Texas is set to begin handing out water bottles that are made with goats and then dunked in their drinking water to encourage people to drink more water.
The first contest in the state’s “goat-water” program, the Texas Challenge, will take place on Wednesday.
The contest will be open to the public, and winners will be chosen based on a goat’s weight.
A total of 1,500 people are expected to enter the contest, with the winner receiving $10,000.
Participants will have to drink the water in bottles or cans, and there are no limits on the amount of water they can drink.
Participants must be at least 21 years old to enter.
The competition is expected to last about 30 minutes.
According to the Houston Chronicle, the program is intended to encourage Texans to drink less water and to conserve water and energy.
The competition comes amid growing concerns about water shortages and the drought.
According to the Texas Tribune, Texans spent an estimated $15.3 billion on bottled water in 2014.