Jupiter Hay announces the conclusion of their Twine Round-Up contest, which ends Saturday. Beginning in April, local non-profit horse and livestock organizations have been competing for a $500 prize by gathering used baling twine. The twine has been gathered by the clubs, will be weighed by Jupiter Hay and donated to the Churchill County High School FFA to be recycled with a contracted recycling company. The FFA uses monies earned for their school programs, state conventions, and other cost associated with the FFA program. Currently participating are the Fallon Horsemen’s Association of Fallon, the High Sierra Riders 4-H Club in …
Twine round-up contest ends Saturday
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