Fair turkey sale


Colton Pleiman, 12, of Botkins, son of Jeremy and Lynn Pleiman, a member of Botkins Livestock, sells his reserve grand champion turkey at the Shelby County Fair on Saturday, July 27. The turkey sold for $550 and was purchased by 11 buyers.

Colton Pleiman, 12, of Botkins, son of Jeremy and Lynn Pleiman, a member of Botkins Livestock, sells his reserve grand champion turkey at the Shelby County Fair on Saturday, July 27. The turkey sold for $550 and was purchased by 11 buyers.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Maya Oduro, 9, of Piqua, daughter of Tracy and Charles Oduro, a member of Scissors to Sheep, sold her Grand Champion Turkey for $475 Saturday, July 27, to seven buyers. Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart was representing the Inn Between on the purchase.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Colton Pleiman, 12, of Botkins, son of Jeremy and Lynn Pleiman, a member of Botkins Livestock, sells his reserve grand champion turkey at the Shelby County Fair on Saturday, July 27. The turkey sold for $550 and was purchased by 11 buyers.

Maya Oduro, 9, of Piqua, daughter of Tracy and Charles Oduro, a member of Scissors to Sheep, sold her Grand Champion Turkey for $475 Saturday, July 27, to seven buyers. Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart was representing the Inn Between on the purchase.

Colton Pleiman, 12, of Botkins, son of Jeremy and Lynn Pleiman, a member of Botkins Livestock, sells his reserve grand champion turkey at the Shelby County Fair on Saturday, July 27. The turkey sold for $550 and was purchased by 11 buyers.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_DSC_2594-1.jpgColton Pleiman, 12, of Botkins, son of Jeremy and Lynn Pleiman, a member of Botkins Livestock, sells his reserve grand champion turkey at the Shelby County Fair on Saturday, July 27. The turkey sold for $550 and was purchased by 11 buyers. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Maya Oduro, 9, of Piqua, daughter of Tracy and Charles Oduro, a member of Scissors to Sheep, sold her Grand Champion Turkey for $475 Saturday, July 27, to seven buyers. Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart was representing the Inn Between on the purchase.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_SDN073019TurkeySale-1.jpgMaya Oduro, 9, of Piqua, daughter of Tracy and Charles Oduro, a member of Scissors to Sheep, sold her Grand Champion Turkey for $475 Saturday, July 27, to seven buyers. Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart was representing the Inn Between on the purchase. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News