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Ouray County Fair livestock show and sale go on despite pandemic.

  • Austyn Goode of Montrose pets Snickerdoodle, her Yorkshire cross hog, after the Ouray County Fair livestock auction on Saturday. Snickerdoodle weighed 222 pounds and Goode received the grand champion prize for showmanship and third place for market swine in the fair.
    Austyn Goode of Montrose pets Snickerdoodle, her Yorkshire cross hog, after the Ouray County Fair livestock auction on Saturday. Snickerdoodle weighed 222 pounds and Goode received the grand champion prize for showmanship and third place for market swine in the fair.
  • Austyn Goode gets a kiss from Snickerdoodle, her Yorkshire cross hog.
    Austyn Goode gets a kiss from Snickerdoodle, her Yorkshire cross hog.
  • Paige Coliins of Montrose gets ready to sell her market turkeys at the 2020 Ouray County Fair on Saturday.
    Paige Coliins of Montrose gets ready to sell her market turkeys at the 2020 Ouray County Fair on Saturday.
  • Ouray County 4-H member Tessa Hilleman stands with her grand champion market lambs after the fair livestock auction on Saturday. Despite the pandemic and limited events at the fair, attendance at the sale attracted a larger audience than last year and 4-H members were able to sell the animals they worked hard to raise this year.
    Ouray County 4-H member Tessa Hilleman stands with her grand champion market lambs after the fair livestock auction on Saturday. Despite the pandemic and limited events at the fair, attendance at the sale attracted a larger audience than last year and 4-H members were able to sell the animals they worked hard to raise this year.
  • Kimber Cook of Ridgway shows her reserve champion steer to the audience at the 4-H livestock auction at the Ouray County Fair on Saturday.
    Kimber Cook of Ridgway shows her reserve champion steer to the audience at the 4-H livestock auction at the Ouray County Fair on Saturday.
Despite the pandemic, the Ouray County Fair livestock show and sale continued this year and 4-H members were able to sell the animals they worked so hard to raise.

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