The sale of champions


The annual livestock sale took place at the Mason County Fair on Friday. Pictured is Zoie Mayes who showed the reserve champion lamb that sold for $24 per pound to Mark Porter GM Supercenter. Also pictured, Mark Porter as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Nathan Wood’s grand champion goat sold for $45 per pound to APG and People’s Bank, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. More from the livestock sale inside this edition and online at www.dailyregister.com.

The annual livestock sale took place at the Mason County Fair on Friday. Pictured is Zoie Mayes who showed the reserve champion lamb that sold for $24 per pound to Mark Porter GM Supercenter. Also pictured, Mark Porter as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Nathan Wood’s grand champion goat sold for $45 per pound to APG and People’s Bank, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. More from the livestock sale inside this edition and online at www.dailyregister.com.


Ashley Durst | Courtesy

The annual livestock sale took place at the Mason County Fair on Friday. Pictured is Zoie Mayes who showed the reserve champion lamb that sold for $24 per pound to Mark Porter GM Supercenter. Also pictured, Mark Porter as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Nathan Wood’s grand champion goat sold for $45 per pound to APG and People’s Bank, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. More from the livestock sale inside this edition and online at www.dailyregister.com.


Ashley Durst | Courtesy

The annual livestock sale took place at the Mason County Fair on Friday. Pictured is Zoie Mayes who showed the reserve champion lamb that sold for $24 per pound to Mark Porter GM Supercenter. Also pictured, Mark Porter as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Nathan Wood’s grand champion goat sold for $45 per pound to APG and People’s Bank, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. More from the livestock sale inside this edition and online at www.dailyregister.com.

The annual livestock sale took place at the Mason County Fair on Friday. Pictured is Zoie Mayes who showed the reserve champion lamb that sold for $24 per pound to Mark Porter GM Supercenter. Also pictured, Mark Porter as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Nathan Wood’s grand champion goat sold for $45 per pound to APG and People’s Bank, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. More from the livestock sale inside this edition and online at www.dailyregister.com.

The annual livestock sale took place at the Mason County Fair on Friday. Pictured is Zoie Mayes who showed the reserve champion lamb that sold for $24 per pound to Mark Porter GM Supercenter. Also pictured, Mark Porter as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Nathan Wood’s grand champion goat sold for $45 per pound to APG and People’s Bank, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. More from the livestock sale inside this edition and online at www.dailyregister.com.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_5Fair5.jpgThe annual livestock sale took place at the Mason County Fair on Friday. Pictured is Zoie Mayes who showed the reserve champion lamb that sold for $24 per pound to Mark Porter GM Supercenter. Also pictured, Mark Porter as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Nathan Wood’s grand champion goat sold for $45 per pound to APG and People’s Bank, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. More from the livestock sale inside this edition and online at www.dailyregister.com. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

The annual livestock sale took place at the Mason County Fair on Friday. Pictured is Zoie Mayes who showed the reserve champion lamb that sold for $24 per pound to Mark Porter GM Supercenter. Also pictured, Mark Porter as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Nathan Wood’s grand champion goat sold for $45 per pound to APG and People’s Bank, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. More from the livestock sale inside this edition and online at www.dailyregister.com.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_6Fair6.jpgThe annual livestock sale took place at the Mason County Fair on Friday. Pictured is Zoie Mayes who showed the reserve champion lamb that sold for $24 per pound to Mark Porter GM Supercenter. Also pictured, Mark Porter as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Nathan Wood’s grand champion goat sold for $45 per pound to APG and People’s Bank, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. More from the livestock sale inside this edition and online at www.dailyregister.com. Ashley Durst | Courtesy