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Two Mini Satins rabbits wait to be judged at the Kern County Rabbit Breeders Association Show held at the Kern County Fairgrounds. Hundreds of people and about 35 various types of rabbits were exhibited and judged.

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Shelby Chase places her Holland Lop rabbit into the judging cage.

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Cameryn Morrill feeds one of her rabbits, as Kaylee Flynn and Lauren Morrill read some literature. Hundreds of people and around 35 various types of rabbits were exhibited and judged at the Kern County Rabbit Breeders Association Show held at the fairgrounds.

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Lauren Morrill shows some affection to her Mini Rex rabbit. Hundreds of people and about 35 types of rabbits were exhibited and judged at the Kern County Rabbit Breeders Association Show held Saturday at the Kern County Fairgrounds.

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Eight-year-old Elexa Herrera from Cuyama plays with a Britannia Petite Rabbit. Hundreds of people and about 35 varieties of bunnies showed up at the Kern County Fairgrounds for the Kern County Breeders Show.

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A Britanna Petite rabbits waits to be judged at the Kern County Rabbit Breeders Association Show held at the Kern County fairgrounds. Hundreds of people and around 35 various types of rabbits were exhibited and judged.

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Cameryn Morrill feeds one of her Flemish Giant rabbits as her sister Lauren Morrill reads some literature whild holding a Mini Rex rabbit. Hundreds of people and about 35 types of rabbits were exhibited and judged at the Kern County Rabbit Breeders Association Show held at the Kern County Fairgrounds on Saturday.

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Hundreds of people and about 35 various types of rabbits were exhibited and judged at the Kern County Rabbit Breeders Association Show held at the Kern County Fairgrounds on Saturday.

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Hundreds of people and about 35 types of rabbits were exhibited and judged at the Kern County Rabbit Breeders Association Show held at the Kern County Fairgrounds on Saturday.

There were rabbits aplenty Saturday at the Kern County Fairgrounds.

The Kern County Rabbit Breeders Association held its annual Rabbit Breeders Show, giving competitors from near and far a chance to introduce their animals to curious spectators.

Photographer Rodney Thornburg shares these photos from the event.