The Bloomsburg Fair Livestock Sale grossed more than $108,265 for 4-H and FFA members selling their livestock. The annual event featured more than 100 young people showing 230 animals they have been raising over the past several months.
Carly Britch of Catawissa sold her grand champion market steer to Shamrock Mills of Paxinos for $4,000. The reserve champion market steer owned by Blake Herman of Beavertown was sold to Zeisloft Farm Equipment of Jerseytown for $2,550.
Elizabeth Lauver of Selinsgrove sold her grand champion dairy beef to Susquehanna Valley Veterinary of Paxinos for $850. The reserve champion dairy beef owned by Rebecca Lauver of Selinsgrove was sold to Bailey’s Produce and Supic Taxi of Shamokin Dam for $650.
Nolan Schrock of Jerseytown sold his grand champion market rabbits for $225 to U and U Modular Homes/Richard Umstead, Hughesville. Sheryl Davison of Berwick sold her reserve grand champion pen of rabbits for $170 to Susquehanna Valley Veterinary.
Nicole Hoffman of Catawissa sold her grand champion market lamb to NAPA Transportation of Mechanicsburg for $1,200. Mallory Pershinski of White Deer sold her reserve grand champion to Deerview Homes/Richard Umstead, Unityville, for $450.
The grand champion market goat was sold for $500 to U and U Modular Homes/Richard Umstead of Hughesville by Hannah Imgrund of Lewisburg. The reserve champion market goat owned by Carly Britch of Catawissa was sold to Numidia Dragway for $1,000.
The grand champion market hog was sold to Eric Imgrund Mini Excavating, Ards Farm Market, B&K Construction and Packer’s Concessions for $2,000 by D.J. Boop of Mifflinburg. The reserve champion market hog owned by Nicole Hoffman of Catawissa was sold to Cleveland Pork Inc. for $1,300.
The sale averages, champions included were $1,845 per head for steers, $667 per head for dairy beef, $144 per pen for meat rabbits, $293 per head for lambs, $260 per head for goats, and $367 per head for hogs.