Hello my name is Noah but I go by Dewey! I would like to introduce you to my pig Zues! I have learned a lot the last few months with Zues. I realize that pigs are very smart and I actually taught my pig how to sit and jump for a marshmallow. I spent many hours at the barn dedicating a lot of time to him. I spent on average 2 hours each morning and evening. I brushed him and cleaned his pen and tried my best to walk him daily and prepare him for our virtual market. With all the time spent at the barn I really feel that Zeus has taught me so much and I hope to raise more pigs during my highschool years.
Please feel free to view my photos and my video in my lot account of mine and Zues's journey together.
|Soares Family Land and Livestock
|Seco Packing II, LLC
|Nancy & Glenn Blohm and Jones
|Santa Maria Seeds
Buyer will pay the processing fee for custom purchases. Resale price will be determined by weight on September 27 for Beef, Sheep and Goats and September 29 for Hogs and the current market price on those days. Custom processing requests must be finalized by the close of the sale. Add on donations will close at 5:00pm Monday September 28th.
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Tres Pinos, California 95075
The San Benito County Fair Junior Livestock Auction is the culmination of a long summer spent raising the best quality food for your purchase. Through these projects, exhibitors learn many lifelong skills in budgeting for purchase of their animal, feed, supplies and veterinary care. They spend many hours caring for and feeding their animal to keep it growing efficiently and they raise it in a healthy, clean and safe environment. The Auction, as in any production Agriculture program, is the time to bring the best product to market. Each of these exhibitors took a chance in very trying times and dedicated their summer to learning and raising livestock to provide a safe, nutritious food product to consumers. We are proud of them and wish them success in the sale of their project and know that they represent the Animal Agriculture industry well. We are grateful to you, our buyers, for your continued support of the youth in our community in a difficult year and we appreciate your flexibility in changing to a format that is new to most of us. Thank you and we hope you have a fun successful sale and fill your freezer with quality meat.