Honda Marysville buys steer; records fall at livestock sale

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Riley Wendt showed the Grand Champion Market Steer at the 2018 Union County Fair. Honda Marysville purchased the steer Saturday for $11,000 at the Junior Fair Livestock Sale. Pictured above are, from left, Ian Johnson, Ethan Wendt, Jeff Pister of Honda Marysville, Junior Fair Queen Kira Jones, and Riley Wendt.
(Journal-Tribune photo by Will Channell)

A group of buyers purchased the 2018 Union County Junior Fair reserve champion market steer for a record $10,500 at Saturday’s livestock sale. Brice Phelps showed and sold the steer. Buyers include the Richwood Banking Company, Sam Jackson Auto Body Enterprises, JD Equipment, Hogan Tire and Service, Shanklin Enterprises, Honda Marysville, Novus Ag, Dave Campbell Crop Insurance and Slemmons Excavating. Pictured above are, from left Jeff Pister of Honda Marysville, Chuck Shanklin of Shanklin Enterprises, Jarad Jackson of Sam Jackson Auto Body Enterprises, Nick Hogan of Hogan Tire and Service, Coleman Mitchell of JD Equipment, Jenna Phelps of JD Equipment, David Boerger of Richwood Banking Company, Brice Phelps, Kyle Feucht of Richwood Banking Company, Junior Fair Queen Kira Jones, Cooper Phelps, Reid Phelps and Sydney Nicol.
(Journal-Tribune photo by Will Channell)

The reserve champion market wether sold for a record $2,300 at the 2018 Junior Fair livestock sale Saturday. A group of buyers, including Sam Jackson Auto Body, Hillview Farms and Burger King purchased Walker Heard’s lamb. Pictured above are, from left, Matt Hobbs of Hillview Farms, Lincoln Heard, Nathan Laslow of Burger King, McKinley Heard, Larry Hobbs of Hillview Farms, Walker Heard, Dave Laslow of Burger King, Sam Jackson of Sam Jackson Auto Body and Junior Fair Queen Kira Jones.
(Journal-Tribune photo by Will Channell)

Honda Marysville purchased the 2018 Junior Fair reserve champion market ewe lamb for a record $2,700 at the fair’s livestock sale Saturday. The lamb was shown and sold by Linsey Eddy. Pictured above are, from left, Dave Vincent of Honda Marysville, Noah Thorley, Jeff Pister of Honda Marysville, Eddy and Junior Fair Queen Kira Jones.
(Journal-Tribune photo by Will Channell)

A record was set for the purchase of this year’s grand champion market ducks, by exhibitor Taci Welch, at the Union County Fair Saturday. North Main Motors and Sam Jackson Auto Body purchased the ducks for $2,400. Pictured are, left to right, front row, Lillian and Jacob Jackson, Bonnie Green, Welch, Deedee Green, Sonny Green and 2018 Junior Fair Queen Kira Jones; and back row, Jarad Jackson and Harold Green.
(Journal-Tribune photo by Chad Williamson)

The sale price for the reserve champion market barrow set a record at the Union County Fair Saturday. Grant Dellinger sold his swine for $3,400 to Mixins and Fixins and Aaron Boerger’s Stewart’s Seeds. Pictured are, left to right, Grant Dellinger, Garrett Dellinger, 2018 Junior Fair Queen Kira Jones and Tami McGuire.
(Journal-Tribune photo by Chad Williamson)



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