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    Matt Glover drives Spider and Tonka owned by Carl Haines of Rumford in a horse pulling class Friday afternoon, Sept. 23, at Farmington Fair. Newer to pulling, this team hauled the 9,000 pound load 81 feet 10 inches.

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    Daniel Smith of Cummington, Massachusetts, drives Toad and Levi in a horse pulling class Friday afternoon, Sept. 23, at Farmington Fair. His team pulled the 9,000 pound load 343 feet eight inches.

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    Four-year old Johnny Mason of Wilton peaks his head through a hole in a wooden donkey Friday afternoon, Sept. 23, at Farmington Fair. The donkey was one of several wooden animals available for picture taking.

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    Siblings Stephen and Zoey Swain of Strong pet lambs Friday afternoon, Sept. 23, that are part of the Lane's Barnyard Animal exhibit at Farmington Fair. They also enjoyed feeding hay to the rabbits.

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    Two-year old Arya Niblick of Carthage waits for relatives Friday afternoon, Sept. 23, at Farmington Fair.

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    Faylene Nile and Allan Kaplan enjoy apple crisp while taking a break from their duties Friday afternoon, Sept. 23, at Farmington Fair. Nile works in the Exhibition Hall while Kaplan spends time at the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce booth which was in the Starbird Building for the first time this year.

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    Helen Bronn and Clifford Vaschon of Vassalboro check out the apple entries Friday afternoon, Sept. 23, in the Exhibition Hall at Farmington Fair. In prior years the pair would come to the fair two or three times annually to play Beano.

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    Mt. Blue Area Garden Club President Libby Kaute of New Sharon waters plants in the club's Exhibition Hall display Friday afternoon, Sept. 23, at the Farmington Fair.

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    Three generations enjoy the Farmington Fair Friday afternoon, Sept. 23. Pictured from left are Kim, her grandson Braeden, and brother Kieran being held by mom Sarah.

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