Xoe managed to get an owie on her ear this morning. My suspicion is that Jasper reached over the fence and bit her. In any case, I was in Idaho Falls at an appointment and got a panicked call from Kid 3 that Xoe was bleeding all over the place, her face was black with blood, and flies were swarming her face. I got Kid 3 calmed down and by the time I returned home, she had Xoe pretty well cleaned up and had applied fly spray. Xoe does have a good scrap, but I think it will be ok.
In other news, the Madison County Fair has officially started. We took all our animals over last night. It was actually easier than it has been in the past simply because we are not showing as many critters this year. Kid 1 opted to be a junior leader, so she doesn't have her own goat. Kid 3 opted to not bring her rabbits this year and, due to the limited number of chicken coops, we only brought Buster the Rooster.
Remember back when the dairy cow 4-H club came over to meet the horses? I let them choose which of my horses I should bring to the fair. They opted for Faith and Honey Jo and even though those are the only two on display at the fair, their club put together posters for each one of my horses and another about me and my family. It looks awesome! I knew they were going to be doing something, but I was really impressed with how it turned out. Thank you!