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The following are the results of the Harford County 4-H Livestock Sale at the Farm Fair. They are listed by category, and include the seller first, the buyer and the price.

Lambs

Matthias Beichler, Dr. James and Rose Brayton, $453; Megan Beichler, Dr. James and Rose Brayton, $341.25; Katie Stump, Bridgeview Farm, $464.40; Alicia Crowl, Brothers Berries, $503.50; Zachary Beichler, Curves of Whiteford, $412.50; Michael Wood, Charles Daughton, $448.90; Maggie Holloway, Donna Stifler Campaign Fund, $861; Anne Maxwell, Birch Family, $268.80; Jordan Sommer, Birch Family, $451.95; Alicia Crowl, Garden Fence Farm, $510; Melissa Grimmel, Giant Rock Spring, $931, grand champion; Ellie Daney, Scott Gibson, $539.75; Christina Condict, Nutramax, $1,301.50; Lindsey Sommer, Family of Robert Hooper, $687.75; Ashley Crowl, J and R Sheds and Equipment, $396; Amelia Beichler, Janet’s Cleaning Service, $357.50; Andrew Wood, Janet’s Cleaning Service, $384.40; Emma Stump, Bryan and Kathy Kelly, $408; Rachel Wakefield, Bryan and Kathy Kelly, $463.50; Megan Beichler, Klein’s ShopRite, $592.20; Matthias Beichler, Kimberly Leyhe, $348; Christina Condict, Madonna Veterinary Clinic, $999.75; Cassie Daney, MidAtlantic Farm Credit, $492.80; Margaret Stump, Bernie Muth, $504.30; Alisa Schaedel, Plaza Ford, $534; and Stephanie Dausch, Plaza Ford, $870.

Also, Ned Maxwell, State Senator Barry Glassman, $500; Josiah Beichler, Weeks Family, $366.30; Chelsea Rutledge, Howard Wolfe, $455.10; Zachary Beichler, Jason Gallion for Delegate, $256; Lindsey Sommer, Shane and Jackie Smithson, $325; Kelly Foulk, Jim Foulk, $627.20; Amos Beichler, Piedmont Ridge Enterprise LLC, $307.50; Paige Rickey, Al Redmer for Senate, $610; Ashley Crowl, Todd Paterniti, $569.50; Josiah Beichler, Carol Helfrich, $318.50; Chelsea Rutledge, Troyer Farms LLC, $541.20; Brooke Rickey, Troyer Farms LLC, $720.50; and April Troyer, Troyer Farms LLC, $368.90.

Steers

Brooke Rickey, Backyard Boyz, $2,793; Emma Stump, Friends of Dave Craig, $2,122.30; Mark Holloway, Giant Rock Spring, $3,924.60; Maggie Holloway, Patrick Hess, $3,003; Jordan Sommer, Family of Robert Hooper, $1,987.50; Stephanie Dausch, Family of Robert Hooper, $2,266.25; Mark Holloway, I-Mark Builders, $3,605.25; Melissa Grimmel, J and R Sheds and Equipment, $2,472, reserve champion; Melvin Huber, JDT Transportation, $1,057, reserve champion; Nathan Holloway, Jones Junction, Bryan Kilby, $3,156; TJ Raab, Kelly Financial Group LLC, $1,410; Margaret Stump, Kelly Financial Group LLC, $2,572.50; Melissa Grimmel, Klein’s ShopRite, $592.20; Cassie Holloway, Alva M. Amoss McMullen, $3,476; Katie Stump, Wayne Norman, $2,035.50; Paige Rickey, Saubel Markets, $3,429; Amy Poteet, Saubel Markets, $2,478; Tyler Van Deusen, The Mill of Bel Air, $1,810.50; Chelsea Rutledge, Andrew Thompson, $1,813.75, champion; Christina Ports, Frederick Ward Associates., $1,759.50; Tyler Van Deusen, Tom Ports, $1,857.60; Stephanie Dausch, Joseph M. Woods, $2,734.60; Tommy Reeves, Dixie Construction, $3,787; and Olivia Huber, Jacobs Well Assisted Living, $1,062.60.

Hogs

Lizzy Kilby, Bel Air Auto Auction, $1,338.75; Jennifer Malkus, Dr. James and Rose Brayton, $774; Bethany Boniface, Bridgeview Farm, $809.25; Peter Wakefield, Bridgeview Farm, $862.50; Jonathan Stewart, Clark Sales and Service, $565; Emily Miller, Clear Meadow Farm, $621.40; Rebecca Drive, Curves of Whiteford, $838.50; James Reeves, DMT Investments LLC, $448.90; Amy Poteet, Donna Stifler Campaign Fund, $975; Josh Barben, The Charles Edwards Family, $975; Isabella Grifasi, The Michael Birch Family, $853,20; Ben Boniface, Ferrell Family Properties, $1,020.25; Hannah Archer, Ferrell Fuel, $848.25; Lizzy Kilby, Fitzpatrick and Sons Landscaping, $1,116; Sarah Schneider, Foulk Family, $698.25; Rebecca Driver, Foulk Family, $592.80; Ben Kefauver, Foxborough Inc., $741; Ellen Kefauver, Foxborough Nursery Inc., $762; Bobby Burton, Friends of Dave Craig, $742.50; Bethany Boniface, Friends of Dave Craig, $958.65; Madie Poteet, Garden Fence Farm, $771; Katie Poteet, Garden Fence Farm, $702; James Reeves, Gessner and Snee, $1,044; Mark Holloway, Giant Rock Spring, $3,924.60; and Melvin Huber, Goose Creek Farm, $550.

