Farmer of tomorrow

Cultivating the Farmer of Tomorrow

Mid-Iowa Cooperative continues to be a leader in helping to develop the Farmer of Tomorrow. We have added a Farmer of Tomorrow page where the kids can access and learn about their county or the other counites that Mid-Iowa has grain and feed locations. We have down-loadable coloring pages and two down-loadable pages where you can draw in your own semi-tractor or semi-trailer.

We will also feature a Farmer of Tomorrow on our Facebook page. If you click on the link below, you can help your little farmer answer questions and we will display the write-up on our Facebook page. If you would share a photo of your son or daughter doing something, they love to do on the farm to add to the write-up, that would be wonderful.  
 

Farmer of Tomorrow Interview

LOCAL INFORMATION

There's a lot going on in your area! Click on a county below to find out what is going on at the local and state fair from your local 4-H chapter.

Please check county information for cancellations this year. 

 
Black Hawk County
Buchanan County
Butler County
Grundy County
Marshall County
Tama County
Iowa State Fair
4H Iowa - Logo

Little Farmer Activities

We have some fun kid activities! Download each of the photos for coloring,
help finish the Mid-Iowa feed grain truck by filling in the semi or the trailer, or
complete the word search!

Click on the activity below to download printable version

Kids Coloring Activities – Cow Picture           
Kids Coloring Activities – Horse Picture
Kids Coloring Activities – Pig Picture
Kids Coloring Activities – Sheep Picture
Kids Coloring Activities – Barn Yard
Kids Coloring Activities – Peterbuilt Loading Grain
Kids Coloring Activities – Freightliner Semi
Kids Coloring Activities – Feed Trailer
Kids Coloring Activities – Semi Trailer
Kids Activities – Word Search

County Facts

Mid-Iowa has thirteen locations across six of Iowa's ninety-nine counties. If you click on the map of Iowa you can learn some interesting facts about your county!
Iowa's Ninety-Nine Counties