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The bleachers nearly were packed with fans of the big tractors that pulled their loads down the stretch, sending a plume of thick black smoke into the air as they barreled to the finish line Saturday night. Big crowds are good news for the Shelby County A & M Association, commonly known as the fair board, which operates the fairgrounds. The Shelby County Fair accounts for about half of the association’s annual revenue, said Jeff Hagerman, who serves as secretary/treasurer for the board.
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