Junior Fair Livestock Auction starts at 1 p.m. Saturday

Clinton Jones keeps his eyes on the judge, Dr. Aaron Cooper from Texas, during the Class A Market Beef Show at Ramona Junior Fair Friday morning. Photo/Maureen Robertson
Clinton Jones keeps his eyes on the judge, Dr. Aaron Cooper from Texas, during the Class A Market Beef Show at Ramona Junior Fair Friday morning. Photo/Maureen Robertson

Participants in the 41st Annual Ramona Junior Fair are hoping for high bids at Saturday’s livestock auction, which begins at 1 p.m. on the junior fairgrounds at 431 Aqua Lane.

Buyer check-in opens at 11 a.m., and the buyers’ dinner will be from 4 to 6 p.m.

Swine, rabbits, goats, chickens and sheep will be in the auction arena in the afternoon. The auction of special fed veal and beef is scheduled to start at 6 p.m.

An after auction will start after the livestock auction.

The junior fair will conclude Sunday with large animal round robin at 9 a.m., small animal round robin at 1 p.m., and awards and the closing ceremony at 6:30

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Casey Philley of Fallbrook 4-H hangs onto her animal during the Class A Market Beef Show. Sentinel photo/Maureen Robertson

p.m.

Move-out is Monday.

More information about the junior fair is online at ramonajuniorfair.com.

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Poway FFA’s Shelby Roberts gives her heifer, Walnut, a shower before showing her on Friday. Sentinel photo/Maureen Robertson
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A youngster shows her animal during the Bred & Fed Veal Show. Sentinel photo/Maureen Robertson
   
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