The Fair through the eyes of a child


Dillion Schulte, 7, of Owensville, brushes his Hereford, Cha-Ching, before showing him Sunday morning in the Coliseum of the Missouri State Fairgrounds.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Wyatt Tyre, left, listens and smiles while his little brother Charlie Tyre explains where he wants to go next while standing outside the Missouri Farm Bureau Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning. The two decided to visit the tractor exhibits with their family.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Rhett Sneed, 4, of Sedalia, carefully inspects a 5065 John Deere outside the Coliseum Sunday morning.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Brayden Kisner, 8, of Bourbon, watches his cousin prepare to enter the MFA Arena on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning. Kisner showed his Charolais earlier and won his class. It was his first time to exhibit at the State fair.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Breckin “Bacon” Ferrier, 2, of Rogersville, tries on hats at the family’s tent Ferrier’s on Saturday morning. The family has a variety of western items including hats and belt buckles for sale throughout the Fair.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Kaden Oats, 6, makes “snow angels” in the bedding chips Monday morning after helping to spread a layer of the bedding on the floor of the Swine Pavilion. Oats, who is from Paris, said he wanted to help out because he was going to show at the Fair Tuesday.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Anna Garland, 3, of Richmond, hugs one of the frogs outside the Missouri Department of Conservation at the Missouri State Fair Saturday morning. It was Garland’s first visit to the Missouri State Fair. Her family recently moved to the state from Tennessee.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Dillion Schulte, 7, of Owensville, brushes his Hereford, Cha-Ching, before showing him Sunday morning in the Coliseum of the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

Wyatt Tyre, left, listens and smiles while his little brother Charlie Tyre explains where he wants to go next while standing outside the Missouri Farm Bureau Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning. The two decided to visit the tractor exhibits with their family.

Rhett Sneed, 4, of Sedalia, carefully inspects a 5065 John Deere outside the Coliseum Sunday morning.

Brayden Kisner, 8, of Bourbon, watches his cousin prepare to enter the MFA Arena on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning. Kisner showed his Charolais earlier and won his class. It was his first time to exhibit at the State fair.

Breckin “Bacon” Ferrier, 2, of Rogersville, tries on hats at the family’s tent Ferrier’s on Saturday morning. The family has a variety of western items including hats and belt buckles for sale throughout the Fair.

Kaden Oats, 6, makes “snow angels” in the bedding chips Monday morning after helping to spread a layer of the bedding on the floor of the Swine Pavilion. Oats, who is from Paris, said he wanted to help out because he was going to show at the Fair Tuesday.

Anna Garland, 3, of Richmond, hugs one of the frogs outside the Missouri Department of Conservation at the Missouri State Fair Saturday morning. It was Garland’s first visit to the Missouri State Fair. Her family recently moved to the state from Tennessee.

Dillion Schulte, 7, of Owensville, brushes his Hereford, Cha-Ching, before showing him Sunday morning in the Coliseum of the Missouri State Fairgrounds.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_tsd081616kidsphotos1.jpgDillion Schulte, 7, of Owensville, brushes his Hereford, Cha-Ching, before showing him Sunday morning in the Coliseum of the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Wyatt Tyre, left, listens and smiles while his little brother Charlie Tyre explains where he wants to go next while standing outside the Missouri Farm Bureau Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning. The two decided to visit the tractor exhibits with their family.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_tsd081616fairkids2.jpgWyatt Tyre, left, listens and smiles while his little brother Charlie Tyre explains where he wants to go next while standing outside the Missouri Farm Bureau Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning. The two decided to visit the tractor exhibits with their family. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Rhett Sneed, 4, of Sedalia, carefully inspects a 5065 John Deere outside the Coliseum Sunday morning.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_tsd081616fairkids3.jpgRhett Sneed, 4, of Sedalia, carefully inspects a 5065 John Deere outside the Coliseum Sunday morning. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Brayden Kisner, 8, of Bourbon, watches his cousin prepare to enter the MFA Arena on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning. Kisner showed his Charolais earlier and won his class. It was his first time to exhibit at the State fair.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_tsd061818fairkids4jpg.jpgBrayden Kisner, 8, of Bourbon, watches his cousin prepare to enter the MFA Arena on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning. Kisner showed his Charolais earlier and won his class. It was his first time to exhibit at the State fair. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Breckin “Bacon” Ferrier, 2, of Rogersville, tries on hats at the family’s tent Ferrier’s on Saturday morning. The family has a variety of western items including hats and belt buckles for sale throughout the Fair.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_tsd081616fairkids5.jpgBreckin “Bacon” Ferrier, 2, of Rogersville, tries on hats at the family’s tent Ferrier’s on Saturday morning. The family has a variety of western items including hats and belt buckles for sale throughout the Fair. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Kaden Oats, 6, makes “snow angels” in the bedding chips Monday morning after helping to spread a layer of the bedding on the floor of the Swine Pavilion. Oats, who is from Paris, said he wanted to help out because he was going to show at the Fair Tuesday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_tsd081616fairkids6a.jpgKaden Oats, 6, makes “snow angels” in the bedding chips Monday morning after helping to spread a layer of the bedding on the floor of the Swine Pavilion. Oats, who is from Paris, said he wanted to help out because he was going to show at the Fair Tuesday. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Anna Garland, 3, of Richmond, hugs one of the frogs outside the Missouri Department of Conservation at the Missouri State Fair Saturday morning. It was Garland’s first visit to the Missouri State Fair. Her family recently moved to the state from Tennessee.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_tsd081616fairkids6.jpgAnna Garland, 3, of Richmond, hugs one of the frogs outside the Missouri Department of Conservation at the Missouri State Fair Saturday morning. It was Garland’s first visit to the Missouri State Fair. Her family recently moved to the state from Tennessee. Hope Lecchi | Democrat
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