Chiawana High sophomore Colby Hanses shares facts and answers questions about the chickens he raises from a group of Edison Elementary School students during Tuesday's 23rd annual Farm Fair for fifth-grade students at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick. More than 1,300 students from 14 Mid-Columbia schools are visiting during the event spread over two days, according to Ramona Rommereim of the Franklin County Farm Bureau. The students rotate through exhibits to learn about local agricultural businesses and organizations and about agricultural careers, products and commodities. Hanses, who is nicknamed "Chicken Boy", said it was his sixth year as a presenter at the event. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com
Chiawana High sophomore Colby Hanses shares facts and answers questions about the chickens he raises from a group of Edison Elementary School students during Tuesday's 23rd annual Farm Fair for fifth-grade students at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick. More than 1,300 students from 14 Mid-Columbia schools are visiting during the event spread over two days, according to Ramona Rommereim of the Franklin County Farm Bureau. The students rotate through exhibits to learn about local agricultural businesses and organizations and about agricultural careers, products and commodities. Hanses, who is nicknamed "Chicken Boy", said it was his sixth year as a presenter at the event. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Chiawana High sophomore Colby Hanses shares facts and answers questions about the chickens he raises from a group of Edison Elementary School students during Tuesday's 23rd annual Farm Fair for fifth-grade students at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick. More than 1,300 students from 14 Mid-Columbia schools are visiting during the event spread over two days, according to Ramona Rommereim of the Franklin County Farm Bureau. The students rotate through exhibits to learn about local agricultural businesses and organizations and about agricultural careers, products and commodities. Hanses, who is nicknamed "Chicken Boy", said it was his sixth year as a presenter at the event. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

1,300 students expected to attend annual Farm Fair in Kennewick

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