The sale of champions


The livestock sale got underway on Friday at the Mason County Fair with goats, hogs, lambs, commercial feeders, replacement heifers and steers going up for bid. This year, just prior to the fair beginning, there were 101 market hogs, 85 market goats, 43 market lambs, 10 special lambs, 36 replacement heifers, 47 feeder calves and 28 market steers as registered projects by exhibitors from local 4H clubs and FFA chapters. Of course, not all of these animals went up for bid though the majority of them did with local businesses and individuals coming out to support local youth at the sale. Due to press times on Friday for Saturday’s paper, the livestock sale was still ongoing at deadline. When sale results are finalized and submitted to the Point Pleasant Register, these results will be printed.


The livestock sale got underway on Friday at the Mason County Fair with goats, hogs, lambs, commercial feeders, replacement heifers and steers going up for bid. This year, just prior to the fair beginning, there were 101 market hogs, 85 market goats, 43 market lambs, 10 special lambs, 36 replacement heifers, 47 feeder calves and 28 market steers as registered projects by exhibitors from local 4H clubs and FFA chapters. Of course, not all of these animals went up for bid though the majority of them did with local businesses and individuals coming out to support local youth at the sale. Due to press times on Friday for Saturday’s paper, the livestock sale was still ongoing at deadline. When sale results are finalized and submitted to the Point Pleasant Register, these results will be printed.

The livestock sale got underway on Friday at the Mason County Fair with goats, hogs, lambs, commercial feeders, replacement heifers and steers going up for bid. This year, just prior to the fair beginning, there were 101 market hogs, 85 market goats, 43 market lambs, 10 special lambs, 36 replacement heifers, 47 feeder calves and 28 market steers as registered projects by exhibitors from local 4H clubs and FFA chapters. Of course, not all of these animals went up for bid though the majority of them did with local businesses and individuals coming out to support local youth at the sale. Due to press times on Friday for Saturday’s paper, the livestock sale was still ongoing at deadline. When sale results are finalized and submitted to the Point Pleasant Register, these results will be printed.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.15-PPR-livestock-sale.jpgThe livestock sale got underway on Friday at the Mason County Fair with goats, hogs, lambs, commercial feeders, replacement heifers and steers going up for bid. This year, just prior to the fair beginning, there were 101 market hogs, 85 market goats, 43 market lambs, 10 special lambs, 36 replacement heifers, 47 feeder calves and 28 market steers as registered projects by exhibitors from local 4H clubs and FFA chapters. Of course, not all of these animals went up for bid though the majority of them did with local businesses and individuals coming out to support local youth at the sale. Due to press times on Friday for Saturday’s paper, the livestock sale was still ongoing at deadline. When sale results are finalized and submitted to the Point Pleasant Register, these results will be printed.
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