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NORTH DAKOTA STATE FAIR

Brekka Berger, of Hazen, stays focused on the judge while leading a goat named Poppy in the livestock ring during a round of Boer Goat judging at the North Dakota State Fair in Minot on Tuesday evening. Berger, 6, was entered in the Goat Open Show division and took second place in class (16 to 20 months) with Poppy. Berger brought six goats to the fair and was a reserve champion with a goat named Lursey. She is the daughter of Cory and Tara Berger and has been raising goats since she was 3 years old. The North Dakota State Fair continues through Saturday. For a video of Daryl's Racing Pigs, a popular fair attraction, visit bismarcktribune.com.

Attendance at the North Dakota State Fair totaled 318,248 over nine days, an increase of 19,171 from 2017.

"We were blessed with perfect weather and a team of dedicated staff who executed a great plan,” said Renae Korslien, North Dakota State Fair's manager. 

Nickelback was the most attended concert of the North Dakota State Fair, with 16,626 people filling the grandstand and standing room areas. Other concert numbers include 11,876 for Dierks Bentley, 10,846 for Florida Georgia Line, 8,159 for Cole Swindell, 6,895 for Kip Moore, 5,286 for Michael Ray and 4,211 for Cheap Trick.

Visit www.ndstatefair.com to find results to any of the events or exhibits.

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