The annual Antique Tractor Show at the Williams County Fairgrounds is adding something new this year… Rib Fest.
The tractor show is hosted each year by the Williams County Senior Fair Board. This year, they say the idea for Rib Fest originated with the county’s local pork producers, who approached them about starting a new tradition.
According to the Bryan Times, the gates open for the tractor show Saturday and Sunday at 7 a.m. Rib Fest gets underway Saturday from 4–11 p.m.
Admittance to the tractor show is $3 for adults… kids 12 and under get in free. There will be an additional charge for food, such as pulled pork sandwiches and other items in addition to ribs.
Rib Fest competition teams will prepare pork ribs to be judged by a panel of judges and then attendees can vote for their favorite ribs.