Mason County Fair awards and sale


Kade McCutcheon’s reserve champion feeder calf sold for $6 per pound to Pleasant Valley Hospital, Cabell Huntington Hospital, Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Peoples Bank, Wilcoxen Funeral Home, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.

Kade McCutcheon’s reserve champion feeder calf sold for $6 per pound to Pleasant Valley Hospital, Cabell Huntington Hospital, Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Peoples Bank, Wilcoxen Funeral Home, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.


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Karlee Edmonds’ reserve champion hog sold for $10 per pound to “Mawmaw Newbery in Memory of Leonard Newberry and Pawpaw Edmonds,” representatives also pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.


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Colton Arrington’s grand champion feeder calf sold for $15 per pound to Bend Area Chiropractor, Best Deal Farm Equipment, Ashton Producer and Farm Auction, and Baughman Show Cattle, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.


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Hayley Keefer’s grand champion lamb sold for $31 per pound to City Ice & Fuel, representative Jimmy Bowser pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.


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Leah Hoffman’s grand champion heifer sold for $8.50 per pound to Prim Law Firm and Hoffman Beef Farms, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.


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Braxton Call’s reserve champion goat sold for $55 per pound to Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital, Ohio Valley Bank Bend Area Office, Stacy A. Call Livestock, WV Paving, LE Sommer, Patriot Meat Processing, James Carroll Livestock, Mt. Hope Auction Co., Cattleman’s Livestock Exchange, and Kiser Livestock, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.


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Kerigan Blake’s grand champion steer sold for $3.75 per pound to Hogg and Zuspan of Mason and Point Pleasant, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.


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Brayden Staats’ reserve champion heifer sold for $5 per pound to Enerfab Tire and Industrial, Blast All, H20 Sun LLC, Precision Pump and Valve Services and Lathrop Trotter, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.


Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Kate Henderson’s reserve champion steer sold for $3.70 per pound to Prim Law Firm, Brian Prim pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.


Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Winning second place in junior master showmanship, an award sponsored by the Newberry family in memory of Delores Newberry, is Cade Blackshire. Also pictured are representatives of the Newberry family, fair and 4-H royalty.


Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Winning second place in senior master showmanship, an award sponsored by the Newberry Family in memory of Leonard Newberry, is Dalton Dangerfield, pictured also is a representative of the Newberry family.


Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Kade McCutcheon’s reserve champion feeder calf sold for $6 per pound to Pleasant Valley Hospital, Cabell Huntington Hospital, Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Peoples Bank, Wilcoxen Funeral Home, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.

Karlee Edmonds’ reserve champion hog sold for $10 per pound to “Mawmaw Newbery in Memory of Leonard Newberry and Pawpaw Edmonds,” representatives also pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.

Colton Arrington’s grand champion feeder calf sold for $15 per pound to Bend Area Chiropractor, Best Deal Farm Equipment, Ashton Producer and Farm Auction, and Baughman Show Cattle, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.

Hayley Keefer’s grand champion lamb sold for $31 per pound to City Ice & Fuel, representative Jimmy Bowser pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.

Leah Hoffman’s grand champion heifer sold for $8.50 per pound to Prim Law Firm and Hoffman Beef Farms, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.

Braxton Call’s reserve champion goat sold for $55 per pound to Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital, Ohio Valley Bank Bend Area Office, Stacy A. Call Livestock, WV Paving, LE Sommer, Patriot Meat Processing, James Carroll Livestock, Mt. Hope Auction Co., Cattleman’s Livestock Exchange, and Kiser Livestock, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.

Kerigan Blake’s grand champion steer sold for $3.75 per pound to Hogg and Zuspan of Mason and Point Pleasant, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.

Brayden Staats’ reserve champion heifer sold for $5 per pound to Enerfab Tire and Industrial, Blast All, H20 Sun LLC, Precision Pump and Valve Services and Lathrop Trotter, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.

Kate Henderson’s reserve champion steer sold for $3.70 per pound to Prim Law Firm, Brian Prim pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.

Winning second place in junior master showmanship, an award sponsored by the Newberry family in memory of Delores Newberry, is Cade Blackshire. Also pictured are representatives of the Newberry family, fair and 4-H royalty.

Winning second place in senior master showmanship, an award sponsored by the Newberry Family in memory of Leonard Newberry, is Dalton Dangerfield, pictured also is a representative of the Newberry family.

