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4-H News

August 14, 2010

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Douglas County Fair Board announces results of the 4-H Livestock Auction held Aug. 7 at the conclusion of the fair at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. A total of 121 animals were sold with the sales totaling $131,536.

The grand champion market steer, owned by Colton Lynch of Eudora, received a base bid of $1,265. It was purchased by Perry Milling, Eudora Animal Hospital, Heritage Tractor, Overbrook Livestock Commission Co., Douglas County Friend of 4-H, Midland Genetics, Bill and Marlene Penny and Schaake Farms with a premium bid of $4,500.

The reserve grand champion market steer, owned by Wyatt Schumann of Lecompton, received a base bid of $1,280. It was purchased by Biozyme Inc., Pine Family Farm Grass and Turf, University Bank, R Bar B Saddle & Tack, Douglas County Friends of 4-H, Perry Milling and J.B. Pearl Supply with a premium bid of $3,000.

The grand champion market sheep, owned by Taylor Stanley of Baldwin City, received a base bid of $147. It was purchased by Bayer Animal Health with a premium bid of $1,000.

The reserve grand champion market sheep, also owned by Taylor Stanley, received a base bid of $166. It was purchased by Checkers with a premium bid of $400.

The grand champion market hog, owned by MacKenzie Flory of Baldwin City, received a base bid of $144. It was purchased by Ames Construction with a premium bid of $1,200.

The reserve grand champion market hog, owned by Tyler Kapelle of Lawrence, received a base bid of $145. It was purchased by John Beins with a premium bid of $600.

The grand champion market rabbit, owned by Mason Howard of Berryton, was purchased by M & M Baking with a premium bid of $500.

The reserve grand champion market rabbit, owned by Holly Vesecky of Baldwin City, was purchased by Dr. Herschell Lewis with a premium bid of $400.

The grand champion meat goat, owned by April Hostetler of Baldwin City, received a base bid of $106. It was purchased by Checkers. The premium was $600.

The reserve grand champion meat goat, owned by Holly Swearingen of Lawrence, received a base bid of $97. It was purchased by Palmyra 4-H Club. The premium was $425.

The grand champion meat pen of chickens was owned by Charley McGraw, Lawrence. It was purchased by Lawrence Chamber of Commerce with a premium bid of $450.

The reserve grand champion meat pen of chickens, also owned by Holly Vesecky of Baldwin City, was purchased by Baldwin State Bank with a premium bid of $300.

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