Isaac enjoyed petting the little lambs! They were soo soft and sooo cute!
I got to hold a baby goat (kid)! It was so tiny and so adorable!
This little piglet was one of Isaac's favorite animals to see and touch. It had a tiny, wiggly tail that seemed to spin around and around as it walked around.
Isaac was especially fascinated by the piglet's tail, as it twirled around and around! It was so funny!
This sheep was babysitting these two baby goats (kids)! I'm not sure if it was voluntary or not! I think those two kids thought it was their Mommy, and the sheep didn't have the heart to move and make them fall off of its back.
One area of the livestock show included an activity for kids to learn about eating from all the five food groups. They had stickers with veggies, bread, meat, dairy, and fruits to put on a sheet of paper with a plate/tray on it. Isaac enjoyed sticking the stickers on with Mommy's help.
Here is a picture of Isaac looking at the baby piglets nursing on their mommy.
This exhibit taught the kids about how to milk a cow. It was a plastic cow with rubbery udders that they could hook the milkers onto.
Every year they have a green "hillside" set up where people can sit and watch a cow being milked. My niece, Sarah came and sat beside me and smiled so sweetly! She's sooooo cute!
Meanwhile, Isaac went and sat beside his Uncle Daniel to watch the cow being milked. Isaac became quite attached to his uncle while they were visiting.
Here I am petting Elsie the cow, who is the mascot for Borden milk. They even polish her horns and put other decorations on her. She had a calf with her, too!
The show cows were all lined up in about 10 long rows or so. Here are some really FAT cows!
The cow above, the one on the left, was PINK ---no joke! This photo doesn't really show how truly pink this cow really was. It was all natural, too, I guess her fur was just cut really short and since she's white, she seemed pink!