Mid-State Fair

Here’s what sold at the 2018 Mid-State Fair Junior Livestock Auction

Hogs go to the highest bidder at the California Mid-State Fair

Animals and livestock were auctioned off at the Junior Livestock Auction at the California Mid-State Fair on Saturday.
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Animals and livestock were auctioned off at the Junior Livestock Auction at the California Mid-State Fair on Saturday.

Animals sold by 4-H and FFA students raised $2.2 million at the 2018 Junior Livestock Auction on Saturday at the California Mid-State Fair, according to unofficial figures from the fair.

Students sold 871 animals, excluding add-on animals.

The unofficial overall totals were up from the 2017 Junior Livestock Auction, which sold 850 animals for more than $2.1 million. The money goes to benefit various agriculture youth groups in San Luis Obispo County.

Breaking it down

  • 462 hogs sold for $1,011,069
  • 73 steers sold for $431,700

  • 85 heifers sold for $382,000
  • 86 lambs sold for $323,567
  • 53 goats sold for $60,930
  • 4 rabbit pens sold for $8,500
  • 4 poultry pen sold for $5,600
  • 4 turkey pens sold for $6,275

Individual results

  • Logan Tucker of Templeton FFA sold the Supreme Champion Heifer for $8,000.
  • Carly Wheeler of Santa Lucia 4-H sold the Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer for $10,000 and Supreme Champion Steer for $16,200.

  • Braden Wheeler of Santa Lucia 4-H sold the Reserve Supreme Champion Steer for $14,773.
  • Kylie Aronsen of Cerro Alto 4-H sold the Supreme Champion Hog for $3,885.
  • Eleanor Borba of Atascadero FFA sold the Reserve Supreme Champion Hog for $7,263.
  • Rachel Wilkins of Lockwood 4-H sold the Supreme Champion Rabbits for $2,600.
  • Robert Feathersone of Atascadero FFA sold the Reserve Supreme Champion Rabbits for $2,400.
  • Kendall Savage of Chaparral 4-H sold the Supreme Champion Goat for $2,400.
  • Carly Wheeler of Santa Luica 4-H sold the Reseve Supreme Goat for $4,429.
  • Aeven Sylvester of Canyon Country 4-H sold Supreme Champion Market Broilers for $2,000 and the Supreme Champion Market Turkey for $1,600.
  • Holyn Sylvester of Canyon Country 4-H sold the Reserve Supreme Champion Market Broilers for $1,500.
  • Tyler Puentes of Carria Plains 4-H sold the Reserve Supreme Champion Market Turkey for $1,475.
  • Kendal Power of Ranchita Canyon 4-H sold the Supreme Champion Lamb for $5,822.
  • Paige Autry of Paso Robles FFA sold the Reserve Supreme Champion Lamb for $4,277.50.

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