LOUDONVILLE, Ohio – Loudonville Livestock Club members wrapped up their year with their annual auction during the Loudonville Street Fair. And as members of the community raised their hands to support the young people, the young people in turn helped out the community with donations to a variety of causes from church building funds to hospice, to music boosters, academic and athletic booster funds.
Sales totaled $87,232.10.
Kyle Nickles sold his 1322-pound champion market steer to Heffelfinger Meats for $3.35 per pound, while Mitch Rooks’ 1208-pound reserve champion market steer was purchased by Loudonville Equity for $2.80 per pound.
Real Estate Showcase had the top bid of $3.10 per pound for Christine Parson’s 266-pound champion market hog, while Jon’s Plumbing and Heating bid $3.55 per pound for Lindsay Shannon’s 246-pound reserve champion market hog.
Bidding was fast and furious on Mindy Reidenbach’s 132-pound champion market lamb, but when the dust settled, Gribble’s IGA had the top bid of $7.80 per pound for the lamb. Amber Nickles’ 138-pound reserve champion market lamb was purchased by Mohican Valley Insurance for $4.75 per pound.
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