Big sales at Fayette County Fair


Maya McCoy’s grand champion meat goat sold for $1,750 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Meat Goat Sale. The buyers for the meat goat were: EZ Oil, Fayette Veterinary Hospital, McDonald & Son Feeds, Buckeye Illini Genetics, Faris Insurance, Judge Victor Pontious, and K&S Concrete.

Maya McCoy’s grand champion meat goat sold for $1,750 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Meat Goat Sale. The buyers for the meat goat were: EZ Oil, Fayette Veterinary Hospital, McDonald & Son Feeds, Buckeye Illini Genetics, Faris Insurance, Judge Victor Pontious, and K&S Concrete.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Kelsey Pettit’s reserve grand champion meat goat sold for $1,600 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Meat Goat Sale. The buyers for the meat goat were the Memory of Joanne Mayer group, J K Precast, and Merchants National Bank.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Kelsey Pettit’s grand champion dairy goat sold for $1,350 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Goat Sale. The buyer for the dairy goat was State Rep. Mark Johnson.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Matthew Webb’s reserve grand champion dairy goat sold for $800 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Goat Sale. The buyers for the dairy goat were: SVG Motors, Fifth Third Bank, First State Bank, McClish Plants Plus, McDonald’s of Fayette County, McClish Land, and LCNB National Bank.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Drew Black’s grand champion market turkey sold for $1,150 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Turkey Sale. The buyer for the market turkey was Merchants National Bank.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Kelsey Leasure’s reserve grand champion market turkey sold for $425 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Turkey Sale. The buyers for the market turkey were: SVG Toyota, First State Bank, and Fifth Third Bank.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Courtney Carter’s grand champion rabbit meat pen of 2 sold for $550 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Rabbit Sale. The buyer for the meat pen of 2 was the Fayette County Democrats.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Magarah Bloom’s reserve grand champion rabbit meat pen of 2 sold for $850 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Rabbit Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 2 were: Matt Jackson Trucking, Ralph Bloom Trucking, John Bloom Trucking, Adena Family Medicine, Merchants National Bank, Dr. Mary Jo Kendrick, and Thompson Orthodontics.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Addyson Butts’ grand champion chicken meat pen of 3 sold for $700 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Chicken Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 3 were: Fifth Third Bank, McDonald’s of Fayette County, First State Bank, LCNB National Bank, Ranchers Roast Beef, and SVG Toyota.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Molly Whiteside’s reserve grand champion chicken meat pen of 3 sold for $575 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Chicken Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 3 were: Outside Box Cafe & Pizza, Dicks Biogene, Carol Cramer, the Fayette County Republican Party, Jeff Fire Department, and Barkers Towing & Recovery.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Mackenzie Cory’s grand champion market lamb sold for $1,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyer for the market lamb was Bluebird Retirement, London, Ohio.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Emily Taylor’s reserve grand champion market lamb sold for $1,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyers for the market lamb were: Havens Family Landscaping and Gustin Seed Service.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Weston Melvin’s grand champion pen of two market lambs sold for $700 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyers for the pen of two were: Lanie Weade (1967 Lamb Queen) and LCNB National Bank.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Mackenzie Cory’s reserve grand champion pen of two market lambs sold for $500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. Pictured with Cory is 2019 Fayette County Fair Queen Abbi Pettit.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Balen Helsel’s reserve grand champion market hog sold for $2,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Hog Sale. The buyers for the market hog were: Fifth Third Bank, Real McCoy Genetics, Rusty Keg, McDonald Feed, Kimley Feed, McNeal Show Pigs, Fayette Veterinary Hospital, Aluminum Works, Bryan Cockerill, Patchwork Gardens, Coe Farms, Kile Landscaping, and Merchants National Bank.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

