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Video: Wednesday at the Kandiyohi County Fair

Opening Day at the Kandiyohi County Fair is 80 degrees and sunny but the 4H livestock is comfortable thanks to their youthful caretakers in the long barns. Activities included 4H and/or FFA judging in beef, horse, swine and goats.

Opening Day at the Kandiyohi County Fair is 80 degrees and sunny but the 4H livestock is comfortable thanks to their youthful caretakers in the long barns. Activities included 4H and/or FFA judging in beef, horse, swine and goats. 

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