Friday marked the seventh annual Animals for Learning event at Henry County High School. The members of Future Farmers of America bring in their farm and household animals to school and host sixth grade science students who visit the students and their animals. Sixth-graders come armed with a handout of questions about the animals, which FFA students help them answer. For example, how much room does a duck need or how many babies can a goat have in a year? There were 32 stations to visit with a total of 53 animals, including several just hatched baby chicks.