Missing the Junior Fair Livestock Contests at the 2020 County Fair? Find all the details to watch the shows on-line here!

If part of your Fairfield County Fair experience has always been visit the Junior Fair Livestock shows don’t worry you can still do that from the comfort of your favorite easy chair!!! Thanks to the support of several generous sponsors Innerphase Video will be on site to  bring you all of the Junior Fair Livestock Shows, beginning on Sunday October 11.   Listed below is the complete show schedule for the 2020 “Junior Fair Only”  Fairfield County Fair.

Sunday October 11th

8 a.m. Dog Show Registration and Show – Feeder Creek Vet Show Arena

10 a.m. Companion Animal Show – Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building

1:00 p.m. Junior Fair Queen Contest -Art Hall

4 p.m. Swine Showmanship – Feeder Creek Vet Arena

Monday October 12th

8 a.m. Opening Ceremony & Queen Announcement with Attendants –  Ricketts Hall

8:30 a.m. Market Swine Show – Feeder Creek Vet Arena

9 a.m. Poultry Show (Turkey & Showmanship) – Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building

11 a.m. Pygmy Goat Show – Round Cattle Barn

12:30 p.m. Poultry Show (Market & Breeding) – Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building

3 p.m. Cakes, Pies, and Candies Judging – 4-H Display Barn

Tuesday, October 13

8:30 a.m. Dairy Feeder Show – Round Cattle Barn

9 a.m. Dairy Goat Show – Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building

10 a.m. Beef Show, Breeding, Feeders, Steers – Feeder Creek Vet Show Arena

12 p.m. Meat Doe & Market Wether Goat Show – Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building

Wednesday October 14th

8:30 a.m. Horse Show Competition (Classes 1 through 33) –Horse Show Outdoor Arena

8:30 a.m. Sheep Show – Feeder Creek Vet Show Arena

8:30 a.m. Market Rabbit Show – Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building

10 a.m. Dairy Cattle Breeding Show and Showmanship – Round Cattle Barn

12:30 p.m. Rabbit Showmanship – Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building

Thursday October 15th

9 a.m. Horse Show (Classes 34 through 64) – Outdoor Horse Arena

10 a.m. Alpaca Show – Round Cattle Barn

12 p.m. Rabbit Breeding Show – Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building

5 p.m. Junior Fair Livestock Auction Session 1 – Feeder Creek Vet Arena(Market Beef, Dairy Products, Dairy Feeders and Market Swine)

Friday October 16th

10:00 a.m. Junior Fair Livestock Auction Session 2 – Feeder Creek Vet Show Arena  (Market Lambs, Market Rabbits, Market Poultry, Dairy Goat Products, Market Goats)


  1. Fairfield County Fair Facebook Page
  2. Innerphase Video Facebook Page
  3. Local Spectrum Channel 1021
  4. YouTube (Search CLN, Your Hometown Network)
  5. Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV (Search Boxcast, then IVP (Innerphase Video)
  6. Visit https://go.osu.edu/jrfairshows for the direct links in order to view it on the web.

Please note all of the Feeder Creek Vet Show Arena shows and those occurring in the Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building will be streamed live.  Those shows taking place in Round Cattle Barn and the Outdoor Horse Arena will be recorded for viewing following the completion of the live shows in the Feeder Creek Show Arena.     

There is no cost to view any of the above shows, no subscription fees thanks to our show sponsors Also, thumb drives containing each of the daily show schedules will be available for purchase.  Cost of the thumb drives that will include all the activities of each day of competitions is $20.00.  Pre-orders will be taken at the Fairfield County Agricultural Society Office beginning  Friday, October 10.  Thumb drives will be available for pick-up during the week of the Fairfield County Fair, October 11-16 at the Senior Fair Office .  For more details or questions, please contact Jim Marcinko, Fair Manager at 740-653-3041.

As a reminder, the 2020 Fairfield County Fair is a JUNIOR FAIR only Fair.  There will be no Open Class Livestock Shows, No Grandstand Entertainment, No Art Hall Exhibits,  No AgMazing Agriculture Building, No Rides and very limited food vendors and No Free Day on Sunday, October 11.  Admission to the grounds is not permitted to the the public.  Only Junior Fair Exhibitors and their immediate families will be permitted to the Livestock Shows.      

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