A Rich Tradition Promoting Agriculture
Agriculture has always been the main focus of Fryeburg Fair and the Livestock Office is the center of agricultural activity.
Nearly every animal that comes to the Fair to be exhibited, shown or judged has paperwork that goes through this office.
This means that the owners of everything from a tiny piglet to towering draft horses report to this office during the time they are on the fairgrounds.
During the eight days of the Fair, over 3,000 animals are on the fairgrounds for the week.
For more information, please contact the Livestock Dept.
Livestock Chairman: George Weston
Assistants: Jim Worthley, Robert Sanderson, Connie Wood, John Weston, Beth Wadsworth and Randy Hall.