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Wetzel County Ham, Bacon and Egg Sale

By Staff | Mar 24, 2021

Emily Basset exhibited the Grand Champion Ham bought by Horner Oil and Gas

The 53rd Annual 4-H and FFA Ham, Bacon and Egg Show was a little different this year. The virtual sale was held Friday, March 5th and ended Wednesday, March 10th.

The exhibits were raised by Wetzel county youth involved in 4-H and FFA throughout the county. The exhibits were judged on Wednesday, March 3rd and were open to public viewing on Thursday evening at the Lewis Wetzel Family Center.

The Grand Champion Ham was exhibited by Evan Watson of Hundred FFA. Weighing 24 pounds, it sold to Horner Oil and Gas for $1,010.

The Grand Champion Bacon, weighing 8 pounds, was exhibited by Emily Bassett of Pine Grove FFA. It sold for $1,010 to Horner Oil and Gas.

The Grand Champion Eggs were exhibited by Gavyn Tedrow of Magnolia FFA. They sold for $1,100, to Wetzel County Assessor Scott Lemley.

The Reserve Champion Ham was exhibited by Jacob Fisher of Pine Grove FFA. The 24-pound ham sold for $1,000 to MPLX.

The Reserve Champion Bacon was exhibited by Sommer Scyoc of Pine Grove FFA. The bacon weighed 7 pounds and was sold for $730 to J and T Paving.

The Reserve Champion Eggs were sold to Union Bank Inc. for $700. They were exhibited by Addie Tuttle of Hundred FFA.

The Scholarship Ham was donated by the Morris Family. It sold for $2,000 to the Wileyville Fire Department.

The Scholarship Bacon, donated by the Morris Family, was sold for $400 to Union Bank Inc

The Bob Coen Memorial scholarship jacket was donated by the Pine Grove FFA Alumni. Young Farm bought the scholarship jacket for $620.

Exhibitors for this year’s show were as follows: Addie Tuttle, Allison Hawkins, Angel Wilson, Aubrey Gump, Austin Burley, Austin Stillwagoner,

Autumn Smith, Ava Tuttle, Bayli Fluharty, Brianna Rhinehart, Callie Briggs, Cassara Cooley, Charity bates, Cheyanne Tedrow, Cody Leek, Cody Soles, Darsey Pittman, Donnie Sivert, Eli Midcap, Ella Haught, Emily Bassett, Emmalee Estep, Evan Watson, Garrett Fox, Gavyn Tedrow, Grace Beito, Griffin Wells, Gunner Stillwagoner, Hannah Cumberlidge, Iliza White, Jacob Fisher, Jacob Kuhn, Janna Huggins, Jared young, Jayden Ray, Kadyn Fluharty, Kaleb Starkey, Karisa Postlethwait, Kasey Barker, Kayla Matthews, Leah Dean, Leah Delaney, Lidia Midcap, Logan Bassett, Lydia Adams, Mackenzie Burley, Macy Haddox, Madyson, Barnette, Makayla Cumberledge, Matthew Fordyce, Megan Beito, Rachel Bates, Russell Vancamp, Sharon Gump, Shelby White,, Sommer Scyoc, Tessa Dulaney, Tommy Shannon, Whitney Brown and Whitney Gump.

Buyers and donors were as follows: A and A Supply LLC, Ace Home Center, Ammons Middle Island Meadows, Anderson Excavating LLC, Antero Midstream, BHE Eastern Gas Transmission and Storage, Bill Seaman LLC, Billy and Sierra Lemley, Brian Castilow-Wetzel County Board of Education, Briar Hill Stock Farm, Briggs and Sons Farm, Cold Wave Refrigeration, Dons Mobile Tax Service, First Exchange Bank, Gumps Septic and Porta John Service, Hannah and Rebekah Morris,

Hayhurst Law PLLC, Henderson Club Lambs, Hendersons Farms, Herndon Morton Herndon and Yaeger, Herrick Physical Therapy Services, HF Gas, Horner Oil and Gas, Hundred Farm Supply, Hundred Insurance, J and T Paving, Jarvis-Williams Funeral Homes, Joseph Barker, Josh Whiteman, Knob Fork Labradors, Lemley Graphics, Lily Lane Farm, Litman Excavating, Logan Hassig, Lumberjacks Parents, Masons Depot and Filling Station, McDonalds, Mike Koontz, Mountain Valley Veterinary Clinic, MPLX, New Way Excavating, Nick Beaver, Otis Eastern Service, Par Mar Stores, Paul Fox, Randy Ash, RB Jergens, Riesbecks, Riggenbach Tile, Scott Lemley Wetzel County Assessor, Simon’s Market and Steve and Donna Lynch.