Fort McCoy team participates in Sparta Butterfest milking contest
By Erika Hodges
June 21, 2012
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Fort McCoy Garrison Commander Col. Steven W. Nott takes his turn milking a cow at Butterfest in Sparta, Wis. The Fort McCoy team finished second in the competition.
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Fort McCoy's milking team (from left to right) Pete Hodges, 1st Sgt. Kevin Zavala, Nott and Amy Hedrick watch the competition at the event. Butterfest was held June 7-10 in Sparta, Wis. Don Englert (behind Hedrick), a competitor from the McDonald's team, also watches the action. Fort McCoy's team finished second in the competition.
Four members of the Fort McCoy community teamed to represent the installation in the Butterfest cow-milking competition. The team placed second overall. Butterfest is a community celebration held in the neighboring community of Sparta, Wis.
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