Promotion & Education Resource Catalog & Order Form

Promotion & Education Resource Catalog

Looking for resources to assist in sharing the message of agriculture? Take a look at the variety of resource items available for purchase to use in local efforts. These can enhance outreach to students and consumers.

CategoryItem NumberItem NamePriceItem Description
Ag MagsW-168Beef Ag Mag (Pkg. 30)6.00Ag Mags are an agriculture tabloid-style magazine filled with short newspaper articles, puzzles, games, fun facts, trivia and career section for students grades 3-5. Fantastic agricultural tool to implement in the classroom.
Ag MagsW-177Beef Ag Mag Teacher's Guide3.25A 25-page teacher's guide with supplemental materials for the Beef Ag Mag. The guide contains three units of instruction titled "Nutrition and Food Safety", "Cattle Production and The Environment" and "Economic Importance of Beef"
Ag MagsW-225Corn Ag Mag (Pkg. 30)6.00Ag Mags are an agriculture tabloid-style magazine filled with short newspaper articles, puzzles, games, fun facts, trivia and career section for students grades 3-5. Fantastic agricultural tool to implement in the classroom.
Ag MagsW-226Apple Ag Mag (Pkg. 30)6.00Ag Mags are an agriculture tabloid-style magazine filled with short newspaper articles, puzzles, games, fun facts, trivia and career section for students grades 3-5. Fantastic agricultural tool to implement in the classroom.
Ag MagsW-227Soybean Ag Mag (Pkg. 30)6.00Ag Mags are an agriculture tabloid-style magazine filled with short newspaper articles, puzzles, games, fun facts, trivia and career section for students grades 3-5. Fantastic agricultural tool to implement in the classroom.
Ag MagsW-238Sheep Ag Mag (Pkg. 30)6.00Ag Mags are an agriculture tabloid-style magazine filled with short newspaper articles, puzzles, games, fun facts, trivia and career section for students grades 3-5. Fantastic agricultural tool to implement in the classroom.
Ag MagsW-164Biotechnology (Pkg. 30)4.00Ag Mags are an agriculture tabloid-style magazine filled with short newspaper articles, puzzles, games, fun facts, trivia and career section for students grades 3-5. Fantastic agricultural tool to implement in the classroom.
Ag MagsW-239Dairy Ag Mag (Pkg. 30)6.25Ag Mags are an agriculture tabloid-style magazine filled with short newspaper articles, puzzles, games, fun facts, trivia and career section for students grades 3-5. Fantastic agricultural tool to implement in the classroom.
Ag MagsW-153Pizza Ag Mag (Pkg. 30)6.25Ag Mags are an agriculture tabloid-style magazine filled with short newspaper articles, puzzles, games, fun facts, trivia and career section for students grades 3-5. Fantastic agricultural tool to implement in the classroom.
Ag MagsW-267Cotton Ag Mag6.50Help students discover all about cotton! Sections include: •History of Cotton •Cotton Facts •Cotton vs Wool •From Seed to Shirt •Career Corner •Activity suggestions Suitable for 3-5th grade curriculum
Ag MagsW-155Career Ag Mag (Pkg. 30)6.00Ag Mags are an agriculture tabloid-style magazine filled with short newspaper articles, puzzles, games, fun facts, trivia and career section for students grades 3-5. Fantastic agricultural tool to implement in the classroom.
Ag MagsW-250Bee Ag Mags6.50Ag Mags are an agriculture tabloid-style magazine filled with short newspaper articles, puzzles, games, fun facts, trivia and career section for students grades 3-5. Fantastic agricultural tool to implement in the classroom.
