Bids were flying high at the Auglaize County Fair Sheep sale Friday in Wapak.
Those on hand were throwing out their guesses on how high the top bid for the number one market winner would go....most guessing under two thousand dollars.
But it was all smiles as the bids kept coming and hit a final of 32 hundred dollars.
Grand champion owner, Austien Snapp admits he was getting fired up as the price kept getting higher...money that will help with future projects.
Snapp says he works about three months with the sheep, teaching them everything from how to lock in place for judging to getting used to a bridle.
He plans to buy another one this February and be back for next year's fair.