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Star the cow moves to a new ranch

Rebecca, Sheridan and Rianna Chaney are proud to announce the fifth book in the “The Chaney Twins’ Ag Series.” This book, “Our Star Goes West,” follows the girls’ beloved Star cow from their farm in Maryland to their new home on a 3,500-acre ranch in south central Nebraska.

The book introduces new experiences for the girls like branding day, roping, watering cattle being fed on cornstalks, swimming in the huge cattle watering tanks, showing, livestock judging, gathering cattle and how ranchers and cattle help the environment and wildlife.

All five books in the series are 32 pages and are full of captivating and fun color photographs by professional photographer and the books’ co-creator Kelly Hahn Johnson of Sharpsburg, Md. The easy-to-read text geared toward preschool and elementary-aged children has been selected by numerous Farm Bureau groups, Ag in the Classroom programs and county and state cattle women’s organizations across the country as their “Accurate Ag Book.”

The first four books and lesson plans are on the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Resource Directory for Agriculture in the Classroom in addition to the American Farm Bureau Literacy list. Lessons plans are available in free downloadable form at www.pabeef.org. Books are $12 each, or discounted to $50 for the five-book “Bundle” special, plus shipping. Special discounts are available for larger box orders for ag groups.

For more information or to place an order, go to www.rebeccalongchaney.com or call 308-785-8064. You can also contact Rebecca at chaneyswalkabout@aol.com.

Date: 12/23/2013



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