Hoppin’ good time at the Fair


Joker, a Holland lop buck, rests in its coop after day one of competition at the 4H & FFA Rabbit Show. Joker is one of eight rabbits showed by Becca Younce, a middle school student from Knob Noster.


Jelly Bean, a Netherland dwarf buck, poses in its coop beside a chew toy. Becca Younce, owner of the hare, said Bean is her favorite rabbit of the eight she showed at the Missouri State Fair. Bean turns one year old Sept. 17.


Becca Younce, 13, picks up Jelly Bean after demonstrating how rabbits are judged at the Missouri State Fair 4H & FFA Rabbit Show. Younce said she began showing rabbits last year. The 4H & FFA Rabbit Show took place August 20 at 21 in the Poultry & Rabbit building.


Becca Younce bunches Jelly Bean into posing position. Judges assess the rabbit’s ball-like resting stance, feet position and fur color. Amy Younce, Becca’s mother, said Jelly Bean performed well for the judges on day one of the Missouri State Fair 4H & FFA Rabbit Show.


Joker, a Holland lop buck, rests in its coop after day one of competition at the 4H & FFA Rabbit Show. Joker is one of eight rabbits showed by Becca Younce, a middle school student from Knob Noster.

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Joker, a Holland lop buck, rests in its coop after day one of competition at the 4H & FFA Rabbit Show. Joker is one of eight rabbits showed by Becca Younce, a middle school student from Knob Noster.

Jelly Bean, a Netherland dwarf buck, poses in its coop beside a chew toy. Becca Younce, owner of the hare, said Bean is her favorite rabbit of the eight she showed at the Missouri State Fair. Bean turns one year old Sept. 17.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_TSD082115FFA4HRabbits2.jpgJelly Bean, a Netherland dwarf buck, poses in its coop beside a chew toy. Becca Younce, owner of the hare, said Bean is her favorite rabbit of the eight she showed at the Missouri State Fair. Bean turns one year old Sept. 17.

Becca Younce, 13, picks up Jelly Bean after demonstrating how rabbits are judged at the Missouri State Fair 4H & FFA Rabbit Show. Younce said she began showing rabbits last year. The 4H & FFA Rabbit Show took place August 20 at 21 in the Poultry & Rabbit building.

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Becca Younce, 13, picks up Jelly Bean after demonstrating how rabbits are judged at the Missouri State Fair 4H & FFA Rabbit Show. Younce said she began showing rabbits last year. The 4H & FFA Rabbit Show took place August 20 at 21 in the Poultry & Rabbit building.

Becca Younce bunches Jelly Bean into posing position. Judges assess the rabbit’s ball-like resting stance, feet position and fur color. Amy Younce, Becca’s mother, said Jelly Bean performed well for the judges on day one of the Missouri State Fair 4H & FFA Rabbit Show.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_TSD082115FFA4HRabbits4.jpgBecca Younce bunches Jelly Bean into posing position. Judges assess the rabbit’s ball-like resting stance, feet position and fur color. Amy Younce, Becca’s mother, said Jelly Bean performed well for the judges on day one of the Missouri State Fair 4H & FFA Rabbit Show.

Joker, a Holland lop buck, rests in its coop after day one of competition at the 4H & FFA Rabbit Show. Joker is one of eight rabbits showed by Becca Younce, a middle school student from Knob Noster.

Jelly Bean, a Netherland dwarf buck, poses in its coop beside a chew toy. Becca Younce, owner of the hare, said Bean is her favorite rabbit of the eight she showed at the Missouri State Fair. Bean turns one year old Sept. 17.

Becca Younce, 13, picks up Jelly Bean after demonstrating how rabbits are judged at the Missouri State Fair 4H & FFA Rabbit Show. Younce said she began showing rabbits last year. The 4H & FFA Rabbit Show took place August 20 at 21 in the Poultry & Rabbit building.

Becca Younce bunches Jelly Bean into posing position. Judges assess the rabbit’s ball-like resting stance, feet position and fur color. Amy Younce, Becca’s mother, said Jelly Bean performed well for the judges on day one of the Missouri State Fair 4H & FFA Rabbit Show.

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