Vrrrooommm!: Dairy Farming for Kids Trailer

Vrrrooommm!: Dairy Farming for Kids Trailer (2003)

09 December 2003

This educational program hosted by Farmer Bill gives kids an up-close look at life on a high-tech, 700-cow dairy farm as they learn how moo juice goes from cow to cup and witness the feeding and milking processes. Later, children meet a newborn calf and visit a plant to see how cheese is made. Aimed at youngsters ages 2 to 10, the video teaches them about the realities of modern farming and the effort required to get food to market.

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