There will be three options for stalling junior show cattle at the Ohio Beef Expo March 17-20. All stalling indoor stalling will be provided mulch Viaducts will have to purchase mulch. Horse stalls MUST be put back to how they were found to not accrue additional fees or loss of junior show points. Manure will be placed in the manure dumpsters. Trash needs to be placed in the respective trash cans. No matter the location of stalling for exhibitors, ALL exhibitors MUST check in at the junior show office prior to stalling at Expo to ensure that all Entry Fees and Memberships are paid
Viaducts: All viaducts will be sold with the expectation of putting at minimum of 10 head in them, Mulch not provided
Horse Stalls: Will be sold in lots of 3 stalls in a consecutive order. Karigan will be notifying you of exact stall numbers after the sale according to how the stalls were purchased. Exhibitors get the stall directly across the aisle from the ones they purchased. (Same as Clark County stalling). Mulch provided
Gilligan Building: Only 25% of the stalls will be sold in the barn, all remaining stalls will be available on the online stalling form. Mulch provided
The first option will allow exhibitors to bid on remaining viaduct bays or a set number of premium stalls (not to exceed 25% of the stalls) in Gilligan, or buy stall blocks in the horse barn at a fixed rate. The online auction will be held on Breeder’s World on Feb. 23, 2022. The other two options will be the same as previous years and will be offered at no additional cost.
Option 2 - Beginning March 9 and ending March 11, exhibitors will have the opportunity to select their top three stalling preferences as to where they would like to be stalled in a respective barn, by filling out the online form, the same form that was filled out last year. Exhibitors will be able to stall in groups or individually. All stalling forms will be time stamped, so submissions will get their first choice according to when the form was submitted online. There will not be an additional cost for these spaces.
Option 3 - The last option is to stall when you get to the fairgrounds. This will allow exhibitors to stall in the remaining spaces at no additional cost.
These options are offered for exhibitors who want to purchase premium space in the viaduct, Gilligan barn or horse stalls. The purchase of premium space is not required and solely up to the discretion of the exhibitor. All proceeds from the premium stalls will be used to benefit the Ohio Beef Expo Junior Show.
Options 2 and 3 require no additional purchase.
All proceeds from the online sale will benefit the Ohio Beef Expo Jr. Show exhibitors at the 2022 event. Over 600 youth and over 850 head of cattle travel to Columbus to exhibit at the Ohio Beef Expo, a featured event for Ohio’s cattlemen. Thank you to the Jr. Show Committee and generous donors for your outstanding lineup of sale items! Join us at the Ohio Beef Expo on March 17-20 at the Ohio Expo Center! