Ag Expo & Safety Days

 

The Ag Expo & Safety Days is a day-long expo where third and fourth grade students in Uinta County learn various aspects of agriculture as they rotate through multiple interactive stations set up at the fairgrounds.

 

Volunteers from the County Extension Office, US Forest Service, Wyoming State Forestry, Farm Bureau and County Weed & Pest, along with other Uinta County professionals and citizens, teach the far-reaching importance of agriculture in our lives.

The Ag Expo is held in the spring of odd-numbered years. 
The next Expo will be in the spring of 2021.
Check back for dates as the event gets closer.

Station Topics from past Ag Expo & Safety Days

Ag Marathon

Animal Bi-products

Animal Health

Animal ID

Beef

Bees

Blender Bike/4-H

Brand Making

Butter Making

Cattle Hauling

Chickens

Ducks & Geese

Electrical Safety

Erosion

Feed Display

ATV Safety

Firearm Safety

Fire Safety

Goats, incl. meat & dairy goats

Grains

Greenhouse Planting

Horse Care

Horse Safety

Horse Shoeing

Horse Tack

Lambs & Calves

Milk Production & Products

Pigs

Rabbits

Raw Milk

Rope Tying

Roping

Sheep/sheering

The 5 F's of Agriculture

Trees

Weeds

Welding

What's & Why's of Cowboy attire

Over 800 students and volunteers participated in our 2019 Ag Expo and Safety Days!
The Uinta County Conservation District thanks all of the local volunteers who take time to prepare and present interactive lessons for the students! 

Uinta County Conservation District

204 East Sage St 

PO Box 370

Lyman, WY 82937

307 787 3070

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