Bird Judges Needed at Minn. County Fairs
The Minnesota State Fair is just two weeks away.
Kids from across the state will come in and show off the best animals they've raised, but finding people to judge birds at county fairs has become a challenge.
A KSTP crew met bird judge Jason Karwoski at the 4-H show at the Mille Lacs County Fair in Princeton. He was training a new judge.
He examines dozens of chickens looking at everything from their feather coloring to their comb, even checking the straightness of their legs. Each fair Karwoski makes $150 to $300.
The top six birds move onto the Minnesota State Fair, where they'll compete with other birds around the state.
Email Mike Dornseif at email@example.com if you're interested in being a bird judge at your county fair.