BALTIMORE COUNTY 4-H LIVESTOCK SALE

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    HOW DOES THE LIVESTOCK SALE WORK?

Bidding and Buying Information

Get a Buyer Number

Obtain a different number for each “name” under which you plan to bid.   If two or more individuals, businesses, etc. plan to purchase an animal together, you must get a different number for each party.

Place your Bid

To bid, just raise your hand. The ring-person or auctioneer will recognize you. If you are the successful bidder, show your number to the ring-person and your name will be announced.  It two or more individuals, businesses, etc. purchase the animal, show all buyer numbers.

Donating your Purchase

You may donate your purchase back for resale to benefit the charity of your choice. Please advise the ring-person at the time of your purchase that you are doing so and the name of your charity.  The animal will be resold.  The 4-H’er gets your sale price.  The charity gets the resale price.

Checking Out

Payment in full is appreciated the night of the sale unless other arrangements are made.  Make our check payable to “Baltimore County 4-H Club Fair Assn., Inc."  In the memo section add 'Livestock Sale' and the sale number(s) of the animal(s) you are purchasing.  I

Information About Processing

                                       Buyer Responsiblity

You are responsible for contacting your processor on Monday morning with your name and animal ear tag number. The processor will discuss with you your cutting and packing options. You are responsible the costs of processing, cutting, wrapping and freezing.  You must also make arrangements to pick up your meat from the processor. 

 Hauling    

Remember!  Upon request, the Sale Committee will haul your animal to thText Box:  e following processor free of charge.

Processors
 

Maurer & Miller Meats
USDA Inspected
114 N. Main Street
Manchester, MD 21102
410-374-2884 or 
410-239-8535

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