Fair Youth Livestock Auction Brings In Over $101,000

This year’s Youth Livestock Auction far surpassed last year’s total at the Bond County Fair.

There were 57 lots sold Monday night for a gross total of $101,585.

The Champion Steer was sold for $5.50 per pound by Lyla Mollett to Tom Marchello Farms.

The Champion Barrow was sold for $9.25 per pound by Lane Mollett to The FNB Community Bank.

The Reserve Champion Goat Wether was sold for $1,575 by Jake Simmons to Hickory Hill Family Hair Care.

The Champion Sheep Wether was sold for $6.25 per pound by Cody Lingley to Unverferht Farm Supply.

The Reserve Champion Pen of Rabbits was sold for $450 by Claire Mollett to State Representative Charlie Meier.

The Top Milk Basket was sold for $1,025 by Pheonix Johnson to Bond County Board Member Gerald McCray.

Auction Statistics:

Average For Steers, $4.58 per pound (5 lots)

Average For Goats, $1,025 (9 lots)

Average For Sheep, $8.33 per pound (3 lots)

Average For Barrows, $7.02 per pound (22 lots)

Average For Rabbits, $650 (4 lots)

Average For Dairy, $798.21 (14 lots)

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