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Pigeon Bantam Show and Swap weekend

For close to seven decades, the Beaver Pigeon and Bantam Club (BPBC) has been bringing together poultry and pigeon fanciers from across Dodge County. On October 10th the Dodge County Fairgrounds will bring them all together, when it holds the 69th annual Beaver Pigeon and Bantam [...]

By |2020-10-02T20:48:06-05:00Sunday, October 4, 2020|Livestock Show|0 Comments

Youth livestock expo provides Dodge County youth with socially-distanced outlet to showcase projects

The Dodge County Fairgrounds will host the Dodge County Youth Livestock Expo on August 7-9. The purpose of this upcoming event is to provide local youth with an opportunity to exhibit their recent animal projects at a live showcase setting, during these restricted times. Interested participants [...]

By |2020-07-30T08:16:34-05:00Thursday, July 30, 2020|Livestock Show|0 Comments

Local youth to showcase birds at special event Sunday, after cancellation of fair

This Sunday, the Beaver Pigeon and Bantam Club (BPBC) will be hosting a much-anticipated opportunity for local youth to showcase their poultry projects. The BPBC is inviting youth participants (19 years and younger) to participate in this one day It’s Not Fair BPBC Youth Poultry Show. [...]

By |2020-07-28T20:24:26-05:00Tuesday, July 28, 2020|Livestock Show|0 Comments

Dodge County 4-H teen works to include special-needs children in county-fair pig show

Two years ago, a brief encounter with an autistic child at the Dodge County Fair altered Kaitlin Neu’s life for good. Today, she’s working with a dedicated team to bring the Pig Pals Swine Spectacular, a pig show for youth with disabilities, to the Dodge County [...]

By |2019-07-25T20:38:29-05:00Thursday, July 25, 2019|County Fair, Livestock Show|0 Comments

Wisconsin Holstein shows scheduled in Dodge County

Both events are free and open to the public at the Dodge County Fairgrounds. The morning and afternoon events will be held rain or shine. Close to 100 attendees are expected to be in attendance, along with more than eighty Wisconsin cattle.

By |2019-06-05T16:38:45-05:00Wednesday, June 5, 2019|Livestock Show|0 Comments
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