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Pie Contest

The KZ-100 Farm and Life Expo is coming up on January 31st and February 1st. During the expo every year is the much anticipated pie contest! This year's contest will be held on Thursday, February 1st. Entries must be brought in by 10 am. and judging will be at 11 am. Pies must be made with a lard crust.

Each year the Nebraska Pork Producers sponsors this pie contest, and they will do the same this year. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and peoples choice.

Last year was my first year judging the contest, and I can't wait to judge again this year. There are always some great entries. For any questions you can always call the station: 402-564-2866.

Look forward to tasting your yummy pies!

- Kim

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