Final 2015 Fair Sale held Friday


Kasi Payton’s Grand Champion Market Lamb sold for $900 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Sheep Sale. It then resold again for an additional $250 in memory of Jim Cunningham and David Ogan, Sr. This additional money will be donated to the local 4-H and FFA clubs. Payton is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Lamb & Wool Queen Abbie Pettit, and Dave Ogan, Jr. of Carroll Halliday. The lamb was resold to Robin’s Nest for $250.


Austin Etzler’s Reserve Champion Market Lamb sold for $600 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Sheep Sale. Etzler is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Lamb & Wool Queen Abbie Pettit, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Dave Cummings of Eagles, (third row) Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Hal Haymaker of Haymaker Farms, Mike Pell of First State Bank, Travis Mick of Prime, Jim Gusweiler of Gusweiler, and Charlie Moorehead of Accurate Heating.


Tyler Cummings’ Reserve Champion Steer sold for $5,000 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Steer Sale. Cummings is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Beef Queen Sydney Miller, Wilma Coulter of Merchants Bank, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, (second row) Larry Mayer of Mayer Farm Equipment, Jim McDonald of McDonald Feed, Scott Jenks of Pioneer Seed, Josh Mayer of Mayer Agri Equipment, and Dale Mayer of Mayer Farm Equipment.


Dylan Arnold’s Grand Champion Dairy Steer sold for $1,400 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Steer Sale. Arnold is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, (second row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Doug Fauke of A-one Builders, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank.


Jacob Sears’ Reserve Champion Dairy Steer sold for $1,300 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Steer Sale. Sears is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) Josh Hagler of Seed Consultants, Scott Jenks of Pioneer Seed, Nick McQuillen of Co-Alliance, Matt McFadden of Farm Credit, Larry Mayer of Mayer Equipment, and Dale Mayer of Mayer Equipment.


Sydney Miller’s Grand Champion Market Beef Feeder sold for $3,600 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Feeder Sale. Miller is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Scott Pfeifer of Quality Collision, Nicol Reiterman of Feed & Seed, Lisa Duff of Duff Farms, David Garringer of Elks, David Cummings of Eagles, (second row) Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Fayette County Prosecutor Jess Weade, Mike Rife of Show Cattle, and Fayette County Engineer Steve Luebbe.


Lindsey Worley’s Reserve Champion Market Beef Feeder sold for $3,200 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Feeder Sale. Worley is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Beef Queen Sydney Miller, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Scott Baird of OK Tire, (second row) Mike Pell of First State Bank, Adam Rapien of Congressman Stivers’ Office, Troy Cockerill of Cockerill Cattle Company, Jim Worley of Melvin Stone, Charlie Moorehead of Accurate Heating, and Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth.


Anita Pursell’s Grand Champion Market Dairy Feeder sold for $1,000 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. Pursell is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Bill Butler of Union Stockyard, Chris Cottrill of Channel Seed, Nick Cummings of Wendt Group, and Matt McFadden of Farm Credit Services.


Caleb Streitenberger’s Reserve Champion Market Dairy Feeder sold for $950 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. Streitenberger is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Nicol Reiterman of Feed & Seed, (second row) Andi Keeton and Edward Carter of Kunka, Doug Shannon of Merchants Bank, Nick McQuillen of Co-Alliance, Mike Pell of First State Bank, and John Griffith of JD Equipment.


Kasi Payton’s Grand Champion Market Lamb sold for $900 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Sheep Sale. It then resold again for an additional $250 in memory of Jim Cunningham and David Ogan, Sr. This additional money will be donated to the local 4-H and FFA clubs. Payton is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Lamb & Wool Queen Abbie Pettit, and Dave Ogan, Jr. of Carroll Halliday. The lamb was resold to Robin’s Nest for $250.

Austin Etzler’s Reserve Champion Market Lamb sold for $600 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Sheep Sale. Etzler is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Lamb & Wool Queen Abbie Pettit, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Dave Cummings of Eagles, (third row) Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Hal Haymaker of Haymaker Farms, Mike Pell of First State Bank, Travis Mick of Prime, Jim Gusweiler of Gusweiler, and Charlie Moorehead of Accurate Heating.

Tyler Cummings’ Reserve Champion Steer sold for $5,000 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Steer Sale. Cummings is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Beef Queen Sydney Miller, Wilma Coulter of Merchants Bank, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, (second row) Larry Mayer of Mayer Farm Equipment, Jim McDonald of McDonald Feed, Scott Jenks of Pioneer Seed, Josh Mayer of Mayer Agri Equipment, and Dale Mayer of Mayer Farm Equipment.

