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Carroll Grand Dairy Feeder
The 721-pound grand champion dairy beef feeder was shown by Ellie Shafer. It sold for $4.50 a pound to Ace Portable Restrooms, represented by Austin and Logan Trbovich.

(This article has been updated to correct the list of buyers of the grand champion steer.)

(Photos/Reported by Haley Drake)

CARROLL COUNTY FAIR — CARROLLTON, OHIO

July 22 – 23, 2016
Sale Total: $392,456.20
Total Lots: 387

(Scroll down to see a slide show of the winners’ photos; click on individual youth names to see larger photo)

 

STEERS

Number of Market Lots: 33
Average: $ 2.25/lb. w champions; $ 2.13/pound without

Grand champion: Joseph Moody
Bid: $11.50/pound              Weight: 1,289 pounds
Buyer: All American Scales, Unkefer Equipment, Dr. John Walters, Anthony Feed

Reserve champion: Kady Davis
Bid: $6.50/pound              Weight: 1,252 pounds
Buyer: Sarchione Ford of Waynesburg

Grand champion carcass steer: Bailey McKarns
Bid: $4.50/pound              Weight: 910 pounds
Buyer: Huebner Chevrolet

Reserve champion carcass steer: Paul Leslie
Bid: $5/pound              Weight: 633 pounds
Buyer: Don’s Custom Meats

Third Place Overall Market Steer: Evan Ferguson
Fifth Place Overall Market Steer: Dylan Pape
Junior Outstanding Market Beef Exhibitor: Troy Lane
Senior Outstanding Market Beef Exhibitor: Jaret Lane
Rate of gain winner, 3.319 lb/day: Destiny Higgins

DAIRY FEEDERS

Number of Market Lots:  43
Average: $ 1.87/pound with champions;
$ 1.80/pound without

Grand champion: Ellie Shafer
Bid: $4.50/pound              Weight: 721 pounds
Buyer: Ace Portable Restrooms

Reserve champion: Lynden Ferguson
Bid: $2/pound              Weight: 653 pounds
Buyer: Parker Farms and Insurance

Junior Outstanding Market Dairy Beef Feeder Exhibitor: Austin Lozier

HOGS

Number of Market Lots: 118
Average: $ 3.40/pound w champions; $ 2.81/pound without

Grand champion: Gillian Griffeth
Bid: $26/pound              Weight: 274 pounds
Buyer: Jimmy’s Backyard BBQ, Griffith and Sons Trucking, Consumers National Bank

Reserve champion: Bailee Griffeth
Bid: $22/pound              Weight: 268 pounds
Buyer: Mike Pence, Jimmy’s Backyard BBQ, Sean Speedy Drilling

Grand champion carcass hog: Mason Stackhouse
Bid: $16/pound              Weight: 180 pounds
Buyer: Dowell Dentistry

Reserve champion carcass hog: Olivia Moody
Bid: $16.50/pound              Weight: 211 pounds
Buyer: Robertson’s Supply

Third Place Overall Market Hog: Kory Host
Fifth Place Overall Market Hog: Luke Leslie
Junior Outstanding Market Hog Exhibitor: Evan Days
Senior Outstanding Market Hog Exhibitor: Jaret Lane

RABBITS

Number of Pens of Three: 11
Average: $ 487.27 with champions;    $ 462.22 without

Grand champion: Janae Winn
Bid: $675/pen of three         Buyer: Robertson’s Building Center

Reserve champion: Lane Elton
Bid: $525/pen of three          Buyer: Roger and Carol Kiko

LAMBS

Number of Market Lots: 31
Average: $ 4.96/pound w champions; $ 3.19/pound without

Grand champion: Kory Host
Bid: $ 20/pound              Weight: 140 pounds
Buyer: Grubbs Family Chiropractic

Reserve champion: Dakota Walters
Bid: $ 13.50/pound              Weight: 145 pounds
Buyer: Huebner Chevrolet

Grand champion carcass lamb: Alexandria Householder
Bid: $ 13/pound              Weight: 72 pounds
Buyer: Paris and Washington Insurance

Reserve champion: Dustin Ulman
Bid: $ 12.75/pound              Weight: 67 pounds
Buyer: Myers Tin Shop

Third Place Overall Market Lamb: Demi Walters
Junior outstanding market lamb exhibitor: Hannah Petersen

GOATS

Number of Market Lots: 30
Average: $ 6.78/pound with champions; $ 5.15/pound without

Grand champion: Kory Host
Bid: $25/pound              Buyer: Neck and Back Pain Relief

Reserve champion: Dakota Walters
Bid: $11/pound              Buyer: Leann Cline, Carroll County Health Commissioner

