#AgLife: A Day at the Fair

    There may be life off the ranch, but any Fremont County farmer or rancher will tell you – The #aglife is “the good life!” #Aglife is a County 10 series, brought to you by Wyoming Community Bank, that pulls the curtain back on farm and ranch life in Fremont County.

    The crowd sings Take Me Home Country Roads – h/t John Gabrielsen

    Activities at the Fremont County Fair begin early in the morning with feeding, watering, and cleaning stalls for the livestock exhibitors.

    The fair has something for all ages – h/t Randy Tucker

    The rest of the day is spent in competition, washing, trimming, and keeping the stalls clean. There is still plenty of time for fun and socializing.

    Contestants looking to the crowd for help in a trivia contest – h/t Randy Tucker

    Checking out the exhibits in the Armory and Heritage Hall along with the other barns breaks up the day until it’s time for the late afternoon, and early evening shows to begin.

    Dust off Tuesday afternoon – h/t Randy Tucker
    Classic Air Ambulance clears the Heritage Hall – h/t Randy Tucker

    Then it’s the Wind River Rodeo Roundup, the Ranchers Rodeo, Figure 8 Races, and whatever fun evening events the fair can offer each year.

    Linemen for High Plains Power fold the flag after flying from the extended bucket on their truck – h/t Randy Tucker

    It’s a full day that stretches to a tiring week, especially for the parents who support the 4H and FFA youth.

    Rancher Mike Ruby trying a bull – h/t John Gabrielsen

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