Junior Market Livestock Sale Results
Junior Market Livestock Sale Results - August 21, 2012
The junior market livestock sale wrapped up at the Inter-State Fair and Rodeo in Coffeyville with 110 animals going through the show ring.
Grand champion market steer was shown by Seth Miller of Miami, Okla., and sold for $3100. The grand champion market hog was shown by Cooper Allen of Nowata. It brought $1550.
The grand champion lamb was shown by Curtis Hewlett, Independence, Kan., and it brought $675. Grand champion goat was shown by Dillon McNickle of Mound Valley, Kan., and sold for $500.
For Seth Miller, it’s his fourth year of showing at the Inter-State Fair. He will be in seventh grade this fall, and is the son of Justin and Carrie Miller. He hopes to buy hunting gear – camouflage clothes and a deer stand – after he puts half of his earnings into savings.
Cooper Allen, the 17 year old daughter of Kelly and Melissa Allen, is a senior at Oklahoma Union High School. After high school graduation, she will attend Coffeyville Community College and continue her education at Oklahoma State University, where she may earn a degree in a veterinary-related field.
Curtis Hewlett, who showed grand champion lamb, is a freshman at Coffeyville Community College. After his education there, he hopes to study agricultural business, either at Kansas State University or Oklahoma State University. He is the son of Ed and Connie Hewlett.
Twelve year old Dillon McNickle showed the grand champion goat, and is a seventh grade student at Mound Valley School. He loves to play basketball and baseball, and is the son of Gary and Brenda McNickle.
Of the 110 sale animals, there were 27 cattle, 43 pigs, 20 sheep, and 20 goats.
Results from the Junior Market Livestock Sale
The Grand Champion Market Steer was shown by Seth Miller, Miami, Okla. His steer sold for $3100.
Grand Champion Market Hog was shown by Cooper Allen, Nowata, Okla. Her hog sold for $1550.
Grand Champion Lamb was shown by Curtis Hewlett, Independence, Kan. His lamb sold for $675.
Dillon McNickle, Mound Valley, Kan., showed the Grand Champion Goat, which brought $500.