Market swine brought in some of the highest prices paid per pound at the livestock show that ended this year's Sheridan County Fair.
Ron Kensey paid top price, $13.50 cents a pound for a pig sold by Jhett West. But several swine went under the gavel at $10 or more.
Other high points in the sale came when Dalton's RV paid $10.75 a pound for a lamb shown by Kayce Pierce. Sydni Bilyeu's reserve champion market goat went to First Northern Bank of Buffalo for a total $1,450.
In the market beef division, several buyers paid $5 a pound, but the highest per-pound price went to Jhett West. Wyoming Roofing paid $5.50. Justine Moore-Bradley had the highest-selling pen of chickens and the top-priced pen of rabbits. Evergreen Custom Haying paid $925 for the champion market chickens, and Powder River Veterinary Clinic bought the rabbits for $960.