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10 Years Ago - April 10, 2008

Whatddya gotta do to be the Touchet Valley’s Top Farmhand?

First contestants had to cram a hay bale into a too-right gap between other bales, the load and unload a nail gun. Next was to saddle a “horse” and rope a hay-bale doggie, followed by the bale toss. After that, contestants were to give their best critter call, then pitch a busted section of bob wire fence. Checking a chainsaw for correct chain installation and putting a link in a drive chain correctly followed.

Clint Atteberry jumped into first place with a score of 97 out of 100, then he held on...



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