PHOENIX - It was a great finale to the Arizona State Fair when a Jersey Dairy cow gave birth to a healthy baby girl.
A state fair official says "Charlie" was born at 10:31 a.m. Sunday to 2-year-old Pansy. Baby Charlie and mom are doing great. Charlie is Pansy's first calf.
Pansy's owner, 11-year-old Regan Moss from Litchfield Park, is part of the Moss family, owners of Mountain Shadow Dairy.
If you have yet to try some of the latest food creations or been able to jump on a couple of the newest rides, you still have time to head over to the Arizona State Fairgrounds.
Kristi Walsh, assistant executive director with the Arizona State Fair, said more than 986,000 people enjoyed the fair this year.
As of Friday, the count was at 986,143. That's just over 23,000 more than last year.
View Arizona State Fair website for ticket information and hours.
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