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This holstein cow has her eyes on more than her newborn calf on Friday at the Kern County Fair in the cow birthing section. The last day of the fair is Sunday, Sept. 29.

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Hey, where's my breakfast? This bowl is empty again.

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Mira Monte High School agriculture students Michelle Mendoza, left, and Jazmine Ruiz load the swine pens with fresh bedding Friday at the Kern County Fairgrounds livestock area. Saturday is the pig auction that they been awaiting.

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These sheep all seem to have the same thing in mind Friday morning in the livestock area of the Kern County Fair. Who's going to feed me?

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Frontier High School FFA student Mariah Giddings tries to get her steer Tunchi moving early Friday morning at the Kern County Fair. Tunchi took a first place ribbon earlier in the week in his weight and breed class.

A vareity of animals awaits visitors to the Kern County Fair — as you can see in these photos.

Californian photogrrapher Casey Christie caught up with steer, sheep and swine Friday morning.

The fair continues through Sunday.