Friday’s fair grand champions


Dawson Osborne’s Grand Champion Market Steer and Outstanding Market Exhibitor sold for $4.27 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Hamilton Insurance Agency, Greystone Systems, Five Points Implement Company, The Dickey Group Realtors, Herdmans Pole Barns, Jerry Haag Motors, Mike Funderburgh Pioneer Seeds/Darby Pine Farms, Merchants National Bank, Master Feed Mill of Hillsboro, Sherwood Auto and Camper, Nathan Mootz LG Seeds, Charlie Mootz Trucking, Jim Mootz Trucking, Sibrel Excavating, Union Stock Yards, Best One Tire/Todd Wilkin, Sims Family Golf Center, Osborn Farms/The Cattle Co., Diven Spring Farms, and Fifth Third Bank.


Sarah Young’s Grand Champion Market Lamb sold for $11 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Southern Hills Community Bank Leesburg.


Allison Kiley’s Grand Champion Feeder Calf sold for $18 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Kiley Family Farms.


Dawson Osborne’s Grand Champion Market Steer and Outstanding Market Exhibitor sold for $4.27 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Hamilton Insurance Agency, Greystone Systems, Five Points Implement Company, The Dickey Group Realtors, Herdmans Pole Barns, Jerry Haag Motors, Mike Funderburgh Pioneer Seeds/Darby Pine Farms, Merchants National Bank, Master Feed Mill of Hillsboro, Sherwood Auto and Camper, Nathan Mootz LG Seeds, Charlie Mootz Trucking, Jim Mootz Trucking, Sibrel Excavating, Union Stock Yards, Best One Tire/Todd Wilkin, Sims Family Golf Center, Osborn Farms/The Cattle Co., Diven Spring Farms, and Fifth Third Bank.

Sarah Young’s Grand Champion Market Lamb sold for $11 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Southern Hills Community Bank Leesburg.

Allison Kiley’s Grand Champion Feeder Calf sold for $18 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Kiley Family Farms.

Dawson Osborne’s Grand Champion Market Steer and Outstanding Market Exhibitor sold for $4.27 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Hamilton Insurance Agency, Greystone Systems, Five Points Implement Company, The Dickey Group Realtors, Herdmans Pole Barns, Jerry Haag Motors, Mike Funderburgh Pioneer Seeds/Darby Pine Farms, Merchants National Bank, Master Feed Mill of Hillsboro, Sherwood Auto and Camper, Nathan Mootz LG Seeds, Charlie Mootz Trucking, Jim Mootz Trucking, Sibrel Excavating, Union Stock Yards, Best One Tire/Todd Wilkin, Sims Family Golf Center, Osborn Farms/The Cattle Co., Diven Spring Farms, and Fifth Third Bank.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Grand-Champ-Steer-pic1.jpgDawson Osborne’s Grand Champion Market Steer and Outstanding Market Exhibitor sold for $4.27 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Hamilton Insurance Agency, Greystone Systems, Five Points Implement Company, The Dickey Group Realtors, Herdmans Pole Barns, Jerry Haag Motors, Mike Funderburgh Pioneer Seeds/Darby Pine Farms, Merchants National Bank, Master Feed Mill of Hillsboro, Sherwood Auto and Camper, Nathan Mootz LG Seeds, Charlie Mootz Trucking, Jim Mootz Trucking, Sibrel Excavating, Union Stock Yards, Best One Tire/Todd Wilkin, Sims Family Golf Center, Osborn Farms/The Cattle Co., Diven Spring Farms, and Fifth Third Bank.

Sarah Young’s Grand Champion Market Lamb sold for $11 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Southern Hills Community Bank Leesburg.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Grand-Champ-Lamb-pic1.jpgSarah Young’s Grand Champion Market Lamb sold for $11 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Southern Hills Community Bank Leesburg.

Allison Kiley’s Grand Champion Feeder Calf sold for $18 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Kiley Family Farms.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Grand-champ-feeder-calf1.jpgAllison Kiley’s Grand Champion Feeder Calf sold for $18 per pound Friday night at the 2015 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Kiley Family Farms.
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