2009 Butler Farm Show Livestock Sale

Aug. 13, 2009

Sale Total: $142,259.75

STEERS

Number of Market Lots: 46

Average: $1.20 with champions; $1.04 without

Grand champion: Katelen Shuler

Bid: $7/pound Weight: 1,220 pounds

Buyer: Amerikohl Mining, Inc.

Reserve champion: Amanda Shuler

Bid: $2.50/pound Weight: 1,365 pounds

Buyer: J.K. Hydraulics, Inc.

HOGS

Number of Market Lots: 76

Average: $2.22 with champions; $2.10 without

Grand champion: Ben Patton

Bid: $7/pound Weight: 276 pounds

Buyer: White Diamond Construction

Reserve champion: Matthew Tice

Bid: $6/pound Weight: 257 pounds

Buyer: CS McKee Investment

Photos from the 2009 Butler Farm Show Livestock Sale


2009 Butler County Farm Show

LAMBS

Number of Market Lots: 58

Average: $3.12 with champions; $2.96 without

Grand champion: Stephen Drake

Bid: $9/pound Weight: 128 pounds

Buyer: Amerikohl Mining, Inc.

Reserve champion: Sarah Laughlin

Bid: $6/pound Weight: 124 pounds

Buyer: C.W. Howard Insurance

GOATS

Number of Market Lots: 10

Average: $5.06 with champions; $4.29 without

Grand champion: Brad Thoma

Bid: $7.50/pound Weight: 77 pounds

Buyer: White Diamond Construction

Reserve champion: Rebecca Tyson

Bid: $9/pound Weight: 72 pounds

Buyer: Amerikohl Mining, Inc.

POULTRY

Number of Pens: 17

Grand champion: Spencer Ott

Bid: $425/pen Weight: 35 pounds 12 oz

Buyer: Butler County Ford

Reserve champion: Troy Whitmire

Bid: $300/pen Weight: 33 pounds 8 oz

Buyer: Butler Eagle

RABBITS

Number of Pens: 9

Grand champion: Robin Peters

Bid: $900/pen Weight: 13 pounds 11 oz

Buyer: Amerikohl Mining, Inc.

Reserve champion: Shelby Wood

Bid: $300/pen Weight: 13 pounds 7 oz

Buyer: AAA A-Z Services

Auctioneer: John R. Huey II

Judges:

G. Joseph Colucci, Bill Ziehm, Kasey Kemp, Joe Hixenbaugh, J.P. Hausner and Ken Fetterolf

Photos from the 2009 Butler Farm Show


2009 Butler County Farm Show

About the Author

Emily Caldwell of Beaver Falls, Pa., serves as the 2009 Farm and Dairy editorial intern. She is a graduate of Penn State University, where she studied agribusiness and agricultural communications. Feel free to follow her on Twitter at http://twitter.com/emily718. More Stories by Emily Caldwell

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