Harford Farm Fair to be preceded by carnival as board seeks more funding

The pigs, horses and sheep will all still be there, but for residents looking for something a little different, this year’s Harford County Farm Fair promises more than a few new events.

Have a special skill? You can try out for the new talent competition. Know your way around the kitchen? Consider the new culinary competition.

More importantly, do you like Ferris wheels or bumper cars? Then you can ride to your heart’s content at the fair’s new “pre-game” event, a carnival.

Organizers of the 25th annual fair, set for July 26 through 29 at the Harford County Equestrian Center in Bel Air, hope to keep things fresh for the event’s quarter-century anniversary and raise money for the fair with a complete midway for all ages, plus a beer barn for the adults.

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Immigrated to Canada in 1980 and dairy farmed for 9 years, obtained real estate license in Alberta in 1989 and have been selling Farm Real Estate for 27 years. Specializing in Farm/land investment, farm relocation and farm families immigrating to Canada, organizing business and farm immigration seminars, sales of quota (milk, poultry), water rights, irrigated land, crop farms, farm corporations (shares) ranches, livestock (Cattle, hogs) and commercial farm investment.
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