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National Western Stock Show sets record for Jr. Livestock Auction

An all-time record total was achieved at last night's Jr. Livestock Auction at the National Western Stock Show. The previous high total was $592,707 which was set in 2006 for the 100th Anniversary of Stock Show. This year, 98 animals were sold for a record $611,200, nearly a $20,000 increase from the previous record.

The money invested supports the youth that raised the animal as they plan for their future needs for college education. In addition, a portion of the proceeds support the National Western Scholarship Trust, which funds scholarships in agriculture and rural medicine at colleges throughout Colorado and Wyoming. Last year, 74 students received funds to aid their education. The data from this year's Jr. Livestock Auction are below:

--Total bid dollars came to $611,200, smashing the previous total of $592,707.

--The grand champion steer sold for the second highest dollar amount of all time. Ames Construction, led by Butch Ames, invested $106,000, honoring the 106th National Western Stock Show.

--TransWest Truck and Trailer bought the reserve grand champion steer for $45,000, up from $33,000.

--The grand champion hog sold for $25,000 to Anadarko Petroleum, nearly double last year's total. The reserve champion hog was sold for $15,500 to Colorado Business Bank.

--The grand champion lamb went for $24,000 to Carter Energy Corporation. The reserve champion lamb went to Greenberg Traurig, LLC for $21,000.

--The grand champion goat went to the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce for $26,000 and the reserve champion goat went to Larry and Susan Hamil for $12,000.

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