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OHIO FARM BUREAU NAMES CHILDREN'S LITERATURE WINNER.

The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation has announced that Hooray for Dairy Farming! by Bobbie Kalman is the winner of its 2001 Award for Children's Literature. Criteria for the award include stipulations that the book must have an agricultural theme and have been published during the preceding five-year period.

Hooray for Dairy Farming! offers a look at the day-to-day world of a modern dairy farm, showing how milk is produced, processed and distributed. The history of dairy farming, machinery used to milk cows and even a recipe for a banana milkshake are included.
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Date:Jun 1, 2001
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