Meet my Hampshire-Suffolk cross Brooke. I purchased her in April when she weighed less then 60 pounds. When I first started to work with her, she would throw a fit and refuse to walk on a lead. She would lay herself sprawled on the ground. I have spent many months working with her and walking her daily. I also had trouble at one point because she was not eating her food. I had to trouble shoot and figure out what the problem was. I figured out that she did not like the food. I had to look for a different food that she would like. It was a more expensive sweet feed that she really enjoyed. I had to mix the new food with the old food so that she didn't get sick. During that time, I was worried that she wouldn't make the daily rate of gain. Thankfully once I switched to the new food, she began gaining more weight and exceeded the rate of gain. Brooke has been raised with her buddy River. They walk daily together and get very grumpy if they can't see the other. I have learned that raising a market lamb isn't as easy as it looks. It takes a lot of time, energy, and troubleshooting.
SALE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
ALL ANIMALS SELL BY THE POUND!
General Bidding Increments are $.25/ lb. The auctioneer has the right to increase increments as the live auction allows.
COVID-19 DISCLAIMER: Anne Arundel County 4H/ FFA Livestock Committee encourages all to practice the state and local guidelines.
PREMIUM AUCTION DEFINITION: Registered bidders understand that a premium auction acts as a fundraiser for the student exhibitor. THE HIGH BIDDER DOES NOT PURCHASE THE RIGHTS OF LEASE OR OWNERSHIP TO THE PROJECT BEING OFFERED. The student exhibitor may keep the project or sell it to a market buyer through negotiated sale or separate auction. Premium sale buyers desire to financially assist student exhibitors ONLY. No transfer of lease or ownership is implied when a lot is designated as a “Premium Auction” Item. Premium sale prices are to be strictly considered a gift to the student exhibitor.
ADD ONS: Those desiring to assist individual exhibitors through financial donations may place “Add ons” on specific lots. These add on monies will be credited to the student exhibitor less applicable sale expenses. There is no transfer of lease or ownership implied to any lot by placing “add ons” on a lot. Add ons are to be strictly considered a gift to the student exhibitor.
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CONDITIONS: Any person placing bids on items in this auction agrees to these terms and conditions and understands that, by placing bids, they are entering into a binding contract between themselves and the consignor(s) and that they will be held financially responsible for their actions. Auctioneer serves only as an agent between for the seller but may not be held responsible for any livestock or merchandise. It is to be clearly understood that Auctioneer; StockShowAuctions.com and representatives act only as a means between buyer and seller, and may not be held liable, financially or otherwise, for any failure on the part of the same to fulfill any obligations set forth in this sale or for the truth of any warranties expressed or implied. This catalog of offering has been prepared by the auctioneer from information provided by the seller(s) and is assumed accurate as presented to us. Auctioneer in no way guarantees age, pedigree, or reproductive status of the animals selling. All agreements and adjustments made are between buyer and seller and should be done in writing.
CHECK OFF FEES: Seller and seller alone is responsible to remit any check-off type fees required by law. Seller assumes this responsibility and releases and will indemnify and defend Auctioneer and buyer(s) from seller’s failure to remit such payment to the appropriate agencies.
BIDDER SECURITY: As a Bidder, you are responsible for any bids placed by you or a designated representative under your bidding number and password. The security of your Bidder information is your sole responsibility and the Bidder will be responsible for any and all bids placed under the assigned number. If, at any time, you feel that your Bidder number and password have been compromised, due to lack of security on your part, you must notify Auctioneer immediately.
BID RETRACTIONS: There are no bid retractions. ALL BIDS ARE NON-CANCELLABLE ONCE SUBMITTED. Once a bid is made and confirmed, it cannot be retracted. When a bid is made you manifest your intent and ability to buy the lot at the bid price. A false or fraudulent bid may result in legal action. Any winning Bidder who refuses to purchase the lot may be banned from all future online auctions.
LOT REMOVAL: Despite efforts to avoid the withdrawal of lots from the online auction sale after they are listed, it may sometimes be necessary to do so; therefore, the consignor reserves the right to withdraw a lot at any time before or during the online auction sale ends without recourse from such from bidders.
AT YOUR OWN RISK: Auctioneer is not responsible for injury or accidents. All animals become property of the buyer at the conclusion of the auction. Consignors cannot be held responsible for the health or condition of animals after the conclusion of the auction.
Crownsville, Maryland 21032
Welcome to the 2022 Anne Arundel County 4H/FFA Livestock Auction. We have a superior lineup of steers, hogs, lambs, market goats and turkeys for sale. We are proud of our Anne Arundel County 4H and FFA members who have been working hard to raise quality meat to feed your family. These members have all taken training to learn how to best raise animals to quality standards. All youth members have signed a feed assurance documents indicating the animals have been fed high quality diets as well. This auction is the culmination of all their hard work and dedication.
Please preview the animals as our members have been working hard to prepare them for the fair. Consider coming out to watch them show.
Thursday night at 7 pm is the Market Goat Show followed by the Market Steer Show.
Friday at 7 pm in the Market Pig Show.
Saturday morning at 9 am is the Market Lamb Show.
Market Turkeys are Judged on Wednesday and the Champion and Reserve Champion lots will be posted Wednesday Evening.
When you prepare to Checkout after the Auction please wait for an invoice from the Auction to pay online.
We will send you our square Payment link with a fee of 3%.
If you choose to use StockShows payment link the fee is 3.9%