Four-year-old Brown Swiss cow Rachel gets some attention during the opening day at the Wisconsin State Fair on Thursday.
Credit: Jerry Luterman
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C3 Lucky Ivan, a five-month-old Clydesdale from Cowskin Creek Clydesdales of Goddard, Kansas, gets a powdering and brushing from Keith Mann before he is shown in competition.
Power-jumpers become silhouettes against the early evening sky at the Wisconsin State Fair.
Shisha the Guernsey cow gets a clipping from Charlie Oberhaus of Cozy Nook Farms of Waukesha County.
Chris Spieth, right, of Howard's Grove, shows his docile Havana rabbit named Jail to a judge at the Wisconsin State Fair.
A mini lop-eared rabbit has a drink at the Wisconsin State Fair.
Roosters make a lot of noise on the opening day of the Wisconsin State Fair.
Many visitors to the fair were amazed by the size of the Flemish Giant rabbits. The rabbits can weigh between 14 to 20 pounds.
Ryan and Veronica Belawski get a chance to pet a duckling.
Paul Ficken, his son Nate, and daughter Lucy enjoy a ride down the giant slide.
Visitors made their way to State Fair Park for attractions that ranged from food on a stick to lop-earred bunnies Aug. 2.
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