Adams County Resources

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Adams County Purdue Extension Office
adamsces@purdue.edu
313 W Jefferson St, Suite 213
Decatur, IN 46733
(260) 724-5322


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Adams County Staff

Adams County Featured Stories

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Adams County 2021 Soybean Test Plot Results

Thanks to the Adams County Crops Committee, Various Seed Companies and Cooperators who...

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Adams County Mini 4-H Manuals

This is where you will find all the manuals for the Mini 4-H Projects. Click on each project name...

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Adams County 2021 Wheat Trials

Thanks to the Adams County Crops Committee, Various Seed Companies and Cooperators who...

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Adams County 4-H Fair

The Adams County 4-H Fair features numerous open events for all ages as well as the large variety...

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Adams County 4-H Livestock Auction

The 4-H Auction is the culmination of a year of hard work and dedication for more than 250 4-H...

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Agricultural Update

The Agricultural Update is the newsletter created by Brad Kohlhagen, the Adams County ANR...

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Upcoming Adams County and State Extension Events

State Extension Featured Story

State Extension Featured Story

Indiana farmer combining corn in the fall
Kernels of Knowledge: Harvesting for Food, Feed, Fiber and Fuel

Agriculture is a vital component of Indiana’s history, culture and future. Discover the development of corn and Purdue University’s contributions to its growth with Purdue Agriculture’s short series, Kernels of Knowledge.

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