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Lampeter Fair Youth Livestock Bring in $177,935

10/12/2013 7:00 AM

The youth livestock sale on Sept. 27 at the West Lampeter Community Fair in Lampeter, Pa., brought in a total of $177,935.

The champion steer exhibited by Brianna Hess sold for $3,750 to Darrenkamp’s Food Markets. The reserve champion steer exhibited by Carter Hess sold for $2,500 to Hoss’s Steak and Sea House.

The 15 steers sold for an average of $2 ,400 for a a total of $36,610.

The champion FFA hog exhibited by Katrina Reiff was purchased by Herr’s Pig Farm. The champion 4-H hog exhibited by Jonathon Eshbach sold for $1,000 to Strasburg Market Basket.

The 102 hogs sold for an average of $688 for a total of $70,275.

The champion FFA lamb exhibited by Kayla Major sold for $825 to Jay R Reynolds Inc. The champion 4-H lamb exhibited by Katrina Reiff sold for $625 to Strasburg Market Basket.

The 41 lambs sold for an average of $625 for a total of $26,750.

The champion dairy beef exhibited by Owen Rohrer sold for $2,400 to Hess’s Repair. The reserve champion dairy beef exhibited by Tabitha Swope sold for $1,150 to state Sen. Lloyd Smucker.

The 15 dairy beef sold for an average of $1,158 for a total of $17,375.

The champion goat exhibited by Atalie Winters sold for $700 to Hess Mills. The reserve champion goat exhibited by Carter Hess sold for $600 to Next To Nature Landscaping.

The 42 goats sold for an average of $641 for a total of $26,925.<\c> Photos by Ellen Harnish

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Brianna Hess poses with her champion steer and buyers Joe and Jane Darrenkamp of Darrenkamp’s Food Markets.

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Katrina Reiff’s champion FFA hog was purchased for $700 by Herr’s Pig Farm. Shown, from left, are Cheryl Herr, Reiff, Carroll Herr, Megan Shertzer and Fair Queen Kaitlyn Lapp.

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Jonathon Eshbach poses with his champion 4-H hog, Fair Queen Kaitlyn Lapp and buyer Bill Fisher of Strasburg Market Basket.

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Kayla Major poses with her champion FFA lamb and, from left, queen runner-up Abigail Zorilla, Fair Queen Kaitlyn Lapp, buyer Jay R. Reynolds and breeder Jennifer Porterfield.

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Katrina Reiff poses with her champion 4-H lamb, queen runner-up Abigail Zorilla, Fair Queen Kaitlyn Lapp and buyer Bill Fisher of Strasburg Market Basket.

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Owen Rohrer’s champion dairy beef sold for $2,400 to Hess’s Repair. From left are Peg Hess, Dawn Hess, Mrs. and Mr. Greg Rohrer and Owen Rohrer.

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Atalie Winters poses with her champion goat, queen runner-up Abigail Zorilla, Fair Queen Kaitlyn Lapp and buyer Gary Dean of Hess Mills.


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