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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Audubon County

Our website will provide you with information about Audubon County Extension and Outreach and allow you to access information from ISU Extension. Take time to discover all we have to offer from the information here and through links provided.

Office hours  8:30 AM - 5:30 PM Monday thru Thursday. 

Our office will be closed on Wednesday, November 21 and Thursday, November 22 for Thanksgiving. 

Our office will be closed on Thursday, November 29 for a Regional Staff Meeting. 

2019 Audubon County Fair Dates  July 17-21, 2019

2019 Iowa State Fair Dates   August 8-18, 2019

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4-H Newsletter

County News

Man tagging calf in chute
November 14, 2018

Beef weigh-in will be Saturday, December 29, from 9 AM - 12 noon at the AMVC Animal Clinic in Audubon. 

County Fair-exhibited market calves:  Animal will be weighed and ear tagged.  Cost $2/head.

4-H Iowa State Fair / Ak-Sar-Ben Requirements:

Each animal to be verified will have retinal images taken, ear tagged and weighed. Cost $5/head.

Exact change appreciated.

**Following the weigh-in, ALL 4-H animal data will be entered into 4hOnline by office staff.**

**Families will need to verify this information is correct in 4hOnline before February 1st. **

November 17, 2016

Iowans can eat healthy and stick to a tight grocery budget. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach’s “Spend Smart. Eat Smart.” has been helping families do so for more than seven years, and a newly designed website makes it even easier.

Iowa Department of Public Health
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