Cooperative Extension Service Quay County
Cooperative Extension Service provides the people of New Mexico with practical, research-based knowledge and programs to improve their quality of life.
NMSU selects counties for pilot program designed to strengthen rural economiesNew Mexico State University has selected a multi-county region in the state to participate in the “CREATE BRIDGES” program to build up rural economies impacted by COVID-19.
Fun Run/Walk Registration
Registration and waiver to participate in the 2021 Fun Run/Walk
The Many Faces of 4-H | PodcastDownload MP.3 files
Thank you for participating in the QCES Facebook 4-H Food Challenge! You need to use the ingredients listed on the post to "make a dish." If you have the ingredients and your parents let you, prepare your recipe and post it on Facebook. If you are not able to physically prepare a dish, you can still participate by creating a recipe to use the ingredients. Everyone needs to include the following information on your post:
- Nutritional Value of Secret Ingredients
- How Your Body Uses the Ingredients
- Your Recipe
- Food Safety Standards Used in Preparation
Again, you do not have to make a dish to participate. You do need to include the information requested. You have until Wednesday at 2:00 pm to share your creations on Facebook.
Let's get cooking!
Altering Recipes for Good Health
Choose My Plate
Choose My Plate - 10 Tips
4 Simple Steps to Food Safety
Nutrient Needs at a Glance
Nutrients, Vitamins, Minerals
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Quay County Extension Services
216 E Center - The Terry Turner Building
PO Drawer B
Tucumcari, NM 88401
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