Now updated for 2022!
2022 SALE SCHEDULE
March 17 – Weaned Feeder Calf Sale
June 23 – Weaned Feeder Calf Sale
August 4 – Weaned Feeder Calf Sale
September 22 – Weaned Feeder Calf Sale
November 17 - Weaned Feeder Calf Sale
Calves must be CONSIGNED and have a sale ear tag in them prior to bringing them to the sale.
Make sure all vaccines are given according to BQA guidelines for both types of sales. Vaccines that are not handled properly or given to the calf correctly result in decreased efficacy and can cause problems for both the seller and buyer. If you have questions regarding how to properly give vaccines, contact us or your veterinarian.
Questions? Contact any of the following people.
Marcus Harward at 704-322-0840
Catherine Edwards at 704-550-7920
Bruce Shankle at 704-694-8686
Brooke Harward at 704-322-9770
Weaned Graded Feeder Calf Sales
Steers or heifer calves that are at least 400+ lbs. No bulls are allowed.
Steers must be properly castrated and healed.
Calves must not have horns - either be polled or properly dehorned and healed.
Producer must submit a completed and signed "Weaned Sale Health Record Form" on or before sale day.
Cattle must be vaccinated with at least two rounds of the vaccines between 21-90 days before the sale. There must be at least 21 days between each round of vaccine administered.
Two doses of a Respiratory Modified-Live Viral (MLV) vaccine for IBR-BVD-P13-BRSV
At least one dose of Mannheimia Haemolytica (Pasteurella), can be given with MLV vaccine. Must be given within 70 days of the sale.
Two doses of a Clostridial/Blackleg vaccine
At least one dose of Haemophilus Somnus, can be given with blackleg vaccine
At least one round of parasite control with a recognized dewormer
Implants are optional
Calves must be weaned for 60+ days. (The March sale will still be 45 days for this year only).
Calves must be tagged with a sale ear tag (yellow tag) at the farm prior to being delivered to the sale. We ask that all other tags including farm tags and fly tags be removed prior to unloading at the barn.
Heifers must be guaranteed open. $200/heifer will be charged to producers who have a heifer that comes up to be bred, provided there is appropriate documentation provided by the buyer.