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Photo: Uncle Shuck's donates $1,000 to FFA for livestock program
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Mathew Hughes, owner of Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze, recently donated $1,000 to go toward a new livestock trailer for the Dawson County FFA program. FFA Advisor Keith Pankey said the booming livestock program has outgrown the trailer that was purchased last year with sponsorship donations. 

The Uncle Shuck’s logo will be put on the new trailer as well as the logos of any other businesses that donate funds. 

If you are interested in donating to the program, email

Pictured front row from left: Zach Smith, Mathew Hughes, Amy Smith, FFA Advisor Keith Pankey, Seth Adams and Marissa Seabolt. Pictured back row from left: Devin Chambers, Luke Wilkie, Cody Byess, Scout Higgins, Lexis Kimbrell and Cort Shelnutt.