August 13, 2022


Beyond Automotive

Morgan 4-H livestock auction tops previous year

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Morgan County 4-H participants took to the pen Monday through the fair’s closing day, with animals they elevated bringing extra than $160,000 in revenue. 

This year’s auction introduced in a total of $169,000, topping previous year’s sale of $100,000, according to Tammy White, treasurer for the Morgan County Honest Foundation.

The top offering grand champion barrow was  Amelia Krispinsky of Pleasurable Plains, the daughter of Travis and Mary Stremsterfer.

Krispinsky’s borrow went for went for $61 a pound and weighed 202 kilos, building the overall sale $12,322, acquired by Brandt.

The prime steer that took the optimum auction was Jacksonville resident Myles Homann with his steer that marketed for $6 a pound and weighed in at 1,324 pounds, bringing in a overall price of $7,944. Homann is the son of Ken and Kim Homann.

Consumers for Homann’s steer were Prairieland FS, Marshall Chevrolet Co and Dawn FS.

The 3rd marketing animal was James Adkins’ barrow that sold for $16 a pound with a whole excess weight of 299 lbs ., the sale was $4,784.

Adkins is the son of Josh and Moriah Adkins. Prospective buyers for the barrow have been Very first National Financial institution of Arenzville, J.O. Harris & Sales, Evergreen Farms, Ginder Farms-David Ginder, Region Economic-Joseph Kinser, LG Seeds, Lakin Seeds, Prairieland FS.

There have been 90 4-H participants who took part this year’s auction.

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