Students experience their agricultural state


Allie Hurley

Brianna Hollingworth takes a pony on a walk during the Ag. Expo on Wednesday in Archer.

The Laramie County Cow-Belles invited third grade students of Cheyenne to enjoy a day of agriculture at the Ag. Expo Tuesday and Wednesday in Archer.

Pam Wyggam, Cow-Belle, said about 678 third-graders took part in the Ag. Expo both days. The Ag. Expo is designed to help educate students about agriculture and the surrounding ecosystem. There were many booths full of agricultural information as well as animals to pet and learn about. Students were also able to enjoy climbing into large tractors, roping and stick horse racing.

Students from the High Plains FFA chapter from Central High School...

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