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Showing sheep in the crossbred division Thursday night are, from left, Kari Jordan, Emmie Schober and Sadie Schober.
Myla Woods (of Alton) smiles on her way to taking first place in sheep showmanship in the 9-11 age group Thursday in the livestock arena at the Houston Area Chamber of Commerce Fairgrounds.
Sisters Kinley, left, and Alexis Hoehner (of Graff) show does during breeding goat competition Thursday at the 2021 Texas County Fair.
Kinley Hoehner and her goat have a brief disagreement during competition Thursday night.
Yukon twins Mason, left, and Eagan Law show dairy cattle Wednesday night in the arena at the Houston Area Chamber of Commerce Fairgrounds.
Nathan Stallcup and his goat were decked out in Hawaiian garb during the annual Sheep and Goat Fashion show Thursday night.
Dressed as “Little Bo Peep,” Myla Woods (of Alton) took the first-place trophy during the annual “Sheep and Goat Fashion Show” Thursday night at the Texas County Fair.
Livestock judge Spencer Scott (a teacher at Redlands Community College in El Reno, Okla.) considers options during beef showmanship competition Friday morning at the Texas County Fair.
Lane Medlin, of Koshkonong, stands with his animal while competing in the senior showmanship category during beef competition Friday morning at the Texas County Fair.
Judge Spencer Scott considers entries during hog showing competition Thursday morning at the Texas County Fair.
Alaina Witte smiles after hearing that her Californian breed rabbit (shown next to her) won the Best in Show award during youth showing competition Tuesday at the Texas County Fair.
Poultry judge Dalton Connell, of Crocker, examines a bird during chicken showing competition Wednesday at the Texas County Fair.
Brody Reese smiles while showing his tiny dairy goat that took the top prize in its category.
An outdoor table and chair set made by Summersville resident Tabitha Wuertley earned an award in the ag mechanics youth welding category. Items used in the project include milk cans, saw blades, horseshoes, a deer stand seat and a tractor chain and gears.
Houston resident Shiane Parish sits with her dairy goats while awaiting judging Wednesday afternoon in the arena at the Houston Area Chamber of Commerce Fairgrounds.

Doug Davison

Doug Davison is a writer, photographer and newsroom assistant for the Houston Herald. Contact him by phone at 417-967-2000 or by email at ddavison@houstonherald.com.

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