TORRINGTON – The 2022 Goshen County Fair is in full swing as of Thursday. The fair opened around 9 a.m. as pickups with cattle trailers lined the western edge of the fairgrounds as participants awaited their check-in.
In the cattle barn, Goshen Vet Clinic’s Dr. Brent Kaufman, DVM, and Veterinary Technician Baillie Mutchler drew blood and weighed cattle for the Supreme Cow Program.
Following the weigh-in and blood draw, participants were interviewed for the program.
4-H interviewing and judging opened in the 4-H building Saturday morning while the Goshen County Team Roping event took place in the Sunshine Arena.
Families lined up at the Ag Hall office Saturday morning to check-in projects and met with judges and clerks shortly thereafter to present their projects.
The fabric and fashion judging followed that afternoon in the Rendezvous Center. The cat show then took place at 5 p.m. in the Rendezvous Center.
The Platte Valley Companies Rubber Check Race kicked-off at 6 p.m. in the Pavilion with the Calcutta starting at 6 p.m.
The results from the rubber check race will be posted in the Telegram as soon as they are made available.
Sunday saw a congregation of its own in the Grass Show Ring for an 8 a.m. church service.
Monday morning began with the Horse Show in the Pavilion. Showmanship, halter and performance exhibitions took place as part of the show while the Swine Barn was abuzz with the Market Swine, Market Lamb, Market Goat and Market Beef weigh-ins taking place.
The Breeding Meat Goat, Breeding Sheep and Breeding Swine shows took place in the Grass Show Ring that afternoon.
Tuesday morning kicked-off with the Dog Agility Show in the Rendezvous Center. Photos from the show will appear in Friday’s Telegram due to printing deadlines.
To see the results of all fair competitions, please see our upcoming tabloid, Goshen County Post-Fair, to be included in an upcoming edition of the Torrington Telegram and Lingle Guide.