Harrison County Fair 2009

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The Harrison County fair ended its yearly run with nice sunny weather and higher sale prices this year. The sale garnered $12,672.76 more than the 2008 Junior Fair livestock sale. One of the biggest price increases was found in the steer sale ring. The grand champion steer earned $5.50 per pound compared to last year which earned the grand champion producer $2.50 per pound.





Sale date: July 10, 2009

Sale Total:
$144,923.92

STEERS

Number of Market Lots: 26
Average: $1.54 per pound with champions;
$1.31 per pound without champions

Grand champion: Carly Birney
Bid: $5.50/pound Weight: 1,206 pounds
Buyer: Cramer Farms MJC
Reserve champion: Kayla Valdinger
Bid: $3/pound Weight: 1,280 pounds
Buyer: D&R Trucks of Sugarcreek and Sugar Valley Meats


DAIRY STEERS

Number of Lots: 7
Average: $1.18 per pound without champions
No champions sold
Outstanding feeder calf Project: Jalyn Jones

HEIFER BEEF FEEDER

Number of Lots: 4
Average: $1.05 per pound without champions
No champions sold


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HOGS
Number of Market Lots: 124
Average: $1.47 per pound with champions;
$1.37 per pound without champions

Grand champion: Carly Birney
Bid: $10.25/pound Weight: 269 pounds
Buyer: Orme Hardware
Reserve champion: Kaitlin Ellzy
Bid: $4.75/pound Weight: 280 pounds
Buyer: Hopedale Mining
Junior showmanship: Dillon Doggs
Intermediate showmanship: Zackery Jones


LAMBS

Number of Market Lots: 39
Average: $3.31 per pound with champions;
$3.02 per pound without champions

Grand champion: Garrit Sproull
Bid: $6/pound Weight: 130 pounds
Buyer: M&M True Value, Steubenville
Reserve champion: Carley Birney
Bid: $11/pound Weight: 130 pounds
Buyer: Cramer Farms MJC
Junior showmanship: Jalyn Jones
Intermediate showmanship: Garrit Sproull
Senior showmanship: Sarah Compher


GOATS

Number of Market Lots: 51
Average: $2.57 per pound with champions;
$2.38 per pound without champions

Grand champion: Garrit Sproull
Bid: $6.95/pound Weight: 91 pounds
Buyer: D&J Sales and Service
Reserve champion: Tyler Horn
Bid: $4/pound Weight: 64 pounds
Buyer: Middlebourne Livestock Auction
Junior showmanship: Taylor Horn
Intermediate showmanship: Jesse Ledger
Senior showmanship: Brooke Smith


DAIRY BEEF FEEDERS

Number of Lots: 4
Average: $1.21 per pound with champions;
$1.22 per pound without champions

Grand champion: Allison Dawson
Bid: $1.60/pound Weight: 489 pounds
Buyer: Carrollton Farmers Exchange
Reserve champion: Allison Dawson
Bid: $1.50/pound Weight: 430 pounds
Buyer: Jefferson Landmark


CHICKENS

Number of Pens: 16
Average: $10.05 per pound with champions;
$7.34 per pound without champions

Grand champion: Kaci Carter
Bid: $400/pen Weight: 18.15 pounds
Buyer: Seleski’s Broiler Farm
Reserve champion: Kyle Carter
Bid: $450/pen Weight: 17.11 pounds
Buyer: Mike Vinka, Harrison Co. Commissioner


TURKEYS

Number of Lots: 14
Average: $62.26 per head with champions;
$43.23 per head without champions

Grand champion: Joyce Barr
Bid: $425
Buyer: Harrison Co. Commissioners
Reserve champion: Kaci Carter
Bid: $350
Buyer: Orme Hardware


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DUCKS

Number of Lots: 10
Average: $11.68 per pound with champions;
$10.07 per pound without champions

Grand champion: M.J. Marchetta
Bid: $225 Weight:12.18 pounds
Buyer: Vandruff Tractor and Implement Sales
Reserve champion: Austin Marchetta
Bid: $200/pound Weight:13.12 pounds
Buyer: Orme Hardware


RABBITS

Number of Pens of Three: 14
Average: $13.25 per pound with champions;
$11.58 per pound without champions

Grand champion: Lindsay Dowdle
Bid: $275 Weight: 13.25 pounds
Buyer: Mike Vinka, Harrison Co. Commissioner
Reserve champion: Kaylee Wright
Bid: $250 Weight: 9.36 pounds
Buyer: Birney Auctions

Auctioneers and Ringmen
:
Bill Host, Steve Birney, Billy Birney, Wayne Falb, Darrell Watson, Rhett Peters, Rob Paisley and John Birney

Junior Fair Royalty
:
King: Brent Kendziorski Queen: Brooke Smith
Princess: Megan Barcroft

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