The Great Geauga County Fair is truly the G.O.A.T.

Geauga County Fair

Photo: Mike Picha

The Great Geauga County Fair has been going on for 199 years and continues this Labor Day Weekend! The county fair is the oldest fair in the State of Ohio since 1823 with the first ever county fair happening in Chardon just 10 miles north of the existing fairgrounds today, which are in Burton. The fair is packed with food, games, rides, shows, animals exhibits and so much more. When you bring the family to the fair, everyone will leave with a smile on their face.

I caught up with the President of the Western Reserve Dairy Goat Association, Karen Rossi who had a big smile on her face Saturday afternoon. Her lamancha goat, "Franny" took home many ribbons, including Grand Champion. Also, some of the other goats she is showing this weekend won ribbons. See the full interview below.

For more information about the Western Reserve Dairy Goat Association click HERE

For more information about The Great Geauga County Fair click HERE

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