The Fair for Families Builds on Long Tradition

September 30, 2011 04:00 AM
The Fair for Families Builds on Long Tradition

The Ashland County Ohio Fair celebrated its 160th year this past week and featured a broad array of daily events and programs for attendees to watch or participate in and enjoy. Activities included a fiddler contest, tractor pull and antique machinery show, amusement rides and a host of junior fair livestock showing competitions, featuring dairy and beef cattle, horses, goats, rabbits, turkeys and chickens.

A Day in Ag logoIn the following video, 16-year-old Samantha Spreng of Loudonville, Ohio, highlights some of her showing successes at the fair this year with her market steer, Moe.




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