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ABOVE: Seward County K-State ag agent Kylee Harrison, right, shows youth from Kismet Elementary School different grains grown in Kansas during Farm Education Day Tuesday at Seward County Community College. 
LEFT: Southwestern Heights FFA member Cassandra Sponsel holds a goose as children take an opportunity to pet it. Along with the geese – chickens, cows, horses, llamas, donkeys and goats were also featured at the event. For more pictures of Farm Education Day, see Thursday’s FARM PAGE. L&T photos/Robert Pierce

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