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Cooper Farms will have 'pig experience' at the fair
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 2:21 PM



PAULDING – The Paulding County Agriculture Society met March 13, where they heard and approved a $1,000 fee for promotions to be done by Clear Channel Radio.

There will be 65 spots leading up to fair time with promotions for free tickets for grandstand events and on location spots.

Cooper Farms will be setting up a display called “Pig Experience.” This will give fairgoers the opportunity to an “on farm” experience which will allow fairgoers to see firsthand how pigs are born and raised.


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