Developing tomorrow's exhibitors

Two Kewaunee County parents are working together to get kids into the show ring with their favorite livestock animals. Jenny Prodell and Crystal Bailey are the people behind the Blue Ribbon Livestock Camp, which will take place this May at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds. The day-long program will walk kids and their parents through what it takes to earn that blue ribbon at the county and state fair. The sessions will include how to properly wash, train, and care for your pig, cow, sheep or goat. Prodell hopes the lessons they learn at the camp are just as important as the ribbons they could potentially earn.

The Blue Ribbon Livestock Camp, which takes place on May 16th, will also feature presenters and hands-on demonstrations. 




Photo submitted by Aerica Bjurstrom

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