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The town of Halbur, Iowa was named after Anton Halbur who donated the forty acres of land for the town in 1882. Anton Halbur purchased the land in 1880 for $1.00 an acre from a resident of Old Carrollton.
Halbur is nestled in SW Carroll County off the banks of Brushy Creek and was established in part due to the southwestern railroad like of years past. Halbur is surrounded by the vast corn and bean fields of Western Iowas as well as the Halbur Ridge Wild Life Area.
Home of Halbur U, a fictional university created by Joe “Woofer” Dalhoff. Halbur U started in the 70’s and has grown in part to the community pride of the Halbur area.
As of the census of 2010, there were 246 people, 94 households, and 67 families residing in the town.