Willow-Bee Farm at the State Fair

By: Ashley Davidson
By: Ashley Davidson

Faye Willoughby says: "We've never missed a year. For 46 years."

For Faye and Everett Willoughby the Kentucky State Fair has been a staple in their lives. The Scottsville family has 13 cows in this year's fair.

Willoughby says: "We started out before our children were born with Everett's brother. He was already in FFA and he went to the army so we continued coming. Then we had our children and we kept coming. Now we have grandchildren and we're still bringing them."

Logan Chandler is one of her grandchildren. He's showing Kasie at the fair.

Logan says: "She's a two-year-old."

Nine-year-old Logan has been coming to the Fair with his family since he was a day old.

Logan says: "What I like most is just showing the cows and having fun."

He says when he grows up he wants to continue to family tradition and become a dairy farmer. By showing this year, he's learning what the basics are.

Logan says: "You've got to keep their head up. You've got to set their feet. And make them walk show. That's mostly all."

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