Sebastian Victoria,9, learns how to milk a cow as Mary Anne Farrell, a farmer from New York, guides him through the process. Miami-area third-graders and their teachers participated in the Youth Fair's Howdy Program on Monday, March 16, 2015. The students learned the basics of agriculture during a special tour of “Cowtown,’ such as how to milk a cow, churn butter, grind corn and other farming activities. The Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition takes place March 12 through April 5.
Sebastian Victoria,9, learns how to milk a cow as Mary Anne Farrell, a farmer from New York, guides him through the process. Miami-area third-graders and their teachers participated in the Youth Fair's Howdy Program on Monday, March 16, 2015. The students learned the basics of agriculture during a special tour of “Cowtown,’ such as how to milk a cow, churn butter, grind corn and other farming activities. The Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition takes place March 12 through April 5. ANDRIANA MEREUTA For the Miami Herald
Sebastian Victoria,9, learns how to milk a cow as Mary Anne Farrell, a farmer from New York, guides him through the process. Miami-area third-graders and their teachers participated in the Youth Fair's Howdy Program on Monday, March 16, 2015. The students learned the basics of agriculture during a special tour of “Cowtown,’ such as how to milk a cow, churn butter, grind corn and other farming activities. The Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition takes place March 12 through April 5. ANDRIANA MEREUTA For the Miami Herald

From bees to cows, Howdy Program at fair gives kids first-hand agricultural experience

March 19, 2015 7:01 PM