Champion animals auctioned off Friday

&#13 SIDNEY — Winner lambs, ducks, chickens, cattle, goats and turkeys have been offered throughout

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SIDNEY — Winner lambs, ducks, chickens, cattle, goats and turkeys have been offered throughout the 2021 Shelby County Junior Truthful livestock sale Friday.

The animal to market for the most Friday was the grand winner beef steer. It was bought by Hayden Huelskamp, 16, of Anna, son of Chad and Tonya Huelskamp, member of Anna Livestock, to 36 purchasers for $3,800. The buyers were being Botkins Loved ones & Jackson Middle Dental, Adams Funeral Residence, Huelskamp County Line Farms LLC, Shelby County Treasurer John Coffield, Donald A. Sommer Inc., Egbert Livestock Botkins & St. Henry, Fennig Homan Agri Company, First Nationwide Bank of New Bremen, Rob and Barbara Frische, Matt Huelskamp From The Floor Up Ag Companies, Fultz Flooring, Alvetro Orthodontics, Chad and Tonya Huelskamp, Inn Among Restaurant, JR Cattle, Anna Youthful Farmers, Kipp Farms, Laneview Farms LLC, A G Boogher & Son Inc., Austin Regula Farms & Trucking, Plastipak Packaging Inc, Rosewood Machine & Instrument, Schafer Oil Organization, Garrett & Megan Serr, Sidney Physique CARSTAR, Spring Creek Corporation, Dawn Cooperative Inc., Barker Coverage Company and Present Cattle, Ron and Marcia Wiessinger, Zimpfer Farms, Schafer Propane, Sidney Automobile Tech, Germain of Sidney, Choose Jeff Beigel, Theresa Zimpfer, and Huelskamp Welding, LLC.

The reserve champion steer was marketed by Abigail Barhorst, of Botkins, daughter of BJ and Lauren Barhorst, member of Anna Livestock, for $3,675. The 17 buyers were Donald A. Sommer Inc., Egbert Livestock Botkins & St. Henry, Allenbaugh Insurance policy, Initial Nationwide Lender of New Bremen, Fultz Flooring, Inn Between Restaurant, A G Boogher & Son Inc., Rosewood Equipment & Instrument, Schafer Oil Organization, Sunrise Cooperative Inc., Barhorst Farms, Tammy Barhorst/Wagner Realty, Wagner Realty, Wreaths by Holly, Beck’s Hybrids, Germain of Sidney, and Huelskamp Welding LLC.

Zach Ambos, 17, of Anna, son of Mike and Jennifer Ambos, member of Anna Livestock, took dairy beef feeder grand champion. Ambos did not offer his grand champion he took it home instead.

Bailey Gehret, 11, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Matthew and Ashley Gehret, member of Fort Loramie Livestock, marketed the reserve winner dairy beef feeder to seven buyers for $525. The buyers had been Tony Bornhorst, Dell-Delight Farms, Gaiers Chrysler Dodge Jeep, Kloeppel Livestock Inc., Schafer Oil Business, Wagner’s IGA Sector, and Schafer Propane.

Levi Delaet, 15, of Russia, son of Chad and Ann Delaet, member of Russia Livestock, sold the grand champion dairy steer to 10 consumers for $705. The purchasers have been Custom made Foam Goods Inc., Chad amd Ann Delaet, Industrial Recyclers, Inn Among Cafe, Mike York Electric powered Heating & Air, RC Family Wood Products LLC, Schafer Oil Company, Schafer Propane, Choose Jeff Beigel, and Shelby County Auditor Amy Berning.

Hanna Heitkamp, 18, of Russia, daughter of Tom and Renee Heitkamp, member of Russia Livestock, bought the reserve grand winner dairy steer to nine buyers for $775. The potential buyers had been Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann, Allenbaugh Insurance, Very first National Bank of New Bremen, Goffena Furnishings Inc, Mike York Electric Heating & Air, Schafer Oil Corporation, Sidney Human body CARSTAR, Sunrise Cooperative Inc., and Bohman Ag Assistance.

