WARREN COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - About 400 4-H members showcased projects and livestock at the 94th Annual Warren County 4-H Fair this week.
On Friday, the Coliseum at the Williamsport fairgrounds hosted 4-H participants and their goats.
Jason Whitaker showed an Angora goat and said his goat looks a lot like a sheep.
Whitaker said the 4-H participants have prepared all year for the fair.
"We have to take their fiber off twice a year, so we did that early in the spring, that way they don't over heat in the summer time," said Whitaker.
"I thought it was really fun at the fair. I just love the fair because I get to see all the animals," said Abby Clem, 4-H Participant
Saturday is the last day for the Warren County 4-H Fair.
Some Saturday events will include a kiddie tractor pull and a pet and hobby show.
The fair will conclude in the evening with fireworks at 10:30 p.m.
For the schedule of events at the fair, click here.
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