Dylan Arnold’s Grand Champion Dairy Steer sold for $1,400 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Steer Sale. Arnold is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, (second row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Doug Fauke of A-one Builders, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank.

Jacob Sears’ Reserve Champion Dairy Steer sold for $1,300 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Steer Sale. Sears is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) Josh Hagler of Seed Consultants, Scott Jenks of Pioneer Seed, Nick McQuillen of Co-Alliance, Matt McFadden of Farm Credit, Larry Mayer of Mayer Equipment, and Dale Mayer of Mayer Equipment.

Sydney Miller’s Grand Champion Market Beef Feeder sold for $3,600 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Feeder Sale. Miller is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Scott Pfeifer of Quality Collision, Nicol Reiterman of Feed & Seed, Lisa Duff of Duff Farms, David Garringer of Elks, David Cummings of Eagles, (second row) Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Fayette County Prosecutor Jess Weade, Mike Rife of Show Cattle, and Fayette County Engineer Steve Luebbe.

Lindsey Worley’s Reserve Champion Market Beef Feeder sold for $3,200 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Feeder Sale. Worley is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Beef Queen Sydney Miller, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Scott Baird of OK Tire, (second row) Mike Pell of First State Bank, Adam Rapien of Congressman Stivers’ Office, Troy Cockerill of Cockerill Cattle Company, Jim Worley of Melvin Stone, Charlie Moorehead of Accurate Heating, and Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth.

Anita Pursell’s Grand Champion Market Dairy Feeder sold for $1,000 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. Pursell is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Bill Butler of Union Stockyard, Chris Cottrill of Channel Seed, Nick Cummings of Wendt Group, and Matt McFadden of Farm Credit Services.

Caleb Streitenberger’s Reserve Champion Market Dairy Feeder sold for $950 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. Streitenberger is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Nicol Reiterman of Feed & Seed, (second row) Andi Keeton and Edward Carter of Kunka, Doug Shannon of Merchants Bank, Nick McQuillen of Co-Alliance, Mike Pell of First State Bank, and John Griffith of JD Equipment.

Kasi Payton’s Grand Champion Market Lamb sold for $900 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Sheep Sale. It then resold again for an additional $250 in memory of Jim Cunningham and David Ogan, Sr. This additional money will be donated to the local 4-H and FFA clubs. Payton is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Lamb & Wool Queen Abbie Pettit, and Dave Ogan, Jr. of Carroll Halliday. The lamb was resold to Robin’s Nest for $250.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_KasiPayton1.jpgKasi Payton’s Grand Champion Market Lamb sold for $900 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Sheep Sale. It then resold again for an additional $250 in memory of Jim Cunningham and David Ogan, Sr. This additional money will be donated to the local 4-H and FFA clubs. Payton is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Lamb & Wool Queen Abbie Pettit, and Dave Ogan, Jr. of Carroll Halliday. The lamb was resold to Robin’s Nest for $250.

Austin Etzler’s Reserve Champion Market Lamb sold for $600 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Sheep Sale. Etzler is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Lamb & Wool Queen Abbie Pettit, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Dave Cummings of Eagles, (third row) Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Hal Haymaker of Haymaker Farms, Mike Pell of First State Bank, Travis Mick of Prime, Jim Gusweiler of Gusweiler, and Charlie Moorehead of Accurate Heating.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_AustinEtzler1.jpgAustin Etzler’s Reserve Champion Market Lamb sold for $600 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Sheep Sale. Etzler is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Lamb & Wool Queen Abbie Pettit, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Dave Cummings of Eagles, (third row) Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Hal Haymaker of Haymaker Farms, Mike Pell of First State Bank, Travis Mick of Prime, Jim Gusweiler of Gusweiler, and Charlie Moorehead of Accurate Heating.

Tyler Cummings’ Reserve Champion Steer sold for $5,000 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Steer Sale. Cummings is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Beef Queen Sydney Miller, Wilma Coulter of Merchants Bank, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, (second row) Larry Mayer of Mayer Farm Equipment, Jim McDonald of McDonald Feed, Scott Jenks of Pioneer Seed, Josh Mayer of Mayer Agri Equipment, and Dale Mayer of Mayer Farm Equipment.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_TylerCummings1.jpgTyler Cummings’ Reserve Champion Steer sold for $5,000 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Steer Sale. Cummings is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Beef Queen Sydney Miller, Wilma Coulter of Merchants Bank, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, (second row) Larry Mayer of Mayer Farm Equipment, Jim McDonald of McDonald Feed, Scott Jenks of Pioneer Seed, Josh Mayer of Mayer Agri Equipment, and Dale Mayer of Mayer Farm Equipment.

