Ag Club brings fur and feathers to quad

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Students enjoyed a beautiful Wednesday on the quad enjoying the annual Ag Club Petting Zoo. Katahdin sheep, shorthorn cattle, and royal palm turkeys were among the four-legged and feathered animals on display. Visitors were encouraged to touch and interact with the non-human participants, many of which are important to Missouri agriculture.

Students enjoying the Ag Club petting zoo on the LU quad. April 10, 2019. (Drone photo by Shawna Scott)
Roy Shurn, an LU sociology major, looks at a Katahdin sheep during the Ag Club petting zoo held April 10, 2019 on the quad. (Photo by Amani Grant-Pate)
Kim Wilbers, a junior ag/animal science major, with royal palm turkeys on display at the Ag Club petting zoo on the quad. April 10, 2019. (Photo by Amani Grant-Pate)
Daniele Ochoa, a sophomore political science major, with a shorthorn calf at the Ag Club petting zoo held Wednesday on the quad. (Photo by Amani Grant-Pate).
Drone aerial of the Ag Club’s petting zoo on the LU quad. April 10, 2019. (Clarion News photo)

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