First place at the fair
Andrew Albert did indeed win first place for his hay at the Evergreen State Fair.
The 27-year-old Arlington farmer was featured in the newspaper on Aug. 17 for his ability to develop niche markets for his crops.
The owner of Andrew’s Hay, Albert set his sights on a blue ribbon, but he also earned a best of show ribbon and an award for excellence in management for his first-cutting Timothy hay and his second-cutting orchard hay.
“There were 10 or 12 entries, so I was very nervous,” Albert said. “Farmers around here produce a lot of nice hay.”
See Page B3 for more fair results.
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