Live Virtual Farm Tours for Schools

New England Dairy hosted three Virtual Farm Tours by grade level for K-12 schools in Fall 2020. 

Our live Virtual Farm Tours recordings help your students make a personal connection to a New England dairy farmer from the comfort of your own classroom or home. 

Using video chat technology, students get an up-close look into the barns, meet the calves and cows, and learn firsthand how dairy farmers take care of their cows, the land, environment, and their communities. 

View the live recordings below and check back in 2021 for more live tour dates.

Contact Annalise Kieley with questions at AKieley@newenglanddairy.com. 

Click the links below to download our tour FAQ and Vocabulary handout and other resources to enhance your virtual farm tour experience and learning.

Resources: Virtual Farm Tours for Students

Title Description Download
FAQ and Vocabulary List
(Pre-K-Grade 6)
This document contains frequently asked questions and a vocabulary list to help enhance the students' learning before and during the tour. DOWNLOAD
FAQ and Vocabulary List
(Grades 7-12)
This document contains frequently asked questions and a vocabulary list to help enhance the students' learning before and during the tour. DOWNLOAD
Dairy Farm Scavenger Hunt Increase student engagement with the virtual farm tour using our scavenger hunt activity. DOWNLOAD
Cabot Farm Love Program Cabot Creamery Co-operative designed this free program for in-person or live virtual farm tours. The program teaches children how dairy farmers care for their cows, communities, and planet through engaging worksheets, activities, and recipes. GET CURRICULUM
Virtual Farm Tour Curriculum
(Grades 5-8)
Students virtually visit two Vermont dairy farms through online 360-degree videos that let them explore on their own as they learn how New England dairy farmers care for their cows and help protect our environment with sustainable farming practices and 21st-century technology. GET CURRICULUM

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