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Now that’s a cow lick

Dominion Post photo by Ron Rittenhouse Annie Dupree moves back as a cow offers her a free lick Tuesday, at WVU Farm’s Kiddie Day.
Dominion Post photo by Ron Rittenhouse
Annie Dupree moves back as a cow offers her a free lick Tuesday, at WVU Farm’s Kiddie Day.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Area tykes had the chance to get hands-on fun at the WVU Farm on Tuesday, April 22, as part of the annual Kiddie Days.

Ethan Raines, 5, visited with his class from the Jungle Junction in Shinnston. He saw cows, sheep, ducks and other animals.

Kiddie Days is an annual activity at the farm where students can visit and learn about animals. The event runs through Friday, April 25. Tours start at 9 a.m. and the last one is at 3 p.m. Individuals or small groups do not need to make reservations and admission is $2 a person. Groups of 10 or more are asked to schedule a tour by calling 304-293-2631.

The WVU Farm is on Stewartstown Road…

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