Zachary Sheaffer of Harpster took top of the dairy feeders in judging shown with the Junior Fair livestock sale buyers (not in order) were: Doug Kelly, Commercial Savings Bank; Bruce Kuenzli, Wyandot Tractor, Kyle Huss, Sunrise Cooperative, Bruce Braumiller, Morral Companies; Richard Binau, Binau Ins; and Pat Kinley, Sunnyside Meats.
Grand champion dairy steer
Zach Brodman, of Carey, is shown with his grand champion dairy steer in last Saturday’s junior fair livestock sale. Buyers of the grand champion (not in order) were Peggy Brodman, Kalmbach Feeds; Brad Batton, Stombaugh Batton Funeral Home; John Schumm, Beck’s Hybrid; and Blake Rossel, Diversified Agri-Services.
Grand champion fryer rabbit
Shown with her Grand Champion fryer rabbit is McKenzie Row (center, right) of Carey. Helping with the trophy is Lydia Black. Buyer was K Gibson Trucking represented by Pat Seifert and Kelsey Gibson.
Grand champion market Boer goat
Taking grand champion honors in the market Boer goat division was Ethan Weir of Sycamore. Junior Fair livestock sale buyers (not in order) were Jeff Schiefer of Schiefer Insurance Services and Matt Studer of Ken’s Standing Seam, LLC.
Grand champion market chickens
Taking the top award with his market chickens was Trent Hucke (center), of Carey. Buyers were Lenny Clouse (right) and Brian Clouse, both of Clouse Construction.
Grand champion market eggs
Nolan Roszman of Carey took the Grand Champion market eggs honor. Buyers were Mike Roszman, representing Nolan’s Egg Farm, Viking Painting Contractor and Regina Vent, Regina Vent Realty.
Grand champion market hog
In the final sale category of Saturday’s junior fair livestock sale Benjamin Liniger (right), of Sycamore, shows his grand champion market hog accompanied by his buyers Tim Fox and Teresa Fox, both of Fox’s Auto Body.
Grand champion market kid
Showing the Grand Champion market kid was winner Madison Fredritz (right) of Upper Sandusky. Buyer of the goat was Peggy Brodman, representing Kalmbach Feeds.
Grand champion market lamb
Standing with her winning grand champion market lamb is Kathryn “Katie” Conley (front, right), of Upper Sandusky. Holding the trophy is her sister, Kyla. Buyers of the crand champion were (back row, from left) Peggy Brodman, Kalmbach Feeds; Bruce Beck, Commercial Savings Bank; Brad Batton, Stombaugh Batton Funeral Home; and Jordan Rall, Rall Supply.
Grand champion market steer
The Frey brothers took the top two spots in the market steer division. Older brother Ashton Frey, of Upper Sandusky, shows his grand champion market steer along with buyers during the livestock sale. Buyers (not in order) were Glenn Feichtner, representing S&F Transport Co. and Bucyrus United Producers; and Monica Bess, ERA Realty. Holding the trophy for her brother is Kamree Frey.
Grand champion pen of ducks
Top ducks were shown by Morgan Shane, of Wharton, who won the grand champion pen of ducks ribbon. Buyers (not in order) were Dave Barnes, The Daily Chief-Union; Phillip Beidelschies, Community First Bank; Teresa Fox and Tim Fox, Fox’s Auto Body; Regina Vent, Regina Vent Realty; and Bill Gaietto, Reineke Motors. Not pictured is Jeff Knedler, Hempy Water.
Grand champion pen of geese
Bryce O’Flaherty (center), of Sycamore, was grand champion with his pen of geese. He is shown Saturday at the jr. fair livestock sale with buyers Kathy Keller (right), First National Bank, Sycamore; and father William O’Flaherty, representing Attorney Jim Gucker Nick’s Lawn Service.
Grand champion pen of turkeys
Benjamin Arnold (center), of Harpster, captured the grand champion pen of turkeys prize. He is shown with Bruce Beck and Doug Kelly, Commercial Savings Bank.
Grand champion rabbit meat pen
Megan Gatchell of Carey shows her Grand Champion rabbit meat pen. Buyers of the Grand Champion were Teresa Fox and Tim Fox of Fox’s Auto Body.
