Middle school students can go down on the farm right in the middle of Warner Robins.
With a swipe of saw, the Warner Robins Middle School dedicated a new barn Wednesday afternoon.
Parents, students, and community leaders took tours.
Right now, students in the school's Future Farmers of America program are raising goats there. Later this year, they will switch to pigs.
FFA president Maddie Bush says raising animals may be fun, but she wants future farmers to be prepared.
"It is a lot of hard work, and there is some difficulties to it. But in the end, it's all worth the hard work, and it's an amazing experience," says Bush.
Agriculture Teacher Tripp Tolleson says it only took four days to build the barn.