Elizabeth Herold, 15, catches one of her rabbits in front of her sister Hannah Herold, 12.
Luke Milburn assist Riley Bond in setting up her rabbits while Elizabeth Beck prepares hers during a morning market class at the Linn County Fair.
Denae Roth, 10, of Lacomb Livestock corrals her market pen of rabbits.
Dallas Headley, 12, of Lebanon preps his pig Oscar for the ring. Headley is part of Valley Wrangler 4-H club.
Cousins Gracie Mehlschau, 9, and Tessa Mehlschau, 12, of Jefferson, play with a Jersey dairy calf named Norma Jean, owned by the Krahn family.
Cole Harnar, 12, of Albany and his brother Brody Harnar, 9, wrangle their rabbits while preparing to show in the market class at the Linn County 4-H and FFA Fair Wednesday morning. See more Wednesday fair highlights in our online galleries.
Boden Sayer, 12, of rural Brownsville gets some alone time with his show goat, Mandy.
Hailey Mckenzie, 14, of Jefferson shears a lamb named Layla that she planned to show in the open class at the Linn County Fair.
Brock Harnar 9, of Albany and Sarah Pennick, 10, of Mill City try to control their rabbits.
Riley Bond and Elizabeth Beck show their rabbit meat pens.
Judge Gene Kneiling checks a rabbit during the market class.
Brody Harnar, 9, of Albany
Bryce Hanamoto, 12, of Albany plays a farming video game while resting on his pig Wesley and neighboring pig Princess Buttercup.
4H and FFA youth show their pigs in a market swine class at the Linn County Fair.
Tessa Thompson of Shamrock Shenanigans 4H club walks around the small animal barn with her white silky pullet "Mashmellow."
Kaden Holt, 11, of Lebanon hangs out with his pig Bandit.
Morgan Miller, 12, milks her 5-year-old goat named Trixie. It is the two's fourth fair together.
Coastal's Cole Stutlz, left, Scott Schuler and Coastal's Nick De Santiago prepare some of 22 boxes of burgers for the 4H/FFA participants and their families, which is an annual Linn County Fair Tradition.
Dustin Howland, 16, of Lebanon sweeps his area of the barn. All 4H and FFA youth are required to participate in "herdsmanship" which includes keeping the barns clean throughout the day.
Aleena Mitchell leads her steer Walter back to its stall after prepping it for an evening show.
All week long more than 100 volunteers help transport people from parking lots to the Linn County Fair entrance, pick up trash, clean restroom…
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