2009 Geauga County Fair

Above: The highest selling animal of the 2009 Geauga County Livestock Auction was the grand champion steer, exhibited by Amber Sangrik. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see photos from around the fairgrounds.

Sept. 5, 2009

Sale Total: $227,408.69

STEERS

Number of Market Lots: 11

Average: $2.04/pound with champions;

$1.96/pound without

Grand champion: Amber Sangrik

Bid: $4.20/pound Weight: 1,325 pounds

Buyer: Etna Products

Reserve champion: Mike Wargo

Bid: $3.40/pound Weight: 1,160 pounds

Buyer: Oscar Brugmann Sand and Gravel

MARKET HOGS

Number of Market Lots: 120

Average: $2.22/pound with champions;

$2.16/pound without

Grand champion: Clark Adams

Bid: $4.10/pound Weight: 269 pounds

Buyer: Middlefield Banking Company

Reserve champion: John Evers

Bid: $6.75/pound Weight: 273 pounds

Buyer: Etna Products

MARKET LAMBS

Number of Market Lots: 50

Average: $2.70/pound with champions;

$2.57/pound without

Grand champion: Hailey Calkins

Bid: $6.50/pound Weight: 134 pounds

Buyer: Geauga County Farm Bureau

Reserve champion: Tyler Rendlesham

Bid: $5/pound Weight: 128 pounds

Buyer: Nichols Associates, Tom Thomas

and Spin Cycle Coin Laundry

Photos from the 2009 Geauga County Livestock Sale


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MARKET GOATS

Number of Market Lots: 11

Average: $2.75/pound with champions;

$2.03/pound without

Grand champion: Stacey Lawton

Bid: $7.50/pound Weight: 87 pounds

Buyer: Dun Deal Farm

Reserve champion: Hannah Taylor

Bid: $4.50/pound Weight: 98 pounds

Buyer: Robert Kinkopf

MEAT GOATS

Number of Market Lots: 2

Average: $4.55/pound with champions

Grand champion: Shane Delbo

Bid: $4.60/pound Weight: 70 pounds

Buyer: Green Family Funeral Home

Reserve champion: Evan Parker

Bid: $4.50/pound Weight: 59 pounds

Buyer: Howard’s Apples

DAIRY BASKETS

Number of Lots: 3

Average: $1,400/basket

Auburn Dairymen Bid: $1,600/basket

Buyer: Cherokee Demolition

Geauga Dairymen Bid: $1000/basket

Buyer: Dr. Robert A. Evans

Thompson Ledge Dairy Bid: $1,600/basket

Buyer: Robin Stanley of Stanley Petersen Attorneys

DUCKS

Number of Market Lots: 85

Average: $12.26/pound with champions;

$10.81/pound without

Grand champion: Riana Demko

Bid: $70/pound Weight: 7.6 pounds

Buyer: Cherokee Demolition

Reserve champion: Kristen Peschke

Bid: $75/pound Weight: 7.3 pounds

Buyer: Ed Maniglia

MARKET TURKEYS

Number of Market Lots: 51

Average: $7.49/pound with champions;

$6.61/pound without

Grand champion tom: Eric Continenza

Bid: $14/pound Weight: 36 pounds

Buyer: Law Offices of Richard Hlaudy

Reserve champion tom: Clark Adams

Bid: $12.50/pound Weight: 44 pounds

Buyer: John’s Photography

Grand champion hen: John Adams

Bid: $17.50/pound Weight: 30 pound

Buyer: Arms Trucking

Reserve champion hen: Nick Priem

Bid: $27.50/pound Weight: 26 pounds

Buyer: RNJ Services

MARKET CHICKEN MEAT PENS

Number of Market Lots: 54

Average: $8.78/pound with champions;

$7.73/pound without

Grand champion fryer: Daniel Storms

Bid: $19/pound Weight: 17.5 pounds

Buyer: Etna Products

Reserve champion: Colin Love

Bid: $19/pound Weight: 17.2 pounds

Buyer: Cherokee Demolition

Grand champion broiler: Kalyn Ward

Bid: $25/pound Weight: 22.6 pounds

Buyer: Ed Ward

Reserve champion broiler: Cody Nowels

Bid: $25/pound Weight: 21.9 pounds

Buyer: Nemec Farms

MARKET RABBIT PENS

Number of Market Lots: 9

Average: $9.14/pound with champions;

$6.39/pound without

Grand champion: Samantha Masters

Bid: $25/pound Weight: 13.25 pounds

Buyer: Pritt Concessions and Pritt Family Farm

Reserve champion: Kristen Peschke

Bid: $12.50/pound Weight: 13.25 pounds

Buyer: Nature’s Canvas Taxidermy

Auctioneers

Pete Howes, Scott Mihalic, Mike Davis,

John Polcen, Tim Hunt and Gary Heaven

Junior Fair Royalty

King: Louis Sharpnack

Queen: Hannah Barber

Photos from around the 2009 Geauga County Fair


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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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