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2019 Sale of Champions results

It is another fantastic Sale of Champions at the 2019 Ohio State Fair. Watch it live here.

Here are the results!

The Grand Champion Swiss Cheese exhibited by Pearl Valley Cheese represents the seven dairy champions including Grand Champion Ayrshire: Marissa Topp, Auglaize County; Grand Champion Brown Swiss: Madelyn Topp, Auglaize County; Grand Champion Guernsey: Aubree Topp, Shelby County; Grand Champion Holstein: Kayla Cring, Huron County; Grand Champion Jersey: Blake Greiwe, Shelby County; Grand Champion Red and White: Wyatt Schlauch, Holmes County; Grand Champion Milking Shorthorn: Aubree Topp, Shelby County; Supreme Showman
Week 1 – Exhibited by: Ashley Hawvermale, Wayne County; and Week 2 – Exhibited by: Molly Moffet, Ashland County. The Grand Champion Swiss Cheese sold to AG Boogher and Sons, S&S Volvo, Ohio Dairy Association Mideast, COBA/Select Sires Hills Supply, Brewster Cheese, Biery Cheese, Great Lakes Cheese, Cox Concessions, Burkhart Farm Center, Velvet Ice Cream, Prengers, Pearl Valley Cheese, Dairy Farmers of America, and Scioto Cooperative Milk Producers for $28,000.
The Grand Champion Market Turkey set a new record. It was shown by Johnathan Woodward of Coshocton County
 and sold to Cooper Farms, Farmer Boy Ag, Sarka Electric, Dangler Excavating, and Kale Marketing for $16,500.
The Grand Champion Market Goat exhibited by Jada Shroyer of Logan County sold to Mark Kvamme for $17,000.
The Grand Champion Meat Chickens exhibited by Ava Hester of Clinton County sold to Gerber Poultry and Kroger for $15,000.
The Reserve Grand Champion Meat Chickens exhibited by Jozie Jones of Clinton County sold to Tim Huffman for $14,000.
The Grand Champion Market Lamb exhibited by Paige Pence of Clark County sold to AG Boogher and Sons and S&S Volvo for $36,000.
The Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb exhibited by Grant Johnson of Wayne County sold to Meijer for a record-setting bid of $27,500.
The Grand Champion Market Barrow exhibited by Elijah Keplinger of Clark County sold to Bob Evans, Ohio Farm Bureau, Tim Huffman, Ohio Harness Horseman’s Association, and Event Marketing Strategies for $33,000.

 

 

 

 

The Reserve Grand Champion Market Barrow exhibited by Riley Wendt of Union County sold to Kroger for a record-setting bid of $35,000.
The Grand Champion Market Beef exhibited by Elizabeth Heintz Hardin County sold to Steve Rauch Excavation and Demolition for $50,000.
The Reserve Grand Champion Market Beef exhibited by Delaney Jones of Allen County sold to Steve Rauch Excavation and Demolition, Mark Kvamme, and Meijer for a record-setting $56,000.

 

 

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