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ADAIR COUNTY

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IMPORTANT NOTICE for 4/4/15  CLOVER KIDS (click here)
 
  4-H Weekend in Kansas City - April 17th-19th
 

 The NEW ADAIR COUNTY 4-H HANDBOOK (click here)

EMPOWERING ADAIR COUNTY FOUNDATION (click here for more details)
New Location: Adair County Extension Office, 154 Public Square, Suite C, Greenfield
Phone: 641-743-8412
Contacts: Angie Engles & Deena Wells
- Grant Information Sheets
- Grant Application Forms

 

    

County News

September 21, 2012

View the current ADAIR COUNTY 4-H NEWSLETTER or past issues and articles. We keep you up-to-date on current issues involved with 4-H, Youth, SOFA, Families, Community and Adair County.

September 10, 2012

The Adair County 4-H Youth Action Committee encourages recordkeeping by offering a $10.00 incentive to every 4-H'er who completes a record book in addition to providing recognition for outstanding project work based on their records.

September 5, 2012

These are hay prices paid at auction in the recent past weeks. Much of the price information is obtained from USDA Hay Market News. Personal contacts of local Iowa hay auctions secured price information for these market outlets. Auctions were chosen to reflect prices across Iowa. Other nearby auctions may exist. No endorsement of the listed auctions is intended.

 

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March 25, 2015 11:59 AM

Learn what it takes to have your very own asparagus patch and enjoy this favorite spring vegetable for years.

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