Cub Scout Archives: Bear Elective 16 - Farm Animals

You can learn more about farm animals even if you don’t live on a farm or a ranch. If you do, it is easier, but if not, you can find pictures of different farm animals in magazines or on the internet and learn how they are used. You can read a book about farm animals. Then when you go for a ride in the country, you will know what kinds of cattle, horses, pigs, and sheep you see.

Bear Elective 16 Requirements

  1. Take care of a farm animal. Decide with your parent the things you will do and how long you will do them.
  2. Name and describe six kinds of farm animals and tell their common uses.
  3. Read a book about farm animals and tell your den about it.
  4. With your family or den, visit a livestock exhibit at a county or state fair.

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