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PLEASE CONSIDER SUPPORTING OUR YOUTH BY
BECOMING AN AUCTION BUYER THIS YEAR
2021 Auction Buyers
Exhibitors have to find and purchase a market show animal. Market Show animals and the feed purchased is expensive. They are responsible for feeding, caring and exercising the animal to fit for show. A lot of time and money goes into each one of these animals and many purchase more than one animal. Erath Co Junior Livestock Show rules only allow one animal per exhibitor to be sold in the premium sale. The project, which typically involves the family or assistance, promotes individual character, morals and teaches responsibility. The Premium money from the sale goes to pay offset costs of the animal and feed. Exhibitors will save the extra money to help pay for college. This program does not offer scholarships. The exhibitors keep the animal from the Premium Sale, and many take the animal on to compete in the Texas major shows.
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BECOME A BUYER
Saturday, January 9th, 2021 at 6:00 pm
for the Sale of Champions.
Can't make it to the sale and still want to support local youth? Complete an add on form and send it with a check made out to ECLA to:
Attn: Erath Jr. Livestock Show
PO Box 568
Stephenville, TX 76401
Exhibitors find and purchase a high-quality replacement heifer to be sold at the Erath Co Junior Livestock show. These high-quality dairy heifers will fit any dairy production facility. The exhibitor is responsible for not only feeding and maintaining the heifer, but they also have to train it to lead and show in the ring. Erath Co Junior Livestock Show rules only allow one animal per exhibitor to be sold in the premium sale. The project, which typically involves the family or assistance, promotes individual character, morals and teaches responsibility. Money from the sale goes to pay for the animal and the costs in raising that animal. Dairy heifers over 2 yrs. of age must be pregnant and all must have sound udders. At the Dairy Sale, the buyer has the option of keeping the dairy heifer or they can return it back to the exhibitor.