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Saratoga Fair puts farms, fun in spotlight

Seth Oeser and Emily McBath of Welcome Stock Farms in Northumberland wash one of the show holsteins in preparation for the 173rd annual Saratoga County Fair in Ballston Spa on Monday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Seth Oeser and Emily McBath of Welcome Stock Farms in Northumberland wash one of the show holsteins in preparation for the 173rd annual Saratoga County Fair in Ballston Spa on Monday morning.
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The Saratoga County Fairgrounds: Where else are you going to see rodeo barrel-racing, 7-foot grizzly bears, milking cows and giant draft horses all in one place? Taste fried pickles, Idaho ribbon fries and fresh-squeezed lemonade? The historic fair, the first of the Capital Region’s summer fairs, kicks off at 9 a.m. today and will run through late Sunday night at the 30-acre fairgrounds on Prospect Street. “Welcome to fair season. Good news,” said state Agriculture ...


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