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Loebsack Tours Farms, Calls on Congress to Come Back from Vacation to Pass Farm Bill PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Joe Hand   
Friday, 17 August 2012 14:45

Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Loebsack toured farms affected by the drought to speak with farmers about how they have been impacted.  After viewing the conditions firsthand, Loebsack called on Speaker John Boehner to call Congress back into session to pass a long-term farm bill.  The current farm bill expires on September 30th and the House of Representatives has yet to take action on a measure to provide certainty to farmers and livestock/poultry producers.  Loebsack has called on Congress to stay in session multiple times to get critical work done.

“I call on you to immediately bring the House back into session and pass a reformed farm bill that reduces the deficit and also contains disaster relief for farmers and livestock/poultry producers,” wrote Loebsack.  “I have been walking the rows with farmers since the heat wave and drought began to affect Iowa and now nearly all the counties I represent are experiencing extreme drought.

“Rural communities and small businesses throughout Iowa are heavily dependent on agriculture thriving – everything from coffee shops to manufacturers to equipment dealers.  A reformed farm bill that also addresses rural development is critical to the farm economy’s prosperity and its contribution to economic recovery.”

To view a copy of the letter click here.

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ISU Extension Calendar Aug 28 - Sept 25, 2012 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Amanda Heitz   
Friday, 17 August 2012 14:36

 
Checkoff Farmer-Leaders Commit to Maintaining Sustainability of U.S. Soy PDF Print E-mail
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Written by United Soybean Board   
Friday, 17 August 2012 14:22
Pledge states ‘We are sustainable’ on behalf of U.S. soybean farmers

ST. LOUIS (August 16, 2012) – When it comes to buzzwords, sustainability is one that U.S. soybean farmers believe has staying power. It’s so important, in fact, that the United Soybean Board (USB) and soy checkoff recently joined other U.S. soybean organizations in supporting a pledge and set of data that demonstrate U.S. soybean farmers continue to improve their sustainability performance. These organizations will use this pledge and data to help increase sales of U.S. soy among customers that demand sustainably sourced ingredients.

“Instead of a certification process for individual U.S. soybean farmers, we are recommending an aggregate approach, in which the data show the environmental, economic and societal benefits of U.S. soybean production,” says Jim Call, soybean farmer from Madison, Minn. and USB secretary. “This pledge will be the commitment by the entire U.S. soy industry that we, as farmers, are sustainable.”

At their most recent meeting, the soy checkoff recently joined the American Soybean Association and state checkoff boards in further committing the U.S. soy industry to sustainability. The United Soybean Export Council Board is expected to take similar formal action in the next few weeks.

“Our customers, the end-users, want to use products that are sustainable, and it is our responsibility to provide them,” adds Call. “Within the pledge, we share data that shows our decreasing use of inputs and the increasing use of conservation practices by U.S. soybean farmers.”

Also during the meeting, checkoff farmer-leaders adopted a series of recommendations to finish implementing USB’s new operating structure. As part of one of these recommendations, USB Chair Vanessa Kummer appointed a Strategic Management Committee, which will ensure all checkoff-funded projects contribute toward meeting the checkoff’s long-range strategic plan.

Kummer appointed farmer-leaders Dwain Ford, Kinmundy, Ill.; Richard Fordyce, Bethany, Mo.; and Nancy Kavazanjian, Beaver Dam, Wis., to join USB Vice Chair Jim Stillman, Emmetsburg, Iowa; and immediate past chair Marc Curtis, Leland, Miss., to the committee.

The 69 farmer-directors of USB oversee the investments of the soy checkoff to maximize profit opportunities for all U.S. soybean farmers. These volunteers invest and leverage checkoff funds to increase the value of U.S. soy meal and oil, to ensure U.S. soybean farmers and their customers have the freedom and infrastructure to operate, and to meet the needs of U.S. soy’s customers. As stipulated in the federal Soybean Promotion, Research and Consumer Information Act, the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service has oversight responsibilities for USB and the soy checkoff.

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Premiums Awarded in Iowa State Fair Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Lori Chappell   
Friday, 17 August 2012 13:53

DES MOINES, IA (08/15/2012)(readMedia)-- Premiums and ribbons were awarded in the Open Western Horse Show judged Saturday at the 2012 Iowa State Fair.

