Rifles And Knives From Richie Farmer Up For Auction

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Updated: 4/22 5:26 pm
The state will auction dozens of high-quality collector’s items left over from a 2008 agriculture conference during Richie Farmer’s tenure as Kentucky agriculture commissioner.

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will sell 13 Remington rifles and 16 Case knives in an auction May 5 at KDFWR headquarters, 1 Sportsman’s Lane west of Frankfort.

Proceeds from the auction that will help fund an urban garden project that will be announced later this year.

Registration and viewing will open at 8 a.m., and the auction is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.

All items will be sold as is. Paperwork and background checks must be completed onsite before the firearms can be released.

For more information on the auction and the items, call the Kentucky Department of Agriculture at (502) 564-4696.

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