4-H Livestock Auction August 7, 2014 26 FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppLinkedinReddItEmailPrintTumblr Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonZach DeVooght stands beside his Grand Champion Steer, which topped the scales at 1,342 pounds and was purchased by Citizens Bank. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonKeaton Smyth takes the title of Reserve Champion Steer with his animal. The steer was purchased by Jim McKinney. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonThe Grand Champion Swine, raised by Deann Schaaf, was purchased by The Springs Resort and Spa. The animal weighed 233 pounds. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonSouthern Colorado Livestock Action bought Mesa Lynch’s Reserve Champion Swine. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonCris Ray sold his 82-pound Grand Champion Goat to The Springs Resort and Spa. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonThe Reserve Champion Goat, raised by Paul Farrah, was bought by High Country Title. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonDEVO Capital is the proud owner of the Grand Champion Market Turkey, which was raised by 4-H participant Timothy Hittle. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonPagosa Land Company acquired the Reserve Champion Market Turkey, which was raised by Lamont Daniels. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonKeaton Smyth proudly displays his Grand Champion Lamb, which was bought by BS Ranch. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonMichelle Ray sold her Reserve Champion Lamb to Crossfire LLC. The animal weighted 117 pounds. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonTimothy Hittle smiles as his Grand Champion Market Chicken Pen is purchased by DEVO Capital and Pagosa Brewing. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonGavin Kiker’s Reserve Champion Market Chicken pen was sold to Regal Pines Real Estate. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonThe Grand Champion Market Rabbit Pen was awarded to Trevor Torrez and was sold to Cordova Farms. Photo courtesy Jeff LaydonPagosa Land Company purchased the cake at the 4-H Livestock Auction to benefit the livestock program.