Bugeaud wins

The winner of the annual Rock Creek Fall Fair Carcass Class trophy is announced.

Winner of the 2013 Carcass Class Margaret Ann Bugeaud holds her trophy beside beef judge Bob DeMaertelaere of Grand Forks.

If you are wondering where to get a top-of-the-line dinner invitation, you need look no further than Margaret Ann Bugeaud’s table. For proof just ask to see her trophy—the one they gave her for winning the 2013 Rock Creek Fall Fair Carcass Class.

Competitors and friends met at Chad and Erika Maarhuis’ slaughterhouse last Friday night to view the entries and see the results.

Bugeaud’s winning steer was a Limo-Highland cross. Lincoln Blaine was second, Brandon Blaine third, and Dean Corbett fourth.

Besides her trophy and prize money she also won a Carhartt jacket donated by Freeman’s Country Supply.


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