Auction time

Bidders bid on the reserve champion carcass hog, exhibited by Colin Schomburg with Sandy Hill 4-H. The carcass hog sold for $2,750 to Brannon Industrial Group.

After an abnormal week of events at the 152nd Washington County Fair, exhibitors had their time to auction off animals during the junior livestock auction (JLA).

The auction had a total of 260 lots and was held in-person and live-stream on Friday due to the ongoing pandemic. 125 tables were spaced out at Silver Wings Ballroom, ready for sellers to participate in the event while Cattle in Motion allowed people to place bids and watch the sale online.

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