Anison Butler plays during the sheep judging contest.
It is amazing how kids and animals can be so similar. Both need a bath and both are just so darn cute. Check out the cattle barn at the Box Elder County Fair.
Cousins, Hattie Jo Firth (5) and Natalie Clevenger, (2-1/2) enjoyed the miniature horses at the Fair.
Even though the bandstand has a great dance floor, it seemed one little boy was more content to teach his Yo Yo how to dance.
Judging during the sheep contest was tight.
The Tanglewood Tots brought plenty of smiles to all during the Box Elder County Talent Find.
Michaele Lee, from Plymouth, can really belt out a tune. Her song was a hit with the crowd.
Dallin Murrow almost got a standing ovation for his rendition of “Old McDonald Had A Farm” at the bandstand on Thursday.
Kristene Murrow, age 6, had just finished playing the violin when she got a hankering to dance a little at the Box Elder County Fair Talent Find.
Beef Jr. Show
Nearly as many steers as people can be found outside the auction barn these days at the Box Elder County Fairgrounds.
Months and months of hard work paid off for Benjamin Zollinger during the Beef Junior Show Thursday.
Chance Getz was able to keep his steer under control during the Beef Junior Show Thursday.
Ryan Munns was busy getting his steer, and himself, ready to show at the Box Elder County Fair Thursday.
Jr. Market Lamb Show
Dozens of 4-Hers and FFA kids held their lambs as best as they could during the Junior Market Lamb Show Thursday.
Jordan Michaelis, of Elwood, spent time feeding his lambs and getting them ready to show this week on Thursday.
Grouse Creek's Weston and Shawnee Hardman hang a couple of the blue ribbons they earned during lamb shows on Thursday.
Kids had to hold their smiles and lambs for the judges at the Junior Market Lamb Show on Thursday.
The 4-H and FFA kids showed off their hogs during the swine show on Thursday morning at the Fair. Some of the pigs seemed content to stick their head in the sand as this 4-Her tried to make a showing in style.