Furry, fuzzy and feathered friends abound at Morris 4H Fair

Anouk, 5 1/2, from Maplewood holds a baby chick, Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Anouk, 5 1/2, from Maplewood holds a baby chick, Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
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There was something for everyone who loves furry, fuzzy, or feathered friends at the Morris County 4H Fair in Chester last weekend. 

In addition to traditional rides and food, the event featured plenty of animals to see and pet, including prize-winning horses, rabbits, hedgehogs and chickens.

Kids could try their hands at archery, or hold baby chicks soon after they hatched in specially built incubators.

Naturally, there were cows, too.  It definitely was a mooving experience for all.

Slideshow photos by Jeff Sovelove:

Anouk, 5 1/2, from Maplewood holds a baby chick, Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Baby chick at Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Julianne from Long Valley holds a baby rabbit at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Who could resist that face? Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Logan, 2, of Long Valley enjoys the big slide with his father Martin, at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
There were no takers, at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Marty, a 17-week-old black lab Seeing Eye Dog in training, at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Lake holds Pierre, a French Angola rabbit, at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Jacob, 9, of the Bronx prepares to let an arrow fly at the archery tent, Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Chiara, 12, from Jefferson holds her baby hedgehog, at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Beeswax, at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
The miracle of birth, Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
You never know what you'll see at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Fair ride at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
The aftermath of the watermelon eating contest, Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
A horse happily grazing, Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
A calf at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Pigging out at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Luke, 5 1/2, from Denville, pets a Mini Rex rabbit Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Elijah, 2, from Mendham sits on a vintage tractor with a little help from his father at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Baby goats at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
A male billy goat at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Prize winning roosters show off their magnificent combs, Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
The country store with a little of everything, at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Not a real chicken, at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
Not a real dog... at the Morris County 4H Fair, July 21, 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelove
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