Livestock auction deemed a success

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CAMBRIDGE, Ohio – The 2006 Guernsey County Junior Fair market animal sale was very successful for the exhibitors as buyers at the 159th Guernsey County Fair supported this event with great enthusiasm. Sale totals reached $225,853.66.
Residents of the county as well as neighboring areas supported the sale with 173 registered bidders.
Rabbits. Mackenzie Palmer showed the grand champion pen of three rabbits and sold them to Eastern Ohio Mutual Insurance at Freeport for $435.
The reserve pen of three rabbits exhibited by Ashton Taylor sold to Whiteside’s of Cambridge for $775.
Goats. In the dairy goat division the grand champion was exhibited by Brandon Haught. Buyer was Colgate of Cambridge for $300.
The reserve champion exhibited by Nathan Haught sold to Granville Milling, Cambridge, for $285.
In the Boer goat division the grand champion was exhibited by Kirstyn Archer and was purchased by State Rep. Jennifer Garrison for $400.
The reserve champion, exhibited by Cody Wright, was purchased by Wayne Manufacturing for $400.
Poultry. The grand champion pen of three broilers was exhibited by Amber Roberson and was purchased by Guernsey County Farm Bureau for $450.
The reserve champion pen of three broilers, exhibited by Amanda Roberson, was purchased by Guernsey Co. Landlords Association for $400.
Lambs. Tyler Stillion sold the grand champion market lamb to Lashley Tractor Sales, Quaker City, for $5.25 per pound to total $698.25.
The reserve champion, exhibited by Eric Nichols, sold to Brandt’s Feed & Supply at Dover for $5 per pound to total $665.
Steers. Bruner Land Co. at Byesville purchased the grand champion market steer exhibited by Kayla King for $4 per pound to total $5,260.
Capstone Holding at Bannock purchased the reserve champion exhibited by Ethan Smith for $3 per pound to total $4,550.
Dairy beef. Century National Bank, New Concord, purchased Courtney Burt’s grand champion dairy beef feeder for $3 per pound to total $1,890.
The reserve champion dairy beef feeder, exhibited by Steve Ball, was purchased by Cambridge Eagles #38 for $2.50 per pound to total $1,650.
Hogs. Kayla King exhibited the grand champion market hog which was purchased by Riesbecks Food Market at Cambridge for $8.25 per pound to total $2,268.75.
Heating and Cooling Products, Byesville, purchased the reserve champion hog exhibited by Eric Nichols for $7.25 per pound to total $2,092.50.

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