Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 8/29
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They came from more than a dozen corn-growing states to determine who was the fastest corn husker in Ohio and the United States.
The program is open to anyone who is either temporarily or permanently confined to a wheelchair.
Four advisers honored for more than 30 years of service.
Grand champion steer sold for $4.50 a pound and champion hog sold for $7.50 a pound.
Rick Lahmers showed champion Holsteins while his brother Rick showed champion Brown Swiss.
Both individuals and businesses turned out to help 4-H members at the two-day sale.
‘Unbelievable’ describes the livestock auction of lambs, steers and hogs – sale totals were up more than $33,000 over last year.
A returning buyer paid $5,600 for the first basket of dairy products to sell.
The 2003 Junior Fair Livestock Auction at the Wayne County Fair totaled $390,389.
The Ashland County drive-it-yourself tour is Sept. 27-28.
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