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Lincoln County 4-H goat show

It was limited due to Covid-19 restrictions but was live streamed for those who couldn't be in there.
4-h goat show at the fairgrounds
4-h goat show at the fairgrounds(Holly Barraclough)
Published: Jul. 24, 2020 at 10:49 AM CDT
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NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - The 4-H presentations continued Thursday afternoon with the goat show.

Goats were being shown at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds.

They limited the number of people in the show arena to 125 and they asked families to sit together and six feet away from other groups.

9-year-old goat show participant Gavon Schurr said he has a learned a lot about goats by showing them in 4-H.

“Twenty nin, which is that one back, there she weighs about 70 pounds and we got her out of the pen about three days ago because we put her across the road and she’s doing really good because we’ve been working with her a lot and then I have a weather which is right there with the red halter and he has been stubborn a lot,” said Schurr.

He said he got into showing goats because his family has been involved.

“It’s kind of part of our family tradition, we always have shown calves and goats well my dad showed lambs goats are kind of a new thing they’re going to be stubborn at first so you just have to tuck on them a little bit, but don’t drag them.”

Gavon Schurr is in 3rd grade in Maywood, Nebraska.

The show was live streamed on the Lincoln County Ag Societies YouTube for those not able to attend.

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