One of the largest livestock shows in the world is back at the Kentucky State Fairgrounds.The North American International Livestock Show attracts more than 30,000 participants from across the country and their animals.This year, like most things, the event is very different.Only participants are allowed at the show. Spectators must watch virtually.After livestock shows across the country have been canceled, many participates say they are thankful the show continued.”This definitely helps promote youth with their projects, it promotes the dairy industry that’s struggling right now, it helps get some of the better animals out and helps producers market the animals,” said Ray Graves, with Bettin’ on Jerseys.The event runs through Nov. 19.For more information, click here.

One of the largest livestock shows in the world is back at the Kentucky State Fairgrounds.

The North American International Livestock Show attracts more than 30,000 participants from across the country and their animals.

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This year, like most things, the event is very different.

Only participants are allowed at the show. Spectators must watch virtually.

After livestock shows across the country have been canceled, many participates say they are thankful the show continued.

“This definitely helps promote youth with their projects, it promotes the dairy industry that’s struggling right now, it helps get some of the better animals out and helps producers market the animals,” said Ray Graves, with Bettin’ on Jerseys.

The event runs through Nov. 19.

For more information, click here.

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