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Jr. livestock auction brings in over $2 million 

 

– A total of $2,188,063 was raised from the sale of 850 animals at the 2017 Mid-State Fair’s Jr. Livestock auction, according to unofficial results from the fair. The individual results are:

  • Wyatt Judge of San Luis Obispo FFA sold the Grand Champion Heifer to Fresh Food, Inc for $8,500.
  • Hayden Taylor of Pozo 4-H sold the Reserved Grand Champion Heifer to K-6 Ranch for $13,500.
  • Carly Wheeler of Santa Lucia 4-H 4H sold the Reserve Champion Heifer to Fresh Food, Inc for $11,500.
  • Lacey Haas of San Luis Obispo FFA sold the FFA Reserve Champion Heifer to Sky Rose Ranch for $7,500.
  • Brayden Kahler of Cerro Alto 4-H sold the Grand Champion Hog to Atascadero Hay and Feed, Clevenger Cattle, and Tanner Dye Livestock for 3,752.
  • Russell Whitaker of Atascadero FFA sold the Reserved Grand Champion Hog to Certis, Mission Ranches, and Holaday Seed for $ 9,396.
  • Rachel Wilkins of Lockwood 4-H sold the Grand Champion Rabbits to Tony Domingos Farming Inc, Adamski, Moroski, Madden, Cumberland & Green and Hugh Pitts – ReMax Parkside for $1500.
  • Kendall Savage of Chaparral 4-H sold the Reserved Grand Champion Rabbits to Francine Reich for $1200.
  • Kendall Savage of Chaparral 4-H sold the Grand Champion Goat to Tony Domingos Farming Inc for $2112.
  • Tanner Bevill sold the Independent Reserved Grand Champion Goat to Adamski, Moroski, Madden, Cumberland & Green and Hugh Pitts – ReMax Parkside for $1027.
  • Holyn Sylvester of Canyon Country 4-H sold the Grand Champion Market Broilers to American Riviera Bank for $5500.
  • Aeven Sylvester of Canyon Country 4-H sold the Reserved Grand Champion Market Broilers to Tanner Dye Livestock, Clevenger Cattle, and Atascadero Hay and Feed for $1200.
  • Emma Wiest of El Paso De Robles 4-H sold the Grand Champion Lamb to Boneso Brothers Construction, Inc for $2740.
  • Kaci Walker of Templeton FFA sold the Reserved Grand Champion Lamb to Farm Credit West for $2130.
  • Wyatt DeBusk of Atascadero FFA sold the Grand Champion Steer to Nino’s Grill for $8946.
  • Johnny Schmitz sold the Independent Reserved Grand Champion Steer to Electrotec Enterprises, Inc and Tom Corea Construction, Inc for $9450.

 

The totals were:

  • 87 heifers for a total of $445,000.
  • 79 steers for a total of $39,233.
  • 178 lambs for a total of $ 310,833.
  • 447 hogs for a total of $968,864.
  • 48 meat goats for a total of $58,909.
  • 4 rabbit meat pens for a total of $4,300.
  • 4 poultry meat pens for a total of $7,825.
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News staff of the Paso Robles Daily News wrote and edited this story from local contributors and press releases. Scott Brennan is the publisher of this newspaper and founder of Access Publishing. Connect with him on , Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, or follow his blog. He can be reached at scott@pasoroblesdailynews.com.

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