New middle school Intro to Agricultural Science curriculum testing.
the production of food and fiber.
the study of farming history.
design and operation of agriculture equipment and structures.
care, production and processing of animals for food.
care and management of our private and public forests.
marketing of indoor and outdoor plants.
inclusion of production, research, biotechnology and hybrids.
The processor and packager.
The wholesaler and marketer.
Canada, Mexico, Japan, China
Mexico, Japan, Europe, Brazil
Japan, China, India, Russia
China, Japan, Mexico, Russia
Corn, Cotton, Wheat
Soybeans, Corn, Cotton
Soybeans, Corn, Wheat
Corn, Soybeans, Wheat
Corn, Wheat, Soybeans
A person that studies agriculture.
A person that raises living organisms for food or raw materials.
Illegal in most states.
Used to recuce the amount of feed animals consume.
Management practices used to produce meat.
Using ladybug beetles to eat aphids instead of spraying pesticides.
Allowing cattle to wade into steams and ponds to cool off.
Keeping wild animals as pets.
Growing plants in a greenhouse.
Corn, soybeans, wheat and cotton.
Grocery stores, farmers markets and roadside stands.
Fertilizer, feed, pesticides and tractors.
Genetically Made Organic
Genetically Manufactured Organic
Genetically Modified Organism
Generic Modified Organism
Frost resistant strawberries.
Bt "caterpillar killing" corn.
All the above.
None of the above.
Free roaming chickens in an open barnyard.
Egg laying hens kept in stacked cages.
Feeding antibiotics to chickens.
Plastics, tractors and crops
Soil, water and air
Cattle, manure and milk
Crops and livestock
John Deere made steel plows.
Barbed wire invented.
Hybrid corn seed produced.
Biotechnology crops and livestock products.
Tractors replace horses.
Frozen foods become popular with consumers.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.