Food and Farm Facts

resources

The 2021 Food and Farm Facts book features facts about food in America, how it is grown and who produces it, using color photographs and infographic style illustrations. See what's inside! 

Below are some ways you can use Food and Farm Facts to help others learn about American agriculture!  You can download the complete "How to Use Food and Farm Facts" one pager here. 

 

Everyone

Social Media

Remember! These images are copyrighted and can only be used to share online as is. They cannot be printed, reproduced, or edited. If you enjoy these infographics check out the Food and Farm Facts Pocket Guide! 

 

Educators 

In the Classroom

  • Test the knowledge of students in grades 7-12 with this free jeopardy game.

  • Food And Farm Facts activities for grades 4-6 are coming soon! 

Other related resources:

Common Questions about Agriculture

Kids Questions about Agriculture Videos on Youtube

 

4-H / FFA Leaders

In Student Leadership Organizations

  • Prior to exhibiting livestock at a fair, have students review Food & Farm Facts. 
  • Allow students to review Food & Farm Facts when identifying prepared speech topics.
  • Use as a guide for developing ag literacy resources for elementary school visits. 
  • Set up a learning station at your FFA conference or CDE field day. 

Other related resources:

My American Farm FFA and 4-H Engagement

 

Farm Bureaus and Ag Organizations 

At Fairs and Events

  • Set up a “Meet a Farmer” hour each day where farmers can discuss some of the most interesting facts with fair-goers. 
  • Hand out pocket guides. 

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