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    Any one going to it this year?

    We try to go at least once every year. It's nice to see what different manufacturers are bringing out and to eat some of the competitions.

    Plus the food. Very tasty food. Potato donuts, fried vegetables, milkshakes etc etc etc. I'll weight five more pound after a visit but it's worth it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J3 Driver View Post
    Any one going to it this year?

    We try to go at least once every year. It's nice to see what different manufacturers are bringing out and to eat some of the competitions.

    Plus the food. Very tasty food. Potato donuts, fried vegetables, milkshakes etc etc etc. I'll weight five more pound after a visit but it's worth it.


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    I haven't been to the farm show since-jeez- the yr of 1977. one time-thats all. wanted to go many times since-but something always seemed to come up. hope u have fun!
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    I got something similar coming to my area in February. Never been to one so this should be fun.
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    I usually watch it on TV - never been there. I'll have to see if I can find it on PBS or somewhere this year.

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    The butter sculpture this year.







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