4-H Livestock Auction sees Hybrid Format for 2020

While many fairs across the country have been cancelled, the Chaffee County Fair has made a concerted effort to make sure they could still host their 4-H Livestock Auction this year for the kids who have put the time into raising the animals they show and judge.

Chaffee County 4-H Director Kurt Jones

Judging will be done in person through this week at the Chaffee County Fairgrounds, with only a few people allowed to attend outside of the judges and participants.

The auction will be held outdoors at the Chaffee County Fairgrounds on August 1st.

On Saturday however, there will be a limited crowd allowed into the arena for the auction, with crowds of 175 allowed to gather currently in Chaffee County in outdoor settings.

For those that can not make it to the auction or can not attend, this year Chaffee County 4-H has worked with an online auction group to make sure there is a live option on the web for just those people.

If you want to view the animals which will be auctioned off, or to make an early bid, you can visit www.dvauction.com or to go directly to the Chaffee County listings, you can click here.

Caleb Burggraaf