Five 2008 Farm Animal Frenzy animals are up for auction

If you’ve ever had a hankering to own one of the fiberglass animals that competed in the 2008 Farm Animal Frenzy contest at the N.C. State Fair, now’s your chance. The State Surplus Property Agency is accepting online bids for five animals (a cow, horse and three chickens) until Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 1 p.m. (You don’t have to bid on all five.) You can register to bid here.

The animals were decorated by high school art students as part of the Fair’s annual Farm Animal Frenzy art contest. They were on display at the 2008 State Fair, and though in need of a little sprucing up, they would make a great addition to a restaurant or rec room, says Robert Riddle, state surplus property officer.

The objects for auction are on display during business hours at the Surplus Property Warehouse, 6501 Chapel Hill Road (Hwy. 54 West) in Raleigh. To see pictures and view the bids online, visit https://www.ncstatesurplus.com/SSP-SealedBid, and then select 1/19/2010 for the “open date.” For more information about the auction, check out the Department of Administration’s news release.

To refresh your memory about the 2008 Farm Animal Frenzy, check out this previous Deep Fried post.

Note: Bid closing date has been corrected.

About Flying Bob

Most folks know me as Brian Long, but when it comes to the State Fair blog, I'm Flying Bob. Why Flying Bob? It's one of my favorite carnival rides. Plus, once the fair kicks off, I feel like I'm flying in circles at high speed. (All that's missing is a ride attendant shouting, "Do you wanna go fasterrrrr!") Here at the State Fair Press Office, it's our job to give you as much information about this massive event as possible. That's one of the reasons I enjoy contributing to this blog. I hope you'll enjoy reading it.

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