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Judging the fairest animals at the Ogle County Fair

Published: Friday, Aug. 1, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT
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Teddy Beauchem of Bits 'n Reins 4-H Club stands with her 3-year-old horse, Sundance, before entering the show ring Thursday morning at the Ogle County Fair in rural Oregon.
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The Ogle County Fair in rural Oregon was in full swing Thursday morning, beginning with animal judging. Olivia Wynn of the Bits 'N' Reins 4-H Club waited with her horse before their turn to enter the show ring.
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Ogle Jolly 4-H Club member Zeke Horn feeds his sheep Thursday morning at the Ogle County Fair in rural Oregon.
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Kyle Hemmersbach, of the By-Y-Badgers 4-H Club, leads his pig around the show ring Thursday morning. He was competing for the reserve grand champion.
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Kyle Blum, 14, a member of the Pine Creek Valley 4-H Club, rests with his steer Thursday morning at the Ogle County Fair.

Teddy Beachem of Bits 'n Reins 4-H Club stands with her 3-year-old horse, Sundance, before entering the show ring Thursday morning at the Ogle County Fair in rural Oregon.

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