Complete results follow:

Western Horsemanship-Riders 18 and Under

1) Clara Johnson, Indianola

2) Rebecca Ness, Muscatine

3) Lisa Weatherwax, Ankeny

4) Brittany Abernathy, Indianola

5) Cheyanne Hunt, Wapello

6) Rachel VanRoekel, Pella

7) Mike Vesey, Indianola

8) Amy Turner, Knoxville

9) Nicole Banner, Ottumwa

Western Pleasure-Men 19 and Over

1) Cindy Johnson, Indianola

2) Cleo Craven, Norwalk

3) Janelle Schaefer, Norwalk

4) James Thorp, Marion

Registered Quarter Horse Western Pleasure

1) Cindy Johnson, Indianola

2) Brittany Abernathy, Indianola

3) Black Show Horses, Saint Charles

4) Sue Reichert, Marengo

5) Lisa Weatherwax, Ankeny

6) Mike Vesey, Indianola

7) Debbie Pierce, Carlisle

8) Moorman Performance Horses, Carlisle

9) Wilson Buckskin Horses, Muscatine

Western Pleasure-Riders Ages 14 to 18

1) Brittany Abernathy, Indianola

2) Mike Vesey, Indianola

3) Lisa Weatherwax, Ankeny

4) Jake Peers, Urbandale

5) Laura Pfab, Granger

6) Gary Puls, Jewell

7) None Awarded

8) Cheyanne Hunt, Wapello

9) Jessica Taylor, Granger

Walk-Trot Pleasure-Riders 19 and Over

1) Cindy Johnson, Indianola

2) Moorman Performance Horses, Carlisle

3) Robin Epp, Urbandale

4) Black Show Horses, Saint Charles

5) Sue Reichert, Marengo

6) Lisha Marsh, Grinnell

7) Debbie Pierce, Carlisle

8) Donae Hedlund, Knoxville

9) Laura McClure, Vinton

Tandem Bareback-Riders 18 and Under

1) Clara Johnson, Indianola

"Nothing Compares" to the 2012 Iowa State Fair, August 9-19. The Fairgrounds are located at East 30th and East University Avenue, just 10 minutes east of downtown Des Moines, and are open 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. each day of the Fair. Exhibit hours may vary. For more information, call 800/545-FAIR or visit iowastatefair.org.

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Dairy Farms Compete in State Fair Brown Swiss Show PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Lori Chappell   
Friday, 17 August 2012 13:46

DES MOINES, IA (08/15/2012)(readMedia)-- Top dairies competed for honors in the Brown Swiss Dairy Cattle show judged Saturday at the 2012 Iowa State Fair.

Kruses Swiss Farm of Earlville showed the Grand Champion Female. The Reserve Champion Female belonged to Onword Swiss of Oelwein. The dairy also earned second place in both the Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor contests.

Lee-Anns Swiss of DeWitt collected top honors in the Premier Exhibitor and Premier Breeder contests.

The Premier Breeder Award is given to the competitor who earns the most points for animals bred and exhibited by the entrant or others during the day's show. The Premier Exhibitor Award is given to the exhibitor who accumulates the most points based upon the day's placings.

Complete results below (name, hometown and animal identification):

Junior Heifer Calf: March 1 to May 31, 2012

1) Schulte Bros, Watkins, Schulte Bros Big Faith-ET, 3/4/2012, Pending

2) Uluru Swiss Acres, Clermont, Kb Tressel Tea Et, 3/20/2012, 68140071

3) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Apache Leigh, 3/6/2012, 68141698

4) Dandee Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Galaxy Callaway, 3/1/2012, 68141690

5) Ficks Swiss, Boyden, Fick Lolly London, 3/26/2012, 68141288

6) Zachary Briggs, Albia, High Point P Clover, 3/7/2012, 68139996

Intermediate Heifer Calf: Dec. 1, 2011 to Feb. 29, 2012

1) Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville, Kruses Joey Sugar, 12/20/2011, 68137482

2) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Cadillac Wishful, 1/2/2012, 68138359

3) Schulte Bros, Watkins, Schulte Bros Park Ranger-ET, 12/6/2011, Pending

4) Doug Fairbanks, Anamosa, Wapsi-Ana Total Topper, 12/2/2011, 68136701

5) Jo-lane Dairy, Monona, Jo-lane Wonderment Juju, 12/21/2011, 69812262

6) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Cadillac Graffiti, 1/4/2012, 68138360

7) Breezy Ridge Dairy, Epworth, Breezy Ridge Dragon Razz, 12/10/2011, 68141917

8) Four-M Swiss, Crawfordsville, Four-M J-Joey, 1/6/2012, 68139691

9) Four-M Swiss, Crawfordsville, Four-M Mo-Jo Jitter, 12/14/2011, 68139690

10) Breezy Ridge Dairy, Epworth, Breezy Ridge Dyn Bubbles, 12/11/2011, 68141904

11) Ficks Swiss, Boyden, Fick Cassidy Cindy, 12/21/2011, 6841286

12) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar, Hilltop Acres SP Dollar-ET, 1/10/2012, 68139332

