By John L. Braese
OWYHEE RESERVOIR – Charlie, the Holstein steer, stood quietly in the drizzling rain.
A crowd of Adrian fifth-grade students listened to how a cow’s stomach was actually one organ with four chambers.
After donning plastic gloves extending to their shoulders, the students stepped up on a milk crate next to Charlie and placed a hand inside the cow’s stomach.
Charlie took the probing without so much as a flinch.
The exercise was just one event as fifth grade students from around the county and even from Boise participated in Field . . .