Market Steer Sale


Andrew Lewis sold his Champion Cattleman’s market steer to a syndicate for $1,750.

Andrew Lewis sold his Champion Cattleman’s market steer to a syndicate for $1,750.


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Colby Watson, Senior Skillathon, sold his Champion Market Steer to a syndicate for $13,500 - the highest price ever raised at the Champaign County Fair.


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Colin Hartley sold his Reserve Champion Scramble to Perry Show Cows for $1,500.


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Ethan Litteral sold his 4H Champion Weight of Gain market steer to Sheriff Matt Melvin, Perpetual Federal Savings Bank, Maine’s Towing and Recovery, and Brice Hill Farms for $2,000.


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Hadley LeVan sold his Reserve Champion Market Steer to a syndicate for $8,075.


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Lauren Underwood sold her 4H Reserve Champion Rate of Gain to Perpetual Federal Savings Bank and Sheriff Matt Melvin for $500.


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Levi Adams sold his Champion Scramble to a syndicate for $1,500.


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Max Hoewischer sold his FFA Champion Rate of Gain to Sheriff Matt Melvin and Maine’s Towing and Recovery for $1,000.


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Morgan Powell sold her FFA Reserve Champion Rate of Gain to a syndicate for $2,275.


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Rylea Anway, 4H Intermediate Showman, sold her market steer to a syndicate for $1,875.


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Taylor Ayars, division 5 champion, sold her Reserve Champion Cattleman’s market steer to a syndicate for $7,000.


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Andrew Lewis sold his Champion Cattleman’s market steer to a syndicate for $1,750.

Colby Watson, Senior Skillathon, sold his Champion Market Steer to a syndicate for $13,500 – the highest price ever raised at the Champaign County Fair.

Colin Hartley sold his Reserve Champion Scramble to Perry Show Cows for $1,500.

Ethan Litteral sold his 4H Champion Weight of Gain market steer to Sheriff Matt Melvin, Perpetual Federal Savings Bank, Maine’s Towing and Recovery, and Brice Hill Farms for $2,000.

Hadley LeVan sold his Reserve Champion Market Steer to a syndicate for $8,075.

Lauren Underwood sold her 4H Reserve Champion Rate of Gain to Perpetual Federal Savings Bank and Sheriff Matt Melvin for $500.

Levi Adams sold his Champion Scramble to a syndicate for $1,500.

Max Hoewischer sold his FFA Champion Rate of Gain to Sheriff Matt Melvin and Maine’s Towing and Recovery for $1,000.

Morgan Powell sold her FFA Reserve Champion Rate of Gain to a syndicate for $2,275.

Rylea Anway, 4H Intermediate Showman, sold her market steer to a syndicate for $1,875.

Taylor Ayars, division 5 champion, sold her Reserve Champion Cattleman’s market steer to a syndicate for $7,000.

Andrew Lewis sold his Champion Cattleman’s market steer to a syndicate for $1,750.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_AndrewLewis.jpgAndrew Lewis sold his Champion Cattleman’s market steer to a syndicate for $1,750. Staff photo

Colby Watson, Senior Skillathon, sold his Champion Market Steer to a syndicate for $13,500 – the highest price ever raised at the Champaign County Fair.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_ColbyWatson.jpgColby Watson, Senior Skillathon, sold his Champion Market Steer to a syndicate for $13,500 – the highest price ever raised at the Champaign County Fair. Staff photo

Colin Hartley sold his Reserve Champion Scramble to Perry Show Cows for $1,500.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_ColinHartley.jpgColin Hartley sold his Reserve Champion Scramble to Perry Show Cows for $1,500. Staff photo

Ethan Litteral sold his 4H Champion Weight of Gain market steer to Sheriff Matt Melvin, Perpetual Federal Savings Bank, Maine’s Towing and Recovery, and Brice Hill Farms for $2,000.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_EthanLitteral.jpgEthan Litteral sold his 4H Champion Weight of Gain market steer to Sheriff Matt Melvin, Perpetual Federal Savings Bank, Maine’s Towing and Recovery, and Brice Hill Farms for $2,000. Staff photo

Hadley LeVan sold his Reserve Champion Market Steer to a syndicate for $8,075.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_HadleyLeVan.jpgHadley LeVan sold his Reserve Champion Market Steer to a syndicate for $8,075. Staff photo

Lauren Underwood sold her 4H Reserve Champion Rate of Gain to Perpetual Federal Savings Bank and Sheriff Matt Melvin for $500.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_LaurenUnderwood.jpgLauren Underwood sold her 4H Reserve Champion Rate of Gain to Perpetual Federal Savings Bank and Sheriff Matt Melvin for $500. Staff photo

Levi Adams sold his Champion Scramble to a syndicate for $1,500.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_LeviAdams.jpgLevi Adams sold his Champion Scramble to a syndicate for $1,500. Staff photo

Max Hoewischer sold his FFA Champion Rate of Gain to Sheriff Matt Melvin and Maine’s Towing and Recovery for $1,000.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_MaxHoewischer.jpgMax Hoewischer sold his FFA Champion Rate of Gain to Sheriff Matt Melvin and Maine’s Towing and Recovery for $1,000. Staff photo

Morgan Powell sold her FFA Reserve Champion Rate of Gain to a syndicate for $2,275.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_MorganPowell.jpgMorgan Powell sold her FFA Reserve Champion Rate of Gain to a syndicate for $2,275. Staff photo

Rylea Anway, 4H Intermediate Showman, sold her market steer to a syndicate for $1,875.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_RyleaAnway.jpgRylea Anway, 4H Intermediate Showman, sold her market steer to a syndicate for $1,875. Staff photo

Taylor Ayars, division 5 champion, sold her Reserve Champion Cattleman’s market steer to a syndicate for $7,000.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/08/web1_TaylorAyars.jpgTaylor Ayars, division 5 champion, sold her Reserve Champion Cattleman’s market steer to a syndicate for $7,000. Staff photo