4-H Country Ham Auction a success
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(Above) Taylor Gray holds her 4-H grand champion ham.</i>
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(Above) Taylor Gray holds her 4-H grand champion ham.

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The 2013 Trigg County 4-H Country Ham auction held on Saturday, October 12, 2013 was a huge success. The annual event raised $7200.00 for the 4-H ham project participants and the Trigg County 4-H program. The Trigg Country Ham Festival ham show had 12 entries in the 4-H division, the top 5 hams were auctioned off at the main stage.

The Grand Champion ham was cured by Taylor Gray and sold for $1800. The buyers of the ham were Trigg County Farm Bureau, Fourshee Building Supply and Scott Bridges.

The Reserve Champion ham was cured by Matthew Skinner and sold for $1600. The buyers of the ham were Bank Of Cadiz, Lawrence Brothers Farms, Southern States of Cadiz, Christian County Livestock market and Key Oil Company.

The 3rd place ham was cured by Benson Stallons and sold for $1500. The buyers of the ham were Casey Creek Farms and Todd Harton Farms.

For the rest of this story, see this week's issue of The Cadiz Record or subscribe to our e-Edition by calling 270-522-6605.
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