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Wild Cow Milking Competition
Wild Cow Milking is a timed competition that begins when a cow is turned loose into the arena. Out of a three-man team, one ropes the cow while the other two attempt to milk it. Until they get a small amount in a bottle.
The clock usually stops after the cow is milked and a team member runs with the bottle to a designated area. For the time to count, there must be enough milk in the bottle to produce at least one drop when it’s turned upside down.
Teams of 3 with a maximum of 8 teams per night
When: Friday, August 5 and Saturday, August 6 during the Rodeo
Cash prize for the winners
Must be 18 years or older to participate
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