The 2019 Fair was held Tuesday, July 16, 2019 through Saturday, July 20, 2019.
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The officers and board of trustees would like each of you to know we appreciate your attendance at the fair and we hope you had a pleasant and educational experience as well as a fun-filled time. Each year we look forward to the community coming together to celebrate our agricultural roots. We try to bring this aspect to the forefront with our displays. Our Home Arts tent is filled with local crafts and foods, the recipes for which have been shared with families and friends, in some cases for many years. Our Future Farmers of America Tent has valuable information to share with families, the Boy Scouts add their efforts in the way of their food tent, and the 4H clubs have tents filled with animals and their handlers. These clubs continue to share the experience of raising animals year after year. The rides continue to excite fairgoers each year. We can't say enough about our local food vendors and their delicious food and finally, even our entertainment is all locally grown.
While we placed our order for breezy, sunny 80 degree weather and were denied by Mother Nature, the fair continued each day, and educational and entertainment efforts were held.
We would like to thank all the vendors, volunteers and security personnel as well as the Board of Freeholders and the employees of the Parks Department for their daily efforts on behalf of the tradition of the fair.
We look forward to celebrating our 75th Anniversary in 2020 and hope you can join us!
Loretta Marshall, Secretary, on behalf of The Officers and Trustees of the Burlington County Farm Fair Association
The Burlington County Farm Fair, Inc. is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to promote agriculture, social life, and youth as well as educating the general public by conducting a yearly agricultural fair with exhibits, livestock, and farm products. Located on the beautiful Burlington County Fairgrounds in Springfield Township, NJ, the fair offers a variety of activities to the tens of thousands of visitors that attend each year.
Horses, cows, rabbits, chickens, sheep, goats and other animals are on display each day. Most of these are shown by 4-H members who hope their project animal will win a blue ribbon.
On Saturday farmers and State FFA members compete in dairy cow shows from 8:30am to 3:00pm in the South Show Tent. Visitors can also watch dairy cows being milked twice daily in the Milking Tent.
Daily horse shows, open to the public, are also a major attraction.
Old steam engines and antique farm equipment bring back memories for many. A very popular attraction is the tractor pull in a dedicated tractor pull arena.
Children can participate in becoming a Farmer for a Day in a special exhibit.
There are many more things to see and do at the Burlington County Farm Fair! Come on down and have some fun!
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