The Pulaski County 4-H Auction turned in some pretty impressive numbers in this year’s fair.
The total sales came to $136,456, which is up $3,000 from last year. One hundred and forty animals were sold. Swine brought in the most auction money with $61,722.60. The Grand Champion Barrow, shown by Regan Culp, was purchased by a Buyers Group for $15.00 per lb. for a total of $4,140. The Reserve Grand Champion Barrow, shown by Jessica Brandt, was purchased by a Buyers Group for $8 per lb. for a total of $2,144.
Miss Pulaski County Stefanie McGovern’s Royalty Kiss brought in $2,100 while Baleigh Dickson’s 4-H Royalty Kiss sold for $550 and Jacob Frasa’s Royalty Kiss sold for $600.
Congratulations to all of the Pulaski County 4-Hers on a great showing at the fair. The Starke County 4-H Fair officially begins Monday, July 16.