All FREE with Fair admission!
Don’t miss the expanded agricultural displays, demonstrations, and entertainment. With tons of animals at this year’s Fair there will be no shortage of Farm Life in the city. Taking over Queens Park and the Agriplex this year’s Down On The Farm will take the Fair by storm.
Animals within the Agriplex: Clydesdale horses, Nigerian Dwarf Goats (Stella & Vinny), Boer Goats, Dairy Goats, 4 breeds of Dairy Cows, Beef Cattle, Sheep, Pigs & more!
The real thing! Professional Rodeo competitors going flat out to best their rivals. Featuring live bull riding, and World Champions!
High School Rodeo
Watch as the future stars compete in the Ontario High School Rodeo!
Draft Horse Hitching
Come and witness the daily hitching demonstrations and drive. Witness the power of 6 draft horses!
Western Horse Show
Over 150 horses!
From youth on ponies to adults on high powered horses competing in all Western pleasure and speed events.
Vinny & Stella
Vinny & Stella the Nigerian Dwarf Goat siblings are BACK this year and can’t wait to see you!
OVER 150 Animals!
Don’t miss as the 4-H youth from Middlesex County compete with Beef, Dairy, Horses, Sheep and Swine.
Learn how Dairy Cows produce milk.
Hosting over 1,000 children from over 16 schools for our School Tour Program
Western Fair will display several breeds of Canadian purebred cattle to showcase the significance of dairy and beef cattle breeds to Canadian agriculture.
Oink! Oink! Who can resist watching some pigs curl up next to each other for a little nap?
Animals in the Park: 6 breeds of beef cattle, Boer Goats, Llamas, Alpacas, Mare and Foals, Miniature horses, Donkeys, Sheep & more!
Large outdoor bouncing barnyard- free activity area for young children. Farm Hoppers in the pasture and inflatable corn maze.
Cowboy Fred - C-More Country Corral
Bring your hometown half pints and junior farmers to C-More animals at the Country Corral in Queens Park. Learn a few things about the farm, animals and food. Have some Country Corral fun hog calling, wake-up some roosters with your renditions of their morning call, rope a few straw bale steers and kibitz with Cowboy Fred about all this and more.
Alpaca & Llama Display
Did you know that a male alpaca is called a Macho? They all seem pretty adorable to me!
NEW- Goat Yoga Demonstrations by Laughing Goat Yoga Studio