Ag MagsW-272Ag Innovations6.5030 per set
BookW-252The Cow in Patrick O'Shanahan's Kitchen (hard cover)10.00Patrick O'Shanahan never even wondered where his breakfast came from. Until one morning, when he found a COW in the kitchen! Explore how food gets to your plate as Patrick's efforts to help his father make their World Famous French Toast becomes an unexpected - and funny - adventure. Ages 4-8
BooksW-121From Peanuts to Peanut Butter by Melvin Berger6.00Uses giant sized photos and simple text to give students a close-up look at teh process that gives us peanut butter. PreK-W
BooksW-218The Man Who Fed The World by Leon F. Hesser20.50A biography of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Norman Borlaug and his battle to end World hunger. A man dedicated to agriculture whose efforts saved hundreds of millions of people from starvation. His lifes works are recorded in this hardback edition. Teachers Guide included. Reading level - High School - Adults
BooksW-123You Are What You Eat by Melvin Berger6.00Expands children's understanding of good food and well-balanced diet. Large photographs help teach about food and how it helps the body function. PreK-2
BooksW-124Busy As A Bee by Melvin Berger6.00Colorful, close-up photography helps children learn the important role bee's play and how they make honey. It also provides insight into their social system. PreK-2
BooksW-125An Apple A Day by Melvin Berger6.00Through the vivid photographs and easy-to-read text children will learn the growth and procession of apples as well as their importance and versatility. PreK-2
BooksW-126Growing Pumpkins by Melvin Berger6.00The colorful photographs and simple text takes them to a farm to learn the cycle of a pumpkin field from planting to harvest. PreK-2
BooksW-127The Vegetable Garden by Melvin Berger6.00Selecting the seed, preparing the soil, caring for the plants and harvesting them are all included in this illustrated text. PreK-2
BooksW-137A Tractor Goes Farmering by Roy Harrington6.50Climb aboard a red, green, blue, or silver tractor and learn how tractors are used on today's farms. Short, simple sentences can be easily read by most children. Grades 1-3
BooksW-196A Seed In Need by Sam Goodwin10.50A first look at the plant cycle has never been so fun. In this book a colorful parade of inquisitive insects follow the progress of a sunflower seed in this first look at the life cycle of a sunflower. This book would be a great accompaniment for a lesson on planting seeds. Teacher Guide is available for this book. PreK-K (AR Book, Book Level 2.6, Interest Level K-3, .5 Point, Nonfiction)
BooksW-198Farmers Market4.50Rise and Shine it is Market Day! This book was developed with fresh vegetables and fruites in mind! The story recounts a family trip to the farmers market through the eyes of a small girl. The setting is southwestern as is the scenery. (Instructor guide available)
BooksW-214A-Z Book Series for PreK-K - Soybeans7.00A-Z Book Series for PreK-K written by Susan Anderson & JoAnne Buggey help young readers connect to agriculture as they explore each commodity. A-to-Z books use a child’s developing alphabet and reading skills to teach new vocabulary conveying the basics of agricultural literacy through commodity specific books. Vocabulary words are used in a simple sentence to reinforce their meaning, and the words are illustrated by photos that take children to places they have never been to before. On each page, AGRI, the tractor, adds an intriguing face about the word. At the end of each A-to-Z book an activities section suggests fun things to do that will enhance the learning process.
BooksW-213In the Story of Agriculture Books - Soybeans7.00In the Story of Agriculture Book series (paperback) by Susan Anderson and JoAnne Buggey are helping children learn about various commodities through their series of commodity specific books.
BooksW-235In the Story of Agriculture Book - Beef Cattle7.00In the Story of Agriculture Book series (paperback) by Susan Anderson and JoAnne Buggey are helping children learn about various commodities through their series of commodity specific books. (There is an educator guide for this book.)