Also, Beth Johnson, Harry Hopkins Company, $701.25; Madie Poteet, Harry Hopkins Company, $673.75; Helen Boniface, Nutramax, $864.50; Logan Miller, Nutramax, $854; Tara Miller, Nutramax, $1,159; Corrine Miller, Nutramax, $854; Jack Boniface, $1,512.50; Emily Miller, Highview Farms, $214; Matthew Miller, Highview Farms, $208; Holly Driver, Kerry Hochstein, $750.75; Cole Schneider, Holloway Brothers, $789.75; Isabella Grifasi, Holloway Brothers, $825.50; Hannah Schneider, Dr. Andrew and Kim Holloway, $678; Peter Wakefield, Henry Holloway, $726; Rachel Wakefield, Henry Holloway, $678; Paul Johnson, the Family of Robert Hooper, $858.75; Travis Moore, the Family of Robert Hooper, $845; Lauren Johnson, the Family of Robert Hooper, $812.50; Lauren Johnson, the Family of Robert Hooper, $850.50; Caroline Kilby, $997.50; Mark Holloway, Janet’s Cleaning Service, $792; Emily Wakefield, Joan Ryder and Associates, $617.50; Cassie Holloway, Joan Ryder and Associates, $771; Logan Miller, Joan Ryder and Associates, $610; and Tara Miller, Walter Johnson, 687.50.

Also, Cassie Holloway, Jones Junction, Bryan Kilby, $760.50; Sarah Driver, Kinsley Construction, $1,012; Corinne Miller, Bill Schilling, $681.20; Mary Cochran, Madonna Veterinary Clinic, $804; Emily Wakefield, Bob and Sandy Magness, $858; Nathan Holloway, MidAtlantic Farm Credit, $900; Ian Moore, MidAtlantic Farm Credit, $705; Hannah Archer, Moag and Company, $1,125; Nathan Holloway, Mt. Felix Farm, $1,048; Grace Forcey, Nelson Bus Company, $619.65; Ben Boniface, Ted Pibil, $1,307.25; Josie Dallam, Powl’s Feed Service Inc., $840; Holly Driver, Ruff’s Chance Farm, $937.50; Sarah Driver, Ruff’s Transportation, $744; Maggie Holloway, Saubel Markets, $851.50; Jonathan Stewart, Saubel Markets, $1,001.25; Olivia Huber, Saubel Markets, $786.50; Ellen Kefauver, Saxon’s Jewelers, $720; Ariel Taxdal, Michael Schneider, $640.75; Alisa Schaedel, B.E. Miller Septic Services, $867.75; Mary Cochran, Shadow Springs Farms, $551.25; Sara Forcey, The Mill of Bel Air, $607.50; Helen Boniface, The Mill of Bel Air, $675; Paul Johnson, The Mill of Bel Air, $738; and Ben Kefauver, The Mill of Bel Air, $642.60.

Also, Holly Miller, Andrew Thompson, $712.25; Henry Taxdal, Gene Umbarger, $819; Holly Miller, Upper Crossroads Baptist Church, $682; Rachel Wakefield, Beth Johnson, Walter G. Coale Inc., $1,060; Luke Schneider, Waste Industries, $897.05; Paul Sawyer, Waste Industries, $767; Megan Malkus, $609.75; Tommy Reeves, Howard Wolfe, $1,225; Zachary Winkler, Wooly Hill Farm, $595; Lydia Braun, Price Transportation, $325; Katie Malkus, John Jones, $642.25; Sam Ackerman, Bowman’s Butcher Shop, $747; Caroline Kilby, Comer Construction, $1,541; April Troyer, Four Corners Tax Service, $940; TJ Raab, Synagro, $981.75; Tommy Holmes, Joseph M. Woods, $1,130.05; Tommy Reeves, Troyer Farms LLC, $1,175; Luke Schneider, Mattes Seafood, $726; Elizabeth Driver, Chad Shrodes/Billy Boniface, $888.75; Jack Boniface, Harry and Martha Boniface, $1,062.60; and Kim Doran, Smart Energy Systems, $216.

Goats

Ned Maxwell, the Birch Family, $300; Cassie Daney, Scott Gibson, $425; Noah Sekowski, State Senator Barry Glassman, $551.25; Anne Maxwell, the Weeks Family, $200; Corey Adkins, Friends of Derek Hopkins, $400; and Travis Adkins, Smart Energy Systems, $250.

Rabbits

Megan Beichler, Upper Crossroads Baptist Church, $125; and Richie Goles, Joseph M. Woods, $200.

Market Bird

Lydia Braun, Senator Andy Harris, $130.


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