Sale Report is In: Pork Garners Top Prices

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.

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