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Lamb tops steer at stock show sale
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Cuatro Schauer’s grand champion steer wasn’t the highest bidded auction animal. It was his lamb that sold for the most money, $5,800. He is shown here with its buyers, Berry Contracting, Oak Park Funeral Chapel, Dr. Larakers, Krause Ag Service and Haws Club Lambs.
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The Bee County Junior Livestock and Homemakers Show concluded Saturday with the highly anticipated premium sale.

The highest selling animal was Cuatro Schauer’s grand champion lamb, which went for $5,800. The champion steer, also shown by Cuatro, went for $5,500.

The overall total amount of money spent at the sale was not yet available.

Grand and reserve champions for each animal were:

Steers

• Grand champion: Cuatro Schauer, $5,500

• Reserve champion: Cuatro Schauer, $3,500

Lambs

• Grand champion: Cuatro Schauer, $5,800

• Reserve champion: Ariana Haws, $5,799

Hogs

• Grand champion: Micah Davis, $4,000

• Reserve champion: Jonathon Huser, $3,999

Goats

• Grand champion: Cuatro Schauer, $5,000

• Reserve champion: Ryan Beck, $4,999

Rabbits

• Grand champion: Jacklyn Martinez, $3,500

• Reserve champion: Zachaus Rowe, $2,500

Chickens

• Grand champion: Lane Rothlisberger, $3,000

• Reserve champion: Samantha Minter, $2,999

Commercial heifers

• Grand champion: Cuatro Schauer, $5,500

• Reserve champion: Trenton Dragon, $5,499

Crafts

• Grand champion 4-H: Jessica Sain, $1,000

• Grand champion FCS: Sara Rix, $2,200
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