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Livestock auction, Monday at the Allen County Fair.

Twins Landon and Jeremy Ternet of New Haven bring their dairy beef steers to auction.

Time for the auction, Bus

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Jeremy Ternet waits with his market steer, Bus, before the livestock auction Monday at the Allen County Fair. Jeremy and his twin brother Landon, who also sold a steer, are 10-year veterans of 4-H and will be off to college in Ohio this fall.

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