TURKEYS

Number of Market Lots: 16
Average: $ 491.25 with champions;
$ 332.86 without

Grand champion: Deana Petersen
Bid: $1,000          Buyer: Dr. Carl Fry

Reserve champion: Ryan Kiko
Bid: $2,200           Buyer: Roger and Carol Kiko

MARKET CHICKENS

Number of Pens of three: 54
Average: $ 469.26 with champions; $ 441.15 without

Grand champion: Kady Davis
Bid: $1,500             Buyer: John and Ruth Davis

Reserve champion: Allison Davis
Bid: $900              Buyer: Dr. John Walters, DVM

MARKET DUCKS

Number of Pens of Two: 11
Average: $ 368.18 with champions; $ 311.11 without

Grand champion: Christopher Gromley
Bid: $700             Buyer: Neck and Back Pain Relief Center

Reserve champion: Rebecca Gromley
Bid: $550             Buyer: Countryside Equipment

DAIRY BASKETS

Number of Lots:  5
Total average: $ 16,900

STILL PROJECTS

Number of Lots: 38
Total average: $ 8,080

AUCTIONEERS/RINGMEN:
Bill Newell, Gino Kiko, Billy Birney, Doug Milano, Darrell Gartrell, Mike Lozier, Mike Schmuck

Carroll Grand Carcass Hog

Mason Stackhouse produced the 180—pound grand champion carcass hog. It sold for $16 a pound to Jenna and Dr. Steven Dowell of Dowell Dentistry.
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Carroll Grand Carcass Hog

Mason Stackhouse produced the 180—pound grand champion carcass hog. It sold for $16 a pound to Jenna and Dr. Steven Dowell of Dowell Dentistry.
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Carroll Grand Carcass Lamb

Alexandria Householder raised the 2016 Carroll County grand champion carcass lamb. With a carcass weight of 72 pounds, it sold for $13 a pound to Paris and Washington Insurance, represented by Hunter Palmer.
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Carroll Grand Carcass Steer

The grand champion carcass steer was raised by Bailey McKarns. With a hanging weight of 910 pounds, it sold for $4.50 a pound to Scott Cole, representing Heubner Chevrolet.
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Carroll Grand Dairy Feeder

The 721—pound grand champion dairy beef feeder was shown by Ellie Shafer. It sold for $4.50 a pound to Ace Portable Restrooms, represented by Austin and Logan Trbovich.
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Carroll Grand Hog

The 2016 Carroll County grand champion market hog was raised by Gillian Griffith. The hog, weighing 274 pounds, was sold for $26 a pound to Jim Griffith and Landon Bagozzi, of Griffith and Sons Trucking; Jami Irwin, Jim, Sara and Alli Reynolds of Jimmy’s Backyard BBQ; and Sarah Grubbs of Consumers National Bank. Also pictured is Bailee Griffith.
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Carroll Grand Steer

The 2016 Carroll County grand champion steer was raised by Joseph Moody. The steer, weighing 1289 pounds, sold for $11.50 a pound to Pat Moody, of All American Scales; Will Evans, of Unkefer Equipment; and Dr. John Walters.
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Carroll Reserve Carcass Hog

The reserve champion carcass hog was raised by Olivia Moody. With a carcass weight of 211 pounds, it sold for $16.50 to Paul Robertson of Robertson’s Supply.
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Carroll Reserve Carcass Lamb

Dustin Ulman produced the 2016 Carroll County reserve champion carcass lamb. With a carcass weight of 67 pounds, it sold for $12.75 a pound to Jim Myers for Myers Tin Shop.
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Carroll Reserve Carcass Steer

Paul Leslie raised the 2016 Carroll County reserve champion carcass steer. With a carcass weight of 633 pounds, it sold for $5 a pound to Don’s Custom Meats, represented by Don Pontones and Kara Pontius.
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Carroll Reserve Dairy Feeder

Lynden Ferguson raised the 2016 Carroll County reserve champion dairy beef feeder. Weighing 653 pounds, the calf sold for $2 a pound to Chuck and Steve Parker, representing Parker Farms.
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Carroll Reserve Hog

Bailee Griffeth raised the 2016 Carroll County reserve champion hog. The hog, weighing 268 pounds, sold for $22 a pound to Mike Pence, Jim Reynolds of Jimmy’s Backyard BBQ; and Sean Speedy for Sean Speedy Drilling. Also pictured is Gillian Griffith.
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Carroll Reserve Lamb

The 2016 Carroll County reserve champion market lamb was raised by Dakota Walters. The lamb, weighing 145 pounds, sold for $13.50 a pound to Scott Cole, representing Heubner Chevrolet.
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Carroll Reserve Steer

Kady Davis raised the 2016 Carroll County reserve champion steer. At 1252 pounds, the steer sold for $6.50 a pound to Jeff and Joe Sarchione of Sarchione Ford in Waynesburg.
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Carroll Grand Lamb

Kory Host exhibited the grand champion market lamb at the 2016 Carroll County Fair. His 140 — pound lamb sold for $20 a pound to Dr. William Grubb representing Grubbs Family Chiropractic Neck and Back Relief.

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  1. Mike Schmuck was also a ringmaster as well as Mike Lozier was the auctioneer for the Still Projects and Sat. Small Animal Sale

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