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Fun Farm Facts

The USDA Farm Service Agency provides a collection of informative and entertaining ways for students to learn more about the importance of farming and food production. Find coloring books, games, interactive and static, and other fun activities that center around
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The USDA Farm Service Agency provides a collection of informative and entertaining ways for students to learn more about the importance of farming and food production. Find coloring books, games, interactive and static, and other fun activities that center around food and agriculture.

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