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Tri-State Boer sale a success
GREENSBURG, Ind. — Tri-State Boer Genetics held their spring production sale April 8 at the Decatur County Fairgrounds in Greensburg, Ind. The Boer goat sale had interest from people in 19 states with the sale pavilion packed.

Top quality animals from sale totaled more than $81,000 with the top selling doe, Lot 6, bringing $3,000 selling to Coleman Farms of Hamilton, Ohio and Lot 25 selling for $2,900 to the Corboy family of Sardinia, Ohio.

Several wethers sold for more than $500. Pit Kemmer was the auctioneer. Plans are being made for Tri-State Boer’s Sept. 23 fall sale.

This farm news was published in the April 26, 2006 issue of Farm World.

4/26/2006