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Thusday, November 9, 2017

Jake Swanson
515-422-7781 (cell)

 
 
 

NORTHEY AND NAIG TO VISIT FREMONT, PAGE, ADAMS, MONTGOMERY, MILLS AND AUDUBON COUNTIES NOVEMBER 13

DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey and Deputy Secretary Mike Naig today announced that they will be making stops in Fremont, Page, Adams, Montgomery, Mills and Audubon Counties on Monday, November 13.

Northey and Naig will attend a Veterans Day assembly at Sidney High School, visit the Freedom Rock in Clarinda to visit with veterans, speak at a cover crop and risk management field day in Corning, visit with farmers in Red Oak, tour the new community center and extension office in Malvern and speak at the Audubon County Soil and Water Conservation District 75th Anniversary Dinner in Exira.

The details of the visits follow here:

Friday, November 3, 2017
Fremont County – 10:00 a.m., attend a Veterans Day Assembly, Sidney High School, 2754 Knox Rd., Sidney
Page County – 11:20 a.m., visit the Page County Freedom Rock and visit with Veterans, 1600 S. 16th St., Clarinda
Adams County – 1:15 p.m., speak at a cover crops and risk management field day, 2507 Quince Ave., Corning
Montgomery County – 3:00 p.m., meet with farmers, Montgomery County Farm Bureau office, 950 Senate Ave., Red Oak
Mills County – 4:45 p.m., tour the new Community Center and Extension Office, 61317 315th St., Malvern
Audubon County – 7:15 p.m., speak at the Audubon County Soil and Water Conservation District 75th Anniversary Dinner, Exira Lions Club, 104 E. Washington St., Exira

Northey, a corn and soybean farmer from Spirit Lake, is serving his third term as Secretary of Agriculture. His priorities as Secretary of Agriculture are promoting the use of science and new technologies to better care for our air, soil and water, and reaching out to tell the story of Iowa agriculture.

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