2019 NC Summer and Fall Feeder Cattle Sales

— Written By Jamie Warner
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The dates for the 2019 Feeder Cattle Sales have been announced. All sales will be held at the Stanly County Livestock Market at 6 p.m.

Stanly County Livestock Market

Stanly County Livestock Market – 13215 Indian Mound Rd, Norwood

SALE REQUIREMENTS:

ALL calves are required to have at least one modified-live respiratory vaccine (MLV) in order to sell at a graded feeder calf sale.

Regular Feeder Calf Sale: May 2, June 6, August 1, September 12, 2019

  • Steers or heifer calves 300+ lbs.
  • Properly castrated and healed.
  • Polled (or properly dehorned and healed).
  • Producer must submit Health Verification Form on or before sale day (provided through Stanly County Livestock Market).
  • Vaccinations: One dose of Blackleg vaccine (with or without somnus) and one dose of modified-live respiratory vaccine with pasteurella.
  • Other conditions: Calves need to be tagged with a regular sale ear tag prior to sale day (provided free of charge by the barn).

Value-Added BQA Weaned Sales:  March 21, July 11, September 5, 2019

  • Steers or heifer calves 400+ lbs.
  • Properly castrated and healed.
  • Polled (or dehorned and healed).
  • Producer must be BQA Certified.
  • Producer must submit Health Verification Form on or before sale day (provided through Stanly County Livestock Market).
  • Vaccinations: TWO doses of both modified live respiratory vaccine (one with pasteurella) and TWO doses of blackleg vaccines (one with somnus).
  • Dewormed with recognized dewormer.
  • Other conditions: Calves must be weaned for at least 45+ days. Heifers need to be guaranteed open. Calves need to be tagged with a BQA sale ear tag prior to sale day (provided free of charge by the barn).

If you have any questions or for more information, please contact Marcus Harward: 704-322-9770, 704-474-7681, 704-463-5828. You may also contact the NC Cattlemen’s Association at 919-552-9111 or the N.C .Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Division of Marketing at 919-707-3100.

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Jamie Warner, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJamie WarnerExtension Agent, Agriculture - Livestock and Forestry Call Jamie Email Jamie N.C. Cooperative Extension, Montgomery County Center
Updated on Mar 19, 2019
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