Korrin Grimes holds Franny the chicken upside down. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

Saturday was agricultural day at the Marion County Fair and the 4-H and FFA members were able to show off their livestock and their showmanship skills.

The fair runs one more day this weekend, on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Day-to-day event schedules and prices can be viewed on the fair's website.

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Zach Clausen shows his baby, Kinessa, the pigs at the fair. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

Goats Brianna and Benny. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

Addie Murray, left, and her sister Harper with their llamas Willie, center, and Teddy, left. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

4-H and FFA members competed in several showmanship categories. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

Kriss Lawyer and her grandson, Bryson, look at the cows during the fair. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

Cows were among the livestock at the Marion County Fair this weekend. (Saphara Harrell/ Salem Reporter)

Liam Xin points out which stuffed animal he wants. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

Kids -- and adults-- took a spin on the tornado ride Saturday. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

There were several carnival rides to choose from at the fair. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

Dogs compete in a flyball event during the Marion County Fair Saturday. (Saphara Harrell/ Salem Reporter)

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