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Market beef ID deadline approaching

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The deadline for market beef identification is approaching. All market steers and market heifers must be owned and identified in 4-H Online by Tuesday, Feb. 1. By the time of the weigh-in, the animal(s) must be cared for by the 4-H member, according to the press release.


Sam Juenger showing his Market Beef at the 2019 Mitchell County Fair Beef Show.

4-H families will need to enter the animal information in 4-H Online. The 4-H county staff will then double-check the entries with paperwork filled out at weigh-in.

For assistance, contact the Mitchell County ISU Extension and Outreach Office at 641-732-5574.


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