• FarmHer Favorites at the Iowa State Fair

July 31, 2017 1 Comment

It’s no secret that FarmHer loves fairs. Being based in Iowa, the team has a soft spot in our hearts for the one and only Iowa State Fair. The Iowa State Fair is quite possibly the best eleven days out of the year and FarmHer gets to be a part of the fair each day.

We put together a list of our favorite things so you don’t miss anything while you’re out and about at the Iowa State Fair. Make sure to stop by the FarmHer trailer, located South of the Varied Industries Building, to see new merchandise and see the FarmHer display in the center of the Agriculture Building. Most importantly: have fun at the fair!

Also, don't miss the latest FarmHer Special Edition Iowa State Fair T-Shirts! Shop the FarmHer Trailer South of the Varied Industries Building during the fair or buy online today




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Penny Y Edmonds
Penny Y Edmonds

September 09, 2018

Hello..how do I get a copy of the picture taken at the Iowa Stat Fair. I didn’t receive via email or fax.

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