August Wilt’s reserve grand champion market beef steer sold for $6,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Steer Sale. The buyers for the market beef steer were: Ag-Pro, Jason Duff, Brian Reeves, McDonald & Son Feed, First State Bank, Erik Marting, Miller Grain, Walker Farms, Anderson Equipment, Duff Farms, Bill and Debbie Diley, Cottrill Seed, Merchants National Bank, Vallery Dorn, Mike King Farms, Kirk Farms, Cockerill Elite, Bower Farm, Farm Credit Services, and Nate Warner.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Madison Riley’s grand champion beef feeder sold for $4,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Feeder Sale. The buyers for the beef feeder were: SVG, Duff Farms, Jason Duff, McDonald’s of Fayette County, Melvin Stone, Havens Family Landscape, Ranchers Roast Beef, Susan Wollscheid Attorney, Shane McMahon, and Fayette County’s Finest Show Cattle.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Addyson Butts’ reserve grand champion beef feeder sold for $3,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Feeder Sale. The buyers for the beef feeder were: Cottrill Seed, Parrett Insurance, Reiterman Feed, Wendt Group, and Friends of the Junior Fair.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Matthew Webb’s grand champion dairy feeder sold for $3,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. The buyers for the dairy feeder were: Merchants National Bank, McDonald’s of Fayette County, Ranchers, GL Pettit Store, and Susan Wollscheid Attorney.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Haleigh Moore’s reserve grand champion dairy feeder sold for $2,200 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. The buyers for the dairy feeder were: Mayer Farm Equipment and GL Pettit Store.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Michael Schappacher’s grand champion market dairy steer sold for $1,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Steer Sale. The buyers for the market dairy steer were: Mayer Farm Equipment, Havens Landscaping, Union Stockyards, and GL Pettit Store.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Taylor Moore’s reserve grand champion market dairy steer sold for $1,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Steer Sale. The buyers for the market dairy steer were: Mowery Farms and Joe Blystone for Governor.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Maya McCoy’s grand champion market hog sold for $4,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Hog Sale. The buyers for the market hog were: Fifth Third Bank, Aluminum Works, Bryan Cockerill, Patchwork Gardens, Coe Farms, Gustin Seed, Kimley Feed Store, Bluebird Retirement, Ranchers, SVG, Rusty Keg, McDonald Feed, Malcolm Farms, Thompson Show Feed, Hartley Oil, Brad and Angela Woodruff, Susan Wollscheid, McDonald’s of Fayette County, First State Bank, Wendt Group - Wes Black, Farm Credit Services, and Riley Family Show Cattle.


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Maya McCoy’s grand champion meat goat sold for $1,750 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Meat Goat Sale. The buyers for the meat goat were: EZ Oil, Fayette Veterinary Hospital, McDonald & Son Feeds, Buckeye Illini Genetics, Faris Insurance, Judge Victor Pontious, and K&S Concrete.

Kelsey Pettit’s reserve grand champion meat goat sold for $1,600 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Meat Goat Sale. The buyers for the meat goat were the Memory of Joanne Mayer group, J K Precast, and Merchants National Bank.

Kelsey Pettit’s grand champion dairy goat sold for $1,350 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Goat Sale. The buyer for the dairy goat was State Rep. Mark Johnson.

Matthew Webb’s reserve grand champion dairy goat sold for $800 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Goat Sale. The buyers for the dairy goat were: SVG Motors, Fifth Third Bank, First State Bank, McClish Plants Plus, McDonald’s of Fayette County, McClish Land, and LCNB National Bank.

Drew Black’s grand champion market turkey sold for $1,150 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Turkey Sale. The buyer for the market turkey was Merchants National Bank.

Kelsey Leasure’s reserve grand champion market turkey sold for $425 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Turkey Sale. The buyers for the market turkey were: SVG Toyota, First State Bank, and Fifth Third Bank.

Courtney Carter’s grand champion rabbit meat pen of 2 sold for $550 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Rabbit Sale. The buyer for the meat pen of 2 was the Fayette County Democrats.

Magarah Bloom’s reserve grand champion rabbit meat pen of 2 sold for $850 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Rabbit Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 2 were: Matt Jackson Trucking, Ralph Bloom Trucking, John Bloom Trucking, Adena Family Medicine, Merchants National Bank, Dr. Mary Jo Kendrick, and Thompson Orthodontics.

Addyson Butts’ grand champion chicken meat pen of 3 sold for $700 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Chicken Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 3 were: Fifth Third Bank, McDonald’s of Fayette County, First State Bank, LCNB National Bank, Ranchers Roast Beef, and SVG Toyota.

