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Jen Carroll, right, from Whitehouse shows her son Crue Carroll, 6, how to hold the rains of their pony named "Lil Bit."

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Karen Lemle, left, helps her son Willy Lemle, 18, from Monclova and the Anthony Wayne 4-H Club, shaves their goat named "Harry" in preparation for showing.

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Aubrey Urbina, 15, from Toledo and the Broncos 4-H Club, pets her lamb "Diesel" while holding onto her turkey named "Ombre" after showing in the Junior 4-H turkey show.

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Greg Wilson, left, head of the poultry division for the fair, peaks his head through the fence to see if contestants Jacob Urbina, 10, front left, from Toledo, Trenton Patterson, front right, from Swanton, Jaydian Harris, 11, back left, from Toledo, and Joseph DiFeterici, back right, from Grand Rapids, Ohio, are ready to show their turkeys.

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Trenton Patterson, from Swanton, protects his turkey "Tank" from overactive turkeys that are ready to get into the ring.

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A champion turkey named "Thanksgiving" shown by Travis Patterson, not pictured, from Swanton.

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Aubrey Urbina, 15, from Toledo and the Broncos 4-H Club, shows her Light Weight Market turkey named "Ombre" to turkey Judge Bob Johns, center, and Greg Wilson, right, head of the fair's poultry division. Urbina took Grand Champion in the junior division and 3rd place over all for her turkey.

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Jacob Urbina, 10, left, from Toledo, eyeballs his competition, a turkey named "Tank", shown by Trenton Patterson, right, from Swanton.

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Anthony Nguyen, from Cleveland, rids his Vietnamese Egg Roll food truck of water and raises the window for customers.

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Aubrey Urbina, 15, from Toledo and the Broncos 4-H Club, shows her Light Weight Market turkey named "Ombre" to turkey Judge Bob Johns, center, and Greg Wilson, right, head of the fair's poultry division.

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Cash Carroll, 4, left, and his mother Jen Carroll, right, from Whitehouse stand on the fence to the horse ring while Cash's grandmother Jeanne Carroll's pony practices.

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Pony and horse show announcer Tim Harrison, from Toledo, stands in the announcer area getting ready for the upcoming shows.

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Historical photographs from The Lucas County Fair are available for viewing in the "gallery of Champions."

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Kylie Spencer, right, 9, from Waterville, shows her turkey to turkey Judge Bob Johns.

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Emma DiFeterici, from Grand Rapids Ohio, takes a moment away from the judges to cuddle her turkey also named "Emma" during the Junior 4-H Turkey Show.

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Emma DiFeterici, from Grand Rapids Ohio, takes a moment away from the judges and stands with her turkey also named "Emma."

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Karen Lemle, left, helps her son Willy Lemle, 18, from Monclova and the Anthony Wayne 4-H Club, shaves their goat named "Harry" in preparation for showing.

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