Hog sale held Thursday


Brooklyne Baldwin’s Reserve Champion Hog sold for $2,000 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. Baldwin is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Tracy Ross of Four Seasons, Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Janelle VanDyke of Buckeye Propane, Shawn Long of Agriline, (second row) Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth, Karen Cassidy of First State Bank, Max Hughes of Gusweiler, Jared Hoop of Baxla Tractor, and Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing.


Konner May’s Grand Champion Barrow and third-place overall hog sold for $850 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. May is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, May’s sister Kendal May, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) John Rolfe of JD Equipment and Chris Cottrill of Channel Seed.


Brooklyne Baldwin’s Reserve Champion Hog sold for $2,000 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. Baldwin is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Tracy Ross of Four Seasons, Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Janelle VanDyke of Buckeye Propane, Shawn Long of Agriline, (second row) Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth, Karen Cassidy of First State Bank, Max Hughes of Gusweiler, Jared Hoop of Baxla Tractor, and Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing.

Konner May’s Grand Champion Barrow and third-place overall hog sold for $850 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. May is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, May’s sister Kendal May, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) John Rolfe of JD Equipment and Chris Cottrill of Channel Seed.

Brooklyne Baldwin’s Reserve Champion Hog sold for $2,000 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. Baldwin is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Tracy Ross of Four Seasons, Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Janelle VanDyke of Buckeye Propane, Shawn Long of Agriline, (second row) Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth, Karen Cassidy of First State Bank, Max Hughes of Gusweiler, Jared Hoop of Baxla Tractor, and Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_ReserveChampionSale1.jpgBrooklyne Baldwin’s Reserve Champion Hog sold for $2,000 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. Baldwin is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Tracy Ross of Four Seasons, Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Janelle VanDyke of Buckeye Propane, Shawn Long of Agriline, (second row) Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth, Karen Cassidy of First State Bank, Max Hughes of Gusweiler, Jared Hoop of Baxla Tractor, and Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing.

Konner May’s Grand Champion Barrow and third-place overall hog sold for $850 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. May is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, May’s sister Kendal May, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) John Rolfe of JD Equipment and Chris Cottrill of Channel Seed.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_GrandChampionBarrow1.jpgKonner May’s Grand Champion Barrow and third-place overall hog sold for $850 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. May is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, May’s sister Kendal May, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, (second row) John Rolfe of JD Equipment and Chris Cottrill of Channel Seed.
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