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Win steak for a year from the Iowa Cattlemen's Association

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Cattlemen and Cattlewomen work hard to produce high-quality beef for your family's table, and at the Iowa Cattlemen's Association booth at the Iowa State Fair you will not only have the opportunity to learn more about their efforts and thank them, but fairgoers also can enter to win "Free Steak for a Year."

The ICA, in partnership with the Iowa Beef Industry Council, will be drawing for $100 of free steaks each day of the fair. The remaining entries will be eligible for the grand prize drawing at the fair's conclusion which will provide one lucky person with "Free Steak for a Year." Those wishing to enter simply need to answer a five question quiz at the Iowa Cattlemen's Association booth located in the South Annex of the Cattle Barn next to the Big Bull display. All entrants must be 18 years or older to win.

Today's beef producers must be good stewards of the land and meticulously care for their cattle. Protecting the environment is a standard practice and safeguards the land for future generations while providing abundant habitat for wildlife. Join ICA and IBIC in "Going Green" and protecting our future. Up to 100 "Go Green" shopping bags will also be given away at the booth each day during the fair.



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