Molly Whiteside’s reserve grand champion chicken meat pen of 3 sold for $575 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Chicken Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 3 were: Outside Box Cafe & Pizza, Dicks Biogene, Carol Cramer, the Fayette County Republican Party, Jeff Fire Department, and Barkers Towing & Recovery.

Mackenzie Cory’s grand champion market lamb sold for $1,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyer for the market lamb was Bluebird Retirement, London, Ohio.

Emily Taylor’s reserve grand champion market lamb sold for $1,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyers for the market lamb were: Havens Family Landscaping and Gustin Seed Service.

Weston Melvin’s grand champion pen of two market lambs sold for $700 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyers for the pen of two were: Lanie Weade (1967 Lamb Queen) and LCNB National Bank.

Mackenzie Cory’s reserve grand champion pen of two market lambs sold for $500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. Pictured with Cory is 2019 Fayette County Fair Queen Abbi Pettit.

Balen Helsel’s reserve grand champion market hog sold for $2,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Hog Sale. The buyers for the market hog were: Fifth Third Bank, Real McCoy Genetics, Rusty Keg, McDonald Feed, Kimley Feed, McNeal Show Pigs, Fayette Veterinary Hospital, Aluminum Works, Bryan Cockerill, Patchwork Gardens, Coe Farms, Kile Landscaping, and Merchants National Bank.

August Wilt’s reserve grand champion market beef steer sold for $6,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Steer Sale. The buyers for the market beef steer were: Ag-Pro, Jason Duff, Brian Reeves, McDonald & Son Feed, First State Bank, Erik Marting, Miller Grain, Walker Farms, Anderson Equipment, Duff Farms, Bill and Debbie Diley, Cottrill Seed, Merchants National Bank, Vallery Dorn, Mike King Farms, Kirk Farms, Cockerill Elite, Bower Farm, Farm Credit Services, and Nate Warner.

Madison Riley’s grand champion beef feeder sold for $4,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Feeder Sale. The buyers for the beef feeder were: SVG, Duff Farms, Jason Duff, McDonald’s of Fayette County, Melvin Stone, Havens Family Landscape, Ranchers Roast Beef, Susan Wollscheid Attorney, Shane McMahon, and Fayette County’s Finest Show Cattle.

Addyson Butts’ reserve grand champion beef feeder sold for $3,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Feeder Sale. The buyers for the beef feeder were: Cottrill Seed, Parrett Insurance, Reiterman Feed, Wendt Group, and Friends of the Junior Fair.

Matthew Webb’s grand champion dairy feeder sold for $3,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. The buyers for the dairy feeder were: Merchants National Bank, McDonald’s of Fayette County, Ranchers, GL Pettit Store, and Susan Wollscheid Attorney.

Haleigh Moore’s reserve grand champion dairy feeder sold for $2,200 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. The buyers for the dairy feeder were: Mayer Farm Equipment and GL Pettit Store.

Michael Schappacher’s grand champion market dairy steer sold for $1,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Steer Sale. The buyers for the market dairy steer were: Mayer Farm Equipment, Havens Landscaping, Union Stockyards, and GL Pettit Store.

Taylor Moore’s reserve grand champion market dairy steer sold for $1,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Steer Sale. The buyers for the market dairy steer were: Mowery Farms and Joe Blystone for Governor.

Maya McCoy’s grand champion market hog sold for $4,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Hog Sale. The buyers for the market hog were: Fifth Third Bank, Aluminum Works, Bryan Cockerill, Patchwork Gardens, Coe Farms, Gustin Seed, Kimley Feed Store, Bluebird Retirement, Ranchers, SVG, Rusty Keg, McDonald Feed, Malcolm Farms, Thompson Show Feed, Hartley Oil, Brad and Angela Woodruff, Susan Wollscheid, McDonald’s of Fayette County, First State Bank, Wendt Group – Wes Black, Farm Credit Services, and Riley Family Show Cattle.

