Farm Fun with Farmer Katie

Author: Patrick Carney | March 20, 2020


Farm Fun with Farmer Katie

It's time for another week at home with the kids. Don't worry, we've got you covered with some educational fun each day with week (March 23-27). We're going to post a video with Farmer Katie (and her cow, Snickerdoodle!) each day at 10am. Each day will feature a different topic. Farmer Katie will teach kids about caring for calves, cow car, cow nutrition, milking and using dairy.

Each video from Monday - Thursday will be pre-recorded and published at 10am. However, on Friday, we'll be on Facebook Live with Farmer Katie (and, of course, Snickerdoodle!).

Share the word with other parents who are looking for fun and educational content for their kids while they're out of school.

Learn more about our week-long farm fun series on our Facebook Page.

Monday 3/23/20: Calf Care

Learn all about a calf's life on the farm is like. 

Post Video ActivityCalf Coloring Page

Tuesday 3/24/20: Cow Care

Farmer Katie goes over how cow's spend their days and discover what they sleep on, how long they sleep, and what their housing looks like.

Post Video Activity - Cow Care Coloring Page

Wednesday 3/25/20: Cow Nutrition

What do cows eat? Katie breaks down a cow's typical diet and how they help with food waste.

Post Video Activity - Cow Nutrition Coloring Page

Thursday 3/26/20: Milking

Take a peek inside the milking parlor and learn how cows are milked, how often they are milked, and how much milk a cow typically produces in one day.

Post Video Activity - Milking Coloring Page

Friday 3/27/20: Baking with Farmer Katie

Farmer Katie shows us how to bake one of her favorite recipes live from her kitchen! Hint: This type of cookie is the name of one of the cows you'll meet all week!

Post Video Activity - Cream Cheese Snickerdoodle Recipe


American Dairy Association North East is one of 16 state and regional promotion organizations working under the umbrella of the United Dairy Industry Association. It is the local affiliate of the National Dairy Council®, which has been conducting nutrition education and nutrition research programs since 1915. For more information, visit www.americandairy.com.