The grand winner sector goat was offered by Leigha Larger sized, 11, of Piqua, daughter of Ted Much larger and Samantha Hoelscher, member of Scissors to Sheep, to nine customers for $1,325. The buyers ended up Buckeye Ford, Clerk of Courts Michele Mumford, Shelby County Treasurer John Coffield, Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann, Kurt Ehemann, Gibbs Farms LLC, Sidney Entire body CARSTAR, Sidney Auto Tech, and Shelby County Auditor Amy Berning.

The reserve grand winner market goat was sold by Willow Canan, of Anna, daughter of Carmen and Jon Canan, member of Anna Livestock, to seven prospective buyers for $950. The prospective buyers have been Canan Trucking, 1st Nationwide Financial institution of New Bremen, Salm-McGill & Tangeman Funeral Household, Jon Ingle, Peoples Federal Price savings & Personal loan, Barker Insurance policies Company & Demonstrate Cattle, and Judge Jeff Beigel.

The grand winner meat turkey was bought by Carson Shoffner, 13, of Anna, son of Kevin and Jennifer Shoffner, member of Anna Livestock to 10 purchasers for $950. The purchasers ended up Botkins Family members & Jackson Centre Dental, Brandt Farms, Clerk of Courts Michele Mumford, Thorough Machining Inc., MKM FARM, Sidney Municipal Court docket Judge Gary J. Carter, Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, Barker Insurance Company & Clearly show Cattle, Wreaths by Holly, and Decide Jeff Beigel.

The reserve winner meat turkey was bought by Mallory Havenar, of Sidney, daughter of Amy and Britt Havenar, member of Anna Livestock, to 6 customers for $480. The purchasers ended up Botkins Household & Jackson Center Dental, Brandt Farms, Goffena Home furniture Inc., Matt and Mike Goffena, Shelby County Ag Educators, Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, and Decide Jeff Beigel.

The grand and reserve grand winner market lamb was offered by Denton Homan, 19, of Botkins, son of Fred and Billie Homan, who is a member of Botkins Livestock.

The grand winner sector lamb was bought by Homan to 16 buyers for $1,225. The buyers have been Shelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, Botkins Spouse and children & Jackson Center Dental, Donald A. Sommer Inc., Initially National Bank of New Bremen, Fultz Flooring, Gaiers Chrysler Dodge Jeep, Alvetro Orthodontics, Inn Between Restaurant, Lacal Machines, Minster Financial institution, Sidney System CARSTAR, Studio 802 Salon, Dawn Cooperative Inc., Leugers Ins/Auto Proprietors, Judge Jeff Beigel, and Homan Farms.

Homan marketed the reserve grand winner current market lamb to 14 customers for $925. The customers have been Shelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, Buckeye Insurance policies, Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann, Donald A. Sommer Inc., To start with Countrywide Bank of New Bremen, Fultz Flooring, Gaiers Chrysler Dodge Jeep, Alvetro Orthodontics, Lacal Gear, Minster Financial institution, Sidney Overall body CARSTAR, Sunrise Cooperative Inc., Decide Jeff Beigel, and Homan Farms.

The grand champion meat duck was sold by Addison Brewer, 19, of New Bremen, daughter of Ryan and Nykole Brewer, member of Paw Prints, to J A M Trucking for $1,000.

The reserve winner duck was bought by Bethany Althauser, 17, of Anna, the daughter of Kristian and Heather Althauser, member of Kettlerville Livestock, to Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann for $300.

The grand champion pen of fryers rooster was offered by Reilly Sommer, 18, of Anna, daughter of Andy and Lisa Sommer, member of Anna FFA, to 9 potential buyers for $1,100. The purchasers ended up Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann, Donald A. Sommer Inc., Egbert Livestock Botkins & St. Henry, Hair Expressions, Peoples Federal Savings & Personal loan, Sorensen Insurance Agency, Jill Sparks, Sunrise Cooperative Inc., TMP Trucking, and Schnippel Building Inc.

Reilly Sommer also bought the grand champion solitary broiler rooster to 7 consumers for $975. The consumers were Donald A. Sommer Inc., Egbert Livestock Botkins & St. Henry, M & T Mowers, Sorensen Insurance policies Company, Dawn Cooperative Inc., TMP Trucking, and Schnippel Design Inc.

