Hi! My name is Brianna Argil and I am a junior at Lamar High School. I have been in FFA for two years of high school. I am currently the Sentinel of my FFA Chapter and last year I was a Greenhand officer. I started FFA with my pig named Penelope and she won grand champion. This year I am raising a pig and a goat, as well as rabbits. My pig is named Prada and she is a Yorkshire. I have been raising her since November. I have worked hard with a job that I have to pay for all my FFA projects on my own. When I graduate next year, I plan to go to Texas A&M to continue my studies as an exotic veterinarian. I hope you will support me and Prada in this auction and please consider to donate add-ons. We would greatly appreciate it.
**THIS IS A TERMINAL SALE. THE WINNING BIDDER IS RESPONSIBLE THE THE COST OF PROCESSING. PROCESSING IS PROVIDED BY JACKSON CUSTOM SLAUGHTER**
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PAYMENT PROCESSING: Lamar High School FFA Livestock Show & Auction will charge each buyer paying through the invoiced pay portal a fee of 3% to offset the cost of processing. By submitting bids or add-ons you as a buyer/contributor are authorizing and agreeing to this fee. Should you desire other arrangements you may contact the sanctioning body directly.
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We are not responsible for injury or accidents. All animals become property of the buyer at the conclusion of the auction. Sellers cannot be held responsible for the health or condition of animals after the conclusion of the auction. Brent R. Graves, Auctioneer is licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation (License #13507) and is covered by auction recovery fund.
HORSE RACE STYLE CLOSING FORMAT FOR THIS SALE! WHEN TIME EXPIRES, ALL LOTS ARE DECLARED SOLD!
ORIGINAL ENDING TIME: 8:00 PM EDT (7:00 PM CDT) WITH EXTENDED BIDDING TO FOLLOW! EXTENDED BIDDING WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THERE IS NO BIDDING FOR DETERMINED TIME DURING THIS PERIOD!
Extended Bidding means that the auction is not declared closed until there have been five minutes of inactivity on this sale. If there is any bidding during the inactivity period, the auction is extended until there is no bidding for five minutes during the inactivity period. You can always check the time remaining information that appears under each lot! REMEMBER TO CLICK ON REFRESH FOR UP-TO-DATE TIME REMAINING! For this sale, the extended bidding period is 5 minutes.
****Example 1: Auction closes at 8:00 PM. There is no bidding from 7:55 PM to 8:00 PM. All lots are declared closed and the sale ends at 8 PM.
****Example 2: Auction closes at 8:00 PM. There is a bid placed at 7:57 PM. Auction is extended by 5 minutes. No more bidding occurs. All lots are declared closed and the sale ends at 8:02 PM.
****Example 3: Auction closes at 8:00 PM. There is a bid placed at 7:57 PM. Auction is extended by 5 minutes until 8:02 PM. Another bid is placed at 8:01 PM. Another bid is placed at 8:05 PM. Another bid is placed at 8:08 PM. No more bids are placed. All lots are declared closed and the sale ends at 8:13 PM.
Maximum Bidding is a feature you may use during the duration of the auction. This feature allows you to place a private maximum bid that only you will know and allow the computer to bid on your behalf when another bidder places a bid on the same lot you are seeking.
ELIGIBILITY: Exhibitors are allowed to post their projects in the respective auction events for which they were entered to show. StockShowAuctions.com reserves the right to pull from the sale at anytime prior to auction closing any project that is entered in an auction and the validity of registration is in question. ANY CONSIGNOR/EXHIBITOR THAT CHANGES A PROJECTS SALE TYPE FROM TERMINAL TO PREMIUM WILL BE BANNED AND THE SANCYIONING BODY WILL BE INVOICED FOR THE PROJECT. Once a project is entered it cannot be taken down without the sanctioning body being invoiced.
SANCTIONED PREMIUM SALES: Lamar High School FFA Livestock & Auction has contracted with StockShowAuctions.com to provide a platform for the sale and thus sanctioned this sale by their rules and bylaws. By consigning projects to the sale each exhibitor agrees that the sanctioning body has authorized 5% of gross proceeds to be deducted from each exhibitor to pay for sale expenses.
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ANIMAL PROCESSING: Buyers are encouraged to contact the processor to determine cost and schedule of processing of animals purchased. Buyers will be responsible for paying processor directly and processor will transport animals from sale location to their facility for processing. Buyers may contact the processor at:
Jackson Custom Slaughter, 818 E Wallisville, Highlands, TX (281) 426-3815
Houston, Texas 77098