The three other steers, ranging in weight from 1,030 to 1,260 pounds, sold for between $2,719.50 and $3,193.
The six steers brought $22,565 with an average of $3,760.83 per steer.
The six hogs brought $5,861 with an average of $976.83 per animal.
Brandon Ellis had the high selling hog. The 290-pound animal averaged $3.70 per pound and sold for $1,073 to First Southern National Bank.
Justin Powell had the second highest selling hog that also sold for $3.70 per pound. The 275-pound hog sold for $1,017.50 to Brent Woodrum.
Katie Ellis sold a 315-pound hog for $1,008 or $3.20 per pound, to First Southern National Bank.
Sixteen lambs sold for $9,657.20 for an average of $603.58.
C. Rowland had the highest selling lamb. The 121-pound lamb sold for an average of $6.60 per pound or $864.60 to Farm Credit.
The second highest selling lamb was sold by Gretta Gooch. The 147-pound animal brought $5.35 per pound and sold for $786.42 to Ag Credit.
A 137-pound lamb owned by Logan Goggin brought $5 per pound for a total of $685 and sold to Friends of Boyle County. He had the third highest selling lamb.
The other lambs sold for between $492 and $665 each.
Seventeen goats brought $8,742.80 for an average of $514.28 each.
Leslie Reynolds had the highest selling goat, which went for $742 to Landry Woodrum. The 106-pound goat averaged $7 per pound.
Justin Johnson had the second highest selling goat with a 118-pound animal that sold for $737.50 or $6.25 per pound. It was bought by Goat Producers.
While Taylor Graves' goat brought the highest average per pound, it came in third place. His 66-pound goat brought $660 or an average of $10 per pound and was bought by Garden Gate Boers.
The other goats, weighing between 57 and 118 pounds, sold for between $384.75 and $611 each.
All of the youths received an additional gift. Burkmann Feed, Greenline Implement and G&G Trailer Sales gave each one money.
A ribeye steak dinner was served to sellers and buyers at Farmers Tobacco Warehouse before the sale.