Participants lead their lambs around the pen for judging. Around 20 kids showcased their livestock in categories like lamb, goat, steers and hogs. (Kezia Setyawan/The Enterprise)
While the formal bidding process for livestock is happening online for the Malheur County fair, people gathered together at Owyhee County Fairgrounds in Idaho as an opportunity for kids to showcase their livestock, compete and hear workshops on showmanship from from judges. Lead organizer Bethany Yoder Flerchinger said that this was for the kids who put in the work, and an opportunity for those who love to show to be able to do that in person. Families came from Nyssa, Ontario, Adrian and beyond to show their animals over the course of two days.
Details during judging for sheep. Participants came from all over the county . . .