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Livestock show auction sets records over the years

Feb. 23, 2013 at 5 p.m.
Updated Feb. 22, 2013 at 8:23 p.m.


As the Victoria Livestock Show moves forward and that ever-important auction day draws nearer, ever wonder just how much participants might earn?

Here's a look at the show's record sale prices:



Grand champion:

Steer: $18,000 (2004)

Hog: $11,000 (2007)

Lamb: $13,000 (2011)

Broilers: $6,500 (2007)

Rabbits: $4,500 (2008)

Goat: $6,000 (2005 and 2012)

Carcass steer: $11,000 (2010)

Carcass hog: $6,000 (2006)

Carcass lamb: $8,000 (2007)



Reserve grand champion:

Steer: $11,000 (2010)

Hog: $7,500 (2005)

Lamb: $8,000 (2007)

Broilers: $5,500 (2004)

Rabbits: $6,000 (2005)

Goat: $10,500 (2011)

Carcass steer: $10,000 (2012)

Carcass hog: $7,000 (2005 and 2009)

Carcass lamb: $7,000 (2005)

Source: Victoria Livestock Show auction forms

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