MADISON (WKOW) -- UW-Madison students got the chance to learn more about agriculture Wednesday at the fourth annual Ag Day on Campus.
Members of the Collegiate Farm Bureau gave students an opportunity to meet the farmers that help produce the nation's food.
Organizers say it's all about getting students excited about agriculture.
"We get up everyday and we grab breakfast, or throw on a cotton shirt, and we don't think too much where those products came from," Taylor Fritsch, the president of the Collegiate Farm Bureau, said. "We're hoping today, it just takes sometime to raise awareness about agriculture."
The Collegiate Farm Bureau handed out food samples using products from Wisconsin, like milk and cheese.
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