Albion FFA brings animals to school for Mini-Farm Day

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 7 April 2017 at 8:46 pm

Photos by Tom Rivers

ALBION – Abby Pappalardo, a freshman at Albion, introduces elementary students to her bunny named Sable. The rabbit was one of the stops on Mini-Farm Day, which included a chance to meet farm animals and see tractors.

The Albion FFA runs the annual event. About 600 elementary students stopped by to see the animals and farm equipment.

Kendall Eibl, a senior, shows students a boar goat named Rob.

Geddy Morgan, a senior, holds a domesticated duck.

Olivia Krenning, a sixth grader, introduced students to her pigs, Red Velvet and Poka. Olivia’s father, Adam, is the FFA advisor and an agriculture teacher at Albion.

One of the stops included a dairy cow and black angus beef cow. Harrison Brown, a junior, discussed the animals with students. The dairy cow is named Bugsy and the angus is Sugar Pie.

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