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 November 12, 2016  -   Win a Side of Beef!!

IF YOU LIVE IN THE THE DFW METROPLEX OR SOUTH DOWN TO THE COLLEGE STATION AREA (TEXAS) or in between  -  KEEP READING!! If Joe or Tressa are at the Aggie Barn, stop and say hello, we have tickets for you!

Help us help our church Sale Raffle Tickets to win a SIDE OF FARM RAISED BLACK ANGUS BEEF!!  A side of beef is approximately 300 pounds of Beef!  Keep it or share it with family and friends!

The Drawing Date is December 25, 2016, after our 9AM services, our church is Cowboy Church of Tarrant County.  The raffle

Benefits the church's building fund.   NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN - Beef delivery will be arranged with winner, beef will be ready from the processor during the first week January 2017.

13 TICKETS $100

6 TICKETS   $50

1 TICKET     $10

Make checks payable to "COWBOY CHURCH OF TARRANT COUNTY" (tax deductible) Mail to PO Box 77916, Ft Worth, TX  76177

After receiving payment, Tressa will mail you your tickets or can text you a picture of them. 

Questions? Interested? Please contact Tressa at aggiebarn@live.com or call/text her at (214) 395-6918.  Thank you!!

Tressa does have a PayPal account if you prefer to send money via PayPal - please contact Tressa for this information. 

 Prior to visiting the Aggie Barn contact Tressa via phone or text (214) 395-6918 or email aggiebarn@live.com. 
Please include your name and the purpose of your visit along with the date you would like to visit.
You must obtain permission to be on the property.

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The Aggie Barn is located on private property. Due to liability reasons, no trespassing is allowed. Contact us by phone, text or click the email link to ask permission to access the property, otherwise we respectfully request everyone view the barn from the highway right-of-way. 







The Aggie Barn is now completely restored.  It had been under re-construction due to the Hwy 6 improvement project. The barn had to be moved .3 mile south of its original location in order to be preserved.

It now has owners that want to keep it as a part of Aggie history.   Special thanks to all the friends and family that gave their time and labor to save the AGGIE BARN.

Thanks for visiting our website. 

We have some pictures we took during the moving and reconstruction process (click on the Moving & Reconstruction Pictures tab at the top of this page). Being able to keep this treasure has truly been a labor of love and honor.