Maya McCoy’s grand champion meat goat sold for $1,750 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Meat Goat Sale. The buyers for the meat goat were: EZ Oil, Fayette Veterinary Hospital, McDonald & Son Feeds, Buckeye Illini Genetics, Faris Insurance, Judge Victor Pontious, and K&S Concrete.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2688.jpgMaya McCoy’s grand champion meat goat sold for $1,750 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Meat Goat Sale. The buyers for the meat goat were: EZ Oil, Fayette Veterinary Hospital, McDonald & Son Feeds, Buckeye Illini Genetics, Faris Insurance, Judge Victor Pontious, and K&S Concrete. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Kelsey Pettit’s reserve grand champion meat goat sold for $1,600 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Meat Goat Sale. The buyers for the meat goat were the Memory of Joanne Mayer group, J K Precast, and Merchants National Bank.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2690.jpgKelsey Pettit’s reserve grand champion meat goat sold for $1,600 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Meat Goat Sale. The buyers for the meat goat were the Memory of Joanne Mayer group, J K Precast, and Merchants National Bank. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Kelsey Pettit’s grand champion dairy goat sold for $1,350 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Goat Sale. The buyer for the dairy goat was State Rep. Mark Johnson.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2694.jpgKelsey Pettit’s grand champion dairy goat sold for $1,350 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Goat Sale. The buyer for the dairy goat was State Rep. Mark Johnson. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Matthew Webb’s reserve grand champion dairy goat sold for $800 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Goat Sale. The buyers for the dairy goat were: SVG Motors, Fifth Third Bank, First State Bank, McClish Plants Plus, McDonald’s of Fayette County, McClish Land, and LCNB National Bank.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2696.jpgMatthew Webb’s reserve grand champion dairy goat sold for $800 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Goat Sale. The buyers for the dairy goat were: SVG Motors, Fifth Third Bank, First State Bank, McClish Plants Plus, McDonald’s of Fayette County, McClish Land, and LCNB National Bank. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Drew Black’s grand champion market turkey sold for $1,150 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Turkey Sale. The buyer for the market turkey was Merchants National Bank.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2698.jpgDrew Black’s grand champion market turkey sold for $1,150 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Turkey Sale. The buyer for the market turkey was Merchants National Bank. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Kelsey Leasure’s reserve grand champion market turkey sold for $425 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Turkey Sale. The buyers for the market turkey were: SVG Toyota, First State Bank, and Fifth Third Bank.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2700.jpgKelsey Leasure’s reserve grand champion market turkey sold for $425 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Turkey Sale. The buyers for the market turkey were: SVG Toyota, First State Bank, and Fifth Third Bank. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Courtney Carter’s grand champion rabbit meat pen of 2 sold for $550 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Rabbit Sale. The buyer for the meat pen of 2 was the Fayette County Democrats.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2702.jpgCourtney Carter’s grand champion rabbit meat pen of 2 sold for $550 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Rabbit Sale. The buyer for the meat pen of 2 was the Fayette County Democrats. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Magarah Bloom’s reserve grand champion rabbit meat pen of 2 sold for $850 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Rabbit Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 2 were: Matt Jackson Trucking, Ralph Bloom Trucking, John Bloom Trucking, Adena Family Medicine, Merchants National Bank, Dr. Mary Jo Kendrick, and Thompson Orthodontics.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2704.jpgMagarah Bloom’s reserve grand champion rabbit meat pen of 2 sold for $850 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Rabbit Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 2 were: Matt Jackson Trucking, Ralph Bloom Trucking, John Bloom Trucking, Adena Family Medicine, Merchants National Bank, Dr. Mary Jo Kendrick, and Thompson Orthodontics. