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4S Goat Expo held

Nebraska


CHAMPION BUCK--The Grand Champion buck was shown by Jim Donaldson (left), who is pictured here with Judge Kenneth Andries, Kentucky State University. (Courtesy photo.)

The 4S Goat Expo has 89 people in attendance at Lincoln County Fairgrounds in North Platte.

Grand Champion Buck went to Jim and Coleen Donaldson of Broadwater, Neb., on DKDuckman7. The buck sold for $600 and was the second highest selling animal at the Expo.

The Grand Champion Doe went to Jim and Coleen Donaldson of Broadwater, Neb. on DKizzy26. The doe sold for $700 and was the highest selling animal at the Expo.

The Reserve Grand Champion Buck went to Jim and Linette Corfield from Arnold, Neb., on Red Hot Norisk. The buck sold for $580 and was the third highest selling animal in the sale.

The Reserve Champion Doe went to Kristi Traffas from Kensington, Kan., on SLG552. The doe sold for $225.

The average selling price for bucks was $357.14 on seven lots and does was $199.69 on 32 lots.

Thanks to our sponsors: Orscheln Farm & Home, Tractor Supply Co., Town and Country Western Wear, Pipestone Vet Supply, Kimber Davies Chaffhaye Company, Mel and Doris Uphoff, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, North Platte/Lincoln County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Wendell Brott Gothenburg Livestock, Alan and Laura Wickham of Silver Creek Apiaries, Menards, Cody and Ruth McCain's Jam and Jellies.

Date: 11/5/2012



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