BooksW-242The Wheat Doll by Allison Randall11.00Beautiful book detailing a nineteenth-century Utah girl whose doll (made from wheat) is lost in a fierce storm. Frantically looking for her best friend, a wonderful surprise comes the following spring when she discovers a green patch of wheat growing in teh shape of her beloved doll. She tends the plants and harvests them to make a new doll. (AR Book, Book level: 3.9, Interest Level K-3, .5 Point, Fiction)
BooksW-215Clarabelle: Making Milk and So Much More by Cris Peterson5.00Clarabelle- An enormous Holstein dairy cow, has just given birth to a calf, which means that her body is now producing milk. Lots of milk. On the Norswiss family dairy farm, Clarabelle is milked three times a day, with each session yielding about five gallons of milk. The dairy farm, with about twelve hundred cows on teh property, has a large milking center loaded with modern technology. Feeding the cows also involves high-tech features, including a feed mixture that is specially formulated by a nutritionist and communicated via computer to the feed mixer truck. Also on the premises, the cow manure goes through a type of recycling process that produces methane for electricity and leftover solids for bedding in the cow stalls. Age 9-11 (AR Book, Book Level 5.7, Interest Level K-3, .5 Point, Nonfiction
BooksW-216Farmer George Plants a Nation by Peggy Thomas8.00A hardback picture book for older readers which celebrates George Washington's rol as lifelong farmer. He planted trees, bred mules, designed a barn, switched from growing tobacco to wheat, and experimented with all kinds of field crops, mixing fertilizers and compost to grow shrubs adn vegetables. With quotes from Washington's diary and letters, the hands-on account of the great leaders who was also a pioneer farmer will inspire young gardneres. Ages 9-12 (AR Book, Book level 6.2, Interest level K-3, .5 points, Nonfiction)
BooksW-66Missouri Agriculture A-Z Coloring Book0.50This coloring book depicts the diversity of Missouri's agriculture. Each letter of the alphabet is accompanied by a word, short description and picture for coloring
BooksW-269John Deere, Tha'ts Who (Hard cover book)10.00Back in the 1830s, who was a young blacksmith from Vermont, about to make his mark on American history? John Deere, that’s who! Who moved to Illinois, where farmers were struggling to plow through the thick, rich soil they called gumbo? Who tinkered and tweaked and tested until he invented a steel plow that sliced into the prairie easy as you please? Long before the first tractor, who changed farming forever? John Deere, that’s who! Beautiful illustrations―including spectacular landscapes―reflect the time period and bring John Deere's remarkable story to life.
BooksW-122Pasta Please by Melvin Berger6.00From the wheat plant growing in the field to the milling process to the pasta-making factory, children will learn about this nutritous food. PreK-2
BooksW-268How Did That Get In My Lunchbox6.00One of the best parts of a young child’s day is opening a lunchbox and diving in. But how did that delicious food get there? From planting wheat to mixing dough, climbing trees to machine-squeezing fruit, picking cocoa pods to stirring a vat of melted bliss, here is a clear, engaging look at the steps involved in producing some common foods. Health tips and a peek at basic food groups complete the menu.
BooksW-266Where Did My Clothes Come From6.50Did you know that the cotton for your jeans was picked from a bush? How did the colorful wool in your sweater get from a sheep's back to a ball of yarn? Where did your soccer uniform, your rain boots, and your fleece jacket come from? And what does recycling plastic bottles have to do with anything? Visit farms, forests, and factories all over the world to find out how everything you wear has a story behind it. Back matter includes an author's note, an illustrator's note, a bibliography, and an index.
BooksW-243Water (paperback)8.00Encourages children to think differently about water. It is the resource we cannot live without but take for granted.
BooksW-217Seed, Soil and Sun by Cris Peterson8.00This hardback book brings clarity to the subject of agriculture, celebrating the cycle of growth, harvest, and renewal. Using the corn plant as an example, the reader learns about germination and growth of the tiny seed into a giant plant. Soil composition and the amazing creatures living there are included. (There is an Educator guide for this book and a poster) (AR Book, Book level 5.0, Interest level K-3, .5 Point, Nonfiction
BooksW-119Facts Not Fears (paperback book)10.00Facts, Not Fear is a guidebook countering the irresponsible claims of environmental extremists, giving a more balanced view of the many environmental issues encountered today. In simple, non-technical language, authors Michael Sanera and Jane Shaw explain the myths and facts concerning many major environmental topics, and show you how to set the record straight. Each of the 20 topical chapters was reviewed by acknowledged experts, and include answers to questions about the environment commonly asked by children and suggestions for easy-to-do activities.
