**ONLINE BIDDING IS AVAILABLE ON ALL LOTS. THE AUCTION WILL BE SOLD LIVE AND ONLINE AT THE SAME TIME, YOU CAN LISTEN, WATCH, AND BID IN REAL TIME DURING THE AUCTION. ONLINE PAYMENTS WILL NOTBE ACCEPTED, ALL PURCHASES WILL NEED TO BE PAYED FOR AND PICKED UP AT LYNCHBURG LIVESTOCK MARKET IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE AUCTION UNLESS PREVIOUS ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE WITH THE SALE MANAGER**
Sale Managers: Jennifer Ligon Telephone:434-607-5814 Auctioneer: Josh Puffenbarger (license # 3873) 540-421-5007 VAPAH+ Advisor: Jennifer Ligon Sale Committee: Roger Morris, Lin Jones, Brett Stratton Photographer/Video: Jennifer Ligon/Amber Anderson Mailing Address:Buckingham Cattlemen’s Association: P.O. Box 95, Buckingham, VA 23921
How the heifers were handled:These heifers are the best siblings of the steers that sold in the Buckingham Cattlemen’s Association Feeder Calf sale in August 2017. In October, Pelvic measurements and Reproductive Tract Scores tests were taken by Dr. Andy Meadows. All the heifers tested negative for BVD-PI. These females meet the Virginia Premium Assured Plus Standards.Breeding:Most heifers were Synchronized and bred AI December 12 through December 16, 2017. All AI pregnancies are to Hickok, Homestead or Composure andare listed on the Sire Reference Page. All heifers were ultra-sounded pregnant and fetal sexed by Dr. Andy Meadows in March and April of2018.All heifers sell guaranteed bred on sale day.Any heifer that shows heat within 30 days after the sale and is found open by an accredited Veterinarian with written documentation, the consignor will refund 100% of the heifer’s purchase price and take possession of the heifer, or the consignor will replace the heifer with another bred heifer per buyer’s choice.If any heifer shows heat within 45 days after the sale and is found open by an accredited Veterinarian with written documentation, the consignor will refund 25% of the heifer’s purchase price provided thatwritten notice is sent to the sale committee no later than 60 days after the sale.Heifers will sell in Producer Groups of 2 or 3. In a group of 3,you may choose one heifer for purchase, leaving two heifers to be re-auctioned. Bulls are sold in single lots.