Enumclaw hosts dairy show

The show may be a week later than usual, but the tradition that makes the 73rd Spring Dairy Show an annual Plateau highlight remains the same.

This year’s show takes place Saturday at the Enumclaw Expo Center.

Some of the 4-H participants will use the dairy show as an opportunity to qualify for the Puyallup fair in September.

Local kids from Chinook 4-H and the Enumclaw High School FFA, along with more than 100 other youth and their milking breed projects from across the Northwest, will be competing for ribbons and prizes.

Visitors can expect to see the ever-popular, black and white Holstein as well as Guernsey, Jersey, brown Swiss, milking short horn, Ayrshire and some rarer breeds.

Gates open at 10 a.m. The event is free.

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