NDWS Classic Steer & Market Hog Auction Highlights (Video)

 

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The North Dakota Winter Show Classic Steer and Market Hog Auction was held at the Valley City Eagles Club last night.

Six steers and six market hogs were auctioned off. The base price for steers was 1.20 a pound.  Grant Lyons of Lisbon sold his 1148 pound steer to the Valley City Eagles Club for $1.78 a pound, total price $2641.52, a premium of $860.72.  Danny Galbreath of Enderlin sold a 1209 pound steer to Plains Grains & Agronomy for $1.90 a pound, total price $2297.10, a premium of $846.30.

The base price for hogs was .50 cents a pound. Lizzie Mcleod of Lisbon sold her 286 pound hog to Don Schlotman & Tory Hart for $3.45 a pound, total price $924.60, a premium of $790.60.  Dawson Steichen of Valley City sold a 297 pound hog to Columbia Grain for $2.80 a pound, total price $831.60, with a premium of $683.10.

Thanks to all the buyers: Valley City Eagles Club, Dick Nelson Sales & Leasing, Jeff Nathan, Don Schlotman, Tory Hart, Columbia Grain of Valley City, Svenningsen Family Farms, Elliot Stock Farms, Plains Grains & Agronomy, Quality Seed, and Ihry Insurance.

Thanks to all of our sponsors: Didier’s Ag Center, Valley Meat Supply, Valley City Vet Clinic, Dick Nelson Sales & Leasing, Bank Forward, Insure Forward, and AP Equipment Bobcat/McCormick.

Thanks to the Valley City Eagles Club for hosting the 2017 North Dakota Winter Show Classic Steer & Market Hog Auction.

Enjoy the entire auction once again by clicking on the video below. Thanks to Ingstad Family Media’s Dana Drevecky video streaming the auction.

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