4-H Endowment Trust Fund Vice President Mark Crowley takes bids during the endowment animal auction a 2021 annual market sale in Bloom Pavilion.

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The Kittitas County Fair had a record breaking livestock sale with a grand total of $614,156.91 given to livestock youth through community support, even though there were around 70 animals fewer than normally sold.

Average purchase prices for the species were as follows: Swine — $10.30/pound, Sheep — $16.59/pound, Beef — $5.21/pound, Mini Beef — $5/pound, Goats — $17.43/pound.

The following are the grand and reserve champion sale recaps:


Grand Champion Hog – Henry Joyce, sold to Central WA Chiropractic and Premier Paint & Flooring for $9/pound

Reserve Hog – Avrie Nemrow, sold to Mid-State Co-op for $7.50/pound


(no champion lamb)

Reserve Champion Lamb – Elaine Joyce, sold to Ward Rugh, Inc. for $23/pound


Grand Champion Steer – Parker Lyyski, sold to Anderson Hay & Grain for $10/pound

Reserve Steer – Adler Moon, sold to Quigley Cattle Co. for $7/pound


Champion Mini Beef – Israel Cox, sold to Old Mill Country Store for $5/pound

Reserve Mini Beef – Bailey Sherley, sold to Ken Edwards for $5/pound


Grand Champion Goat – Molly McNutt, sold to First Impressions and Gylling Consulting for $27/pound

Reserve Champion Goat – Amy McNutt, sold to Scott Perna, CPA PC

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