4-H kids borrow cows so they can show at the fair

PAIGE CHAMBERLIN, 9, snuggles up between two cows in the 4-H dairy barn at the 75th Addison County Field Days Fair on Tuesday. Like her father before her, Paige doesn’t live on a farm so she leases a cow from Blue Spruce Farm to raise and show at the fair.  Independent photo/Sophia Afsar-Keshmiri

For the second year in a row, Jonathan Chamberlin’s daughter, Paige, 9, was able to show animals at the Addison County Field Days Fair through the same 4-H lease program that he participated in as a child. 

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