PHOTOS: Okaw Valley High School agriculture program Aug 16, 2019 Aug 16, 2019 0 bunfill_grace-06-81719.JPG Agriculture teacher Wes Wise, center, helps Grace Bunfill, Mia Harris, and Dalton McGill with surveying the alfalfa fields for budding flowers at Okaw Valley High School's agriculture complex. JEFF SMUDDE, HERALD & REVIEW harris_mia-01-81719.JPG Sophomore Mia Harris pulls one of the cows into the chute to lure out one of the calves for vaccination on Friday in Okay Valley High School's agriculture complex. More photos at Herald & Review.com JEFF SMUDDE, HERALD & REVIEW harris_mia-02-81719.JPG Sophomore Mia Harris lets Petunia out into the field behind the agriculture building on Friday at Okaw Valley High School. Letting the hogs out to wander around the grounds allows them to get exercise. JEFF SMUDDE, HERALD & REVIEW park_devin-04-81719.JPG Senior Devin Park drives a tiller behind Okay Valley High School's agriculture complex on Friday, laying soil to re-plant grass seed. The tiller was purchased using money from the ADM Cares grant, and helps improve the facility in Okay Valley High School's agriculture complex. More photos at Herald & Review.com JEFF SMUDDE, HERALD & REVIEW SECONDARY Okaw Valley High sophomores Kylie Stauder, left, and Mia Harris observe a calf named June on Friday at the school agriculture complex. The ag building opened in January. JEFF SMUDDE, HERALD & REVIEW Wise_Wes-05-81719.JPG Wes Wise, the agriculture teacher at Okaw Valley High School, fills a syringe with a vaccine for one of the calves on Friday at the agriculture complex. The 1-week-old calves are vaccinated and fly tagged by Okaw Valley junior Grace Bunfill, right. JEFF SMUDDE, HERALD & REVIEW 0 comments Related to this collection +7 Education Okaw Valley's ag program expands thanks to ADM Cares Aug 16, 2019 BETHANY – Students in Wes Wise's agriculture classes at Okaw Valley High School just have to accept that they're going to smell like livestock. High School Baseball Season with high aspirations on hold for Okaw Valley baseball team Mar 26, 2020 Dalton McGill and Camden Coleman are two of four seniors, along with Ethan Bartimus and Isaac Dickens, who are waiting to see if they'll play one more game on the Timberwolves' new field and in their high school uniform.