Book of the Month

North Carolina Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom is an educational program that is dedicated to fostering an understanding of the importance of agriculture in North Carolina. The program strives to achieve this mission in recommending books for use as additional resources to PreK – 12th grade educators. Book of the Month is an offering for anyone looking for a valid Ag-related resource to utilize in the classroom. The total purchase of one book is $5.00 and can be purchased until copies are sold out. Each book will have accompanying activities of high-quality that can be integrated into lesson plans at various grade levels.

February 2018

Clarabelle: Making Milk and So Much More

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Clarabelle is a cow and she produces milk. But she also produces electricity, fertilizer, a calf, and bedding for her stall on a modern-day Wisconsin dairy farm. Readers are introduced to all the latest technology that enables farmers to create electricity and other by-products with the help of their dairy herds. And yet, none of the latest machinery matches the miracle of production that is the cow herself—a virtual four-footed factory. This books is tribute to the collaboration between humans and animals that is at the heart of American agriculture.

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