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Bryan Co. Fair Gets Underway

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DURANT, OK -- Excitement is in the air at the Bryan County fairgrounds, as people were getting their cows, and sheep and pigs ready for the fair.

They brought in animals from all around the county on Thursday to be weighed and judged as part of the annual Bryan County Free Fair. The animals will appear in several shows starting tonight and continuing for the next two days.

"It's a real good experience for these kids to showcase their animals be able to show the public what we do and how we treat our animals," says extension agent Robert Bourne.

There will be a carnival in the evenings, a goat show on Friday, and a beef show on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. The fair will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.