The Tennessee Sheep Producers Association held their annual Premier Sheep Sale back in it's original location of Lebanon, Tennessee. The judging contest was reinstated this year, and was a great success bringing out many junior exhibitors. Winners in the judging contest received sale credits to be used in the Premier Sale.
 
 46 lots of both market and breeding sheep were offered to sheep producers and junior exhibitors by consignors from Tennessee and Kentucky. The Best Consignment Award in Breeding Sheep was extended to A&A Club Lambs of Crossville, and the Best Consignment Award in Market Lambs was presented to French Club Lambs of Sharpsburg, Kentucky. Lambs sold to three states including: Tennessee, Kentucky, and Oklahoma.
 
 Top Selling Lots included:
 Lot 6 Market Lamb consigned by French Club Lambs, KY and sold to Jeff Emmerling of Kentucky. Price $370.00
 Lot 18 Market Lamb consigned by Fryman Farms, KY and sold to Justin Rice of Tennessee. Price: $325.00
 Lot 27 Market Lamb consigned by A&A Club Lambs, TN and sold to Michelle Tuttle of Tennessee. Price: $325.00
 Lot 20 Market Lamb consigned by Fryman Farms, KY and sold to James Belcher of Tennessee. Price: $280.00
 Lot 28 Market Lamb consigned by A&A Club Lambs, TN and sold to Paul Pope of Tennessee. Price $270.00

Thanks for our sponsors of the Judging Contest!
ADM, Tennessee Farmer's Co-op,
Tennessee Livestock Producers,
University of TN Cooperative Extension

   

Junior Judging Winners

Senior Judging Winners
   

Best Consignment of Breeding Sheep:
A&A Club Lambs, TN

Best Consignment of Market Lambs:
French Club Lambs, KY