Small animals, BIG sales


Meghan Cory’s reserve champion pen of three rabbits sold for $1,400 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Cory (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Mandy Williams, owner of 3-C Cab, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, and Fair Attendant Ginna Climer.


Kassidy Hoppes’ grand champion pen of three rabbits sold for $1,800 - a rabbit sale record at the Fayette County Fair - at Wednesday’s Fayette County Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Hoppes (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front row) Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Diane Faris Monro of Faris Nationwide, Jessica Hall of State Farm/Shane McMahon, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, (back row) Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Buck Minyo of LCNB, Rick Fagan of Gusweiler, Lucas Denney for Steve Stivers’ office, County Commissioner Tony Anderson, and State Rep. Gary Scherer.


Riley Evans’ reserve champion pen of three chickens sold for $1,200 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Chicken Sale. Pictured with Evans (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, (back) buyers Brian Karnes of BK Exteriors, Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Todd Evans of Quali-Tee Design, and Barb Duncan of Merchants Bank.


Addyson Butts’ grand champion pen of three chickens sold for $1,400 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Chicken Sale. Pictured with Butts (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, the buyer Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, and Small Animal Queen Macy Detty.


Drew Black’s grand champion turkey sold for $1,100 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Turkey Sale. Pictured with Black (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, buyer Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, and Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher.


Abigail Riley’s reserve champion turkey sold for $600 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Turkey Sale. Pictured with Riley (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, County Commissioner Dan Dean, Buck Minyo of LCNB National Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Diane Amore of LeElla Lanes, and Tammy Reisinger of LCNB National Bank.


Meghan Cory’s reserve champion pen of three rabbits sold for $1,400 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Cory (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Mandy Williams, owner of 3-C Cab, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, and Fair Attendant Ginna Climer.

Kassidy Hoppes’ grand champion pen of three rabbits sold for $1,800 – a rabbit sale record at the Fayette County Fair – at Wednesday’s Fayette County Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Hoppes (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front row) Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Diane Faris Monro of Faris Nationwide, Jessica Hall of State Farm/Shane McMahon, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, (back row) Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Buck Minyo of LCNB, Rick Fagan of Gusweiler, Lucas Denney for Steve Stivers’ office, County Commissioner Tony Anderson, and State Rep. Gary Scherer.

Riley Evans’ reserve champion pen of three chickens sold for $1,200 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Chicken Sale. Pictured with Evans (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, (back) buyers Brian Karnes of BK Exteriors, Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Todd Evans of Quali-Tee Design, and Barb Duncan of Merchants Bank.

Addyson Butts’ grand champion pen of three chickens sold for $1,400 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Chicken Sale. Pictured with Butts (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, the buyer Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, and Small Animal Queen Macy Detty.

Drew Black’s grand champion turkey sold for $1,100 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Turkey Sale. Pictured with Black (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, buyer Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, and Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher.

Abigail Riley’s reserve champion turkey sold for $600 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Turkey Sale. Pictured with Riley (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, County Commissioner Dan Dean, Buck Minyo of LCNB National Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Diane Amore of LeElla Lanes, and Tammy Reisinger of LCNB National Bank.

Meghan Cory’s reserve champion pen of three rabbits sold for $1,400 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Cory (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Mandy Williams, owner of 3-C Cab, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, and Fair Attendant Ginna Climer.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_4122.jpgMeghan Cory’s reserve champion pen of three rabbits sold for $1,400 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Cory (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Mandy Williams, owner of 3-C Cab, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, and Fair Attendant Ginna Climer.

Kassidy Hoppes’ grand champion pen of three rabbits sold for $1,800 – a rabbit sale record at the Fayette County Fair – at Wednesday’s Fayette County Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Hoppes (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front row) Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Diane Faris Monro of Faris Nationwide, Jessica Hall of State Farm/Shane McMahon, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, (back row) Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Buck Minyo of LCNB, Rick Fagan of Gusweiler, Lucas Denney for Steve Stivers’ office, County Commissioner Tony Anderson, and State Rep. Gary Scherer.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_4119.jpgKassidy Hoppes’ grand champion pen of three rabbits sold for $1,800 – a rabbit sale record at the Fayette County Fair – at Wednesday’s Fayette County Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Hoppes (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front row) Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Diane Faris Monro of Faris Nationwide, Jessica Hall of State Farm/Shane McMahon, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, (back row) Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Buck Minyo of LCNB, Rick Fagan of Gusweiler, Lucas Denney for Steve Stivers’ office, County Commissioner Tony Anderson, and State Rep. Gary Scherer.

Riley Evans’ reserve champion pen of three chickens sold for $1,200 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Chicken Sale. Pictured with Evans (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, (back) buyers Brian Karnes of BK Exteriors, Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Todd Evans of Quali-Tee Design, and Barb Duncan of Merchants Bank.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_8687.jpgRiley Evans’ reserve champion pen of three chickens sold for $1,200 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Chicken Sale. Pictured with Evans (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, (back) buyers Brian Karnes of BK Exteriors, Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Todd Evans of Quali-Tee Design, and Barb Duncan of Merchants Bank.

Addyson Butts’ grand champion pen of three chickens sold for $1,400 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Chicken Sale. Pictured with Butts (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, the buyer Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, and Small Animal Queen Macy Detty.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_8685.jpgAddyson Butts’ grand champion pen of three chickens sold for $1,400 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Chicken Sale. Pictured with Butts (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, the buyer Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, and Small Animal Queen Macy Detty.

Drew Black’s grand champion turkey sold for $1,100 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Turkey Sale. Pictured with Black (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, buyer Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, and Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_8691.jpgDrew Black’s grand champion turkey sold for $1,100 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Turkey Sale. Pictured with Black (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, buyer Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, and Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher.

Abigail Riley’s reserve champion turkey sold for $600 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Turkey Sale. Pictured with Riley (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, County Commissioner Dan Dean, Buck Minyo of LCNB National Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Diane Amore of LeElla Lanes, and Tammy Reisinger of LCNB National Bank.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_8692.jpgAbigail Riley’s reserve champion turkey sold for $600 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Turkey Sale. Pictured with Riley (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Small Animal Queen Macy Detty, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, County Commissioner Dan Dean, Buck Minyo of LCNB National Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Diane Amore of LeElla Lanes, and Tammy Reisinger of LCNB National Bank.
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