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NWSS Junior Livestock Auction supports youth education

The National Western's mission to preserve the western heritage through education was served well by the Auction of Junior Livestock Champions held Jan. 23 at the Beef Palace Auction Arena. Each exhibitor contributes 10 percent of their sale price to the National Western Scholarship Trust, which grants 74 scholarships to colleges and universities in Colorado and Wyoming for the next generation of agribusiness leaders and rural medical doctors.

Consistently one of the National Western Stock Show's most popular events, the Auction of Junior Livestock Champions finished with the same enthusiasm selling 98 head of steers, lambs, hogs and goats.

Results from the sale of this year's champions are as follows:

Grand Champion Steer: $50,000, exhibited by Ky Stierwalt, Leedey, Okla., purchased by Emil-Lene's Sirloin House. Reserve Grand Champion Steer: $32,000, exhibited by Stetson Copus, Burkburnett, Texas, purchased by Transwest Trucks, Inc.

Grand Champion Lamb: $25,000, exhibited by Kyra Stierwalt, Leedey, Okla. purchased by Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. Reserve Grand Champion Lamb: $14,000, exhibited by Charlcey Vinyard, Altus, Okla., purchased by Colorado Business Bank.

Grand Champion Hog: $16,000, exhibited by Chris Hofschulte, Wyandotte, Okla., purchased by the Grant Family. Reserve Grand Champion Hog: $11,000, exhibited by Logan Colbert, Dolores, Colo., purchased by John E. Cavey Company Inc. and ServiceStar Development Company.

Grand Champion Goat: $7,500, exhibited by Stormy Teichelman, Childress, Texas, purchased by Rocky Mountain Gamma Knife Center. Reserve Grand Champion Goat: $10,000, exhibited by Sierra Jade Martin, Mason, Texas, purchased by the Basey Family and Tennison Group.

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