Clermont County Township Association

Clermont County, Ohio

2012 Junior Fair Livestock
The Clermont County Township Association supports the Junior Fair by participating in the livestock sale.  
2012 Lamb shown by Kolbie Brandenburg purchased by the Clermont County Township Association.  2012 Lamb shown by Alex Simmerman purchased by the Clermont County Township Association. 
2012 Market Steer shown by Lindsey Bicknell from New Generation Livestock, Bethel purchased by the Clermont County Township Association.  The steer weighed 1175 pounds and sold for $1.65 per pound for a total sale price of $1,938.75. The 2012 Feeder Steer above was raised by Devon Christensen, member of Rump Roast Riders, Felicity.  It weighed 383 pounds and sold for $1.75 per pound for a total sale price of $670.25.  The Feeder Steer was purchased by the Township Association with the winner of the raffle Clinton Liming in photo above.  (see story below). 

During the Feeder Steer sale the Township Association purchased a Feeder Steer.  At the end of the sale, the Township Association raffled off this feeder steer to a 4H or FFA member from Clermont County under the condition that he/she show it at the fair next year in the Market Steer Category.  The winner of the raffle was Clinton Liming from the Ultimate 4-H'ers pictured above right with the feeder steer.  Clinton Liming is 14 years old and entering 9th grade at Felicity-Franklin High School.  He has been showing in 4-H and in the Clermont County Fair for 6 years now.  He shows beef and hogs.  His parents are Mark and Tricia Liming and he has a younger brother Brett who also is in 4-H.

Last years raffle winner, Kelsee Lee, from the New Generation Livestock Club, Hamersville, received her steer when it weighed 454 pounds.   When she showed it this year, it weighed 1188 pounds and was 5th overall and was first in rate of gain. 

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