Lucy Andrew gets a kiss from Jayne, a Guernsey calf.
By Deb Patterson InkFreeNews
WARSAW — There is plenty to see and do at the Kosciusko County Fair. But what do you do when it rains, like Monday evening, or when your 4-H project deals with livestock and you are there from dawn to dusk?
Here’s a few photographs capturing people (and animals) at the fair:
Lincoln Kiser shows off the ribbons he won with his crossbred barrow.
Trent Martin gets a few minutes of sleep.
Tornado doesn’t mind having Brayle Lozier keep him company.
Bailey, the llama, gives Blayke Sands a little kiss.
Stretching out on a summer day.
4-H King Cam Zimmerman explains about hogs to Alyssa Swanson, Miss Teen Kosciusko County Fair Queen, while he walks Sarah his award winning crossbred guilt.
Lindsay Peterson takes Luna out to get a drink of fresh water.
Will Colman is shown with his Maine Anjou that has been given the name of Val because of the heart shaped white spot on his face.
This little fairgoer found a comfortable place for a nap.
It was card time for these youngsters. Clockwise are Ren Oberlin, Isaiah Payton, Delaney Shriver, Jaden Moneyheffer and Cooper Leininger.
Marjory Shaw and Rita Whaley are ready to enjoy some soft serve ice cream.
Stella Wood enjoys petting a lamb.
Jaiden Lozier relaxes with Gemma, a 1-year-old red and white Holstein.
Harper Jeppson is all smiles about seeing a llama.
This Hereford barrow seems to have a problem seeing.
Jacob Vargo gives his Nubian goats some popcorn as a treat.
This goat decided he would smile for the camera.
Katie and Elizabeth Schmidt were prepared for the rain Monday evening with their umbrellas and rain jackets.
Many found it was a good time to get a bite to eat during the rain Monday evening at local clubs’ food stands where a roof or a tent could keep them dry.
This group found a way to stay dry at the Etna Green Lions Club food stand during the rain Monday evening.