Office.Hayden Bennett, Brenton Billingsley, Kailee Brown, Trinity Burton, Kayla Chapman, Braeden Coomer, Skylar Coomer, Danielle Corona, Kaylee Cross, Maliyah Francis, Quincy Klett, Ethan Knifley, Lakota Lemmon, Kaden Richard, Amber Said, Gabby Salyers, and Sully Streeval, visited the Adair County Farmers Market today, Friday, August 24, 2018 and are shown above with Holly Kerns (center, in Green blouse) Sano, KY, a regular vendor.

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Adair County Extension agents address ACMS Ag I students



2018-08-24 - Adair County Extension office, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Brittany Smith, ACMS Ag I teacher .
Mrs. Brittany Smith's Agriculture I students from Adair County Middle School took a Field Trip Friday morning, August 24, 2018, to the Farmer's Market and Adair County Extension Office. They were, Hayden Bennett, Brenton Billingsley, Kailee Brown, Trinity Burton, Kayla Chapman, Braeden Coomer, Skylar Coomer, Danielle Corona, Kaylee Cross, Maliyah Francis, Quincy Klett, Ethan Knifley, Lakota Lemmon, Kaden Richard, Amber Said, Gabby Salyers, and Sully Streeval. Above They heard talks by Adair County Extension Agent Nick Roy, and also by Extension Agent Tony Rose, about the scope of Adair County Agriculture. - Brittany Smith, ACMS Ag I teacher

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