Another successful 4-H beef sale at Saskatoon Prairieland Park on Monday night.
There were 88 steers from nine different clubs in the sales ring with buyers making premium bids, as usual.
The Grand Champion Steer was exhibited by Shelby Evans of the Prime Cut 4-H Beef Club. Her steer fetched a top bid of $3.75 a pound from Pinnacle Builders RTM, Martensville Building and Nienhaus Contracting.
The Reserve Grand Champion Steer was exhibited by Tanner Lower of the Viscount 4-H Beef Club. The buyer was Neufeld Movers of Warman for $3.15 a pound.
CJWW Radio continued as a long-time supporter of 4-H by purchasing a steer from Madison Martin of the Carlton Trail 4-H Beef Club for $2.49 a pound.
The overall sales average was a robust $2.49 a pound.
The Grand and Reserve Grand Champion Market Sheep were also sold on Monday evening.
NSC Minerals of Saskatoon bought the Champion from Danielle Matonvich of the Catherwood Beef/Sheep Club for $1,100.
The Reserve Market Animal, exhibited by Caybri Letkeman of the Crown Hill Beef/Sheep Club, went for $1,300 to Saskatoon Agri-Auto Parts.