Guernsey County junior fair sale totals $211,192

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OLD WASHINGTON, Ohio – Guernsey County 4-H and FFA members ended their livestock project year during the Guernsey County Fair.

At the junior fair livestock sale, 435 lots sold for a total of $211,192.41.

Top steer. Cody Nelson raised the 1,325-pound grand champion steer, which sold to Bruner Land Company for $3.25 a pound. Danielle Gabel’s 1,315-pound reserve champion sold for $2.15 a pound to Southeastern Equipment.

Ryan Smith’s 255-pound grand champion hog sold for $9.50 a pound to Riesbeck’s Market. The reserve champion hog, raised by A.J. Anderson, sold for $4.50 a pound to Conn’s Potato Chips.

$12 lamb. In the lamb show, Keri Glass won grand champion honors. She sold her 125-pound lamb to Riesbeck’s for $12 a pound. Tyler Carpenter’s reserve champion lamb, weighing 130 pounds, sold for $8 a pound to Lashley Tractor.

Haley James’ grand champion dairy beef feeder sold for $1.70 a pound to Liberty Storage. Dallas Tucker paid $3 a pound for Dylan Tucker’s reserve champion dairy beef feeder calf.

Meat, dairy goats. In the goat sale, Dayna Waller’s grand champion Boer market goat sold for $600 to United Building Co. Allie Patterson’s reserve champion sold for $400 to Thorn-Black Funeral Home.

Jamie Wallace’s grand champion goat, dairy breed, sold for $525 to Wal-Mart. Michael Hatcher’s reserve champion dairy breed market goat sold for $450 to Barnesville Livestock Auction.

Ryan Kackley’s grand champion pen of chickens sold for $550 to Whiteside’s. Nicole Stewart’s reserve champion pen brought $550 from Krogers.

The grand champion rabbit fryer pen, raised by Stephanie Dix, sold for $400 to Whiteside’s of Cambridge. Leigh Ann Roe’s reserve champion pen sold for $300 to Orme Hardware.

Fifteen dairy product baskets averaged $210.

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