Goats sold Thursday


Ethan Steele’s grand champion dairy meat goat sold for $1,225 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Steele (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Small Animal Queen Marissa Sheets, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Pork Queen Hannah Casto, (back) Nathan Steele of Hidy Pay Lake and Bolen Construction, and Wayne Arnold of A-One Building.


Hunter Roush’s reserve champion dairy meat goat sold for $500 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Roush (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, buyer Nicole Reiterman, Small Animal Queen Marissa Sheets, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, and Pork Queen Hannah Casto.


Carlee Cartee’s grand champion meat goat sold for $1,500 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Cartee (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Diane Faris of Nationwide Insurance, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Jim McDonald of McDonald & Son Feeds, Carole Pontious, Phil Grover, Daryl Waits of Fayette Veterinary Hospital, Debbie Cokonougher of EZ Oil Change, and Washington C.H. Municipal Court Judge Victor Pontious.


Kameron Rinehart’s reserve champion meat goat sold for $1,000 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Rinehart (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Carole Pontious, Victor Pontious and Phil Grover for the Fayette County Meat Goat Association.


Ethan Steele’s grand champion dairy meat goat sold for $1,225 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Steele (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Small Animal Queen Marissa Sheets, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Pork Queen Hannah Casto, (back) Nathan Steele of Hidy Pay Lake and Bolen Construction, and Wayne Arnold of A-One Building.

Hunter Roush’s reserve champion dairy meat goat sold for $500 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Roush (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, buyer Nicole Reiterman, Small Animal Queen Marissa Sheets, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, and Pork Queen Hannah Casto.

Carlee Cartee’s grand champion meat goat sold for $1,500 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Cartee (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Diane Faris of Nationwide Insurance, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Jim McDonald of McDonald & Son Feeds, Carole Pontious, Phil Grover, Daryl Waits of Fayette Veterinary Hospital, Debbie Cokonougher of EZ Oil Change, and Washington C.H. Municipal Court Judge Victor Pontious.

Kameron Rinehart’s reserve champion meat goat sold for $1,000 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Rinehart (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Carole Pontious, Victor Pontious and Phil Grover for the Fayette County Meat Goat Association.

Ethan Steele’s grand champion dairy meat goat sold for $1,225 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Steele (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Small Animal Queen Marissa Sheets, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Pork Queen Hannah Casto, (back) Nathan Steele of Hidy Pay Lake and Bolen Construction, and Wayne Arnold of A-One Building.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_8757.jpgEthan Steele’s grand champion dairy meat goat sold for $1,225 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Steele (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Small Animal Queen Marissa Sheets, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Pork Queen Hannah Casto, (back) Nathan Steele of Hidy Pay Lake and Bolen Construction, and Wayne Arnold of A-One Building.

Hunter Roush’s reserve champion dairy meat goat sold for $500 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Roush (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, buyer Nicole Reiterman, Small Animal Queen Marissa Sheets, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, and Pork Queen Hannah Casto.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_8764.jpgHunter Roush’s reserve champion dairy meat goat sold for $500 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Roush (center) are buyers and fair royalty: Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, buyer Nicole Reiterman, Small Animal Queen Marissa Sheets, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, and Pork Queen Hannah Casto.

Carlee Cartee’s grand champion meat goat sold for $1,500 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Cartee (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Diane Faris of Nationwide Insurance, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Jim McDonald of McDonald & Son Feeds, Carole Pontious, Phil Grover, Daryl Waits of Fayette Veterinary Hospital, Debbie Cokonougher of EZ Oil Change, and Washington C.H. Municipal Court Judge Victor Pontious.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_8770.jpgCarlee Cartee’s grand champion meat goat sold for $1,500 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Cartee (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Diane Faris of Nationwide Insurance, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Jim McDonald of McDonald & Son Feeds, Carole Pontious, Phil Grover, Daryl Waits of Fayette Veterinary Hospital, Debbie Cokonougher of EZ Oil Change, and Washington C.H. Municipal Court Judge Victor Pontious.

Kameron Rinehart’s reserve champion meat goat sold for $1,000 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Rinehart (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Carole Pontious, Victor Pontious and Phil Grover for the Fayette County Meat Goat Association.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_8774.jpgKameron Rinehart’s reserve champion meat goat sold for $1,000 Thursday at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Rinehart (center) are buyers and fair royalty: (front) Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Fair Attendant Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Alexis Schwartz, Fair Attendant Virginia Schappacher, (back) Carole Pontious, Victor Pontious and Phil Grover for the Fayette County Meat Goat Association.
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