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Auction results net 4-Hers big bucks on dairy

July 22, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County’s 4-H Fair ended Thursday with its annual auction.

After final numbers were tallied, the total money brought in by the auction was $372,968.59.

Auction results for the Dairy Category included:

Dairy

Dairy Cheese

  • Chenee’ Gaff — Supreme Champion, Best Udder of Show — $1,050
    Buyers: Tresa Nichols, Dairy Queen
  • Megan Brelage — Grand Champion Jersey­ — $350
    Buyers: Amply Holstein
  • Carl Hartwell — Res. Grand Champion Jersey, Showman of Showmen — $465
    Buyers: Wolf Lake Feed & Farm Supply, Johnson, Show Supply, Egolf Farms Inc, Dairy Cheese
  • Chloe Gilbert — Reserve Grand Champion Holstein—
    Buyers: Whitley Co Young Farmers and Johnson Show Supply
  • Cassie Gilbert — $625
    Buyers: Hindbaugh Farms LLC, Johnson Show Supply
  • Tyler Coffelt ­­— $400
    Buyers: Studebaker Farms
  • Abby Brelage — $375.
    Buyers: Amply Holstein’s and Laotto Meats
  • Katie Gaff — $650
    Buyers: Trese Nichols, Dr. Dave and family, Biomet Orthopedics
  • Lindzie Gibson — $350
    Buyers: Dairy Queen and J G Cabinet & Counter
  • Douglas Nicodemus ­— $325
    Buyers: Studebaker Farms
  • Cody Studebacker — $600
    Buyers: W & W Locker Star Bank

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