Dylan Hedges, left, talked to a group of children about his rabbits. (Joshua Scheer photo)

Dylan Hedges, left, talked to a group of children about his rabbits. (Joshua Scheer photo)

By Joshua Scheer, reporter, county10.com

(Lander, Wyo.) – The Lander Valley Cattlewomen hosted, along with other agencies and individuals, an agriculture day at the Lander rodeo grounds.

In the morning, third-graders from Ethete, Fort Washakie, Dubois and Cornerstone Christian Academy trecked through different stations set up throughout the grounds. They got to ride horses, learn about cattle, water, rabbits and other topics. In the afternoon, students from Lander and Jeffrey City attended.

Lander FFA students worked as support staff for the event.

High Plains Power representatives talked to a group of third-graders. (Joshua Scheer photo)

The children got guided horse rides. (Joshua Scheer photo)

Students studied different skulls. (Joshua Scheer photo)