Trumbull County Fair 2015

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Trumbull Grand Champion Market Beef

Trumbull County Fair 2015

July 18, 2015

Sale total: $ 283,046.70
Total Lots:          232

STEERS
Number of Market Lots: 18
Averages: $4.20 with champions/$4.09 without champions

Grand champion exhibitor*: Luke Culp
Bid: $5/pound              Weight: 1,381 pounds
Buyer: Leeanne Carpenter-Rex and Cheri Klug- In memory of Paul Aaron, Wildflower Farm
Reserve ch. exhibitor: Erika Zuga
Bid: $5/pound              Weight: 1,265 pounds
Buyer: Lauren Catuogno-Jones for Bill Marr LLC.

CARCASS BEEF
Number of Carcass Lots: 7
Averages: $6.67 with champions/$6.44 without champions

Grand champion beef carcass: Hannah Shipman
Bid: $6.50/pound              Weight: 726 pounds
Buyer: Cunningham Farm Drainage System
Reserve champion beef carcass: Erika Zuga
Bid: $8/pound              Weight: 784 pounds
Buyer: Lickety Split Ice Cream

DAIRY FEEDERS
Number of Lots: 15
Averages: $2.73 with champions/$2.72 without champions

Grand champion exhibitor*: Cody Kibler
Bid: $3/pound              Weight: 550 pounds
Buyer: Johnson’s Farm
Reserve champion exhibitor: Tabatha Sherbourne
Bid: $2.50/pound              Weight: 538 pounds
Buyer: Northside Farms

 

HOGS
Number of Market Lots: 87
Averages: $3.07 with champions/$2.97 without champions

Grand champion exhibitor*: Hunter Griffis
Bid: $10.50/pound              Weight: 268 pounds
Buyer: Hovis Tire and Automotive
Reserve champion exhibitor: Miranda Sloan
Bid: $4.50/pound              Weight: 259 pounds
Buyer: Dr. Dennis Benton, DDS.
Supreme Showman/Intermediate showmanship:
Riley Phillips
Senior showmanship: Logan Culp
Junior showmanship: Lauren Phillips
Novice showmanship: Ariel Kimak

CARCASS HOGS
Number of Carcass Lots: 23
Averages: $4.33 with champions/$4.26 without champions

Grand champion carcass: Logan Letcher
Bid: $2.75/pound              Weight: 200 pounds
Buyer: Dr. Dennis Benton, DDS.
Reserve champion carcass: Marissa Sutton
Bid: $8/pound              Weight: 171 pounds
Buyer: Advance Controls, Inc.

CARCASS LAMB
Number of Lots: 9
Averages: $9.55 with champions/$8.66 without champions

Grand champion exhibitor: Mikayla List
Bid: $13/pound              Weight: 77 pounds
Buyer: Trumbull County Farm Bureau
Reserve champion exhibitor: Austin Miner
Bid: $11/pound              Weight: 74 pounds
Buyer: The Review Newspapers

LAMBS
Number of Market Lots: 18
Averages: $5.43 with champions/$4.61 without champions

Grand champion exhibitor*/Senior master shepherd: Mikayla List
Bid: $11/pound              Weight: 129 pounds
Buyer: Noble Reynolds Insurance
Reserve champion exhibitor: Mikayla List
Bid: $11.50/pound              Weight: 143 pounds
Buyer: Adaboy Services
Novice master shepherd: Justin Hall

GOATS
Number of Market Lots: 7
Averages: $4.34 with champions/$4/05 without champions

Grand champion exhibitor: Tate Smith
Bid: $5/pound              Weight: 86 pounds
Buyer: Jim Brown Seed Sales
Reserve champion exhibitor/Trumbull County Born and Bred: Tate Smith
Bid: $5.50/pound              Weight: 71 pounds
Buyer: Jason and Amber Willis

CARCASS GOAT
Number of Market Lots: 2
Average: $6.72 with champions

Grand champion exhibitor: David Sypert
Bid: $9/pound              Weight: 35 pounds
Buyer: Mahan Packing
Reserve champion exhibitor: Tate Smith
Bid: $5/pound              Weight: 46 pounds
Buyer: Brian Griffith

MARKET DAIRY GOAT
Number of Lots: 4
Averages: $6.43 with champions/ $6.03 without champions

Grand champion exhibitor*/Trumbull County Born and Bred: Jeremiah Adams
Bid: $5/pound              Weight: 77 pounds
Buyer: Agostino’s Diesel Repair
Reserve champion exhibitor: Courtney Hubbard
Bid: $9/pound              Weight: 62 pounds
Buyer: Grandma’s Who Care

Auctioneers and Ringmen:
Larry Postlethwaite, Sr., Larry Postlethwaite, Jr., Heath Davis, Drew Turner and Duke Whiting

Junior Fair Royalty:
King: Billy Smith        Queen: Amanda Wylie
Princess: Ashley Wolanzyk

* The grand and reserve champion exhibitor award is based on the exhibitor’s skillathon (40 points), showmanship (40 points) and live animal conformation (20 points). The best of show and reserve best of show titles go to the top two animals in a species.

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