Grand Champion Market Fryer Rabbit brings $625


The Grand Champion Market Fryer Rabbit exhibited by Rosie Hall of the Clarksville area raised a $625 premium at the Junior Fair Sale of Champions. The buyers are Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES), American Equipment Service, Jeff and Wanda Armstrong, Bee Wild Honey Farm LLC, Groves Tire & Service, Dr. Connie Horn, Clinton County Recorder Brenda Huff, LT Land Development, County Engineer Jeff Linkous, the Littleton Funeral Home, Peoples Bank, Greater Tomorrow Health, and the Commissioners.

The Grand Champion Market Fryer Rabbit exhibited by Rosie Hall of the Clarksville area raised a $625 premium at the Junior Fair Sale of Champions. The buyers are Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES), American Equipment Service, Jeff and Wanda Armstrong, Bee Wild Honey Farm LLC, Groves Tire & Service, Dr. Connie Horn, Clinton County Recorder Brenda Huff, LT Land Development, County Engineer Jeff Linkous, the Littleton Funeral Home, Peoples Bank, Greater Tomorrow Health, and the Commissioners.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Grand Champion Market Fryer Rabbit exhibited by Rosie Hall of the Clarksville area raised a $625 premium at the Junior Fair Sale of Champions. The buyers are Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES), American Equipment Service, Jeff and Wanda Armstrong, Bee Wild Honey Farm LLC, Groves Tire & Service, Dr. Connie Horn, Clinton County Recorder Brenda Huff, LT Land Development, County Engineer Jeff Linkous, the Littleton Funeral Home, Peoples Bank, Greater Tomorrow Health, and the Commissioners.

The Grand Champion Market Fryer Rabbit exhibited by Rosie Hall of the Clarksville area raised a $625 premium at the Junior Fair Sale of Champions. The buyers are Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES), American Equipment Service, Jeff and Wanda Armstrong, Bee Wild Honey Farm LLC, Groves Tire & Service, Dr. Connie Horn, Clinton County Recorder Brenda Huff, LT Land Development, County Engineer Jeff Linkous, the Littleton Funeral Home, Peoples Bank, Greater Tomorrow Health, and the Commissioners.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/07/web1_hall_p.jpgThe Grand Champion Market Fryer Rabbit exhibited by Rosie Hall of the Clarksville area raised a $625 premium at the Junior Fair Sale of Champions. The buyers are Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES), American Equipment Service, Jeff and Wanda Armstrong, Bee Wild Honey Farm LLC, Groves Tire & Service, Dr. Connie Horn, Clinton County Recorder Brenda Huff, LT Land Development, County Engineer Jeff Linkous, the Littleton Funeral Home, Peoples Bank, Greater Tomorrow Health, and the Commissioners. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal