Miss Kentucky Jenna Day, left, and Angela Osting posed with the Kentucky State Fair grand champion ham Thursday in Louisville, following the 50th annual Kentucky Farm Bureau Country Ham Breakfast. Osting, representing the Yum! Brands Foundation, placed the winning bid of $350,000 with the proceeds going to the Kentucky Fund For The Arts.
Miss Kentucky Jenna Day, left, and Angela Osting posed with the Kentucky State Fair grand champion ham Thursday in Louisville, following the 50th annual Kentucky Farm Bureau Country Ham Breakfast. Osting, representing the Yum! Brands Foundation, placed the winning bid of $350,000 with the proceeds going to the Kentucky Fund For The Arts. AP
Miss Kentucky Jenna Day, left, and Angela Osting posed with the Kentucky State Fair grand champion ham Thursday in Louisville, following the 50th annual Kentucky Farm Bureau Country Ham Breakfast. Osting, representing the Yum! Brands Foundation, placed the winning bid of $350,000 with the proceeds going to the Kentucky Fund For The Arts. AP

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