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Fair Week, July In WI, Etc....

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Agri King

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My oldest boys 1st fair calf... Dads Jerseys... 2nd crop hay...tractors for the farm tractor pull....

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KevinBfromIllinois

07-24-2014 13:15:47




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 Re: Fair Week, July In WI, Etc.... in reply to Agri King, 07-22-2014 20:47:17  
Eric good luck to your son at the fair my granddaughter is also going to her first 4H showing at the fair with a Hereford heifer and cross bred steer, just want to say thats a nice looking 706 IH giving you hand good luck with your tractor pull.



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McKerrow630

07-23-2014 16:16:12




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 Re: Fair Week, July In WI, Etc.... in reply to Agri King, 07-22-2014 20:47:17  
Eric, Great pic's have a great week at the fair. Give my best to the little fella in showmanship class. My 1st was a guersey calf she and I went to the fair for 7 yrs. she also went to the state fair before she retired. I hope your son continues showing. God Bless



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Chuck Machinist

07-23-2014 15:42:27




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 Re: Fair Week, July In WI, Etc.... in reply to Agri King, 07-22-2014 20:47:17  
My first calf was a Holstein. Princess Anne was her name. I see the pride in his eyes and heart. I got a check from the Carnation milk Co. for $5.25 every two weeks .I had my own can number also. The best ribbon I could get at the fair was a red ribbon 2nd place. I am pleased to see young people like yours carrying on a proud agriculture tradition. Thanks for a great memory! Chuck

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1370rod

07-23-2014 11:01:57




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 Re: Fair Week, July In WI, Etc.... in reply to Agri King, 07-22-2014 20:47:17  
Very nice pics Eric. What weight classes will the tractors pull in?



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vac400

07-23-2014 05:57:26




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 Re: Fair Week, July In WI, Etc.... in reply to Agri King, 07-22-2014 20:47:17  
This is what it is all about, our children taking care of the animals and working with our parents. Great pictures , good luck pulling, keep us posted . Jerry from OHIO



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Kow Farmer

07-23-2014 04:45:26




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 Re: Fair Week, July In WI, Etc.... in reply to Agri King, 07-22-2014 20:47:17  
Great pics. Kids and cattle...awesome. Good luck with the pulling tractors too.
Kow Farmer Kurt



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Don Rudolph

07-22-2014 21:30:59




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 Re: Fair Week, July In WI, Etc.... in reply to Agri King, 07-22-2014 20:47:17  
Eric,

Now that is family farming! Great pictures, good luck @ the tractor pull. Don



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