2016 Cuyahoga County junior fair livestock sale results

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Grand champion steer
Julia Gasbarre exhibited the grand champion steer at the Cuyahoga County Fair.

Aug. 13, 2016
(Sale report and pictures provided by Cuyahoga County Extension)

RABBITS
(Roaster, pen of two)
Grand champion exhibitor: Hannah Knerem
Bid: $135
Buyer: Beth Durda
Reserve champion exhibitor: Veronica Martin
Bid: $150
Buyer: Neal Wilds

CHICKENS
(Pen of three)
Grand champion exhibitor: Kristen Patrick
Bid: $250          Weight: 27.1 pounds
Buyer: The Cuyahoga Tractor Club
Reserve champion exhibitor: Natalie Fitzgerald
Bid: $215          Weight: 24.2 pounds
Buyer: Fitzgerald Family

TURKEYS
(Pen of two)
Grand champion exhibitor: Julia Gasbarre
Bid: $325          Weight: 76 pounds
Buyer: Augies Pizza and Mayor Stefanick of North Royalton
Reserve champion exhibitor: Ben Pierce
Bid: $225          Weight: 80 pounds
Buyer: Cuyahoga County Fair Board

LAMBS
Grand champion exhibitor: Kristen Patrick
Bid: $3.50/pound          Weight: 132 pounds
Buyer: Dr. Lindsay Kostel, DVM, Greystone Veterinary
Reserve champion exhibitor: Ben Pierce
Bid: $2.50/pound          Weight: 132 pounds
Buyer: Lydia’s Pet Grooming

STEERS
(Miniature Herefords)
Grand champion exhibitor: Julia Gasbarre
Bid: $2.50/pound          Weight: 690 pounds
Buyer: Dr. Adam Hechko, DVM, North Royalton Animal Hospital
Reserve champion exhibitor: Ben Pierce
Bid: $2.85/pound          Weight: 637 pounds
Buyer: Abil Enterprises, Inc., Joe Liba

HOGS
Grand champion exhibitor: Stosh Skoczen
Bid: $2/pound          Weight: 274 pounds
Buyer: Prettyman Farms
Reserve champion exhibitor: Josh Irish
Bid: $2/pound          Weight: 234 pounds
Buyer: Dr. Adam Hechko, DVM, North Royalton Animal Hospital

 

Cuyahoga grand champion chicken pen

The Cuyahoga County Fair grand champion chicken pen, weighing 27.1 pounds, was shown by Kristen Patrick and purchased by The Cuyahoga Tractor Club for $250 per pound.
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Cuyahoga grand champion chicken pen

The Cuyahoga County Fair grand champion chicken pen, weighing 27.1 pounds, was shown by Kristen Patrick and purchased by The Cuyahoga Tractor Club for $250 per pound.
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Cuyahoga grand champion rabbit pen

The Cuyahoga County Fair grand champion rabbit pen was shown by Hannah Knerem and purchased by Beth Durda for $135 per pound.
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Cuyahoga grand champion steer

The Cuyahoga County Fair grand champion Miniature Hereford steer, weighing 690 pounds, was shown by Julia Gasbarre and purchased by Dr. Adam Hechko, DVM, of North Royalton Animal Hospital, for $2.50 per pound.
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Cuyahoga grand champion turkey pen

The Cuyahoga County Fair grand champion turkey pen, weighing 76 pounds, was shown by Julia Gasbarre and purchased by Augies Pizza and Mayor Stefanick of North Royalton for $325.
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Cuyahoga grand champion hog

The Cuyahoga County Fair grand champion hog, weighing 274 pounds, was shown by Stosh Skoczen and purchased by Prettyman Farms for $2 per pound.
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Cuyahoga grand champion market lamb

The Cuyahoga County Fair grand champion lamb, weighing 132 pounds, was shown by Kristen Patrick and purchased by Dr. Lindsay Kostel, DVM of Greystone Veterinary for $3.50 per pound.
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Cuyahoga reserve champion chicken pen

The Cuyahoga County Fair reserve champion chicken pen, weighing 24.2 pounds, was shown by Natalie Fitzgerald and purchased by Winding Brook Farm for $215 per pound.
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Cuyahoga reserve champion hog

The Cuyahoga County Fair reserve champion hog, weighing 234 pounds, was shown by Josh Irish and purchased by Dr. Adam Hechko, DVM, of North Royalton Animal Hospital for $2 per pound.
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Cuyahoga reserve champion lamb

The Cuyahoga County Fair reserve champion lamb, weighing 132 pounds, was shown by Ben Pierce and purchased by Lydia’s Pet Grooming for $2.50 per pound.
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Cuyahoga reserve turkey pen

The Cuyahoga County Fair reserve champion turkey pen, weighing 80 pounds, was shown by Ben Pierce and purchased by the Cuyahoga County Fair Board for $225.

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