The Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba is proud to present two Ag Education oppurtunities at the Manitoba Livestock Expo - MooMania and the Amazing Rangeland Adventure. See below for details.
The Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba is hosting MooMania at our Manitoba Livestock Expo (the largest cattle show in the Province) which takes place at the Keystone Centre in Brandon from November 1st to the 3rd, 2012. MooMania is tailored specifically to children in grades 3-5 and we have tied in the unique learning opportunities to many parts of the curriculum for these grades. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the life of a cow, benefits of beef, take tours of the barns where producers are preparing their cattle for shows and sales and participate in a mock cattle show and fun auction.
MooMania will take place on Thursday November 1st. We have room for a limit of 3 classes or approximately 90 students per session and will be offering 2 sessions in the morning and 2 sessions in the afternoon. Classes will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. For additional information, please contact Jennifer Skiehar at (204) 726-3590 ext. 1003 or by email at email@example.com.
Agriculture in the Classroom’s
AMAZING RANGELAND ADVENTURE
An exciting Grade 10 student learning opportunity!
In partnership with the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba, Agriculture in the Classroom – MB is pleased to present the Amazing Rangeland Adventure – a learning experience for Grade 10 students and their teachers. On Thursday November 1st, students will get a first hand perspective of agriculture by visiting 10 interactive stations staffed by producers and agriculture industry professionals. Topics covered will include technology, farm and environmental sustainability, soils, fertilizers, stages in beef production, current issues affecting the beef industry, the impact of human and environmental factors on farm production, auctioneering and career opportunities in the agri-food industry. Pre-registration is required. For more information check out Agriculture in the Classroom’s website at www.aitc.mb.ca or contact Karen Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org or (204) 567 – 3509.