Dylan Arnold’s Grand Champion Dairy Steer sold for $1,400 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Steer Sale. Arnold is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, (second row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Doug Fauke of A-one Builders, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_DylanArnold1.jpgDylan Arnold’s Grand Champion Dairy Steer sold for $1,400 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Steer Sale. Arnold is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, (second row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Doug Fauke of A-one Builders, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank.

Jacob Sears’ Reserve Champion Dairy Steer sold for $1,300 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Steer Sale. Sears is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) Josh Hagler of Seed Consultants, Scott Jenks of Pioneer Seed, Nick McQuillen of Co-Alliance, Matt McFadden of Farm Credit, Larry Mayer of Mayer Equipment, and Dale Mayer of Mayer Equipment.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_JacobSears1.jpgJacob Sears’ Reserve Champion Dairy Steer sold for $1,300 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Steer Sale. Sears is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) Josh Hagler of Seed Consultants, Scott Jenks of Pioneer Seed, Nick McQuillen of Co-Alliance, Matt McFadden of Farm Credit, Larry Mayer of Mayer Equipment, and Dale Mayer of Mayer Equipment.

Sydney Miller’s Grand Champion Market Beef Feeder sold for $3,600 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Feeder Sale. Miller is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Scott Pfeifer of Quality Collision, Nicol Reiterman of Feed & Seed, Lisa Duff of Duff Farms, David Garringer of Elks, David Cummings of Eagles, (second row) Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Fayette County Prosecutor Jess Weade, Mike Rife of Show Cattle, and Fayette County Engineer Steve Luebbe.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Sydney-Miller1.jpgSydney Miller’s Grand Champion Market Beef Feeder sold for $3,600 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Feeder Sale. Miller is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Scott Pfeifer of Quality Collision, Nicol Reiterman of Feed & Seed, Lisa Duff of Duff Farms, David Garringer of Elks, David Cummings of Eagles, (second row) Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Fayette County Prosecutor Jess Weade, Mike Rife of Show Cattle, and Fayette County Engineer Steve Luebbe.

Lindsey Worley’s Reserve Champion Market Beef Feeder sold for $3,200 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Feeder Sale. Worley is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Beef Queen Sydney Miller, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Scott Baird of OK Tire, (second row) Mike Pell of First State Bank, Adam Rapien of Congressman Stivers’ Office, Troy Cockerill of Cockerill Cattle Company, Jim Worley of Melvin Stone, Charlie Moorehead of Accurate Heating, and Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Lindsey-Worley1.jpgLindsey Worley’s Reserve Champion Market Beef Feeder sold for $3,200 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Beef Feeder Sale. Worley is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Beef Queen Sydney Miller, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Scott Baird of OK Tire, (second row) Mike Pell of First State Bank, Adam Rapien of Congressman Stivers’ Office, Troy Cockerill of Cockerill Cattle Company, Jim Worley of Melvin Stone, Charlie Moorehead of Accurate Heating, and Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth.

Anita Pursell’s Grand Champion Market Dairy Feeder sold for $1,000 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. Pursell is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Bill Butler of Union Stockyard, Chris Cottrill of Channel Seed, Nick Cummings of Wendt Group, and Matt McFadden of Farm Credit Services.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_AnitaPursell1.jpgAnita Pursell’s Grand Champion Market Dairy Feeder sold for $1,000 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. Pursell is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Bill Butler of Union Stockyard, Chris Cottrill of Channel Seed, Nick Cummings of Wendt Group, and Matt McFadden of Farm Credit Services.

Caleb Streitenberger’s Reserve Champion Market Dairy Feeder sold for $950 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. Streitenberger is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Nicol Reiterman of Feed & Seed, (second row) Andi Keeton and Edward Carter of Kunka, Doug Shannon of Merchants Bank, Nick McQuillen of Co-Alliance, Mike Pell of First State Bank, and John Griffith of JD Equipment.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_CalebStreitenberg1.jpgCaleb Streitenberger’s Reserve Champion Market Dairy Feeder sold for $950 on Friday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. Streitenberger is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Jason Humphrey of Fifth Third Bank, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Nicol Reiterman of Feed & Seed, (second row) Andi Keeton and Edward Carter of Kunka, Doug Shannon of Merchants Bank, Nick McQuillen of Co-Alliance, Mike Pell of First State Bank, and John Griffith of JD Equipment.
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