Small animal sales bring big dollars


Riley Evans’ Grand Champion Meat Goat sold for $1,500 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Evans are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Goat Ambassador Virginia Schappacher; (second row) Phil Grover of Maple Grove Farms, Drew Pontious, Washington C.H. Municipal Court Judge Victor Pontious, Carol Pontious, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, and Debbie Cokonougher of EZ Oil.


Justin Wines’ Reserve Champion Meat Goat sold for $1,200 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Wines are fair royalty and buyers: Bob Kendrick, Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Goat Ambassador Virginia Schappacher, and Fair Attendant Emily Daniels.


Thomas Bondurant’s Reserve Champion Dairy Meat Goat sold for $700 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Bondurant are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher; (second row) Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Janelle VanDyke of Buckeye Propane, Steve Wilson of LCNB, Tami Reisinger of LCNB, Michelle Westcott of LCNB; (third row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Mark Richards of First State Bank.


Shelby Mulford’s Grand Champion Pen of Two sold for $1,000 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Mulford are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Ron Burke of Lewis Langley Realty, Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble; (second row) Tami Reisinger of LCNB, Michelle Westcott of LCNB, Janelle Vandyke of Buckeye Propane, Fred Wollscheid of Ranchers; (third row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, March Richards of First State Bank, Steve Wilson of LCNB, and Jared Hoop of Baxla Tractor.


Aria Marting’s Reserve Champion Pen of Two sold for $950 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Marting are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Fred Wollscheid of Ranchers, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer; (second row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Janelle Vandyke of Buckeye Propane.


Riley Evans’ Grand Champion Meat Goat sold for $1,500 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Evans are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Goat Ambassador Virginia Schappacher; (second row) Phil Grover of Maple Grove Farms, Drew Pontious, Washington C.H. Municipal Court Judge Victor Pontious, Carol Pontious, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, and Debbie Cokonougher of EZ Oil.

Justin Wines’ Reserve Champion Meat Goat sold for $1,200 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Wines are fair royalty and buyers: Bob Kendrick, Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Goat Ambassador Virginia Schappacher, and Fair Attendant Emily Daniels.

Thomas Bondurant’s Reserve Champion Dairy Meat Goat sold for $700 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Bondurant are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher; (second row) Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Janelle VanDyke of Buckeye Propane, Steve Wilson of LCNB, Tami Reisinger of LCNB, Michelle Westcott of LCNB; (third row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Mark Richards of First State Bank.

Shelby Mulford’s Grand Champion Pen of Two sold for $1,000 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Mulford are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Ron Burke of Lewis Langley Realty, Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble; (second row) Tami Reisinger of LCNB, Michelle Westcott of LCNB, Janelle Vandyke of Buckeye Propane, Fred Wollscheid of Ranchers; (third row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, March Richards of First State Bank, Steve Wilson of LCNB, and Jared Hoop of Baxla Tractor.

Aria Marting’s Reserve Champion Pen of Two sold for $950 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Marting are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Fred Wollscheid of Ranchers, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer; (second row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Janelle Vandyke of Buckeye Propane.

Riley Evans’ Grand Champion Meat Goat sold for $1,500 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Evans are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Goat Ambassador Virginia Schappacher; (second row) Phil Grover of Maple Grove Farms, Drew Pontious, Washington C.H. Municipal Court Judge Victor Pontious, Carol Pontious, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, and Debbie Cokonougher of EZ Oil.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_GoatSale1.jpgRiley Evans’ Grand Champion Meat Goat sold for $1,500 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Evans are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble, Goat Ambassador Virginia Schappacher; (second row) Phil Grover of Maple Grove Farms, Drew Pontious, Washington C.H. Municipal Court Judge Victor Pontious, Carol Pontious, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, and Debbie Cokonougher of EZ Oil.

Justin Wines’ Reserve Champion Meat Goat sold for $1,200 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Wines are fair royalty and buyers: Bob Kendrick, Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Goat Ambassador Virginia Schappacher, and Fair Attendant Emily Daniels.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_GoatSale2.jpgJustin Wines’ Reserve Champion Meat Goat sold for $1,200 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. Pictured with Wines are fair royalty and buyers: Bob Kendrick, Dr. Mary Jo Kerns, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Goat Ambassador Virginia Schappacher, and Fair Attendant Emily Daniels.

Thomas Bondurant’s Reserve Champion Dairy Meat Goat sold for $700 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Bondurant are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher; (second row) Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Janelle VanDyke of Buckeye Propane, Steve Wilson of LCNB, Tami Reisinger of LCNB, Michelle Westcott of LCNB; (third row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Mark Richards of First State Bank.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_GoatSale3.jpgThomas Bondurant’s Reserve Champion Dairy Meat Goat sold for $700 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Dairy Goat Sale. Pictured with Bondurant are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Attendant Taylor Kirkpatrick, Dairy Princess Victoria Schappacher; (second row) Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Janelle VanDyke of Buckeye Propane, Steve Wilson of LCNB, Tami Reisinger of LCNB, Michelle Westcott of LCNB; (third row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Mark Richards of First State Bank.

Shelby Mulford’s Grand Champion Pen of Two sold for $1,000 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Mulford are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Ron Burke of Lewis Langley Realty, Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble; (second row) Tami Reisinger of LCNB, Michelle Westcott of LCNB, Janelle Vandyke of Buckeye Propane, Fred Wollscheid of Ranchers; (third row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, March Richards of First State Bank, Steve Wilson of LCNB, and Jared Hoop of Baxla Tractor.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_GoatSale4.jpgShelby Mulford’s Grand Champion Pen of Two sold for $1,000 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Mulford are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Ron Burke of Lewis Langley Realty, Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer, Fair Queen Abbie Noble; (second row) Tami Reisinger of LCNB, Michelle Westcott of LCNB, Janelle Vandyke of Buckeye Propane, Fred Wollscheid of Ranchers; (third row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, March Richards of First State Bank, Steve Wilson of LCNB, and Jared Hoop of Baxla Tractor.

Aria Marting’s Reserve Champion Pen of Two sold for $950 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Marting are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Fred Wollscheid of Ranchers, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer; (second row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Janelle Vandyke of Buckeye Propane.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_GoatSale5.jpgAria Marting’s Reserve Champion Pen of Two sold for $950 on Wednesday evening at the Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Sale. Pictured with Marting are fair royalty and buyers: (first row) Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Fred Wollscheid of Ranchers, Fair Attendant Alyssa Backenstoe, Small Animal Queen Ginna Climer; (second row) Buck Minyo of Peoples Bank, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, and Janelle Vandyke of Buckeye Propane.
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