BooksW-108Extra Cheese, Please! by Cris Peterson6.50Mozzarella's journey from cown to pizza. Milk is traced from the dairy to the factory to the top of the pizza. Photographs bring the story to life for students. Grades 1-3. (AR Book, Book Level 4.4, Interest Level K-3, .5 Point, Fiction)
BooksW-109Growing Vegetable Soup by Louis Ehlert10.00In pictures as bright as sunshine, a father and child share the simply joy of planting, watering & watching seeds grow in the family garden. Then the vegetables are used for the best vegetable soup eve. Preschool - Grade 1. (AR BOOK, Book Level 2.0, Interest Level K-3. .5 Point, Fiction
BooksW-256First Peas To The Table8.00Have you ever planted a garden? In this delightful story, the children in Ms. Garcia's class plant a garden that is inspired by Thomas Jefferson's garden at Monticello. What could be better than following in Jefferson's footsteps and becoming a green thumb in the process? Maya and her best friend, Shakayla, are excited about the contest to "bring the first peas to the table." When the great pea race begins, both girls are determined to win. Maya studies a nickel with Jefferson's picture on the front and thinks it will bring her good luck. But soon the children discover that growing a garden involves diligence, care, and a bit of luck. Maya cannot wait for her peas to grow, but the garden requires patience. But Shakayla has a natural green thumb, and she wins the contest to the delight of her classmates. By the end of this story, Maya realizes that some things are worth waiting for, including peas. Grades 1-3
BooksW-255In The Garden With Dr. Carver8.00Sally is a young girl living in rural Alabama in the early 1900s, a time when people were struggling to grow food in soil that had been depleted by years of cotton production. One day, Dr. George Washington Carver shows up to help the grownups with their farms and the children with their school garden. Grades K-3.
BooksW-120Make Mine Ice Cream by Melvin Berger6.00Children love ice cream. This real life story illustrates the process of making ice cream using photographs from an actual processing plant. PreK-2
BooksW-251Thomas Jefferson Grows A Nation10.00Thomas Jefferson was more than a president and patriot. He was also a planter and gardener who loved to watch things grow—everything from plants and crops to even his brand-new nation. As minister to France, Jefferson promoted all things American, sharing corn and pecans with his Parisian neighbors. As secretary of state, he encouraged his fellow farmers to grow olives, rice and maple trees. As president, he doubled the size of the nation with the Louisiana Purchase. Even in his retirement, Jefferson continued to nurture the nation, laying the groundwork for the University of Virginia. In this meticulously researched picture book for older readers, author Peggy Thomas uncovers Jefferson’s passion for agriculture and his country. And Stacy Innerst’s incredibly original illustrations offer the right balance of reverence and whimsy. This is Thomas Jefferson as he’s never been seen before! Back matter includes an author’s note on Jefferson’s legacy today; timeline, bibliography; place to visit (Monticello); and source notes. (AR Book, Book Level 6.4, Interest Level Ages 9-12, .5 points)
BooksW-249Tops & Bottoms10.00Hare solves his family’s problems by tricking rich and lazy Bear in this funny, energetic version of an old slave story. With roots in American slave tales, Tops & Bottoms celebrates the trickster tradition of using one’s wits to overcome hardship. This title has been selected as a Common Core Text Exemplar (Grades 2-3, Stories)
BooksW-232Who Grew My Soup by Tom Darybshire4.00This paperback books tells the story of a young man who questions the ingredients in his vegetable soup. An entertaining and educational 32-page book takes the boy in a flying balloon to visit the farms that grow the ingredients for his soup. Grades 2-4
BooksW-270Applesauce Day8.00
BooksW-271Food and Farm Facts Junior2.50
CitizenshipW-56You and Your Flag0.765 1/2" x 8" 15-page booklet contains information regarding history, symbolism, care and replacement of America's national emblem.
CitizenshipW-54Pledge Allegiance0.203" x 6" booklet recites the pledge with information defining each phrase.
DVDS/Teachers GuidesW-165Bringing Biotechnology to Life3.00Teachers Guide
Educator KitsW-142Agriculture and the Environment3.00This guidebook provides background information for teachers grades 6-9 to incorporate environmental issues into the curriculum. Chapters include food safety, pesticides & integrated pest management; water quality; wetlands, and endangered species.