Reserve champion Boer goat
Kaden Frey of Upper Sandusky took Reserve grand champion Boer goat honors. Shown with his goat in Saturday’s livestock sale are buyers Matt Orians and Roger Miller, of Mizick Miller; Mike Strouse of Westside Feeds;0 and (not shown) Tater Auld and family.
Reserve champion dairy feeder
Showing the Reserve champion dairy feeder is Laine Wentling of Carey. Buyers (not in order) were Lance Kessler and Stan Geiser of Crop Production Service and Kori Parsell of Mennce Grain.
Reserve champion dairy steer
Taking reserve champion dairy steer honors was Zachary Altvater, of Alvada. Buyers in the junior fair livestock sale were (not in order) Pat Kinley, Sunnyside Meat Processing; Matt Walter, auctioneer; Dave Barnes, The Daily Chief-Union; Brad Batton, Stombaugh Batton Funeral Home; Ryan Vehrs and Troy Johnson, L&T Danner Enterprises; Jim Henkel, Evolution Ag; Eric Riegle, Banchard Valley Farmers; Doug Kelly, Community Savings Bank; and Rob McCune, The First Citizens National Bank.
Reserve champion fryer rabbit
Taking the reserve champion fryer rabbit award was Megan Gatchell (center) of Carey. Buyers were Mike Morral (left), of Morral Excavating, and Lenny Clouse, of Clouse Construction Corp.
Reserve champion market chicken
Ashley Ohl (right), of Tiffin, was reserve champion with her market chickens. She is shown at the junior fair livestock sale with buyer Dan Oakes, of Farmers Mutual Insurance Agency.
Reserve champion market eggs
Shown with her reserve champion market eggs is Sabrina McDermott (left), of Sycamore, and buyer Kayla Weaver, an agent with Diversified Insurance Services.
Reserve champion market hog
Winner Kaden Frey (left), of Upper Sandusky, shows his final category of several with his hog entry that took reserve champion market hog. He is shown with Paul Wagner, of Wyandot Motor Sales, who got the winning bid on the animal in the sale.
Reserve champion market kid
Shown with the Reserve Champion market kid is winner Renee Sherman of Forest. Buyers (not in order) were Morgan Shane of Hempy Water of Forest and Tiffin, Phillip Beidelschies, Commmunity First Bank; Aaron Clark, Bringman Clark Shields Funeral Services; Regina Vent, Regina Vent Realty; Dan Harris, Mid-Ohio Energy Cooperative; and Dave Barnes of the Daily Chief-Union.
Reserve champion market lamb
Reserve champion market lamb winner Cameron Shellhouse (right), of Sycamore, shows off his winning lamb with buyer Jim Henkel, Evolution Ag, during the junior fair livestock sale.
Reserve champion market steer
Showing his reserve champion market steer is Kaden Frey, of Upper Sandusky, who is getting help with his trophies from his sister, Kamree Frey. Livestock sale buyers were (not in order) Ryan Vehrs and Troy Johnson, L& T Danner Enterprises; Jordan Rall, Rall Supply; Pat and Sheila Kinley, Sunnyside Meat Processing; Nobert and Nolan Frey, Nobert Frey Roofing; and Regina Vent, Regina Vent Realty.
Reserve champion market turkeys
Taking the reserve champion market turkeys award was Erika Coldiron, of McCutchenville. She is shown with jr. fair livestock sale buyer Kathy Swartz, representing First National Bank of Sycamore.
Reserve champion pen of ducks
Showing her reserve champion pen of ducks at the junior fair livestock sale is Danielle “Dani” Brodman (front row, left), of Upper Sandusky, and friend Sierra Miller. Buyers of the pen of ducks were (back row) Bruce Kuenzli, Wyandot Tractor; Floyd Elsea, The First Citizens National Bank; and Blake Rossel, Diversified Agri-Services.
Reserve champion pen of geese
Niki Young (left), of Upper Sandusky, was a ribbon winner with her reserve champion pen of geese. She is shown with buyer Aaron Clark, Bringman Clark Shields Funeral Services.
Reserve champion rabbit meat pen
Showing the Reserve Champion rabbit meat pen is Jordan Traxler (center right) of Upper Sandusky, helping her is Josie Traxler (center left). Her buyers (back row) were Peggy Brodman, Kalmbach Feeds and Brad Batton, Stombaugh Batton Funeral Home.