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Fall into the New School Year

August 25, 2022

Fall into the New School Year

It’s that time of year! Fall is almost here. That means summer helpers are headed back to school for the year. Read on for some of recommendations for a smooth transition into the new school year.


Farming goes beyond producing food.

Everyday products needed for the back to school season also have their origins from farms. Here are a few notable products we can thank farming for:

One acre of soybeans can create more than 82,000 crayons

Crayons – Did you know crayons are made from soybeans? One acre of soybeans can create more than 82,000 crayons!

One cowhide can make 20 footballs

Footballs – Fall wouldn’t be complete without footballs to play the most popular sport in America. Footballs are made using the leather from a cowhide, not from “pig skin” as one commonly hears. One cowhide can make 20 footballs!

A single bale of cotton can make 215 pairs of jeans

Jeans – One popular item that is on kids back to school shopping list is a new pair of jeans. Jeans today are made from cotton. A single bale of cotton can make 215 pairs of jeans.


Looking for recipes for the back to school season?

Check out these recipes:

No-Bake Granola Bars Recipe

Breakfast: No Bake Granola Bars from Southern Living

As the school year begins, meal prepping for breakfast can be a big time saver! Try these no bake granola bars for an easy, breakfast or snack that you can throw in a backpack for school.

Chicken Salad With Grapes and Pecans

Lunch: Chicken Salad with Grapes and Pecans from Southern Living

Looking for a classic lunch with a little bit of flair? Try adding grapes and pecans to your chicken salad like in this recipe!

Classic Chicken Pot Pie

Dinner: Classic Chicken Pot Pie from Better Homes & Gardens

This hearty and filling chicken pot pie is great for brisk fall nights and harvest dinner deliveries.


Fall activities to look forward to:

#1 Fall Bonfires

Fall is the perfect time to sit around a fire with friends and family.

#2 Apple Picking and Pumpkin Rides

Find a local orchard and plan a trip. These are great activities to do with kids to keep them active.

#3 Harvest

Who could forget Harvest season? This time of year is much anticipated and busy. Make sure to take time to slow down when you can this season.

#4 Fall Baking

Use in season fruits and vegetables, like apples, pumpkins, and squash. Who doesn’t love hearty fall comfort flavors?

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