Educator KitsW-163Cottons Journey33.50Comprehensive kit includes 52-page curriculum guide, cotton bolls, sample of cotton products, seeds, colorful posters, student booklet and 23-minute video on cotton productions. Grades 1-3; 4-6; and 7-8
Farm FactsW-85Ag Fact Bookmark (bundle of 100)6.00Concise Ag messages about Missouri agriculture on the 2 1/2 x 6 1/2 card. (color)
Farm FactsW-261Farm Facts Placemats15.00100 per package
Farm FactsW-112Food and Farm Facts Activity Cards6.50Grades 7-12. Higher grade level version of above item
Farm FactsW-82Food and Farm Facts3.00NEW colorful 32-page booklet w/map poster features interesting and educational facts about agriculture. Color photographs and USA Today-style graphics illustrate many fascinating facets of today's agriculture
Farm FactsW-192Farm Facts Pocket Guide (100 per pkg.)11.50Mini-version of the Farm Facts booklet small enough to fit in a shirt or pants pocket yet features key information, graphics and color illustrations.
Farm SafetyW-78Farm Safety Kit10.75Contains 1 SMV replacement set plus 8 retro-reflective strips (2" x 9") to define extremities from farm equipment. Conforms to ASAE Standard 276.4
Farm SafetyW-110Working Safely On the Farm and Ranch0.32"Realstyle" brochure containing 15 pages of farm safety information
MiscellaneousW-169Farm Scene Large Puzzle9.002'x3' Jumbo 24 piece puzzle depicting a farm scene with a barn, tractor, poultry, swine, dairy, horses and sheep
MiscellaneousW-210Zip-Bin Play Set/Tote8.00Colorful, durable, wipe clean surface replicates a farm setting. It zips into a tote bag (13"x11"x8") with carrying straps and unzips into a farm scene mat of 24.5x24.5 inches. The lid is used as a farm pond. Two farm animals included in set. Great for young children and for gifts.
MiscellaneousW-202Address Early Misconception "Do-it-yourself" version11.50•Kit includes CD-Rom with pictures and signage •Addresses: Who makes chocolate milk? The difference between a bull and a cow. The Image of the farmer or rancher. Today’s tools of a farmer or rancher. What makes an egg
MiscellaneousW-248Start The Conversation: Let's Talk About Animal Agriculture cards2.50Modeled after quick reference subject area cards found in bookstores, the single-page, front and back laminated cards feature questions, answers and suggested strategies for meaningful discussions.
MiscellaneousW-183Misconceptions About Agriculture10.00Instruction Kit
MiscellaneousW-203Bringing Biotechnology to Life15.50DVD
MiscellaneousW-144Faces of Agriculture (Packet)2.25packet set
MiscellaneousW-162Agriculture in the Classroom Tote Bag6.00Black canvas bag embossed with an apple logo and Missouri Agriculture in the Classroom, Missouri Farm Bureau. Dual straps and organizer pockets make it a great gift for teachers.
PosterW-150Thank A Farmer Environmental poster1.00Environmental poster
PosterW-263Farm Animal Families1.00Poster
PosterW-258Advocating for Agriculture0.75Reminds viewers of the importance of vetting information in an effort to accurately represent agriculture.
PosterW-246Agriculture Surrounds Our Daily Lives1.00Poster
PosterW-241My Plate is Missouri Grown1.00This poster illustrates each food group and ties it to Missouri agriculture. QR codes allow viewers to connect to videos and resources for each food group.
PosterW-240Missouri Agriculture Commodity Map1.00This poster displays two top producing commodities from each county
PosterW-231Agriculture Smart Phone App Poster1.00Capturing the attention with a smartphone, each tile depicts some product from agriculture
PosterW-257Back to School with Agriculture0.75Captures items that are commonly found in a backpack and draws the connection to agriculture.
PosterW-228Seed, Soil, Sun Poster (to accompany the Seed, Soil, Sun book)2.75EAT with full color pictures and proper names and descriptions and classifications of vegetables. Great resource for the 1st-3rd grade classroom visit or thematic unit related to agriculture and nutrition.
