Butler Farm Show market livestock sale results

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Butler Farm Show crowd before sale
The crowd salutes the flag before the start of the Butler Farm Show market livestock sale. (Farm and Dairy/Susan Crowell photo)

(Scroll down to see a slide show from the livestock sale. You can also click on the individual champion’s name to see a larger photo. Photos by Farm and Dairy/Susan Crowell. This article has been updated to include sale averages and total)

 
Aug. 10, 2017
Sale Total:     $193,881.80
Total Lots:         199

STEERS

Number of Market Lots: 21
Average: $2.76/pound with champions; $2.13/pound without

Grand champion/champion county bred: Ben Allen
Bid: $9.50/pound
Buyer: PennEnergy Resources

Reserve champion: Jay Allen
Bid: $6/pound
Buyer: Amerikohl Mining

Champion homebred: Luke Frazier
Reserve champion homebred: Jacob Kennedy
Reserve champion county bred: Makayla King

HOGS

Number of Market Lots: 67
Average: $3.31/pound with champions; $3.05/pound without

Grand champion: Seth Swope
Bid: $11/pound     Weight: 267 pounds
Buyer: Krill Trucking, Key Precast & Supply

Reserve champion: Kylee Peterson
Bid: $6/pound     Weight: 260 pounds
Buyer: Amerikohl Mining

Champion homebred: Christopher Shuler
Reserve champion homebred: Sara Lang
Champion county bred: Lily Ansell
Reserve champion county bred: Lane Kummer

LAMBS

Number of Market Lots: 44
Average: $5.81/pound with champions; $5.11/pound without

Grand champion: Austin Miller
Bid: $11/pound     Weight: 128 pounds
Buyer: Lewis Stoughton

Reserve champion: Aaron Drake
Bid: $10/pound     Weight: 140 pounds
Buyer: Amerikohl Mining

Champion home/county bred: Rylee Colteryahn
Reserve champion homebred: MaKayla King
Reserve champion county bred: Katelyn Kerr

RABBITS

Number of Market Lots: 17
Average: $235/pen without champions

Grand champion: Grace Cook
Bid: $650
Buyer: Shannon Brandon Contracting, Creekside Cage & Rabbit

Reserve champion: Ryan Brandon
Bid: $1100 (RECORD)
Buyer: Ithaca Gun Co.

GOATS

Number of Market Lots: 25
Average: $7.29/pound with champions; $5.14/pound without

Grand champion: Taylor Kennedy
Bid: $31/lb. RECORD     Weight: 101 pounds
Buyer: MarkWest Liberty Bluestone, Weaver Homes, Chris Brandy Family

Reserve champion: Amelia Brown
Bid: $16/lb.     Weight: 96 pounds
Buyer: Fairground Market

Champion homebred: Samuel Burgoon
Reserve champion homebred: Jacob Burgoon
Champion county bred: Hailey Powell
Reserve champion county bred: Hailey Powell

CHICKENS

Number of Market Lots: 27
Average: $236/pen without champions

Grand champion poultry pen: Matthew Hone
Bid: $1,000/pen
Buyer: Amerikohl Mining

Reserve champion poultry pen: Kaitlin Eichenlaub
Bid: $525
Buyer: Butler County Ford

Auctioneers/Ringmen: Don Braham, Roger Croll, Mitchell Kerr, Duke Whiting

 

Butler grand chicken

Matthew Hone sold his grand champion pen of meat chickens for $1,000 to Amerikohl Mining, represented by John and Denise Stilley.
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Butler grand chicken

Matthew Hone sold his grand champion pen of meat chickens for $1,000 to Amerikohl Mining, represented by John and Denise Stilley.
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Butler grand goat

Taylor Kennedy’s 101-pound grand champion market goat sold for a record $31 a pound to MarkWest Liberty Bluestone, Weaver Homes and the Chris Brandy Family, all represented by Brad Thoma.
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Butler grand hog

Seth Swope’s 267-pound grand champion hog sold for $11 a pound to Shaun Krill of Krill Trucking, and Key Precast, represented by Tedd and Andrew Karenbauer.
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Butler grand lamb

Judge Lewis Stoughton paid $11 a pound for Austin Miller’s 128-pound grand champion lamb. Also pictured are Katie, Kylie and Brad Thoma, and Clint Cehily.
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Butler grand rabbit

Grace Cook raised the grand champion pen of meat rabbits, which sold for $650 to Shannon Brandon, of Shannon Brandon Contracting, and Bryan Rager, of Creekside Cage and Rabbit.
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Butler grand steer

Penn Energy Resources, represented by S. Casey Bowers, paid $9.50 a pound for the grand champion steer weighing 1,370 pounds. Ben Allen raised the steer, which was also the champion county bred.
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Butler reserve chicken

Butler County Ford, represented by Scott Perez, Dennis and Cathy Glasgow, paid $525 for Kaitlin Eichenlaub’s reserve champion pen of chickens.
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Butler reserve goat

Fairground Market, represented by Tom and Betty Taylor, paid $16 a pound for Amelia Brown’s 96-pound reserve champion goat.
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Butler reserve hog

Amerikohl Mining, represented by John and Denise Stilley, and Brent Thomasmeyer, paid $6 a pound for Kylee Peterson’s 260-pound reserve champion hog.
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Butler reserve lamb

Amerikohl Mining, represented by Nancy and Lucas Slear, paid $10 a pound for Aaron Drake’s 140-pound reserve champion lamb.
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Butler reserve rabbit

Ryan Brandon’s reserve champion pen of rabbits sold for $1,100 to Ithaca Gun Co., represented by Dale Hassinger.
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Butler reserve steer

Amerikohl Mining, represented by John and Denise Stilley, Jamie and April Stilley and Dee, Alice and Mallory, paid $6 a pound for Jay Allen’s 1,340-pound reserve champion steer.

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