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Goliad County Fair and Rodeo sales exceed $150K

By JR Ortega
March 28, 2010 at 5 a.m.
Updated March 27, 2010 at 10:28 p.m.


Sales from the Goliad County Fair and P.R.C.A. Rodeo totaled $2,000 more than last year's figures.

This year, sales were $152,749.

Rain and a cold front worried Brian Yanta, a county extension agent, about how the well the bidding would go, he said.

"We're very fortunate that it went as well as it did," he said. "We started the sale about 30 minutes later hoping the weather might've delayed them a little."

With the down economy, Yanta views the sales increase as a sign of a stronger economic future, he said.

In other sales:

Cody Daniel's grand champion steer helped pave the way with a $12,500 sale. Buyers were Ag Med, Nixon Beeville Livestock, B Bar D Ranch, Atzenhoffer Cheverolet, Law Office of Brent Dornburg, Bob & Bridgette Gayle, Reitz Liquid Feed, The Wild Bunch, Buddy Zavesky, Betty Bauer, Wexford Cattle Co., & Judge Harold Gleinser.

Kelli Miller's reserved champion steer sold for $5,600. Buyers were Atzenhoffer Cheverolet, Nixon Beeville Livestock, T Marks Custom Baling, T M Ag Service, Ag Med, Dierlam Feed, B Bar D Ranch New First Bank, Hoff Angus, & Law Office Of Brent Dornburg.

Blain Shelton's grand champion turkey sold for $6,000. Buyers were S & K Electrical Contracting, New First Bank, Trailhead Cowboy Church, The Wild Bunch, Jorgies Pizzeria, Buddy Zavesky, & Coleto Creek Power.

Makayla Bonner's reserved champion turkey sold for $5,999.99. Buyers were Bar R Bar Cattle Guard, Young Guns, Wexford Cattle, Richard & Kathy Ball, Ag Med, SIG Goliad Insurance, The Wild Bunch, & Farm Industrial.

Cayla Hahn's grand champion broiler sold for $2,500. Buyers were Farm Industrial, The Wild Bunch, S & K Electrical Contracting, Young Guns, Buckin Buyers, Gayle Girls, Esenjay Petroleum, & Buckin Buyers.

Kristina Brandes reserved champion broilers sold 2,499.99. Buyers were HEB, Coleto Creek Power, The Wild Bunch & New First Bank.

Shelby Foster's grand champion rabbits sold for $5,500. Buyers were New First Bank, Atzenhoffer Cheverolet, Young Guns, Jack & Leslie Crews, Ag Med, The Wild Bunch, & Derek & Susan Foster.

Hayden Reitz's reserved champion rabbits sold for $5,499.99. Buyers were B Bar D Ranch, Nixon Beeville Livestock, T M Ag Service, Atzenhoffer Cheverolet, Betty Bauer, Law Offices of Brent Dornburg, Jack & Leslie Crews, Jeff & Mary Claire Speed,Esenjay Petroleum, & American Bank.

Beth Henning's grand champion swine sold for $5,999.99. Buyers were T M Ag Service, Ag Med, Atzenhoffer, Nixon Beeville Livestock, B Bar D Ranch, American Bank, Farm Industrial, Esenjay Petroleum, N A Livestock, Sheriff Kirby Brumby, Gritz Towers.

Josh Henning's reserved champion swine sold for $5,999.99 Buyers were N A Livestock Services, Sheriff Kirby Brumby, Jack & Leslie Crews, Hoff Girls, New First Bank, The Wild Bunch, Young Guns, Wexford Hunting, Coleto Creek Power, & Law Office of Brent Dornburg.

Jadan Butler's grand champion lamb sold for $6,000.00. Buyers were B Bar D Ranch, Ag Med, Wexford Cattle, T M Ag Services, Nixon Beeville Livestock, Young Guns, Atzenhoffer Cheverolet, Karnei Ranch, T Marks Custom Baling, American Bank, Law Office of Brent Dornburg, & Buck & Vera Butler.

Dalton Dorburg's reserved lambs sold for $4,850. Buyers were Farm Industrial, Ag Med, Gritz Towers, American Bank, Nixon Beeville Livestock, B Bar D Ranch, New First Bank, Atzenhoffer Cheverolet, Coleto Creek Power, Tri Fly, Shirley Gold, Lou Fly.

Jadan Butler's grand champion goat sold for $5,000. Buyers were Karnei Ranch, New First Bank, Richard & Kathy Ball, Atzenhoffer Cheverolet, Nixon Beeville Livestock, T Marks Custom Baling, Gary & Lana Jarzombek, Ag Med, Jack & Leslie Crews, W Y Cattle, Wexford Cattle, & Buck & Vera Butler.

Tallis Butler's reserved champion goat sold for $4,999.99. Buyers were McDonal Bar 6, Garcia Cattle Company, B Bar D Ranch, Atzenhoffer Cheverolet, Karnei Ranch, Ag Med, T M Ag Service, Goliad Auto Service & Auto Parts, Buck & Vera Butler, Farm Industrial, Wexford Cattle, & The Wimberly Boys.

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