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Iowa State University dedicates Stanley L. Balloun Turkey Teaching and Research Facility

Special A ribbon cutting recently took place at Iowa State University for the new Stanley L. Balloun Turkey Teaching and Research Facility. Jim and Julie Balloun, son and daughter-in-law of Stanley L. Balloun, had the honor of cutting the ribbon. The facility is noted as being the only university one of its kind focused solely on turkey production.

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AMES, Iowa — Iowa State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences recently dedicated the new Stanley L. Balloon Turkey Teaching and Research Facility, the only facility of its kind focused on turkey production at a major university.

The university’s first-ever dedicated turkey teaching and research facility provides students a living classroom to experience hands-on learning in modern production practices and state-of-the-art equipment for research that addresses current challenges and helps advance Iowa’s turkey industry, one of the largest in the United States.

Located south of the Iowa State campus on 520th Avenue. . .

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