N.C. State Milking Contest

By on March 18, 2009

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March 15-21 marks National Agriculture Awareness Week and Alpha Zeta, an honors agriculture fraternity at N.C. State University, kicked things off with an event Monday in NCSU’s Brickyard.

The event serves to increase awareness and appreciation of agriculture on campus, and the campus’ central meeting area is loaded up with equipment, livestock and displays.

Commissioner Troxler and WQDR Morning Crew’s Mike Raley rolled into the brickyard in the Got to Be NC Big Cart to compete in the event’s annual milking contest. It was a close race, but the Commissioner edged Raley out and filled his cup faster than the radio host.

Check out our Flickr page to view our “NCSU Ag Awareness and Milking Contest” photostream for more pictures from the event, and take a look at the video above with Ag Education major Jesse Scott, a member of the Alpha Zeta fraternity.

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  1. Jesse Scott
    March 18, 2009

    I really appriciate Commissioner Troxler coming out to NCSU and helping out. Thank you as well for the interview!