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814-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 4, 1993
MIFFLIN (Mifflin Co.) A
record total of 204 FFA and 4-H
animals entered the auction ring at
the Mifflin County Youth Park at
the end of fair week bringing a tot
al of $65,805 even though average
prices were low.
4-H’ers and FFA youth once
again saw community, agri
business, and individual support
for their projects as the bidding
To begin the sale of 47 market
lambs, Fisher Bee Company
bought the 124-pound grand
champion market lamb for $570
from Jeremy Fisher while Gayle
Stine’s 114-pound reserve champ
ion went to Paul Brown Excavat
ing for $3.25 per pound.
The sale of 117 swine began
with Brad Wilson’s 241-pound
market hog bought by Mike’s
Excavating & Landscaping for
$3.75 per pound. Matt Kline’s
reserve grand champion sold to
Boss’s Steak & Seafood House
for $3.10 per pound.
Samantha Speicher’s 72-pound
Grand Champion goat went to
Allensville Planing Mill for $126
while Kish Valley Buying Station
bought Becky Seitz’s Reserve
Champion for 103.50.
Hoss’s Steak and Seafood pur
chased Josh Bowen’s Grand
Champion beef for $3,015. Robin
Brubaker’s Reserve Champion
beef went to Juniata Concrete for
Josh Bowen (right) sold his grand champion beef to Moss’s Steak and Seafood for
$3,015. Representing Moss's wars (I to r) Mike Llghtner, Angle Bender, DeAnn Smith,
Chad Hollenbaugh, fend Paula Strieker.
Mifflin Youth Hold
Wade Fisher of Fisher Bee Farm bought Jeremy Fisher’s
124-pound sheep at the Mifflin County Youth Fair for
Bgcky Seitz’s reserve grand champion goat went to
Sherman Click at Kish Valli Br station.
Mike Watson (left) of Mike’s Excavating and Landscape
based Brad Wllr-'’- nd champion ' i for
were placed to purchase a gallon of grand champion milk.
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