Hundreds of middle school students took to the field Thursday to learn about careers in agriculture.

A line of school buses, made its way through the 20-acre barn at Kinnard Farms near Casco.

Owner Lee Kinnard says this 7,200 dairy cow complex is state-of-the-art.

“Technology is the great equalizer that allows farms to be very much like any other career out there,” said Lee Kinnard, Kinnard Farms Co-Owner.

From drones to genetics, to computerized security, Ag-Career Day 2018 is designed to attract seventh, eighth and ninth grade school students to fill jobs in the industry.

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