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“Butter Cows,” created by Sedalia artists Janice Hargrave and Scott Linsenbardt, peer over the shoulder of Addison Crowe, 4, of Raymore, who was a first time visitor to the Missouri State Fair on Friday. She attended the fair with her grandmother Denniele Bohannon and friend Ginger Friesz, both of Harrisonville. The Butter Cows, created with 600 pounds of unsalted butter, has been a tradition for 10 years in the MSF's Gerken Dairy Center. Little Addison was enjoying chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream while there and said she loved the pig races at the fair and wanted to see Otto the talking car.
“Butter Cows,” created by Sedalia artists Janice Hargrave and Scott Linsenbardt, peer over the shoulder of Addison Crowe, 4, of Raymore, who was a first time visitor to the Missouri State Fair on Friday. She attended the fair with her grandmother Denniele Bohannon and friend Ginger Friesz, both of Harrisonville. The Butter Cows, created with 600 pounds of unsalted butter, has been a tradition for 10 years in the MSF's Gerken Dairy Center. Little Addison was enjoying chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream while there and said she loved the pig races at the fair and wanted to see Otto the talking car.
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“Butter Cows,” created by Sedalia artists Janice Hargrave and Scott Linsenbardt, peer over the shoulder of Addison Crowe, 4, of Raymore, who was a first time visitor to the Missouri State Fair on Friday. She attended the fair with her grandmother Denniele Bohannon and friend Ginger Friesz, both of Harrisonville. The Butter Cows, created with 600 pounds of unsalted butter, has been a tradition for 10 years in the MSF’s Gerken Dairy Center. Little Addison was enjoying chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream while there and said she loved the pig races at the fair and wanted to see Otto the talking car.

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