Fair Livestock 2017 

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Sydney Miller, a member of the Arcata FFA, prepped her Supreme Champion market lamb in the holding area prior to the Junior Livestock Auction on Sunday at the Humboldt County Fair.
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Makayla Wilson, of the Fortuna FFA, led off the Junior Livestock Auction with her Grand Champion chickens.
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Rylan Lommori, of the Hydesville 4-H club, said his Grand Champion turkey was the easiest of the six animals he entered in the Humboldt County Fair (pig, lamb, chicken, pygmy goat, goat and turkey). Entering six animals allowed him to compete for the Joanne Davenport Memorial belt buckle for the all-around showmanship award.
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Rylan Lommori, of the Hydesville 4-H club, walked his Grand Champion turkey around the auction ring to encourage bidding during the Junior Livestock Auction at the Humboldt County Fair on Sunday.
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For the traditional photo with the buyer with the winning bid, Makayla Wilson, of the Fortuna FFA, and her Grand Champion chickens were joined by Brenda McKenzie and Ryan, and Hunter and Mikenna Reback.
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Jocie Hague, of the Arcata Bottoms 4-H club, showed off her Grand Champion Hereford-Charolais cross to attract bids for auctioneer Lee Mora.
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As a long-time supporter of 4-H and FFA, Dr. Alan French, of Fortuna, bid successfully for Breyanna Taylor's Grand Champion rabbit. Taylor is member of the Ferndale 4-H club.
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Makenzie Renner, of the Ferndale FFA, and her Reserve Champion steer posed with Ryan and Mikenna Reback and Brenda McKenzie, the winning bidders.
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Zinnia Clifford won a first-place blue ribbon for her "Paranormal" painting in the age 7-11 Youth Art category at the Humboldt County Fair.
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Prepping for her approaching moment in the Junior Livestock Auction on Sunday, McKenna Brown got a helping hand from Randee Norwood. Both are members of the Fortuna FFA.
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Jocie Hague, of the Arcata Bottoms 4-H club, got in a last-minute pose for a photo with her Grand Champion Hereford-Charolais cross in the holding area.
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Emmie (left), 8, of McKinleyville, and Irie, 7, of Fortuna, helped keep everyone in the audience stay hydrated on a hot Sunday afternoon at the Junior Livestock Auction at the Humboldt County Fair.
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Sydney Miller, a member of the Arcata FFA, managed a smile while helping pose her Supreme Champion market lamb.
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Auctioneer Lee Mora, owner of the Humboldt Auction Yard in Fortuna, volunteered his skills to find the highest bidder at during the Junior Livestock Auction.
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Longtime Ferndale resident Donell McCanless demonstrated her 30-plus years of spinning skills using dog hair, cat hair, alpaca wool and even bear fur in Belotti Hall at the Humboldt County Fair on Sunday. Lucille Scilaccie, of Ferndale, was assisting her by carding the supply of dog hair.
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The Chicago Boyz demonstrated their acrobatic skills by leaping over several audience volunteers and an ever-increasing number of Boyz members at the Humboldt County Fair on Sunday.
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The midway rides were a popular way to catch a cool breeze.
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A member of the Cortez Aerial show demonstrated her skills and stamina with 26 exercise hoops on Sunday Afternoon at the Humboldt County Fair.
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Makayla Wilson, of the Fortuna FFA, led off the Junior Livestock Auction with her Grand Champion chickens.

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