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Addyson Butts’ grand champion chicken meat pen of 3 sold for $700 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Chicken Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 3 were: Fifth Third Bank, McDonald’s of Fayette County, First State Bank, LCNB National Bank, Ranchers Roast Beef, and SVG Toyota.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2706.jpgAddyson Butts’ grand champion chicken meat pen of 3 sold for $700 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Chicken Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 3 were: Fifth Third Bank, McDonald’s of Fayette County, First State Bank, LCNB National Bank, Ranchers Roast Beef, and SVG Toyota. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Molly Whiteside’s reserve grand champion chicken meat pen of 3 sold for $575 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Chicken Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 3 were: Outside Box Cafe & Pizza, Dicks Biogene, Carol Cramer, the Fayette County Republican Party, Jeff Fire Department, and Barkers Towing & Recovery.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2708.jpgMolly Whiteside’s reserve grand champion chicken meat pen of 3 sold for $575 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Chicken Sale. The buyers for the meat pen of 3 were: Outside Box Cafe & Pizza, Dicks Biogene, Carol Cramer, the Fayette County Republican Party, Jeff Fire Department, and Barkers Towing & Recovery. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Mackenzie Cory’s grand champion market lamb sold for $1,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyer for the market lamb was Bluebird Retirement, London, Ohio.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2709.jpgMackenzie Cory’s grand champion market lamb sold for $1,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyer for the market lamb was Bluebird Retirement, London, Ohio. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Emily Taylor’s reserve grand champion market lamb sold for $1,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyers for the market lamb were: Havens Family Landscaping and Gustin Seed Service.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2711.jpgEmily Taylor’s reserve grand champion market lamb sold for $1,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyers for the market lamb were: Havens Family Landscaping and Gustin Seed Service. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Weston Melvin’s grand champion pen of two market lambs sold for $700 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyers for the pen of two were: Lanie Weade (1967 Lamb Queen) and LCNB National Bank.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2714.jpgWeston Melvin’s grand champion pen of two market lambs sold for $700 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. The buyers for the pen of two were: Lanie Weade (1967 Lamb Queen) and LCNB National Bank. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Mackenzie Cory’s reserve grand champion pen of two market lambs sold for $500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. Pictured with Cory is 2019 Fayette County Fair Queen Abbi Pettit.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2716.jpgMackenzie Cory’s reserve grand champion pen of two market lambs sold for $500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Lamb Sale. Pictured with Cory is 2019 Fayette County Fair Queen Abbi Pettit. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Balen Helsel’s reserve grand champion market hog sold for $2,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Hog Sale. The buyers for the market hog were: Fifth Third Bank, Real McCoy Genetics, Rusty Keg, McDonald Feed, Kimley Feed, McNeal Show Pigs, Fayette Veterinary Hospital, Aluminum Works, Bryan Cockerill, Patchwork Gardens, Coe Farms, Kile Landscaping, and Merchants National Bank.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_2722.jpgBalen Helsel’s reserve grand champion market hog sold for $2,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Hog Sale. The buyers for the market hog were: Fifth Third Bank, Real McCoy Genetics, Rusty Keg, McDonald Feed, Kimley Feed, McNeal Show Pigs, Fayette Veterinary Hospital, Aluminum Works, Bryan Cockerill, Patchwork Gardens, Coe Farms, Kile Landscaping, and Merchants National Bank. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

