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Joy Widerman, JoBo Holstein Farm, is seen here virtually teaching students about life on a dairy farm via a Virtual Farm Tour.

Students have the opportunity to visit a dairy farm without ever leaving their home or school when American Dairy Association North East teams up with three farms in Pennsylvania and New York to offer free virtual farm tours, according to a release from Christina Crews, public relations specialist for the American Dairy Association North East.

JoBo Holstein Farm in Gettysburg held a live virtual tour on Nov. 12 for students in grades seventh through 12th grades. The tour can be seen by visiting https://www.americandairy.com/dairy-in-schools/virtual-farm-tour.stml, according to the release.

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