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Friday, September 28th
Exact departure time and route TBD

Join us for our 1st annual Horse Farm Tour presented by NC Cooperative Extension, Nash County Center. We will tour multiple local horse farms.

FEATURED TOPICS
• Premier Thoroughbred Barn
• Living Quarters in Horse Barn
• Barn on Small Acreage

GUEST SPEAKERS
• Dr. Oberlin McDaniel
• Nutrena Feed Representative
• Cynthia Cooke
Bits and Boots Club
• Terri Pace – Cedar Rock Farm
• Sue Gray – NC Horse Council

DOOR PRIZES

$10 per person – includes lunch

Sign up at go.ncsu.edu/horse
or call 252.459.9810 for more information or questions.

Rain or shine. Topics and farm stops subject to change.

Sep 28 Fri

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