"The Best Family Fair In Michigan"

"The Best Family Fair In Michigan"

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2023 Fair July 17-22

Horse Project Record Book - 2023

Horse Project Record Book (Clover Sprouts) - 2023

Trophy Donation Campaign for 2023.  For only $150 you or your business can sponsor 10 trophies for the 2023 fair and receive a weekly admission pass to the 2023 fair valued at $70.  If you turn in your donation prior to February 15, 2023 your donation will be doubled and you will sponsor 20 trophies for the 2023 fair.  Click here for the donation form.

Trophy donations are only $15 which will allow one child to receive a trophy during the 2023 fair.  If your donation is turned in prior to February 15, 2023 it will be doubled and you will donate 2 trophies for the price of one.  Click here for donation form.

Clubs or individuals soliciting donations for the fair, you or your club can receive an award of up to $100.  See this Award Tally Sheet for details.

2022 Livestock Buyers' Report


We are currently looking for the following superintendents:  Horse Superintendent and Assistant Goat Superintendent.  If you are interested in a superintendent role, please fill out this application.  Superintendent Application.


The fair has adopted a rule consistent with recommendations made by the State of Michigan veterinarians regarding quarantining animals 14 prior to showing at the fair.   This is the rule as stated in the fair book:  "Livestock dairy, beef, sheep, swine, llamas, goats, poultry & rabbits cannot be exhibited at another exhibition within 14 days prior to the first day of fair."  This will be strictly enforced.  

Although the Fair has a veterinarian designated for the fair to perform tasks such as check in of livestock and monitor their health throughout the fair week, as well as act as a liaison with the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, there is NOT a veterinarian "on call" or available to exhibitors to treat their livestock during the week of fair.  Exhibitors are required to consult with their own veterinarian, as well as assume responsibility for all costs associated with their animal's medical care.