Over 50 Buses Made Possible
by Sponsors in 2016
A Chance to Meet Baby Goats and
Other Livestock Nursery Animals
Is My Plant Thirsty?
Let's Find Out!
Young Artists at Work Using
Legumes to Make Masterpieces
Finding Out Where Milk Comes From
at the Mobile Dairy
Getting Ready for the
Cattle Roping Demonstration
The annual Youth Ag Day is a collaborative effort of the Solano County Fair and agricultural related businesses, organizations, farmers, ranchers and other individuals to encourage Solano County third graders to experience agriculture first-hand.
This fun and educational event is free to all third grade classes in Solano County and features a wide variety of rotational learning stations and displays.
Activities are designed to give children the opportunity to learn about food and fiber production from new perspectives, with a particular emphasis on the agricultural wealth of Solano County. Children participate in hands-on displays and educational presentations
as well as an optional pre-event classroom project to enhance the
field trip learning experience.
Black Cat Llamas of Vacaville
2017 marks the 15th annual Youth Ag Day, an event that would not be possible without a dedicated core of volunteers, presenters from all facets of agriculture, and many generous individual and group sponsors who provide needed funds to subsidize bus transportation for students.
Fire Safety Information from the
US Forest Service
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Planting Corn Seeds to Grow for the
Annual Solano County Fair
Honey Bees Pollinate our Crops
to Help Them Grow
Just a Few of the 3,000+ Third Graders
at Youth Ag Day 2016
Learning About Horses and
The Bohart Museum from UC Davis
Shares Live Insects & Displays
Sheep Herding is Always
Exciting to Watch!