The bulk of the animal judging competitions are over, and the focus shifts toward entertainment at the Knox County Fair. The final three animal judging activities happen today and tomorrow– with the llama and alpaca contest at nine a-m, and the start of the two-day Halter Class horse judging also starting at nine. The Halter Class will end its two-day competition tomorrow.
Knox County Fair spokeswoman Andrea Chattin says showmanship will take center stage tonight in the 4-H Exhibition Barn. Also, the annual 4-H Livestock Auction is set for five-30 tomorrow evening in the 4-H Arena. Chattin says despite the pandemic, last year’s auction set a record.
Just before tomorrow night’t auction, the ten-year members of 4-H will be honored with awards for their contributions to Knox County 4-H.