The Vanderburgh County 4-H Fair officially opens up Monday, but if you made it out Sunday, you might have seen something just as fun – the goat judging competition.
It was a barn full of people watching goats of all shapes and sizes, showing off their stuff.
The fair's president says the competition represents the spirit of the fair, especially for younger guests.
"It's good for kids to get, to learn life skills,” said Norman Reibold, “They start out at an early age, responsibility, of taking care of an animal, responsibility of doing a project."
After the goats had their turn, the fair also hosted a swine competition.
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