TERRE HAUTE Ind. (WTHI)- The annual holy cow drop event was also impacted by foul weather.
Typically, people buy parts of a pasture for $10.
Then the holy cow decides which square will win $10,000 based on where the cow pie lands.
The actual drop was cancelled, but tickets were still sold and a winner selected.
The winner was not in the crowd, but was excited about winning the grand prize.
Central Christian Church hosted the event.
This was the 6th annual drop.
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