Nebraska Extension in Otoe County

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Congratulations to all the exhibitors at the 2017 Otoe County Fair.

2017 AKSARBEn Stock Show Online Entry

The 2017 AKSARBEN Entry process will be an online entry process for the first time.  Entries will be accepted through August 31st at the published entry fee rates. Entries from midnight August 31 until midnight September 7 will be at 2 times the normal entry fee. Entries received Septemeber 8 through September 14 will be at 3 times the normal entry fee. NO entries will be accepted after September 14th.

The online entry process will require parent contact information and verification of 4-H member information. Payment will be processed via credit or debit card prior to leaving the entry page. Each family will be able to create a unique password to ensure security of information.

If you are in need of some information regarding Beef, Kristen Ulmer, Extension Educator can help you.
For all the latest Agricultural news and links to University of Nebraska - Lincoln Agricultural newsletters and reports. Custom Rates, Agricultural Land Values, Cash Rent, Pesticide Certification, UNL CropWatch, UNL Market Journal, UNL Cornhusker Economics, Beef Watch, and much more.
Is there a lawn and gardening topic you would like to learn more about?

All information about the Nebraska State Fair  regarding 4-H can be found at the following link - this includes Exhibitor Entry Information, Fair Schedule, Maps, Results and Photos for Exhibitors, Judges and Volunteers http://4h.unl.edu/nebraska-state-fair



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