With 800 booths and over 500 head of registered livestock at the show, visitors will find plenty to see during the Farmfest weekend. Booths will be brimming with a wide selection of animal health products, trailers, livestock handling equipment, livestock waterers, feed, tools, trucks, forage equipment, information on agricultural services, rural living items and livestock exhibits. “We have a variety of exhibitors offering home décor, lawn furniture, cosmetics, clothing and apparel and more in our rural living displays,” said Brittany Gillig, Ozark Empire Fair agricultural director. Area farmers and ranchers also will have some of the best livestock from the Four States in the barns. “There will be a wide range of beef cattle breeds on display,” Gillig said. “As far as the livestock goes, our space for beef cattle is sold out.” Livestock exhibits will include Angus, Belgian Blue, Brahmousin, Brangus, Braunvieh, Beefalo, Beefmaster, Charolais, Gelbvieh, Hereford, Irish Dexter, Limousin, Longhorn, Maine-Anjou, Red Angus, Salers, Scottish Highland, Shorthorn, Sim-Angus, Simmental and White Park cattle in addition to horses, Boer goats, dairy goats, Katahdin hair sheep, swine, miniature donkeys and rabbits.