August Wilt’s reserve grand champion market beef steer sold for $6,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Steer Sale. The buyers for the market beef steer were: Ag-Pro, Jason Duff, Brian Reeves, McDonald & Son Feed, First State Bank, Erik Marting, Miller Grain, Walker Farms, Anderson Equipment, Duff Farms, Bill and Debbie Diley, Cottrill Seed, Merchants National Bank, Vallery Dorn, Mike King Farms, Kirk Farms, Cockerill Elite, Bower Farm, Farm Credit Services, and Nate Warner.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_1663.jpgAugust Wilt’s reserve grand champion market beef steer sold for $6,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Steer Sale. The buyers for the market beef steer were: Ag-Pro, Jason Duff, Brian Reeves, McDonald & Son Feed, First State Bank, Erik Marting, Miller Grain, Walker Farms, Anderson Equipment, Duff Farms, Bill and Debbie Diley, Cottrill Seed, Merchants National Bank, Vallery Dorn, Mike King Farms, Kirk Farms, Cockerill Elite, Bower Farm, Farm Credit Services, and Nate Warner. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Madison Riley’s grand champion beef feeder sold for $4,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Feeder Sale. The buyers for the beef feeder were: SVG, Duff Farms, Jason Duff, McDonald’s of Fayette County, Melvin Stone, Havens Family Landscape, Ranchers Roast Beef, Susan Wollscheid Attorney, Shane McMahon, and Fayette County’s Finest Show Cattle.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_1664.jpgMadison Riley’s grand champion beef feeder sold for $4,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Feeder Sale. The buyers for the beef feeder were: SVG, Duff Farms, Jason Duff, McDonald’s of Fayette County, Melvin Stone, Havens Family Landscape, Ranchers Roast Beef, Susan Wollscheid Attorney, Shane McMahon, and Fayette County’s Finest Show Cattle. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Addyson Butts’ reserve grand champion beef feeder sold for $3,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Feeder Sale. The buyers for the beef feeder were: Cottrill Seed, Parrett Insurance, Reiterman Feed, Wendt Group, and Friends of the Junior Fair.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_1666.jpgAddyson Butts’ reserve grand champion beef feeder sold for $3,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Beef Feeder Sale. The buyers for the beef feeder were: Cottrill Seed, Parrett Insurance, Reiterman Feed, Wendt Group, and Friends of the Junior Fair. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Matthew Webb’s grand champion dairy feeder sold for $3,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. The buyers for the dairy feeder were: Merchants National Bank, McDonald’s of Fayette County, Ranchers, GL Pettit Store, and Susan Wollscheid Attorney.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_1669.jpgMatthew Webb’s grand champion dairy feeder sold for $3,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. The buyers for the dairy feeder were: Merchants National Bank, McDonald’s of Fayette County, Ranchers, GL Pettit Store, and Susan Wollscheid Attorney. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Haleigh Moore’s reserve grand champion dairy feeder sold for $2,200 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. The buyers for the dairy feeder were: Mayer Farm Equipment and GL Pettit Store.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_1670.jpgHaleigh Moore’s reserve grand champion dairy feeder sold for $2,200 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Feeder Sale. The buyers for the dairy feeder were: Mayer Farm Equipment and GL Pettit Store. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Michael Schappacher’s grand champion market dairy steer sold for $1,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Steer Sale. The buyers for the market dairy steer were: Mayer Farm Equipment, Havens Landscaping, Union Stockyards, and GL Pettit Store.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_1673.jpgMichael Schappacher’s grand champion market dairy steer sold for $1,500 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Steer Sale. The buyers for the market dairy steer were: Mayer Farm Equipment, Havens Landscaping, Union Stockyards, and GL Pettit Store. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Taylor Moore’s reserve grand champion market dairy steer sold for $1,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Steer Sale. The buyers for the market dairy steer were: Mowery Farms and Joe Blystone for Governor.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_1676.jpgTaylor Moore’s reserve grand champion market dairy steer sold for $1,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Dairy Steer Sale. The buyers for the market dairy steer were: Mowery Farms and Joe Blystone for Governor. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Maya McCoy’s grand champion market hog sold for $4,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Hog Sale. The buyers for the market hog were: Fifth Third Bank, Aluminum Works, Bryan Cockerill, Patchwork Gardens, Coe Farms, Gustin Seed, Kimley Feed Store, Bluebird Retirement, Ranchers, SVG, Rusty Keg, McDonald Feed, Malcolm Farms, Thompson Show Feed, Hartley Oil, Brad and Angela Woodruff, Susan Wollscheid, McDonald’s of Fayette County, First State Bank, Wendt Group – Wes Black, Farm Credit Services, and Riley Family Show Cattle.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/07/web1_IMG_4332.jpgMaya McCoy’s grand champion market hog sold for $4,000 at Saturday’s Fayette County Fair Market Hog Sale. The buyers for the market hog were: Fifth Third Bank, Aluminum Works, Bryan Cockerill, Patchwork Gardens, Coe Farms, Gustin Seed, Kimley Feed Store, Bluebird Retirement, Ranchers, SVG, Rusty Keg, McDonald Feed, Malcolm Farms, Thompson Show Feed, Hartley Oil, Brad and Angela Woodruff, Susan Wollscheid, McDonald’s of Fayette County, First State Bank, Wendt Group – Wes Black, Farm Credit Services, and Riley Family Show Cattle. Courtesy photo