Lots of llamas at Lamafest
The Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education played host to the annual Lamafest event during Labor Day weekend. Lamafest is the second-longest running llama and alpaca show in the nation. The Pavilion welcomed more than 200 combined llamas and alpacas for the event, which included a halter class competition and an obstacle course in addition to various vendors from across the Midwest.
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