Agricultural WebQuests

Welcome to your source for Agricultural WebQuests! Missouri Farm Bureau has long been a leader in the national Agriculture in the Classroom program. Missouri Farm Bureau and Missouri State University have cooperated in their educational efforts for many years. 

Agricultural WebQuests are teacher developed on-line lessons that align with state learning standards and grade level expectations while enhancing agricultural literacy. Funding was provide by special USDA grants thanks to Missouri Senator Christopher (Kit) Bond. Co-project directors Diane Olson, Missouri Farm Bureau, Dr. Lyndon Irwin, Missouri State University and the late Barbara J. Irwin, classroom teacher, provided leadership to the program.

Questions should be addressed to Diane Olson, Missouri Farm Bureau. 


To present agriculturally accurate WebQuests for classrooms K-12.
    Click on the links in the table below to view our WebQuests.  Each has been produced by an experienced teacher who has participated in Missouri's Ag in the Classroom efforts. 

(Sorted according to approximate grade level) 

Grades K - 2 Grades 3 - 5 Grades 6 - 8 Grades 8 -12
Baa Baa Black Sheep Grasshopper Plagues Milk Meat Goats
Plant Salad Bar Wool Soybeans Insects
Egg to Chick Corn Wheat Breadbasket Fish Farming
Vegetables Peanuts Weather Disasters Forestry
My Plate Safe Milk Food Chains Agricultural Careers
Milk and You Land of Big Apple Dig into Dairy Urban Sprawl
Pumpkins I Weather and Agriculture Eating Throughout the Year Agricultural Terrorism
Pumpkins II Black History Month Blizzard Cow Eyes
Honeybees Predators My Plate Photosynthesis
  Egg to Chick Bird Flu Soils
  Ice Cream Timber and Logging Animal Issues
  Dust Bowl   Controlling Pests
  Prairies   For Your Protection
  3 Little Pigs   Perception of Risk
  Save Our Soil   Issues & Answers-Pesticide
  Great Turkey Walk    
  Pizza Pizza    
  Smart Shoppers    


Check out these agricultural video clips.

Click here to visit a series of web pages that deal with Agricultural Security to help prevent terrorism.

Check out these web-based lessons for the English Language Learner.