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was the first of several busy days at the Hancock County Fair as the local
farming community shows off their hard work.
fair is a place where farm life meets city life. It's one of the few times of
the year when farmers get a chance to show city folk what they do and where
their food comes from.
exhibit drawing big crowds this year is the pregnant pigs. Some spectators may
get the chance to witness a live birth. Two litters of piglets are expected to
be born this week, and TV screens in the Legacy Pavilion will allow people to
Horner, who brings the residents of Fox Run Manor to the fair every year, says
this is something people who live in the city shouldn't miss.
don't get to see it every day, but this is nice," Horner said. "I think young
people, especially, should be out here watching this."