The North Dakota Farm Bureau has come up with a twist on the TV show "Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?" to help teach people about agriculture.
It's a quiz about food versus fuel, conservation, biotechnology and other ag issues.
Here's are some questions:
Have U.S. corn prices have driven up the price of tortilla flour in mexico?
How many pounds of corn does it take to fill a 25-gallon tank with pure ethanol?
How much of our disposable income do we spend on food each year?
Corporations own ____ percent of american farms?
The gross national product of cambodia is less than the amount of money environmental groups raise and spend each year?
Are brown eggs are more nutritious than white eggs?
Can a person's genes can be changed by eating genetically modified food?
Is agriculture is essential to homeland security?
The erosion rate by water on u.s. cropland has grown by 40 percent since 1982
To see more of the questions and the answers go to www.ndfb.org/news/default.asp?ID=416.