Hambone Express 3 Racing Pigs
Known as the Swiftest Swine off the line, Ham Bone Express 3 is a fast paced, visually impressive and hilarious show from Fayetteville, Arkansas. As an audience member, you will be in for a first-class pig racing affair. As the swinemaster assigns each cheering section with one special cheerleader, the morale within the crowd grows as pigs race for the finish. The winning section’s special cheerleader receives a pig nose accompanied by a victory dance while the pig receives all the Oreos they can stomach. Ham Bone Express 3 Pig Racing is owned and operated by the Boger family. This show remains one of the Boger’s three independently owned and operated units. The Boger family has a legacy of family entertainment traced back to the 1960’s, with Charles and Carol Boger currently heading the operation. This event promises a squealing good time for all involved! Ham Bone Express 3 Racing Pigs is brought to you by ALFA.
Zerbini Family Circus
Look for the Big Top to catch the greatest one ring circus to travel across the nation. Under the big top you can find acrobats, trapeze artists, daredevils of all kinds, circus clowns, dancers and master jugglers who will leave you in awe. Only to be relieved by preforming animals filling the circus with laughter. Zerbini Family Circus is a family oriented, colorful event presented by Tucker Pecan Company, The Natural Choice since 1952.
Wolves of the World
Our show feature demonstrations of natural animal behavior, wildlife and environmental conservations, the do’s and don’t of human interaction with wild animals, while demonstrating the old-fashioned value of our ancestors who founded our great country. This is a show unlike any other!
This museum and live exhibit contains an old time creamery where patrons participate in preparing a cow for milking, milking by hand or machine, pasteurizing for a finished product. Through their bi-lingual demonstrations they show that agriculture has no barriers. Kids get hand-on experiences with the process of making butter and ice cream using historic tools and machines in these processes, and they learn the concept of “HOME MADE” just the way Grandma used to do it.
Nergers Tiger Show