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Countrygirlchristinabur Posted - Nov 01 2017 : 11:00:59 AM
I have a mini farm as I like to call it. I have a 9 month old lamb, chickens, roosters and ducks. I also have a 13 year old daughter and a 9 year old son. They are caught up up in gadgets and electronics. I want them to see what the simple life can bring. But I don't know the age requirements for young cultivators programs and farmerette program. I also don't know if my son could take part.
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notathreatinsight Posted - Nov 01 2017 : 12:18:02 PM
Christina, here's a link to the young cultivators program.

It's for boys and girls age 6-13. I hope that helps.

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