Kade McCutcheon’s reserve champion feeder calf sold for $6 per pound to Pleasant Valley Hospital, Cabell Huntington Hospital, Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Peoples Bank, Wilcoxen Funeral Home, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_3Fair3.jpgKade McCutcheon’s reserve champion feeder calf sold for $6 per pound to Pleasant Valley Hospital, Cabell Huntington Hospital, Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Peoples Bank, Wilcoxen Funeral Home, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Karlee Edmonds’ reserve champion hog sold for $10 per pound to “Mawmaw Newbery in Memory of Leonard Newberry and Pawpaw Edmonds,” representatives also pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_4Fair4.jpgKarlee Edmonds’ reserve champion hog sold for $10 per pound to “Mawmaw Newbery in Memory of Leonard Newberry and Pawpaw Edmonds,” representatives also pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Colton Arrington’s grand champion feeder calf sold for $15 per pound to Bend Area Chiropractor, Best Deal Farm Equipment, Ashton Producer and Farm Auction, and Baughman Show Cattle, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_8Fair8.jpgColton Arrington’s grand champion feeder calf sold for $15 per pound to Bend Area Chiropractor, Best Deal Farm Equipment, Ashton Producer and Farm Auction, and Baughman Show Cattle, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Hayley Keefer’s grand champion lamb sold for $31 per pound to City Ice & Fuel, representative Jimmy Bowser pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_9Fair9.jpgHayley Keefer’s grand champion lamb sold for $31 per pound to City Ice & Fuel, representative Jimmy Bowser pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Leah Hoffman’s grand champion heifer sold for $8.50 per pound to Prim Law Firm and Hoffman Beef Farms, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_10Fair10.jpgLeah Hoffman’s grand champion heifer sold for $8.50 per pound to Prim Law Firm and Hoffman Beef Farms, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Braxton Call’s reserve champion goat sold for $55 per pound to Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital, Ohio Valley Bank Bend Area Office, Stacy A. Call Livestock, WV Paving, LE Sommer, Patriot Meat Processing, James Carroll Livestock, Mt. Hope Auction Co., Cattleman’s Livestock Exchange, and Kiser Livestock, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_11Fair11.jpgBraxton Call’s reserve champion goat sold for $55 per pound to Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital, Ohio Valley Bank Bend Area Office, Stacy A. Call Livestock, WV Paving, LE Sommer, Patriot Meat Processing, James Carroll Livestock, Mt. Hope Auction Co., Cattleman’s Livestock Exchange, and Kiser Livestock, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Kerigan Blake’s grand champion steer sold for $3.75 per pound to Hogg and Zuspan of Mason and Point Pleasant, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_12Fair12.jpgKerigan Blake’s grand champion steer sold for $3.75 per pound to Hogg and Zuspan of Mason and Point Pleasant, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Brayden Staats’ reserve champion heifer sold for $5 per pound to Enerfab Tire and Industrial, Blast All, H20 Sun LLC, Precision Pump and Valve Services and Lathrop Trotter, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_13Fair13.jpgBrayden Staats’ reserve champion heifer sold for $5 per pound to Enerfab Tire and Industrial, Blast All, H20 Sun LLC, Precision Pump and Valve Services and Lathrop Trotter, representatives pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Kate Henderson’s reserve champion steer sold for $3.70 per pound to Prim Law Firm, Brian Prim pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_14Fair14.jpgKate Henderson’s reserve champion steer sold for $3.70 per pound to Prim Law Firm, Brian Prim pictured as well as Fair Queen Marlee Bruner. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Winning second place in junior master showmanship, an award sponsored by the Newberry family in memory of Delores Newberry, is Cade Blackshire. Also pictured are representatives of the Newberry family, fair and 4-H royalty.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_JuniorSecond.jpgWinning second place in junior master showmanship, an award sponsored by the Newberry family in memory of Delores Newberry, is Cade Blackshire. Also pictured are representatives of the Newberry family, fair and 4-H royalty. Ashley Durst | Courtesy

Winning second place in senior master showmanship, an award sponsored by the Newberry Family in memory of Leonard Newberry, is Dalton Dangerfield, pictured also is a representative of the Newberry family.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/08/web1_SeniorSecond.jpgWinning second place in senior master showmanship, an award sponsored by the Newberry Family in memory of Leonard Newberry, is Dalton Dangerfield, pictured also is a representative of the Newberry family. Ashley Durst | Courtesy