PosterW-259Seasons of Agriculture0.75Portrays the seasons on the farm as a visual to remind others that farming is a 365 day job.
PosterW-264Pollinator1.00Poster
Promotional ItemsW-260Cutting Board2.50Red cutting board with white imprint
Promotional ItemsW-189Pizza Cutter2.25Easy to hold, easy to clean pizza cutter with FB logo and website. To rack dishwasher safe. Great give-away!
Promotional ItemsW-204Paring Knife5.00This handy paring knife is the perfect size for cutting fruits and vegetables. From the popular "Rada" cutlery line, it features a 3 1/4" blade with an overall length of 6 3/4". The Farm Bureau logo and website are etched into the blade. Packaged in a clear plastic tube for ease of handling.
Promotional ItemsW-262Serrated Pie Server7.50Serrated pie server with the Farm Bureau logo and website are etched into the blade.
Promotional ItemsW-253Large Paring Knife5.00From the popular "Rada" cutlery line, it features a 4 7/8” blade and overall 8 ¾”. The Farm Bureau logo and website are etched into the blade.
Promotional ItemsW-247Bread Knife6.50Bread Knife
Promotional ItemsW-184Thank A Farmer Tattoos10.00200 per bundle
Promotional ItemsW-220Tomato Knife-Cut5.50Perfect tomato slices every time with this 'Rada' cutlery. The 5' high carbon stainless steel blade is manufactured with dual serrations for a straight, even cut.
Teacher GuidesW-229Seed, Soil and Sun Educator's Guide (to accompany the Seed, Soil and Sun book)6.00Subject matter focused, agriculturally themed-national learning standards aligned lessons and activities which use the book SEED SOIL SUN to teach reading, math, science, social studies, health and nutrition to the 1st-3rd grade classroom
Teacher GuidesW-199Teachers Guide to accompany A Seed in Need and I Drive a Tractor2.50This 12-page instructor guide has been developed a pre-school and Kindergarten audiences. The seed activity is the garden-in-a-glove activity, a hands-on seed planting activity. The tractor activity is a physical exercise activity designed to get children moving and engaged in a farmer's daily animal feeding routine.
Thank A FarmerW-233"Thank A Farmer" Placemat (100 per package)10.00These graphic placemats allow diners to connect with agriculture through the printed message.
Thank A FarmerW-211Table Tents0.303 sided table tent
Thank A FarmerW-146Thank A Farmers Stickers8.00Roll of 250 stickers
Thank A FarmerW-157Thank A Farmer Post It Notes0.30A 3"x3" pad with 25-self sticking notes carrying the Thank A Farmer Logo shaded in the background.
Thank A FarmerW-147Thank A Farmer Poster1.00Depicts 'Thank A Farmer for Food, clothing, shelter, transportation and much more'
Thank A FarmerW-181Your Cheeseburger Grew Up On A Farm poster1.00This poster displays a cheeseburger and teh agricultural ingredients it contains. Perfect for showcasing agriculture commodities. Great for Ag in the Classroom
Thank A FarmerW-230Thank A Farmer Apron9.50BBQ style Apple Green apron, across the bibs reads... Enjoy you Meal... Thank A Farmer along with the Farm Bureau logo (65/35 polyester/cotton)
Thank A FarmerW-180Thank A Farmer For Pizza poster1.00 Connects pizza ingredients to agriculture and shows the importance of agriculture in our food supply. Great for displaying at presentations, fairs, and other Ag in the Classroom events.
Thank A FarmerW-171Thank A Farmer Static Cling0.50Colorful 6"long oval carrying the Thank A Farmer logo. It adheres to glass without adhesive and is a unique reminder of the importance of the American producer
Thank A FarmerW-219Reusable Grocery Tote2.50This green colored 100% non-woven, soft textured polypropylene (tear resistant and water repellent) (13" x 15" x 10" with 22" handles) is imprinted on both sides with FB logo and Thank A Farmer. Great for grocery shopping, beach, toys... you name it.

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