Grand Champion Hog sold Thursday


Grayson Keller’s Grand Champion Hog sold for $4,000 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. Keller is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, Scott Baird of OK Tire, (second row) Jamie Payton, Caleb Penwell, Rusty Coe of Coe Farms, Jon Wilt of Patchwork Gardens, Brock Wilt of New Generation Showpigs, Bryan McCoy of Beck’s Hybrids, Jim Worley of Worley Pigs, Jim McCoy of Real McCoy, Jamie May of May Hogs, Jeff Wilt of Aluminum Works, and Mark Hughes of Vermeer Heartland.


Grayson Keller’s Grand Champion Hog sold for $4,000 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. Keller is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, Scott Baird of OK Tire, (second row) Jamie Payton, Caleb Penwell, Rusty Coe of Coe Farms, Jon Wilt of Patchwork Gardens, Brock Wilt of New Generation Showpigs, Bryan McCoy of Beck’s Hybrids, Jim Worley of Worley Pigs, Jim McCoy of Real McCoy, Jamie May of May Hogs, Jeff Wilt of Aluminum Works, and Mark Hughes of Vermeer Heartland.

Grayson Keller’s Grand Champion Hog sold for $4,000 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. Keller is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, Scott Baird of OK Tire, (second row) Jamie Payton, Caleb Penwell, Rusty Coe of Coe Farms, Jon Wilt of Patchwork Gardens, Brock Wilt of New Generation Showpigs, Bryan McCoy of Beck’s Hybrids, Jim Worley of Worley Pigs, Jim McCoy of Real McCoy, Jamie May of May Hogs, Jeff Wilt of Aluminum Works, and Mark Hughes of Vermeer Heartland.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_GrandChampionSale1.jpgGrayson Keller’s Grand Champion Hog sold for $4,000 on Thursday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Hog Sale. Keller is pictured with fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Pork Queen Caroline Hughes, Scott Baird of OK Tire, (second row) Jamie Payton, Caleb Penwell, Rusty Coe of Coe Farms, Jon Wilt of Patchwork Gardens, Brock Wilt of New Generation Showpigs, Bryan McCoy of Beck’s Hybrids, Jim Worley of Worley Pigs, Jim McCoy of Real McCoy, Jamie May of May Hogs, Jeff Wilt of Aluminum Works, and Mark Hughes of Vermeer Heartland.
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