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The Cuba Free Press Martin had the reserve supreme champion heifer and was a plaque by Bourbon Hill Angus. Lindsay White won the preme champion heifer award and received a trophy from Family Angus Farm. Wee bucket calf trophies were presented to Mackenzi Eddie Dunakey, Auston Thomas and Andrew Sponsors for the trophies were Cuba Banking Town & Country Bank, Route 66 Car Wash, West Lime Greg and Joyce Kimberlin, Joe and Fannle Lea, Charlene Robertson and Shane and Tracy Staples. Grandstaff won the award for the reserve champion bull a plaque from White Family Angus Farm. Michelle ig had the supreme champion bull and received a trophy n Hill Angus. not available Vidual herdsman award in the sheep division went to who was presented with $25 Cash from Route 66 ash. ]rand champion country cured ham award went to Nathan Who won a trophy from Farms Co-op Association in. Setter sold his 14-pound ham to Heintz Processing in of Jan Schroeder. Heintz paid $16.50 per pound for a of $231. Thank you Parks Cattle for purchasing my 4-H Market Barrow Taylor Gibson Oak Hill 4-H 't Eight to12 bucket calf trophies were presented to Mickinze Koppelmann, Tyler Monda, Haley Robertson, Matthew Campbell and Dakota Skouby. Sponsors for the trophies were Cuba Banking Center, Town & Country Bank, Route 66 Car Wash, West Lime and Fertilizer, Greg and Joyce Kimberlin, Joe and Fannie Lea, Keith and Charlene Robertson and Shane and Tracy Staples. Katie Pinnell had the Fifth Division champion steer on foot. She earned a plaque from Dave Campbell Construction and Excavating. Jason Martin's steer was the Forth Division cham- pion on foot. He received a plaque from Steelville Telephone Exchange. Nick Mertz had the Third Division winning steer and received a plaque from Interstate Regional Stockyards. Anthony Myers had the Second Division champion steer and was given a plaque from Keith Spurgeon Agency. Carrie Romine had the First Division winning steer and received a plaque from Tennyson Real Estate. The market steer 14 and older award went to Lindsay White. The award was a duffle bag, provided by Dustin Daehn Hereford. The market steer 13 and younger showmanship award, a duffle bag provided by Fanning Feed, was won by Kayla Medwick. Aaron Setter's 15-pound ham was purchased by Moreland Processing for $10 per pound for a total of $150. It was then resold to C&S Masonary for $10 per pound, with proceeds to benefit the 4-H and FFA livestock program at the fair. Cody Grandstaff's 1,185-pound steer was purchased by Steelville Manufacturing for $1,896 at $1.60 per pound. The reserve country cured ham award, a plaque from Heintz Processing, went to Kelli Murray. Carrie Romine sold her 244-pound barrow to Maerli Farms for $2.25 per pound for a total price of $549. Kaitlin Romine sold a 220-pound hog to Roberts-Judson Lumber Company for $3.50 per pound and a total of $770. Thank you First Community National Bank For purchasing my 4-H Steer Zach Fudge - Prairie 4-H Jul r 24, 2003---3B The reserve rate-of-gain champion steer award went to Todd Weber. He got a plaque from Voss Truck Port and a $50 savings bond from Bourbon Roller Mill. Katie Pinnell won the rate-of- gain award in the steer division, for which she received a trophy from the Conaway family and a $100 savings bond from Voas Truck Port. ,00cenes from the Fair r Thank you Subway - Roger Killeen for sponsoring the Best Single Project Kathryn Plank Lone Star 4H Thank you Mid-Mo Truss for buying my Market Steer at the Crawford County Fair. Lindsey Grandstaff Steelville FFA