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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 7B On behalf of Safeway Stores, Don Dunham and Josh Peters paid $5.50 a pound for Tyler Davis' porky 282-pound grand champion hog at this year's livestock auction, Aug. 12. They donated the animal back for resale to benefit the Clayton F. Neer Memorial Fund. Einen and Rhonda Grandi paid $5 per pound in the second sale. Davis represents the Loyalton Future Farmers of America. Sierra Pacific Industries Quincy manager Chris Skinner paid $10.15 per pound for Loyalton Future Farmers of America member Noah Vaglivielo's 83-pound grand champion goat. He was also the FFA showmanship winner. AUCTION, from page 6B to Safeway Stores for $5.50 Valley 4-H, sold the reserve per pound. They donated the grand champion hog, all 275 animal back to be resold in pounds, for $4.85 a pound. grand champion steer to Mey- the auction to benefit the Roberti Ranch also bought ers Construction for $3.75 per Clayton Neer Foundation. the grand champion lamb pound. Einen and Rhonda Grandi from Angelina Folchi of the The porky 282-pound grand paid $5 per pound in the sec- Sierra Valley 4-H. The 134- champion hog raised by Loy- ond sale. pound sheep sold for $8 a alton 4-H'er Tyler Davis went Cody Morris@n, American pound. Rachel Wehrman, Las $12 per pound for Las Other showmanship win- Plumas 4-H, sold her reserve Plumas 4-H'er Vanessa hers were Katie Roberti, grand champ 130-pound lamb Valle's 24-pound grand Noah Vaglivielo, Angelina to Sierra Valley Feed for $6 a champion turkey. Kylie Folchi, Josh Greene, West- pound. McGee's 25-pound reserve on Meyers, also a rate-of- The 83-pound grand grand champ turkey went to gain and round robin show- champion goat, raised by Payne Ranches for $12.50 per manship winner, Madison Noah Vaglivielo from Loy-pound. Hood, Chyanne Morris@n, alton 4-H, went to Sierra Sarah Frazier, Morgan Pacific Industries for $10.15 Award winners Bowling, who also won the a pound. Bred-and-fed winners wereFFA round robin showman- Turtle Vaglivielo's reserve Walker Meyers, Brianne ship award, as did Lindsey champ 82-pound goat sold for Farnworth-Turner, also a Jenson. $6 a pound to buyer Plumas showmanship winner, and Rate-of-gain honors also Sanitation. Louise Lyson, another show- went to Cody Morrison and Rancho Motor Cycle paid manship winner. Andrew Kielak. Builds Premium Performance That Produces Quality Results llainsaw 24, 28, or 32" bar (Your choice) Model XP365 Modeh XP365 Lowweight and high power combined with a rugged engine, making this saw exceptionally versatile in the most demanding conditions. * FINANCING AVAILABLE! Rusty Warren's 283-2226 507 Bell Lane, Quincy Open Mon.-Sat. 9am - 6pro Angelina Folchi sold her 134-pound grand champion sheep Sunday morning, Aug. 12, for $8 a Take me h0rne pound to Roberti Ranch. Carolyn Roberti and her son, Weston, are pictured with Angelina, who was also the Senior Sheep Showmanship winner. Photos by Castle Photography Fences. a link from the wildland to your home Wood fences can connect the wildand fuels to you house if it connects directly to your house These fences Q~@ - Oleo greatly increase the house's potential to ignite, providing a convenient pathway for wildfires to reach homes. IV Fire researchers have observed that weeds growing along the bottom of fences or collected debris when ]e~0 O~0 combined with combustible fencing materials become a fuel source that can act as a wick to carry fire directly to the house. " ~ ] O~O O~@] What you can do now: " " D n't st re firew d r thee c mbustible materials uP against tlae fence' ~!~ 1~0 t~e [ Regularly remove debris and dead vegetation at the bottom of the fence. ~ [ ~' Team Chihuahua just left the movies And), & Bear took their names from ~ [ Remove all dead weeds on both sides of the fence for at least 6 feet [~~.~ [ O~@ after seeing 'Lady & The Tramp'. They're Team Chihuahua when they weren't@~0] Create a non-combustible fence section (or gate) for at least 5 feet next to [~!~ [ tV gonna stick with Doritos & Salsa. These looking. Neutered males about 4 months ~ ] the house. [~il I O" ladies are very friendly and cute.old and so@o@ playful too.-@@ I If wildfire threatens and you have a combustible gate next to the ~~ [Q~@ . m~ ] house, tie your gate open so it doesn t touch the house. ~3~'~:= . [ A trellis touching or close to the house or covering decks can have ] Shelter hours are Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8am-5pm, closed 1-2pro for lunch and [ I OOO- closed weekends Plumas Anima Serv ces charges a $10 fee and license fees are $5 per year ~@@.~ I ' a similar risk if it is made of a combustible material or covered with 1, the event@f, wilatire, woo*, fences ~ I combustible ve"etation attached to the house can easily carry fire 7 An officer wlll deliver a pet to the adopting pafly's veterinary of choice to have the animal m= I ~" like a wick to the house I altered in completion of the adoption requirement. For more information, call 283-3673 or visit ~ 00@,~ countyofplumas com or peffinders corn It. , o.o o o. ,o . o o ,I '.I o. Your Local Full Service For more information on protecting your home from wildfire contact the Ii t Nut na pi !! !rile Plumas Firesafe Council or your local fire department. On the web: or ] This message brought to you by the Plumas County Fire Chief's Association ss)