Extractions: Did you know... California has been the number one agricultural state for more than 50 years! Lettuce was called green gold in the 1920s because the land it grew on was worth less than the $600 an acre earned by the Pajaro Valley growers for their crop. One cow can give 200,000 glasses of milk in a lifetime. Only seven states produce rice. They are California, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi and Texas. Farmers have been using lasers for 25 years to level their fields. California farmers and ranchers produce $73 million in food, fiber and flowers every day. Pigs can't sweat, farmers use sprinklers to keep pigs cool! The average American eats 25 pounds of rice each year. Turkey eggs are twice as big as chicken eggs. They are pale creamy tan with brown speckles and hatch in 28 days. Pumpkins are fruits, not vegetables. The average child will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches by high school. Potatoes are grown in all 50 states in the US, and in about 125 countries throughout the world. Ag for Kids California Home Page FSA Home Page
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Extractions: Turkey Trivia: Fun Facts About America's Favorite Bird A long-time centerpiece of American holiday feasts, the turkey has a colorful and delicious history. Here are some intriguing facts about our nation's favorite bird, that you may not know: - Turkeys originated in North and Central America, and evidence indicates that they have been around for over 10 million years. - Until 1863, Thanksgiving Day had not been celebrated annually since the first feast in 1621. This changed in 1863 when Sarah Josepha Hale encouraged Abraham Lincoln to set aside the last Thursday in November "as a day for national thanksgiving and prayer." - In Mexico, the turkey was considered a sacrificial bird. - Domesticated turkeys (farm raised) cannot fly. Wild turkeys can fly for short distances at up to 55 miles per hour. Wild turkeys are also fast on the ground, running at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour. - Only male turkeys (toms) gobble. Females (hens) make a clicking noise. The gobble is a seasonal call during the spring and fall. Hens are attracted for mating when a tom gobbles. Wild toms love to gobble when they hear loud sounds or settle in for the night. - The heaviest turkey ever raised weighed in at 86 pounds about the size of a large German Shepherd and was grown in England, according to Dr. Sarah Birkhold, poultry specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service.
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Extractions: Links, Links, and More Links!!! I consider the links below to be excellent resources if you're looking for information on agriculture. There are links for both kids and adults here I'll add more as I find them. Please let me know if you have a link that would be a good addition to this page, or if you find a dead link listed here. Thanks! 4H Farm Animal Awareness Workbook - Check out this site for interesting information about all kinds of farm animals. For example, the color of the eggs will be the same as the color of the hen's ears. We have chickens and I didn't know this!
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Extractions: More Facts About New Jersey and Pages to Color Fun Facts and Trivia New Jersey was settled in 1618 by the Dutch. Became a British Royal Province in 1702. One of the 13 original states. Third state to ratify U.S. Constitution in 1787. New State Constitution adopted in 1947 to succeed Constitution, 1844. Known as "Pathway of the Revolution." Over 100 battles were fought on New Jersey soil. Grover Cleveland, 22nd and 24th President of the United States, was born in Caldwell in 1837. Civil Divisions: 21 counties; 566 municipalities. 2 United States Senators. 13 United States Representatives. 40 State Senators. 80 Members of the General Assembly. 7,721,000 residents (as of 1988). 2,737,000 households (as of 1985). 314 public libraries.
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Extractions: Located on the 13,019 acres of the unspoiled forest of High Point State Park stands a 1,803 foot monument. This is the highest point in New Jersey and can be seen from New York and Pennsylvania. Construction on this monument to New Jersey veterans started in 1928 and was completed in 1930. The outside is made of New England granite and the inside is native stone. High Point State Park is considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of New Jersey. The Delaware Water Gap , located in the northwestern part of New Jersey, is the result of millions of years of extremes in weather. The Delaware River cut through the Kittatinny Mountains, resulting in a 150 foot wide Delaware River bed flanked by the rock lifts of the Kittatinnies. This is one of the Seven Wonders of New Jersey.
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Extractions: Also if you're just vaguely familiar with L. Frank Baum or watched the TV show a few years staring John Ritter. I don't think my trivia is very hard compared to other trivia games where they ask questions on all 40 of the books. Good grief! The game is simple. After reading the question, just place your mouse OVER the
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Extractions: Board Games Site About.com Party, Family, Trivia Games Life on the Farm - the Legen-dairy board game by We R Fun, Inc. that combines family farm life with fast moo-ving action for a night of udder-ly unpredictable family fun! Imagine your own nostalgic family farm (and the gamble involved in running one)! As players race against each other to build their herds, their incomes and expenses grow as well, while the market fluctuates with each roll of the dice! Filled with authentic family farm mishaps, yet easy to understand and play - designed for ages 8 to 108! First to "Retire" wins! Having Fun Yet?!!!(TM) Join in the fun at www.werfun.com Introducing Worldwide Wines: an exciting new board game that educates players on over one hundred wine regions of the world! Learn about their wine styles, production methods and history. Question cards challenge both beginners and wine sophisticates alike, while the game's competitive playing card strategy gives everyone the chance to win. Worldwide Wines is THE educational, competitive and interactive board game for wine appreciators - the perfect gift for the wine lovers in your life! To find out more, or to order visit: www.winegame.com
Fairfield City Farm farms. Acitivities. trivia nights; Billytea Damper days; Kids Dayat the farm; many other fun fundraising events. Members. membership http://www.cityfarm.com.au/friends.html
Extractions: Home City Farm History City Farm Tour School Excursions Mobile Farm Shows Coming Events Recent Events Adopt a Baby Animal How to find us How to contact us Kids Day at the Farm Children who are asthma and cancer patients from the new Children's Hospital, Fairfield Hospital, Liverpool Hospital and Camp Quality have been invited by the Friends of Fairfield City Farm to spend a fun filled day at the City Farm on Saturday 6 th September, 2003.
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Extractions: email: email@example.com th March 2003 is the date for the Friends of the Farm Trivia Night. Tables are organsied for groups of 8 - 10 people and costs just $10 per person. Children are very welcome at these nights. Bring your own food and drink, and a few extra coins for the games which are held during the evening, and have a great night out at City Farm. Bookings are essential and can be made by calling City Farm (02) 9823 3222. Join us at City Farm for some Treasure Hunting fun in the April School Holidays. Call us on (02) 9823 3222 for more details. August 16 th to 24 th is National Science Week and the theme this year is "Exploring Freshwater". Did you know that the main ridge line running through Fairfield City Farm divides the Georges River Catchment from the Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment? Come to City Farm to learn about Water Catchment and Water Management.
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Extractions: Uncle Milton's Ant Farm Game This board game combines the familiar Uncle Milton's Ant Farm with a fast-paced game. As worker ants, kids race through the board maze chambers to collect all the baby ants. The game board features colorful rooms such as a cafe, gym, arcade, theater, which add to the thrill. For 2 to 4 players, ages 5 and up, with age-varied instructions for true family fun. Do you like green eggs and ham? Yes I do! If you'll eat them on a boat, and you'll eat them with a goat, then your family will enjoy this delightful board game. Designed so that children and parents can have fun playing together. Just use your memory to match cards to spaces on the board. Make three matches and you're ready for a taste of green eggs and ham. This game helps kids practice early learning skills, and lets you and your children enter the fun and exciting world of Dr. Seuss.
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