My name is Julia Fry, I live in Acampo, California, and I currently attend Lodi High School as a Junior. I am in the Lodi High FFA program, and this will be my fourth year raising a market swine animal. I am currently in the agriculture class, floriculture at Lodi high. I am 17 years old, and I would like to further my practice of responsibility and learning how to raise and make a profit from an animal and build these skills to help me in the future as I wish to attend a four year college in Texas in my future.
Here are a few things you should know about me. I am very dedicated to school. I maintain above a 4.0 GPA. I compete in year-round competitive riding where I am constantly learning life skills and so much more about horses. I started riding horses when I was about 3 years old, and I am now a part of the West Coast Reining Horse Association (WCRHA) as a youth rider. I started rening (which is a type of competition in riding horses) in 2016 with Hanson Performance Horses, and I plan to continue this in my future. I have shown in many places throughout the United states such as Idaho and Oklahoma.. The horse I currently have is 4 years old so it is always a learning experience. I participate in many of the youth meetings, fundraisers, and many other events held by the youth members for West Coast Reining Horse Association. I am very passionate about horses and riding, because it has been around me my whole life.
Recently I have taken upon a job to better my experience within the community and around animals. I started working for a close friend of my mom’s in September. I clean stalls, fill up waters, tidy the barn, and make sure all the horses are fed at my bosses barn in Acampo. I provide my bss with any assistance she asks for like how I accompany her when she rides her 3 year old warmblood by riding one of her ranch horses. It is a great experience working and understanding the value of money plus I am helping make someone else’s life easier.
This year I am raising a Yorkshire sow as my SAE project for Lodi FFA. I purchased her from Paul Fernandez, a breeder out of Ceres, CA, on February 6 of this year. She was born in December of 2020. I named my pig Blueberry, because of her unique light blue eyes. She is very friendly, and loves to root in the soil when I work with her around the yard for showmanship. SShe has a very straight and muscular back with a great ham, and I work with her on a weekly basis to keep her muscles defined. She has been gaining about one pound per day and should weigh about 265 pounds by Agfest. Raising Blueberry has been an exciting, challenging and big learning experience for me, due to pigs intelligence level being so high. I have learned to be much more responsible and patient as these animals do test your patience.
This year AGfest is split into different days when the animals are shown and sold based on species due to Covid regulations. The San Joaquin County Agfest will be held for showing market and showmanship for three days in the swine unit. The San Joaquin County Fair has made the decision to allow the sale to be live/simulcast auction meaning you will be able to attend the sale on June 19th to purchase an animal or participate remotely. For more information and updates about the sale it will be posted on the Agfest website. Another way to support me through this experience without purchasing my animal is by sending an add-on to help cover my costs from my FFA project this year. This is like a donation towards me if you are not interested in purchasing my SAE project. If you have any questions or interests in my market swine you can contact me at my email or phone number.
|Phillip Brumley Consulting||$250.00|
|F&M Bank - Lodi||$50.00|
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San Joaquin AgFest Junior Show and Auction provides the young people in our county's 4-H and FFA programs the opportunity to be actively engaged in the agriculture industry. It is an extension of a decades-old agriculture tradition that teaches our young people true lesson in time and capital investments. Like so many others fairs and shows, we've had to rethink our annual program when Covid-19 started, and this year again we are thinking outside the box and will have a LIVE/SIMULCAST sale for our exhibitors. It is with this sale that we continue the tradition and honor our young people and the investments they have made in their market animal, dairy replacement heifer, and ag mechanics projects. We extend our sincerest gratitude to each and every buyer and donor for their participation and support!
This will be unique as we will have 3 platforms for the Auction. All auctions will be live time - with the Exhibitors selling their animals at the Stockton Fairgrounds and simulcast through Stock Show Auctions in real time.
The Dairy Replacement Sale will take place on Saturday, June 12th at 7:00 pm
The Beef, Sheep, Goats, Ag Mechanics, Rabbits and Turkeys in that order will be on Saturday, June 19th starting at 9:00 am
The Swine Sale will take place on Saturday, June 19th starting at 9:30 am and will run until the completion of the sale.
You are currently in the SWINE AUCTION
Swine will sell by the pound - Buyers have the option of choosing Custom or Resale
Custom - the buyer will pay the sale price of the animal with additional costs for harvesting the animal. Cut and wrap charges will apply and those fees paid directly to the Cut & Wrap House.
Resale - the buyer will pay the difference between the Market Value price per lb of the winning bid price per lb.
Buyers will be asked upon being the winning bid -to choose Custom or Resale - and where the locker house they would like it processed at- after they are determined the winning bidder at the time of sale.
BEEF: $220.00 PER HEAD GOATS $ 59.00 SHEEP $56.00 SWINE $45.00 TURKEYS $15.00 MEAT PENS $5.00 EACH RABBITS $7.50 EACH
CUT & WRAP
AUSTIN MEAT SERVICE - RIPON 559-4988
Beef & Hogs $1.25 .b Smoke/Cured $1.55 lb Lamb/Goat $150.00 each Sausage & Seasoning $15 per flavor Links $4.75 lb
DAVES MEAT SERVICE - MODESTO 527-2861
Beef & Hogs $1.25 lb Smoke/Cured $1.45 lb Lambs $125.00 each Goats $105.00 each
THE MEAT SHOP - JACKSON 268-8726
Beef $1.35 lb Hogs $250.00 flat rate for cut & wrap; Smoke/Cured $1.50 lb Sausage bulk $1.75 lb Fresh Link Sausage $4.99-5.99 Lamb/Goat $150.00 each
SANDERS MEAT SHOP - TURLOCK 634-7525
Beef & Hogs $1.00 lb for standard cut & wrap into butcher papfer and based on hanging weight. If vacuum packing add $1.15 lb Smoke/Cured $1.25 lb Link Sausage $3.99 lb finished weight; Smoke/Cured $1.05 lb
Sanders will use this STANDARD CUT & WRAP for Species as noted:
~T-Bone, Rib, Top Sirloin & Sirloin Tip steaks are all 3/4” thick 2 and 1 per package ~Arm, Chuck and Rump roasts are all 3-4lbs each~6-8 packages of both Soup Bones & Stew Meat~Short Ribs are cut to cook in the oven or crock pot
~Round Steaks are sliced thin for Carne Asada ~Flank & Skirt steaks are not tenderized ~Tri- tips not seasoned ~Briskets whole and trimmed ~Ground beef is all put in 1lb packages
~Loins are cut into chops 5/8” thick wrapped 4 per package ~Pork Shoulders are cut half into 5/8” steaks 2 per pack, other half in 3-4lb roasts ~Bacons are cured and smoked, sliced a medium thickness
~Hams are cured and smoked with the centers sliced for breakfast steaks, and ends made into 3-4lb roasts
~Spareribs are saved ~Sausage is a breakfast medium flavor in 1lb packages
LAMBS (Goats similar)
~Legs are kept whole ~Loin chops are 1” thick wrapped 4 per package ~Shoulders are cut into chops 3/4” thick wrapped 2 per package ~Breast of Lamb is saved ~Shanks are saved
~All trimmings are all made into ground lamb in 1lb packages.
If you are not interested in buying an animal, please consider the add-on option.