The reserve champion pen of fryers chicken was bought by Leanne York, of Russia, daughter of Ben and Lisa York, member of Russia Livestock, to 11 customers for $950. The consumers had been Clerk of Courts Michele Mumford, Shelby County Treasurer John Coffield, Fennig Homan Agri Company, Initial Countrywide Lender of New Bremen, Mike York Electric powered Heating & Air, Sidney Body CARSTAR, Sunrise Cooperative Inc., Sidney Car Tech, Choose Jeff Beigel, Shelby County Auditor Amy Berning, and Bohman Ag Service.

The champion broiler pen rooster was offered by Tyler King, of Anna, son of Joe and Michelle King, member of Kettlerville Livestock, to 14 consumers for $1,300. The prospective buyers ended up Buckeye Ford, Initial Nationwide Lender of New Bremen, Matt Huelskamp From The Ground Up Ag Companies, Fultz Flooring, Inn Concerning Restaurant, Anna Young Farmers, Kempfer Revenue & Service Inc, Edward Jones-Danielle Sielschott, Lacal Equipment, A G Boogher & Son Inc., Crown of Natural beauty, Peoples Federal Personal savings & Mortgage, Bambauer Fertilizer & Seed/Jackson, and Sunrise Cooperative Inc.

The reserve winner broiler pen rooster was marketed by Nathan York, of Russia, son of Ben and Lisa York, member of Russia Livestock, to 12 potential buyers for $775. The potential buyers had been C & H Trucking Co., Clerk of Courts Michele Mumford, Shelby County Treasurer John Coffield, Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann, First Countrywide Bank of New Bremen, Mike York Electric powered Heating & Air, RC Household Wooden Products and solutions LLC, Sidney Overall body Carstar, Sunrise Cooperative Inc., Choose Jeff Beigel, Shelby County Auditor Amy Berning, and Bohman Ag Company.

The grand champion solitary fryer chicken was bought by Ben York, of Russia, son of Ben and Lisa York, member of Russia Livestock, to 12 potential buyers for $775. The customers have been Shelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, Clerk of Courts Michele Mumford, Shelby County Treasurer John Coffield, Custom made Foam Items Inc., Very first National Lender of New Bremen, Mike York Electric powered Heating & Air, RC Family members Wooden Items LLC, Sidney Entire body CAESTAR, Dawn Cooperative Inc., Choose Jeff Beigel, Shelby County Auditor Amy Berning, and Bohman Ag Provider.

The reserve champion solitary fryer hen was offered by Porter Depinet, of Sidney, son of Desiree and Joel Depinet, member of Shelby County Livestock, to Detailed Machining Inc. for $400.

Seth Partitions, of Sidney, son of Jenifer and Shane Walls, member of the McCartyville Producers, marketed the reserve champion single broiler rooster to the Inn Concerning Cafe for $200.

A lot more Junior Good livestock sale success will be published in Wednesday’s paper.

Botkins Livestock member Denton Homan, 19, of Botkins, son of Fred and Billie Homan, sells his grand champion industry lamb at the Shelby County Reasonable on Friday, July 30, getting the lamb are Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, Botkins Family members & Jackson Heart Dental, Donald A. Sommer Inc., Initial National Bank of New Bremen, Fultz Flooring, Gaiers Chrysler Dodge Jeep, Alvetro Orthodontics, Inn In between Cafe, Lacal Gear, Minster Bank, Sidney Entire body CARSTAR, Studio 802 Salon, Sunrise Cooperative Inc., Leugers Ins/Automobile Entrepreneurs, Choose Jeff Beigel, and Homan Farms.

Anna Livestock member Carson Shoffner, 13, of Anna, son of Kevin and Jennifer Shoffner, sells his grand winner meat turkey at the Shelby County Reasonable on Friday, July 30. Getting the turkey are Botkins Household & Jackson Middle Dental, Brandt Farms, Clerk of Courts Michele Mumford, Detailed Machining Inc., MKM FARM, Sidney Municipal Court docket Decide Gary J. Carter, Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, Barker Insurance Company & Show Cattle, Wreaths by Holly and Judge Jeff Beigel.

Exhibitors say farewell to animals

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