Tynlea and David Wilson traveled to BMS to visit with Ag classes on Wednesday, January 6. They brought sheep and shared some of their knowledge about them with the students. Students learned about several aspects of the animal from the Wilson’s, including desirable characteristics and how they care for, breed, and condition their sheep. In addition, they spoke about what it is like to prepare and show sheep.
“We thank the Wilson’s very much for taking the time and making the effort to come out and teach us all something new,” said BMS Ag Science teacher Jesse Truax.
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