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Harford County Farm Fair 2021 | PHOTOS

Erin Webb, front, gets some help from her dad Todd Webb as she leads her heifer Porcini to the grooming booth to get ready for her first time showing in the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
(Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)

Harford County Farm Fair 2021 | PHOTOS

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Though the Harford County Farm Fair 2021 is a mostly virtual event again this year, some of the 4-H events got underway Monday at the fairgrounds in Bel Air.
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Erin Webb, front, gets some help from her dad Todd Webb as she leads her heifer Porcini to the grooming booth to get ready for her first time showing in the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Erin Webb, front, gets some help from her dad Todd Webb as she leads her heifer Porcini to the grooming booth to get ready for her first time showing in the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Emmalyn Hindle, left, listens carefully as poultry judge Mike Waski answers a question for her during the 4-H poultry show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Emmalyn Hindle, left, listens carefully as poultry judge Mike Waski answers a question for her during the 4-H poultry show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Troy Hutchins spends some time with his cows as they relax before the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Troy Hutchins spends some time with his cows as they relax before the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Sophia Misner takes some time to get her cross-bred heifer Lavender cleaned up in preparation for the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Sophia Misner takes some time to get her cross-bred heifer Lavender cleaned up in preparation for the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Poultry judge Mike Waski, right, talks turkey with Jeffrey Widman during the 4-H poultry show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Poultry judge Mike Waski, right, talks turkey with Jeffrey Widman during the 4-H poultry show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Peyton Donnelly wears his champion ribbon as he holds champion chicken Henrietta while watching poultry judge Mike Waski judge other birds during the 4-H poultry show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Peyton Donnelly wears his champion ribbon as he holds champion chicken Henrietta while watching poultry judge Mike Waski judge other birds during the 4-H poultry show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Sophia Holloway keeps a close eye on the judge as she makes her way into the showring with her steer in the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday July 28, 2021.
Sophia Holloway keeps a close eye on the judge as she makes her way into the showring with her steer in the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Erin Webb ,left, gets a few pointers from her dad Todd Webb about grooming her heifer Porcini as she prepares to enter the ring for the first time at the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Erin Webb ,left, gets a few pointers from her dad Todd Webb about grooming her heifer Porcini as she prepares to enter the ring for the first time at the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Poultry judge Mike Waski reaches into a pen to retrieve a chicken for judging during the 4-H poultry show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Poultry judge Mike Waski reaches into a pen to retrieve a chicken for judging during the 4-H poultry show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Cousins Sophia, left, and Chase Holloway brush their steers in preparation for the 4-H beef show at the Harford COunty Farm Fair Wednesday July 28, 2021.
Cousins Sophia, left, and Chase Holloway brush their steers in preparation for the 4-H beef show at the Harford COunty Farm Fair Wednesday July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
A group of young 4-H'ers check the schedule for the 4-H beef show before heading back to the cow barn to prepare their animals fo rthe show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
A group of young 4-H'ers check the schedule for the 4-H beef show before heading back to the cow barn to prepare their animals fo rthe show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
A champion chicken enjoys some rest after the judging in the 4-H poultry show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
A champion chicken enjoys some rest after the judging in the 4-H poultry show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Zach Rose shows some North Harford pride in his hair styling as he keeps a close eye on the judge during a turn in the ring at the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Zach Rose shows some North Harford pride in his hair styling as he keeps a close eye on the judge during a turn in the ring at the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
A group of youngsters have some fun as they wait for the action to begin in the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
A group of youngsters have some fun as they wait for the action to begin in the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Erin Webb carefully grooms her heifer Porcini as the team prepares to enter the ring for the first time during the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Erin Webb carefully grooms her heifer Porcini as the team prepares to enter the ring for the first time during the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Mackenzie Gill shows that confident smile as she leads her steer to the ring for the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Mackenzie Gill shows that confident smile as she leads her steer to the ring for the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Erin Webb tries to encourage her heifer Porcini to move with her as she leads her to the grooming stall to get ready for her first time showing in the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
Erin Webb tries to encourage her heifer Porcini to move with her as she leads her to the grooming stall to get ready for her first time showing in the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Sophia Holloway puts out a bowl of feed for her steer as she waits to make her way to the show ring for her class during the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday July 28, 2021.
Sophia Holloway puts out a bowl of feed for her steer as she waits to make her way to the show ring for her class during the 4-H beef show at the Harford County Farm Fair Wednesday July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Sophia Holloway, right, listens closely to show judge Adam Wise as they talk about her steer in the ring during the 4-H beef show at the Harford COunty Farm Fair Wednesday July 28, 2021.
