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Fourth graders visit farm for Kids Ag Day

Girls from Great Bend Jefferson Elementary School examine horseshoes, Wednesday at Kids Ag Day. This was the 21st year for Barton County fourth graders to experience a day on a working farm.

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A tradition of two decades continued Wednesday with when fourth graders attended Barton County’s 21st Kids Ag Day.
For the final time, Ag Day was held at the Roger Brining Farm west of Great Bend. Brining died June 8 in an airplane crash, but the family continued with plans for the September event, said Ron Koelsch, one of the even organizers. Koelsch’s farm has also been the Kids Ag Day venue in previous years.
“The Brining family is very supporting of keeping this going, and we’re very appreciative of it,” Koelsch said, adding he expects Kids Ag ...


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