About the Hawaii State Farm Fair | 57th Annual Hawaii State Farm Fair
The Hawaii State Farm Fair, now in its 57th year, is an annual event started in 1962 by the Hawaii Farm Bureau (HFB) as a way to promote awareness of Hawaii's agricultural and ranching industries. The Farm Fair is held in partnership with the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture (HDOA) and Hawaii 4-H Livestock Council (4-H) aims to educate young people about the various aspects of agriculture. 4-H also exhibits their livestock and demonstrates their knowledge at the Fair through presentations and performances with their animals. The HDOA has been a big part of making the Hawaii State Farm Fair Hawaii's premier agricultural event. The HDOA's 240 employees statewide work to support, enhance and promote Hawaii's agriculture and aquaculture industries. The annual event has been held at Kualoa Ranch for the past seven years serving as the perfect country venue. Being a 4,000-acre working cattle ranch stretching from the steep mountain cliffs to the sparkling see, the variety of