2020 Grand Champion Market Goat: Garret Britton; Reserve Champion Market Goat: Allisen Jones, Hare & Livestock Raisers; 3rd, Rylee Elliott, Amazing Country Kids; 4th, Macie Elliott, Amazing Country Kids; 5th, Hailee Smith, P.V. Hustlers
Class 1: 1st, Madison Leach, Country Kids; 2nd, Logan Miller, We Feed ‘Em Well; 3rd, Parker Bodary, We Feed ‘Em Well; 4th, Camron Naumovski, Clover Bees; 5th, Adam Leeth, Barnyard Buddies; 6th, Malina Bayless, Gone Country; 7th, Kaitlyn Dickey, Born in a Barn
Class 2: 1st; Jackson Crago, Buckskin Ramblers; 2nd, Chloe Johnson, Boots N Bows; 3rd, Gabriel Corcoran, We Feed ‘Em Well; 4th, Isaiah Schmidt, Country Kids; 5th, Lakota Cundiff, Barnyard Buckeyes
Class 3: 1st, Olivia Stonerock, Nutty Buddies; 2nd, Chloe Johnson, Boots N Bows; 3rd, Alli McGuire, Elite Eagles; 4th, Madison Sturgell, All American Achievers; 5th, Raegan Gilliland, Deerfield Happy Helpers
Class BNA: 1st, Jayden Higgins, P.V. Hustlers Class BNB: 1st, Kendra Hupp, 4-H Dog Lovers; 2nd, Brooklyn Martin, 4-H Dog Lovers; 3rd, Brooklynn Fisher-Riffle, 4-H Dog Lovers Class PN: 1st, Macy Long, 4-H Dog Lovers; 2nd, Gracyn Arledge, 4-H Dog Lovers Class JRA: 1st, Cole Leasure, Panther Power Class JRB: 1st, Gracyn Arledge, 4-H Dog Lovers; 2nd, Brooklyn Martin, 4-H Dog Lovers Class INTB: 1st, Brooklynn Fisher-Riffle, 4-H Dog Lovers Class SRB: 1st, Macy Long, 4-H Dog Lovers
The Ross County Fair Board voted in June to not hold a traditional fair for 2020 due to the restrictions and guidelines mandated by Governor Mike DeWine. Last week, citing a spike in COVID-19 cases statewide linked back to fairs, the Governor limited the remaining fairs for the 2020 season to Junior Fair only. Because of the decision made by the Ross County Fair, they were ready with a plan to hold their shows.
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There will be two rotations of animals: (Rotation 1) Dogs, Goats, Horses, Poultry and Sheep Saturday through Tuesday (Rotation 2) Beef, Cavy, Hogs and Rabbits Wednesday through Saturday. The fairgrounds will be cleared Tuesday evening for sanitizing.
Participants have been given directives for their animals following their shows for the release and removal from the grounds.
The shows will not be open to the public and only those with wristbands distributed by the fair will be permitted on the grounds. Masks will be required for those on the grounds.
Here’s the 2020 Ross County Junior Fair schedule of events for the shows for animals beginning Saturday.
SATURDAY – AUGUST 8:
8:30am: Dog Show
4:00pm-9:00pm: Move-in and Rolling Weigh-in for Goats, Poultry, Sheep