DUNCAN, OK (TNN) - Friday at the Stephens county fairgrounds, pigs from all over Oklahoma came to strut their stuff at the Marlow Winter Classic.
More than 350 hogs and their exhibitors came to the fairgrounds in hopes of taking home the top prize in their division.
The pigs were judged on a wide range of categories including feet and legs, mobility and discipline.
“When you have 350 set of hogs, especially in the state of Oklahoma, you know livestock is very competitive and not only something that we love, but we’re very competitive in it. Its a big deal especially when you think about all the time and money that goes into it, so yeah its a big deal,” said Marlow FFA Chapter President Madison Baker.
The Winter Classic is a two day event that continues Saturday morning.
Different Oklahoma Club Pig Association shows take place every weekend in January.