|Livestock showmen sell animals|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
4-H and FFA livestock sales went well at the Phillips County Fair sale Saturday, July 27.
Alex Vieselmeyer’s GC market beef was purchased by Abts Pharmacy, and Kaylee Camblin’s RGC went to Aurora Cooperative.
Kaitlyn Kent’s GC market goat was purchased by Holyoke Veterinary Clinic.
Slick Spot Farm & Truck purchased Drew Stewart’s GC market poultry, and Busy Buddies Learning Center bought Kassidy Porter’s RGC.
Lauren Bergner’s GC market rabbit went to First Pioneer National Bank of Holyoke.
In the sheep sale, Premier Farm Credit bought Emily Atkins’ GC market sheep and Brian Show Lambs purchased Naydeen Knapp’s RGC.
Kaylee Camblin’s GC market swine was purchased by Scholl Oil & Transportation.
Other beef purchasers were Kinnie Grain, Haxtun-Fleming Herald, Nebrado, Ag Power Equipment, Bank of Colorado, Wolf Auto, Fiddler Peak Ranch, Tempel Veterinary Service, Joe Kinnie, Northeast Feed and Harchelroad Motors.
Other goat purchasers were Tommy Thompson, Slick Spot Farm & Truck, Points West Community Bank, J&R Seamless Gutters, Bud and Bonnie Biesemeier, Crop Production Services, Grainland, Schmidt Motors and Contigo Ag Service-Doug Larson.
Other poultry purchasers were McConnell Pioneer Seed and Martin Golf Academy.
Other rabbit purchasers were Mariane Ortner, Lisa Atkins and Revolution Welding.
Other sheep purchasers were Jake’s Feed, Paoli Farmers Coop, Ag Power Equipment, Sonnenberg Agency, Sean Fryrear, Schram Farms, Holyoke Marketplace, Phil Hart, Holyoke Veterinary Service, First Pioneer National Bank of Holyoke, Thompson Electric, Bill and Linda Fuesz, Lebsack Farms and Nebrado.
Other swine purchasers were Wolf Auto, First National Bank of Fleming, Paoli Farmers Coop, Ag Power Equipment, Ryan Oliver, Knode Livestock, MV Equipment, Hassler Crop Insurance, Contigo Ag Solutions-Doug Larson, Rod Salvador, Oliver Agency, Bamford Feedyard, Aaron Worley-Beta Sugar Beets, Aaron Powell-Dekalb, First Pioneer National Bank of Holyoke, Tommy Thompson, Holyoke Pharmacy, Jake’s Feed, Glen’s Diesel Service, Bank of Colorado and Hofmeister Farms.
Holyoke Enterprise August 8, 2013