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Shelby Dodds' Grand Champion Pen of Three sold for $1,100 at Wednesday's Fayette County Junior Fair Chicken Sale. Pictured with Dodds are the buyers and fair royalty, including (front row) Christopher Tooill of McDonald's, Fayette County Treasurer Susan Dunn, Fair Queen Hannah Peterson, Small Animal Queen Mikayla Mick, (second row) Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Fayette County Clerk of Courts Evelyn Pentzer, Fayette County Commissioner Jack DeWeese, Buck Minyo of National Bank and Trust, Jared Hooop of Baxla Tractor, (last row) Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Jeff Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Jason Humphries of Fifth Third Bank, Fayette County Probate/Juvenile Court Judge David Bender, Keith Tooill of McDonald's, Fayette County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Andy Bivens for Sheriff Vernon Stanforth, and Mark Richards of First State Bank.
Shelby Dodds' Grand Champion Pen of Three sold for $1,100 at Wednesday's Fayette County Junior Fair Chicken Sale. Pictured with Dodds are the buyers and fair royalty, including (front row) Christopher Tooill of McDonald's, Fayette County Treasurer Susan Dunn, Fair Queen Hannah Peterson, Small Animal Queen Mikayla Mick, (second row) Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Fayette County Clerk of Courts Evelyn Pentzer, Fayette County Commissioner Jack DeWeese, Buck Minyo of National Bank and Trust, Jared Hooop of Baxla Tractor, (last row) Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Jeff Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Jason Humphries of Fifth Third Bank, Fayette County Probate/Juvenile Court Judge David Bender, Keith Tooill of McDonald's, Fayette County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Andy Bivens for Sheriff Vernon Stanforth, and Mark Richards of First State Bank.
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Chas Grover’s Grand Champion Meat Goat sold for $2,750 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. This amount was an all-time record for a grand champion meat goat, according to fair organizers. Pictured with Grover are the buyers and fair royalty, including: (front row) Meat Goat Ambassador Kameron Rinehart, Mary Grover of Maple Grove Farm, Diane Faris and John Faris of Faris Insurance, Fair Queen Hannah Peterson, (back row) Phil Myers of Citizens Bank, Washington C.H. Municipal Court Judge Victor Pontious, Tori Pontious and Jim McDonald of McDonald & Son Feed. Buyers not pictured are Buckeye Illini Genetics and EZ Oil.


Alexa Wood’s Reserve Champion Meat Goat sold for $1,500 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Boer Goat Sale. This amount was an all-time record for a reserve champion meat goat, according to fair organizers. Pictured with Woods are the buyers and fair royalty, including: (front row) Fair Attendant Paige Bonham, Tami Malloy, Phil and Dr. Andrew Myers, Addie and Ellia, of Spring Pediatric Dentistry, (back row), Phil Grover and Debbie Woods of the Fayette County Meat Goat Association, and Meat Goat Ambassador Kameron Rinehart.


Jaycee Perry’s Grand Champion Turkey sold for $1,400 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Turkey Sale. Pictured with Perry are the buyers and fair royalty, including (front row) Small Animal Queen Mikayla Mick, Christopher Tooill of McDonald’s, Fair Queen Hannah Peterson, (second row) Jeff Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Jason Humphries of Fifth Third Bank, Morgan Mick of Kroger, Fayette County Clerk of Courts Evelyn Pentzer, Fayette County Treasurer Susan Dunn, (third row) Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Tim Fogt of Huntington Bank, Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Fayette County Probate/Juvenile Court Judge David Bender, Fayette County Engineer Steve Luebbe, Fayette County Commissioner Jack DeWeese, Fayette County Prosecuting Attorney Jess Weade with Carter Weade, (last row) Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Shane and Wyatt McMahon, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, Jared Hoop of Baxla and Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth. The buyer not present is Buck Minyo of National Bank and Trust.


Kelsey Potts’ Reserve Champion Turkey sold for $800 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Turkey Sale. Pictured with Potts are the buyers and fair royalty, including (front row) Small Animal Queen Mikayla Mick, Jason Humphries of Fifth Third Bank, Christopher Tooill of McDonald’s, Fayette County Treasurer Susan Dunn, Fayette County Clerk of Courts Evelyn Pentzer, Fair Attendant Paige Bonham, Sid Charles of Gusweiler, (second row) Jeff Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Morgan Mick of Kroger, Fayette County Probate/Juvenile Court Judge David Bender, Shane McMahon of McMahon Insurance, Fayette County Engineer Steve Luebbe, Fayette County Commissioner Jack DeWeese, Fayette County Prosecutor Jess Weade with Carter Weade, (last row) Fayette County Commissioner Dan Dean, Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, Jared Hoop of Baxla, and Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth.


Shelby Dodds’ Grand Champion Pen of Three sold for $1,100 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Chicken Sale. Pictured with Dodds are the buyers and fair royalty, including (front row) Christopher Tooill of McDonald’s, Fayette County Treasurer Susan Dunn, Fair Queen Hannah Peterson, Small Animal Queen Mikayla Mick, (second row) Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Fayette County Clerk of Courts Evelyn Pentzer, Fayette County Commissioner Jack DeWeese, Buck Minyo of National Bank and Trust, Jared Hooop of Baxla Tractor, (last row) Duane Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Jeff Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Jason Humphries of Fifth Third Bank, Fayette County Probate/Juvenile Court Judge David Bender, Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, Fayette County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Andy Bivens for Sheriff Vernon Stanforth, and Mark Richards of First State Bank.


Jaycee Perry’s Reserve Champion Pen of Three sold for $1,000 at Wednesday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Chicken Sale. Pictured with Perry are the buyers and fair royalty, including (front row) Chris Tooill of McDonald’s, Fair Attendant Heather Johnston, Fayette County Treasurer Susan Dunn, Fayette County Clerk of Courts Evelyn Pentzer, Small Animal Queen Mikayla Mick, (second row) Sid Charles of Gusweiler, Diane Faris of Faris Insurance, Morgan Mick of Kroger, Jason Humphries of Fifth Third Bank, Fayette County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Andy Bivens for Sheriff Vernon Stanforth, Fayette County Commissioner Jack DeWeese, (last row) Keith Tooill of McDonald’s, Duane Litteral and Jeff Litteral of Sugar Creek Packing, Buck Minyo of National Bank & Trust, Mark Richards of First State Bank, Jared Hoop of Baxla Tractor, and Fayette County Probate/Juvenile Court Judge David Bender.


 
 
 
 
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