Clinton elementary school students will be attending Ag Day at the DeWitt County Museum, which is put on by the DeWitt County Farm Bureau.
According to Director of the Museum, Joey Woolridge, the day is designed to give area youth an idea of how agriculture equipment has changed over the decades.
The ag equipment from the Homestead barns and the Museum are all things that are on display during Apple and Pork Festival in the fall. Woolridge indicates they appreciate all their partners and volunteers that help make the event a success for the youth.
The various implement dealers will bring equipment out for the kids to explore as well as area farmers.
The event brings out all the fourth grade students in the school district.