STATE FAIRGROUNDS (WSYR-TV) – A new series of guided tours at the state fair called “Moo U” has quickly become a hit among fairgoers.
“Moo U” operates at fairs across the country, but this year is the first for New York’s state fair.
The hour-long tour gives people deeper insight into their favorite livestock and answers questions that might not be commonly known.
“This is the best thing they could have done,” Marsha Roskopf, who visited the fair from Cato, said. “Normally, you just walk through these barns and you have no idea what’s what. But with the tour guide, [they] tell you a wealth of information.”
The tours are free and leave every hour between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. from the “Moo U” tent behind the agriculture museum at the fair.