A winnings from a farm that grows berries from the Blackberry Farm in Tennessee will go to charity for the William and Mary football team.
The winnings will be distributed to charity on the season, according to the Farm Bill blog.
The Blackberry Farms is located about 25 miles east of Nashville in Blackberry County, Tennessee.
The farm was founded by William and Catherine Knott in 1890.
It is located near the Tennessee State Line.
Knotts berries are sold in the United States as well as Canada.
A video on the FarmBill blog features footage from the farm and explains the winnings can be used to purchase tickets to games at the stadium.
“It’s a very special win, it will go directly to the William & Mary football program,” said Michael Dannemann, a former Knotts employee who is now a volunteer with the Farm Bureau.
“There’s not much else that can go to help.”
Knott’s berries are grown on land owned by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture and is one of only four private farms in the state.