4-H reports fair events 'incredibly successful'

 

Last updated 7/27/2021 at 11:40am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

People look at sheep in the 4-H holding pens July 15 in the Bigger Better Barn at the Great Northern Fair. Montana State University Hill County Extension Agent Kati Purkett said this year's fair was "incredibly successful" for 4-H.

By all accounts, 4-H's activities at this year's Great Northern Fair were incredibly successful, from the students presentations to the shows and the livestock sale, practically everything saw bigger crowds and made more money than last year.

Montana State University Hill County Extension Agent Kati Purkett said the livestock sale brought in just less than $215,000, up $32,000 from last year, and featured more market beef, lambs and pigs.

Purkett said all of 4-H's animal shows went well without any major logistical or technical hiccups and she said she wanted to thank the Hill County Fair...



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