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2019 Ho. Co. Fair and Youth Livestock Show Sale of Champions

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Three Division Records Fall

By Will Johnson
Messenger Reporter

In the Market Hog division, Brennyn Stafford’s hog was selected as the Grand Champion. Stafford represents the Grapeland FFA. Photo by Will Johnson/ Messenger.

HOUSTON COUNTY – The 2019 Houston County Fair and Youth Livestock Show drew to a close on Friday evening, April 5 with the Sale of Champions. The sale also saw three division records fall.

Grand Champion Results

In the Market Hog division, Brennyn Stafford’s hog was purchased by South Pine Animal Hospital for $1,200. Stafford represented the Grapeland FFA.

In the Market Steer division, Coy Smith’s steer was purchased by K-Hill Ranch for $3,200. Smith represented the Kennard 4-H.

In the Foal Futurity division, Aiden Gearheart’s foal was purchased by Cody and Amy Kyle for $700. Gearheart represented the Lovelady 4-H.

In the Jr. Woodworking division, Sawyer Beard’s project was purchased by Caliber Building Co. for $1,100. Beard represented the Kennard 4-H.

In the Fryer Rabbits division, Trey White’s rabbit was purchased by Brookshire Brothers – Crockett for $600. White represented the Crockett FFA.

In the Replacement Heifers division, Michael Curry’s heifers were purchased by Curry’s Grocery for $2,200. Curry represented the Kennard FFA.

In the Market Lamb division, Riley Beaver’s lamb was selected as the Grand Champion. Beaver represents the Homestead 4-H. Photo by Will Johnson/ Messenger.

In the Broiler division, Bryan Perez-Maldonado’s chicken was purchased by God’s Gift Ranch for $2,000. Perez-Maldonado represented the Grapeland FFA.

In the Market Lamb division, Riley Beaver’s lamb was purchased by South Pine Animal Hospital for $2,400. Beaver represented the Homestead 4-H.

In the Market Goat division, Kaylin Parrish’s goat was purchased by Crockett Veterinary Hospital for $1,600. Parrish represented the Kennard FFA.

Reserve Champion Results

In the Market Hog division, Kyria Noble’s hog was purchased by Crockett Farm and Fuel for $1,000. K. Noble represented the Latexo FFA.

In the Market Steer division, Sebastian Noble’s steer was purchased by Fish and Still for $2,300. S. Noble represented the Latexo FFA.

In the Jr. Photography division, Kamilia LeBlanc’s photos were purchased by Affordable Plumbing for $600. LeBlanc represented the Kennard 4-H.

In the Fryer Rabbits division, Aidan Larkin’s rabbit was purchased by Husky Trailers for a Ho. Co. Fair record

In the Market Goat division, Kaylin Parrish’s goat was selected as the Grand Champion. Stafford represents the Kennard FFA.
Photo by Will Johnson/ Messenger.

of $1,700 for Reserve Champion. Larkin represented the Lovelady FFA.

In the Replacement Heifers division, Robert Lewis III’s heifers were purchased by Cowboy Trailers for $2,000. Lewis represented the Crockett FFA.

In the Broiler division, Jason DeCluette’s chicken was purchased by God’s Gift Ranch for $900. DeCluette represented the Grapeland FFA.

In the Market Lamb division, Kenzie Brown’s lamb was purchased by Beard Ranch for a Ho. Co. Fair record price of $4,500 for Reserve Champion. Brown represented the Latexo FFA.

In the Market Goat division, Kenzie Brown’s goat was purchased by Huntsville Wholesale for a Ho. Co. Fair record price of $5,400 for Reserve Champion. Brown represented the Latexo FFA.

Ag Mech Awards

Grand Champion and First Place Sweepstakes – Grapeland FFA

Reserve Champion – Crockett FFA

Second Place Sweepstakes winner – Kennard FFA

Third Place Sweepstakes Winner – Lovelady FFA

Latexo FFA – Class Winner for Small Utility Trailer

Will Johnson may be contacted via e-mail at wjohnson@messenger-news.com.