13) Shortys Swiss, Sibley, Shortys Cotton Candy B, 1/5/2012, Johann Pete Rose-ET

14) Dandee Swiss, DeWitt, Royal-Lind Rythm Mix Up, 12/1/2011, 68141747

15) Goodman Dairy Farm, Rose Hill, Dande Supreme Pearl, 1/21/2012, 68142219

16) Darryl Banowetz, Charlotte, Browns Guccis Gotcha, 12/4/2011, 68137799

17) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, DeVores Wallst Rory, 12/1/2011, 68139759

18) Uluru Swiss Acres, Clermont, Usa Galaxy Tinkerbell, 12/1/2011, 68139959

Senior Heifer Calf: Sept. 1 to Nov. 30, 2011

1) Onword Swiss, Oelwein, Onword Dargon Villy, 10/22/2011, 68139175

2) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Cutting Edge Tot Apple-ET, 9/5/2011, 68137267

3) Doug Fairbanks, Anamosa, Wapsi-Ana Total Bam Bam, 9/19/2011, 68136697

4) Onword Swiss, Oelwein, Onword Verdict Vela, 11/2/2011, 68139179

5) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar, Hilltop Acres GX Tulip-ET, 9/7/2011, 68135210

6) Cedar Way Farm, Waverly, Cedar Way W Mint Mischief, 11/3/2011, 68138802

7) Natalie, Mitchell and Wesley Hanson, La Porte City, Viking Valley Alloy Misti, 9/2/2011, 68136338

8) Four-M Swiss, Crawfordsville, Four-M Wonderment Jacie-ET, 10/20/2011, 68136120

9) Breezy Ridge Dairy, Epworth, Breezy Ridge Custard, 9/6/2011, 68141915

10) Ficks Swiss, Boyden, Fick Daytona Drama, 9/21/2011, 68136430

11) Jo-lane Dairy, Monona, Jo-lane Wonder Mayflower-ET, 9/30/2011, 69812240

12) Uluru Swiss Acres, Clermont, Scenic Ridge Zeus Maylynn, 9/19/2011, 68139960

12) Darryl Banowetz, Charlotte, Wapsi-Ana Total Fallon, 12/30/2011, 68136695

14) Natalie, Mitchell and Wesley Hanson, La Porte City, Amber Rae Poseidons Sally, 9/25/2011, 68134448

15) Dandee Swiss, Dewitt, Dandee Agenda Flicka, 9/1/2011, 68137578

16) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, DeVores Blend Tanniversary, 9/1/2011, 68139758

17) Shortys Swiss, Sibley, Shorts Drivers Lana, 10/12/2011, 68138865

Summer Yearling Heifer: June 1 to Aug. 31, 2011

1) Twin-Elms-Vu, Readlyn, Siegerts Stanford Breena, 6/23/2011, 68133262

2) Cedar Way Farm, Waverly, Cedar Way Austin Marvel, 8/3/2011, 68138803

3) Overmann Farm, Earlville, Overmann Victor G Claire, 9/26/2011, 68135006

4) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Pit-Crew Wonder Penelope-ET, 6/2/2011, 68135749

5) Schulte Bros, Watkins, Schulte Bros Park Avenue, 7/5/2011, 68140826

6) Dandee Swiss, DeWitt, Kruses LJ Four M Sandra, 6/4/2011, 68133122

7) Goodman Dairy Farm, Rose Hill, Sun-Made HP Enver Pippa-ET, 6/1/2011, 68132693

8) Canoe Ridge Dairy, Decorah, Hilltop Acres Col Katrina, 6/15/2011, 68135599

9) Ficks Swiss, Boyden, FickCuddles Comfy, 7/5/2011, 68136425

10) Shortys Swiss, Sibley, Shortys Candance Candid, 6/4/2011, 68138424

11) Shortys Swiss, Sibley, Shortys Zeus Paula, 7/18/2011, 68138816

12) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, DeVores Bestman Richetta, 7/10/2011, 68139760

Junior Yearling Heifer: March 1 to May 31, 2011

1) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Cutting Edge PS Faith-ET, 3/3/2011, 68152606

2) Arthurcreek Holsteins, Sumner, Arthur Creek Wonder Nelly, 5/15/2011, 68140064

3) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Wonder Mint Vivid-ET, 3/10/2011, 68131301

4) Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville, Kruses Victor Cathy-ET, 4/8/2011, 68131148

5) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar, Hilltop Acres Corina-ET, 3/5/2011, 68130361

6) Blue Skies Swiss and Holsteins, Hillsboro, Four-M James Jewell, 4/20/2011, 68131129

7) Four-M Swiss, Crawfordsville, Four-M Solution Jenna-ET, 3/1/2011, 68129788

8) Dandee Swiss, DeWitt, Cutting Edge T Fancy-ET, 4/28/2011, 68137264

9) Uluru Swiss Acres, Clermont, Top Acres M W Sunny, 3/2/2011, 68130958

10) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, DeVores Conquest Nanana, 3/11/2011, 68132594

Winter Yearling Heifer: Dec.1, 2010 to Feb. 28, 2011

1) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar, Hilltop Acres Butterscotch, 1/27/2011, 68130357

2) Dandee Swiss, DeWitt, Bck Zip Cara -ET, 12/16/2010, 68139545

3) Ashley Baumler, Fort Atkinson, Onword Austin Vintage, 12/1/2010, 68129181

4) Shortys Swiss, Sibley, Shortys Power Jem, 2/15/2011, 68137571

5) Uluru Swiss Acres, Clermont, Usa Jetway Silverbells, 12/12/2010, 68126592

6) Shortys Swiss, Sibley, Shortys Zeus Roxan, 2/14/2011, 68137572

7) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, DeVores Dean Grinch, 12/20/2010, 68132596

8) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, DeVores P Rose Reath, 12/22/2010, 68132595

Senior Yearling Heifer (Not in Milk): Sept.1 to Nov. 30, 2010

1) James Roth, Milford, Neb., Uhing Vigor Deka, 10/9/2010, 68127513 Tat#699

2) Edgebrook Jerseys, Montour, Edgebrook Zues Ivory, 9/12/2010, 681132419

3) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, CIE Lee-Anns Total Treat, 10/10/2010, 68127750

4) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar, Hilltop Acres W Gaiety, 9/1/2010, 68125206

5) Ally Bierschenk, Van Horne, Biercrest Wonder Britanny, 9/5/2010

6) Four-M Swiss, Crawfordsville, Four-M Mandel Juice-ET, 10/2/2010, 68128823

7) Uluru Swiss Acres, Clermont, Wapsi-ana Total Future, 9/14/2010, 68126446

8) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, Spring Acres Welcome Price, 9/26/2010, 68126911

9) Natalie, Mitchell and Wesley Hanson, La Porte City, Dandee Agenda Tipsy, 9/5/2010, 68124544

Junior Best Three Females

1) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt

2) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar

3) Schulte Bros, Watkins

4) Four-M Swiss, Crawfordsville

5) Onword Swiss, Oelwein

6) Breezy Ridge Dairy, Epworth

7) Ficks Swiss, Boyden

8) Shortys Swiss, Sibley

9) DeVore Dairy, Wilton

Junior 2-Year-Old Cow: March 1-Aug. 31, 2010

1) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar, Hilltop Acres Gln Dignity -ET, 5/19/2010, 68125189

2) Ficks Swiss, Boyden, Fick Paris Perfume, 3/9/2010, 68120229

3) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Tucker Mason, 6/29/2010, 68121724

4) Dandee Swiss, DeWitt, Daveco Premium Solo-ET, 4/30/2010, 68128246

5) Ryan Bousquet, South Sioux City, Neb., Telleen Charles Cecilia, 3/16/2010, 68124557

6) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, DeVores P Rose Natasha, 3/15/2010, 68122066

Senior 2-Year-Old Cow: Sept. 1, 2009 to Feb. 28, 2010

1) Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville, Kruses Four-M Firefly, 12/21/2009, 68117645

2) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Quicksilver Wonder Bently-ET, 12/12/2009, 68118996

3) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Legacy Callie-ET, 9/19/2009, 68117513

4) Jo-lane Dairy, Monona, Olsons Maghams Vigor Maybe-ET, 9/4/2009, 68114049

5) Ryan Bousquet, South Sioux City, Neb., Lee-Anns Parker Crystal, 12/1/2009, 68117511

6) Jo-lane Dairy, Monona, Long Acres Victor Bliss, 10/15/2009, 68133442

7) Canoe Ridge Dairy, Decorah, Hilltop Acres Danielle, 9/5/2009, 68117196

8) Ficks Swiss, Boyden, Fick Carmel Clover, 2/21/2010, 68120226

Junior 3-Year-Old Cow: March 1 to Aug. 31, 2009

1) Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville, Kruses Victor Kiss-ET, 4/20/2009, 68111769

2) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Fjel-Mar Legacy Foxxy-ET, 3/1/2009, 68113239

3) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Griffin Talent, 6/1/2009, 68117497

4) Goodman Dairy Farm, Rose Hill, Oak Forest Mint Jan, 6/3/2009, 68113310

5) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar, Hilltop Acres Jeepers-ET, 3/14/2009, 68112896

Senior 3-Year-Old Cow: Sept. 1, 2008 to Feb. 28, 2009

1) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Braiden Glitter, 12/3/2008, 68108056

2) Breezy Ridge Dairy, Epworth, Breezy Ridge Vic Candycane-ET, 12/15/2008, 68112614

Cow 4 Years Old: Sept. 1, 2007 to Aug. 31, 2008

1) Onword Swiss, Oelwein, Onword Queen Elizabeth-ET, 2/20/2008, 68102921

2) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Madison Victory, 9/15/2007, 961233

3) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar, Snow Valley Vigor Priceless, 9/2/2007, 68130539

4) Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville, Kruses River Jamaica-ET, 1/10/2008, 961097

5) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, DeVores Victor Rena, 7/18/2008, 68111510

6) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, Hilltop Acres Noodle, 10/28/2007, 958960

Cow 5 Years Old: Sept. 1, 2006 to Aug. 31, 2007

1) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns BellStar Licorice, 6/2/2007, 961237

2) Onword Swiss, Oelwein, Onword Fastrack VI- ET, 10/17/2006, 954971

3) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar, Hilltop Acres EN Della- ET, 6/15/2007, 960659

4) Jo-lane Dairy, Monona, Onword Seattle Visual, 5/21/2007, 954981

5) Uluru Swiss Acres, Clermont, Scenic Ridge Agenda Mayme, 7/12/2007, 960034

Aged Cow: Before Sept. 1, 2006

1) Onword Swiss, Oelwein, Onword Diablo Adeline, 1/4/2006, 948551

2) Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville, R Kruses Vision Jackie-ET, 3/17/2006, 948865

3) Ficks Swiss, Boyden, Fick Lilly Lizzie, 2/4/2006, 946556

4) Onword Swiss, Oelwein, Onword Victory Volley, 4/28/2006, 948883

5) Jo-lane Dairy, Monona, Onword Denver Vinegarette, 5/21/2005, 939656

6) Ficks Swiss, Boyden, Telleen Keg Jane, 7/27/2006, 952367

7) DeVore Dairy, Wilton, DeVores Hollywd Miliza, 9/30/2003, 931093

Best Three Head

1) Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville

2) Onword Swiss, Oelwein

3) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt

4) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar

5) Ficks Swiss, Boyden

6) DeVore Dairy, Wilton

Best Four Head

1) Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville

2) Onword Swiss, Oelwein

3) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt

4) Hilltop Acres Farm, Calmar

5) Ficks Swiss, Boyden

6) Jo-lane Dairy, Monona

7) DeVore Dairy, Wilton

8) Dandee Swiss, DeWitt

Junior Champion Female: Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville, Kruses Joey Sugar, 12/21/2011, 6841286

Reserve Junior Champion Female: Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Cutting Edge PS Faith-ET, 3/5/2011, 68130361

Intermediate Champion Female: Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville, Kruses Four-M Firefly, 12/21/2009, 68117645

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female: Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt, Lee-Anns Braiden Glitter, 12/3/2008, 6810856

Senior Champion Female: Onword Swiss, Oelwein, Onword Diablo Adeline, 1/4/2006, 948551

Reserve Senior Champion Female: Onword Swiss, Oelwein, Onword Queen Elizabeth, 2/20/2008, 68102921

Grand Champion Female: Kruses Swiss Farm, Earlville, Kruses Four-M Firefly, 12/21/2009, 68117645

Reserve Grand Champion Female: Onword Swiss, Oelwein, Onword Diablo Adeline, 1/4/2006, 948551

Premier Exhibitor

1) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt

2) Onword Swiss, Oelwein

Premier Breeder

1) Lee-Anns Swiss, DeWitt

2) Onword Swiss, Oelwein

"Nothing Compares" to the 2012 Iowa State Fair, August 9-19. The Fairgrounds are located at East 30th and East University Avenue, just 10 minutes east of downtown Des Moines, and are open 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. each day of the Fair. Exhibit hours may vary. For more information, call 800/545-FAIR or visit iowastatefair.org.

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