The second fair we participated in this summer was in Livingston County. This fair was the morning after the Mayfield show, so we were a bit tired! There was some debate as to whether or not we would be able to attend this fair because I am new to driving the stock trailer and the fairgrounds are over a teeny tiny rickety bridge. I was hoping Jeremie would take the girls, but it’s not really his thing. Who can blame him? It does get a little tiring to sit out at a livestock barn for hours upon hours. But the girls and I love it, so I closed my eyes and drove over the bridge, Ha! Just kidding! But I did make it over the bridge safely. All the while telling the girls that now they knew how much I loved them. All three of my lamb exhibitors won champion showmanship! Mia and Katie won first in their market weight class and Reserve Grand Champion. Charlotte won second in her market class. Mia received a lot of encouragement at the show! Many people came up and complimented her on her showmanship skills. This is her first year with a goat, so she needed a little encouragment! And Katie was glad the judge liked her lamb so much. He needs a few groceries but should be right on target for Grand Champion for our county fair!