Sophia Holloway, right, listens closely to show judge Adam Wise as they talk about her steer in the ring during the 4-H beef show at the Harford COunty Farm Fair Wednesday July 28, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
A group of judges debate their selections as they stand around the large table looking over some of the Harford County 4-H produce and other items during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
A group of judges debate their selections as they stand around the large table looking over some of the Harford County 4-H produce and other items during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Brianna Kerns, front, and Brogan Thompson, second from left, and members of the Harford County 4-H Flaming Arrows Archery Club have some fun shooting after participating in the club's contest at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Brianna Kerns, front, and Brogan Thompson, second from left, and members of the Harford County 4-H Flaming Arrows Archery Club have some fun shooting after participating in the club's contest at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Judge Petra Merryman lays out some of the tie-dyed T-Shirts to be judged for the craft items from Harford County 4-H during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Judge Petra Merryman lays out some of the tie-dyed T-Shirts to be judged for the craft items from Harford County 4-H during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Ashley Kerns, back, tries to help fellow 4-H Flaming Arrows Archery Club member Logan Hill cool off a bit after the club's archery competition at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Ashley Kerns, back, tries to help fellow 4-H Flaming Arrows Archery Club member Logan Hill cool off a bit after the club's archery competition at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Participant James Ortt carefully navigates his lawn tractor through the course under the watchful eye of judge Dwayne Murphy during the lawn tractor driving contest at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Participant James Ortt carefully navigates his lawn tractor through the course under the watchful eye of judge Dwayne Murphy during the lawn tractor driving contest at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Cake decorating judges Elizabeth McNeeley, left, and Chris Clafferty get down to business judging a few of the several decorated cakes during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Cake decorating judges Elizabeth McNeeley, left, and Chris Clafferty get down to business judging a few of the several decorated cakes during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Judges Jeanie Lawes, left, and Marcia Neuberger place ribbons on some of the 4-H artwork after the judging during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Judges Jeanie Lawes, left, and Marcia Neuberger place ribbons on some of the 4-H artwork after the judging during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Participant James Ortt carefully navigates his lawn tractor through the course under the watchful eye of judge Dwayne Murphy during the lawn tractor driving contest at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Participant James Ortt carefully navigates his lawn tractor through the course under the watchful eye of judge Dwayne Murphy during the lawn tractor driving contest at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Brogan Thompson, front, and Brianna Kerns, second from left, and members of the Harford County 4-H Flaming Arrows Archery Club have some fun shooting after participating in the club's contest at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Brogan Thompson, front, and Brianna Kerns, second from left, and members of the Harford County 4-H Flaming Arrows Archery Club have some fun shooting after participating in the club's contest at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Judge Petra Merryman lays out some of the tie-dyed T-Shirts to be judged for the craft items from Harford County 4-H during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Judge Petra Merryman lays out some of the tie-dyed T-Shirts to be judged for the craft items from Harford County 4-H during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Cake decorating judge Chris Clafferty retrieves one of the cakes to be judged from the refrigerator as she and fellow judge Elizabeth McNeeley get down to business during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Cake decorating judge Chris Clafferty retrieves one of the cakes to be judged from the refrigerator as she and fellow judge Elizabeth McNeeley get down to business during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
A group of judges debate their selections as they stand around the large table looking over some of the Harford County 4-H items to be judged during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
A group of judges debate their selections as they stand around the large table looking over some of the Harford County 4-H items to be judged during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Cake decorating judges Elizabeth McNeeley, left, and Chris Clafferty get down to business judging a few of the several decorated cakes during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Cake decorating judges Elizabeth McNeeley, left, and Chris Clafferty get down to business judging a few of the several decorated cakes during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
A group of judges debate their selections as they stand around the large table looking over some of the Harford County 4-H produce and other items during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
A group of judges debate their selections as they stand around the large table looking over some of the Harford County 4-H produce and other items during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Judge Marcia Neuberger places ribbons on some of the 4-H artwork after the judging during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Judge Marcia Neuberger places ribbons on some of the 4-H artwork after the judging during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
A group of judges debate their selections as they stand around the large table looking over some of the Harford County 4-H produce and other items during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
A group of judges debate their selections as they stand around the large table looking over some of the Harford County 4-H produce and other items during the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
Harford County Farm Fair 2021
Participant James Ortt carefully navigates his lawn tractor through the course under the watchful eye of judge Dwayne Murphy during the lawn tractor driving contest at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021.
Participant James Ortt carefully navigates his lawn tractor through the course under the watchful eye of judge Dwayne Murphy during the lawn tractor driving contest at the Harford County Farm Fair Monday, July 26 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)
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