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Sale of champions

Scenes from Mason County Fair Livestock Sale

First Posted: 1:47 pm - August 28th, 2015 - Views

Alexis Meadows’ grand champion lamb was purchased for $5,000 by City Ice and Fuel, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Derek Schwartz’s grand champion commercial feeder calf was purchased for $5,130 by 1-77 Ford and Jackson County Regional Livestock Market, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Nathaniel Wood’s grand champion market goat was purchased for $3,920 from City Ice and Fuel, representative also pictured.
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Ethan Stanley’s grand champion replacement heifer was purchased for $5,940 by Wallis Farms, ICL-IP and Ohio Valley Bank, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
Christian Pyles’ grand champion market hog was purchased for $4,400 from Mark Porter GM Supercenter and Williams Family Show Pigs, representatives pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
Chris Conner’s grand champion special lamb was purchased for $2,610 by City Ice and Fuel, representatives also pictured alongside Tyler Conner, helper, and Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
Garrett Turley’s reserve champion commercial feeder calf was purchased for $2,725 by Total Practice Solutions Group, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
Mary Grace Workman’s reserve champion market goat was purchased for $1,520 by Jackson County Regional Livestock Market, representative also pictured.
Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
Shelby Stanley’s reserve champion replacement heifer was purchased for $3,282.50 by City Ice and Fuel, representative also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
David Hendrick’s reserve champion market hog was purchased for $4,262.50 by Brad Deal Catering and Deal Funeral Home, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
Kaitlyn Dunn’s reserve champion lamb was purchased for $2,700 by Prim Law Firm, representative also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
Ashley Morrison’s reserve champion special lamb was purchased for $1,690 by AEP River Transportation Division, representatives also pictured alongside Emma Rice, helper, and Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
Madison Crank’s reserve champion steer was purchased for $5,220 by Total Practice Solution Group with an additional $100 from Bridgeport Equipment, buyers also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
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Alexis Meadows’ grand champion lamb was purchased for $5,000 by City Ice and Fuel, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Derek Schwartz’s grand champion commercial feeder calf was purchased for $5,130 by 1-77 Ford and Jackson County Regional Livestock Market, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Nathaniel Wood’s grand champion market goat was purchased for $3,920 from City Ice and Fuel, representative also pictured.

Ethan Stanley’s grand champion replacement heifer was purchased for $5,940 by Wallis Farms, ICL-IP and Ohio Valley Bank, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Christian Pyles’ grand champion market hog was purchased for $4,400 from Mark Porter GM Supercenter and Williams Family Show Pigs, representatives pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Chris Conner’s grand champion special lamb was purchased for $2,610 by City Ice and Fuel, representatives also pictured alongside Tyler Conner, helper, and Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Garrett Turley’s reserve champion commercial feeder calf was purchased for $2,725 by Total Practice Solutions Group, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Mary Grace Workman’s reserve champion market goat was purchased for $1,520 by Jackson County Regional Livestock Market, representative also pictured.

Shelby Stanley’s reserve champion replacement heifer was purchased for $3,282.50 by City Ice and Fuel, representative also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

David Hendrick’s reserve champion market hog was purchased for $4,262.50 by Brad Deal Catering and Deal Funeral Home, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Kaitlyn Dunn’s reserve champion lamb was purchased for $2,700 by Prim Law Firm, representative also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Ashley Morrison’s reserve champion special lamb was purchased for $1,690 by AEP River Transportation Division, representatives also pictured alongside Emma Rice, helper, and Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Madison Crank’s reserve champion steer was purchased for $5,220 by Total Practice Solution Group with an additional $100 from Bridgeport Equipment, buyers also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Alexis Meadows’ grand champion lamb was purchased for $5,000 by City Ice and Fuel, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-GC-Lamb.jpg Alexis Meadows’ grand champion lamb was purchased for $5,000 by City Ice and Fuel, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Derek Schwartz’s grand champion commercial feeder calf was purchased for $5,130 by 1-77 Ford and Jackson County Regional Livestock Market, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-GC-CF.jpg Derek Schwartz’s grand champion commercial feeder calf was purchased for $5,130 by 1-77 Ford and Jackson County Regional Livestock Market, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.

Nathaniel Wood’s grand champion market goat was purchased for $3,920 from City Ice and Fuel, representative also pictured.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-GC-Goat.jpg Nathaniel Wood’s grand champion market goat was purchased for $3,920 from City Ice and Fuel, representative also pictured. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos

Ethan Stanley’s grand champion replacement heifer was purchased for $5,940 by Wallis Farms, ICL-IP and Ohio Valley Bank, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-GC-Heifer.jpg Ethan Stanley’s grand champion replacement heifer was purchased for $5,940 by Wallis Farms, ICL-IP and Ohio Valley Bank, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos

Christian Pyles’ grand champion market hog was purchased for $4,400 from Mark Porter GM Supercenter and Williams Family Show Pigs, representatives pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-GC-Hog.jpg Christian Pyles’ grand champion market hog was purchased for $4,400 from Mark Porter GM Supercenter and Williams Family Show Pigs, representatives pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos

Chris Conner’s grand champion special lamb was purchased for $2,610 by City Ice and Fuel, representatives also pictured alongside Tyler Conner, helper, and Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-GC-SLAMB.jpg Chris Conner’s grand champion special lamb was purchased for $2,610 by City Ice and Fuel, representatives also pictured alongside Tyler Conner, helper, and Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos

Garrett Turley’s reserve champion commercial feeder calf was purchased for $2,725 by Total Practice Solutions Group, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-RC-CF.jpg Garrett Turley’s reserve champion commercial feeder calf was purchased for $2,725 by Total Practice Solutions Group, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos

Mary Grace Workman’s reserve champion market goat was purchased for $1,520 by Jackson County Regional Livestock Market, representative also pictured.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-RC-Goat.jpg Mary Grace Workman’s reserve champion market goat was purchased for $1,520 by Jackson County Regional Livestock Market, representative also pictured. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos

Shelby Stanley’s reserve champion replacement heifer was purchased for $3,282.50 by City Ice and Fuel, representative also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-RC-Heifer.jpg Shelby Stanley’s reserve champion replacement heifer was purchased for $3,282.50 by City Ice and Fuel, representative also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos

David Hendrick’s reserve champion market hog was purchased for $4,262.50 by Brad Deal Catering and Deal Funeral Home, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-RC-Hog.jpg David Hendrick’s reserve champion market hog was purchased for $4,262.50 by Brad Deal Catering and Deal Funeral Home, representatives also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos

Kaitlyn Dunn’s reserve champion lamb was purchased for $2,700 by Prim Law Firm, representative also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-RC-Lamb.jpg Kaitlyn Dunn’s reserve champion lamb was purchased for $2,700 by Prim Law Firm, representative also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos

Ashley Morrison’s reserve champion special lamb was purchased for $1,690 by AEP River Transportation Division, representatives also pictured alongside Emma Rice, helper, and Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-RC-SLAMB.jpg Ashley Morrison’s reserve champion special lamb was purchased for $1,690 by AEP River Transportation Division, representatives also pictured alongside Emma Rice, helper, and Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos

Madison Crank’s reserve champion steer was purchased for $5,220 by Total Practice Solution Group with an additional $100 from Bridgeport Equipment, buyers also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.29-PPR-RC-Steer.jpg Madison Crank’s reserve champion steer was purchased for $5,220 by Total Practice Solution Group with an additional $100 from Bridgeport Equipment, buyers also pictured alongside Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman. Ashley Durst/Courtesy photos
Scenes from Mason County Fair Livestock Sale

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