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Area 4-H, FFA members get their animals ready for the San Joaquin Fair

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Posted: Saturday, June 8, 2013 12:00 am

Hallie Lauchland, 13, stood in her front yard on Turner Road, holding a purple barber’s clippers in one hand while she steadied a 3-month-old Boer goat with the other. Peanut the goat was locked into a steel livestock stand waiting for his first haircut.

Lauchland flipped the switch and deftly clipped away a line of white fur off the animal’s side, from his belly to his back. This was her seventh goat trimming of the day. Starting at 8 a.m., Lauchland spent hours in the barn clipping this year’s herd of goats before shampooing them with Pantene and drying them with a shop blower.

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