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We are also developing a range of recipes new to Food - a fact of life that are designed to enable students to develop, acquire and secure practical food skills through using recipes that are suitable and practical for schools and their budgets, promote healthier eating, reflect more global cuisine, and encourage dialogue around culture and inclusivity. To find out more, click here.
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Farmers in the UK produce a wide range of food these posters show life on the farm – how animals are reared and cared for, and how crops are grown and harvested. The six posters explore different farming sectors – dairy, beef, sheep, potatoes, cereals and pigs. Find out more about where your food comes from by downloading your copies for the classroom.
A poster about the dairy farm and farmer.
A poster about the beef cattle farm and farmer.
A poster about the sheep farm and farmer.
A poster about the pig farm and farmer.
A poster about the cereal farm and farmer.
A poster about the potato farm and farmer.
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