Reserve feeder calf brings $1,125


Haley Dean’s 1,053-pound reserve grand champion feeder calf drew more than a dollar per pound with $1,125 at the Clinton County Junior Fair Livestock Sales. The buyers are Five Points Implements Company, Generations Pizzeria, Jeff and Sandy Hartman and family, Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial, NCB Bank, Nationwide Insurance (Justin Holbrook), Orchard Veterinary Care Inc., Panetta Excavating Inc., Polaris Industries, R+L Carriers / Roberts Convention Centre, Red Dot Trophies, Ron Trusty Insurance, Dean Family, Sunrise Cooperative, Greg and JoAnn Quallen, Alexander Show Cattle, Nate and Jane Vandervort, Schneder Farms, Stroud Family Farms, and American Equipment Service.


Phyllis Cocklin | For The News Journal

Haley Dean’s 1,053-pound reserve grand champion feeder calf drew more than a dollar per pound with $1,125 at the Clinton County Junior Fair Livestock Sales. The buyers are Five Points Implements Company, Generations Pizzeria, Jeff and Sandy Hartman and family, Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial, NCB Bank, Nationwide Insurance (Justin Holbrook), Orchard Veterinary Care Inc., Panetta Excavating Inc., Polaris Industries, R+L Carriers / Roberts Convention Centre, Red Dot Trophies, Ron Trusty Insurance, Dean Family, Sunrise Cooperative, Greg and JoAnn Quallen, Alexander Show Cattle, Nate and Jane Vandervort, Schneder Farms, Stroud Family Farms, and American Equipment Service.

Haley Dean’s 1,053-pound reserve grand champion feeder calf drew more than a dollar per pound with $1,125 at the Clinton County Junior Fair Livestock Sales. The buyers are Five Points Implements Company, Generations Pizzeria, Jeff and Sandy Hartman and family, Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial, NCB Bank, Nationwide Insurance (Justin Holbrook), Orchard Veterinary Care Inc., Panetta Excavating Inc., Polaris Industries, R+L Carriers / Roberts Convention Centre, Red Dot Trophies, Ron Trusty Insurance, Dean Family, Sunrise Cooperative, Greg and JoAnn Quallen, Alexander Show Cattle, Nate and Jane Vandervort, Schneder Farms, Stroud Family Farms, and American Equipment Service.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_res_feeder_calf_p_f.jpgHaley Dean’s 1,053-pound reserve grand champion feeder calf drew more than a dollar per pound with $1,125 at the Clinton County Junior Fair Livestock Sales. The buyers are Five Points Implements Company, Generations Pizzeria, Jeff and Sandy Hartman and family, Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial, NCB Bank, Nationwide Insurance (Justin Holbrook), Orchard Veterinary Care Inc., Panetta Excavating Inc., Polaris Industries, R+L Carriers / Roberts Convention Centre, Red Dot Trophies, Ron Trusty Insurance, Dean Family, Sunrise Cooperative, Greg and JoAnn Quallen, Alexander Show Cattle, Nate and Jane Vandervort, Schneder Farms, Stroud Family Farms, and American Equipment Service. Phyllis Cocklin | For The News Journal