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State Featured Story
State Featured Story
Hunters have been busy preparing food plots, hanging tree stands and working on their marksmanship skills in hopes for getting that buck of a lifetime. The Indiana deer hunting season for 2021-2022 started September 15th and goes to January 31st...Read More
Upcoming Brown County and State Extension Events
Brown County Featured Stories
Please read the newsletter carefully as it has very important information about the fair and other events that are coming up!
The Open Class Handbook is now available! Please read it carefully to catch up with project changes!
Attached is the May-June Newsletter. Please make sure to read ALL of the newsletter to stay up to date with very important information about deadlines!
Attention ALL High School Students - Did you know Purdue wants to help you become a Boilermaker?! Giving Indiana students another pathway to #Purdue and offering their families the opportunity to save thousands of dollars. These are the goals...
Attached is the 2021 Handbook. Please use it to reference for project guidelines and livestock requirements.