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Texoma Teen Needs Your Help To Win Ag Competition

Richie DeMoss recently entered a national contest through RFD TV's Stockshow Confidential. He submitted an application and created/submitted a video. He is a finalist in the "Put me in the Winner's Circle - Calf Giveaway". He has done all he can do and now it's up to you, the public.

The contest ends January 1. The winner wins an awesome heifer calf from one of the top ranches in the country, Sullivan's Ranch, and a year's supply of Sure Champ mineral, and Showmaster feed. The whole package is worth at least $10,000.

Please go to www.stockshowconfidential.com/vote/ and vote for Richie!  You can vote daily.  

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