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February 4, 2013

Iowa State Fair seeks farm family nominations

Des Moines —  

 The Iowa State Fair, Tractor Supply Co. and WHO News Radio 1040 are searching for six farm families to recognize with the Way We Live Award at the 2013 Fair, August 8-18. These families must exemplify farm values derived from hard work and a love for the occupation of farming.
 
To enter, submit an entry form along with a 500-1500 word essay describing how living on a farm and choosing the occupation of farming has shaped the family's life. All entries must include a family picture that illustrates the family's commitment to their farming operation. Entry forms can be downloaded from the Iowa State Fair website: http://www.iowastatefair.org/competition/the-way-we-live-award/. All entries must be postmarked or e-mailed to ebrewer@iowastatefair.org by May 1.
 
Nominated families should show dedication to animal agriculture in their daily lives and in the lives of their family members. Winners will receive a prize package including $250 cash, Fair admission tickets, parking, Fair food coupons, and recognition during the Fair in the Paul R. Knapp Animal Learning Center.
 
Eligible families must be residents of Iowa whose farming operation is centered on animal agriculture and may nominate themselves or be nominated by others.
 
Send entries to:
 
The Way We Live Award
 
Iowa State Fair
 
PO Box 57130
 
Des Moines, Iowa 50317-0003
 
Or e-mail all materials to ebrewer@iowastatefair.org
 
For questions about the award, contact Emily Brewer at 515.262.3111 x244 or ebrewer@iowastatefair.org.
 
Nothing Compares to the 2013 Iowa State Fair August 8-18. For more information, call 800/545-FAIR or check out http://www.iowastatefair.org.

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