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Results from the 86th Annual Mason County Livestock Show
Wednesday, January 12, 2011 • Posted January 12, 2011

The 86th Annual Mason County Livestock Show was held Friday and Saturday at the Fort Mason Park Community building.

The show began with the showing of market lambs, Angora and meat goats and market hogs, then continued Saturday with market steers. The show weekend wrapped up with the premium sale and dinner Saturday evening.

In the 2011 Mason Livestock Show, Chama Martin exhibited the Grand Champion Steer, while her sister, Aspen, was the exhibitor of the Reserve Grand Champion Steer. At the premium sale Saturday, both animals were purchased by Jordan Cattle Auction, Harry’s and First State Bank.

The Grand Champion Angora Goat was exhibited by Ty Ellebracht, and was purchased at the sale by Mason National Bank. The Reserve Grand Champion Angora Goat was shown by Steeley Smith. It was purchased by Mason Feed Store.

Baylee Owen was the exhibitor of the Grand Champion Lamb at the Mason Show, which at $4,900 brought the highest prices of the night at the premiumm sale. It was purchased by a group that included Worrell Enterprises, Durst Cattle, Mason Garden Market, Smith Steel, Gillespie Cattle Auction, Ashley Club Lambs and Fredericksburg Implement.

The Reserve Grand Champion Lamb was exhibited by Garrett Allen, and was purchased by Mason National Bank at the sale.

The Grand Champion Meat Goat was exhibited by Rio Schmidt. It was purchased by June and Jimmy Scripps. Sierra Martin was the exhibitor of the Reserve Grand Champion Meat Goat that was purchased by Doug Tow.

Nicholas Martin exhibited the Grand Champion Market Hog which was purchased at the sale by Erna Frac Sand and the Mason Rodeo Association. Kinsley Jordan was the exhibitor of the Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog. It was purchased at the sale by June and Jimmy Scripps.

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