2021 Sale of Champions!

The Grand Champion Swiss Cheese, produced by Pearl Valley Cheese County, representing the seven dairy champions and supreme dairy showmen The exhibitors were Grand Champion Ayrshire: Logan Topp, Auglaize County; Grand Champion Brown Swiss: Madicyn Rupp, Wayne County; Grand Champion Guernsey: Aubree Topp, Shelby County; Grand Champion Holstein: Kayla Cring, Huron County; Grand Champion Jersey: Blake Greiwe, Shelby County; Grand Champion Red and White: Lily Elsass, Auglaize County; Grand Champion Milking Shorthorn: Aubree Topp, Shelby County; Supreme Showman, Week 1 – Exhibited by: Tim Gunkleman, Wayne County; and Supreme Showman, Week 2 – Exhibited by: Madelyn Topp, Auglaize County. The cheese was purchased by AG Boogher and Son and S&S Volvo for a record-setting bid of $33,000.
The Grand Champion Market Turkey was exhibited by Johnathan Woodward of Coshocton County and purchased by Cooper Farms, OKI, Tim and Glenda Huffman, Event Marketing Strategies, and Concessions by Cox for a record-setting bid of $20,000.
The Grand Champion Market Goat was exhibited by Paige Pence of Clark County and purchased by the Kroger Company for $16,000.
The Grand Champion Meat Chickens were exhibited by Zane Ortman of Perry County and purchased by Gerber Poultry and the Kroger Company for $22,000.
The Reserve Champion Meat Chickens were exhibited by Abecka Ruggles of Huron County and purchased by Mark and Megan Kvamme for a record-setting bid of $21,500.
The Grand Champion Market Lamb was exhibited by Bailee Amstutz of Union County and purchased by Mark and Megan Kvamme and family for $23,000.
The Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb was exhibited by Kaitlyn Zeedyk of Defiance County and purchased by Steve R. Rauch, Inc. for a bid of $15,000.
The Grand Champion Market Barrow was exhibited by Aiden Knecht, Fayette County, and purchased by Mark and Megan Kvamme and family for $55,000.
The Reserve Grand Champion Market Barrow was exhibited by Cade Peterson of Ottawa County and purchased by Bob Evans, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation and the Kroger Company with a record-setting bid of $52,000.
The Grand Champion Market Beef was exhibited by Carson Shafer, Preble County, and purchased by Mark and Megan Kvamme and family for $71,000.
The Reserve Grand Champion Market Beef was exhibited by Delaney Jones, Allen County, and purchased by Steve R. Rauch, Inc. for a bid of $66,000.

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