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Kachanga and the Alligator Show are traveling to the Jefferson County Fair all the way from the Florida Swamp. During this show you will be sitting at the end of your seat while Kachanga tries to apprehend these amazing reptiles, while trying to dodge the lashing tail, death rolls, and the sharp teeth. This is a great chance for you and your family to come see and learn about these amazing animals. Don’t miss jaw clenching show, where Kachunga dares to enter the pit with these ferocious animals.
The is a FREE show that will be preforming 3 times a day!

Hoo's Woods Birds of Prey

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Come and share in a raptor experience with licensed educator, falconer Dianne Moller of Hoo’s Woods Raptor Center near Milton, Wisconsin. Recently recognized as Wildlife Conservationist of the Year from the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, Diane will introduce the audience to live raptors and talk about their importance in the environment. Learn about the hearing of tan owl, wingspan of an eagle and aerodynamics of a falcon. New this year, Oakley the Spectacled Owl will make an appearance at the fair. This program is suitable for all ages. Please have children accompanied and supervised by an adult.

DJ Dylan

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Calling all teenagers! DJ Dylan, a top notch mobile DJ returns to the fair to play Top 40’s music and take requests! He will be lighting up the pavilion with his one of a kind laser light show. Come down to the pavilion and dance the night away with your friends.

Nick's Kid Show

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Nick’s Kid Show, is a musically entertaining show for the entire family. Kids of all ages get a chance to be a part of the show on stage. You can be part of Nick’s band. Join the Locomotion train, or be part of Nick’s Circus. At Nick’s Kids Show, the kids are the stars of the show!

Nick’s Kid Show will be features on the Kid Stage of Kids’ Day!

Patrick's Funny Farm

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Patrick's Funny Farm will be bringing the zoo to you at the Jefferson County Fair. Patrick will be bring alpacas, llamas, ponies, calves, goats, mini donkey, bunnies, chickens, sheep, pigs. Come and get a up-close look at these amazing animals and you might be able to pet a few of them.

Pleasure Valley Pig and Duck Races

Off to the races, come and see who wins at the Pleasure Valley Pig and Duck Races. Cheer on your pig to victory as it glides across the track to a prize of an Oreo cookie. Make some noise for the ducks as they swim as fast as they can, the louder the crowd the faster they swim. The races will happen every day at the Jefferson County Fair, located on the south end of the fair grounds.
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Ag Adventure Tent

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Kids can stop by and play in the corn box, learn hoe vegetables grow and enter the coloring contest at the Ag adventure Tent. The fun doesn’t end there; outside kids can ride one of four pedal tractors through the straw bale track. The Ag Adventure Tent is open from 10 am to 7 pm daily.

Jefferson County K-9 Unit

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Captain Paul Wallace

Sgt. Brian Olson

K-9 Falkos -- Deputy Greg Jansen

K-9 Balko – Deputy Scott Gukich

K-9 Harlow – Deputy Jason Behm

The Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit is the most actively utilized of the specialty units. Besides regular patrol duties, the K-9 unit is often called for assistance by deputies and other agencies, both inside and outside of our county. This may take place due to traffic stops, task force investigations, search warrants, or school and prison searches. The K-9 unit is also used for evidence searches, tracking of suspects or missing persons, building searches, and to prevent escape.

We continue to do many public demonstrations for schools, church groups, and community organizations. These demonstrations allow us to enhance community relations by explaining the workings of the unit, the benefit to the Sheriff’s Office, and the benefits to the citizens of this county. Monetary donations are often received as a result of the demonstrations, and those donations are used for training and equipment, which lessens the burden on the taxpayer.

The handlers and K-9’s go through extensive training every year, and are all certified through the North American Police Work Dog Association. The teams must show a proficiency in obedience, article search, area search, building search, tracking, narcotic detection, and aggression control. The teams also train on their own as a unit at least twice a month, and attend other training sessions throughout the year.

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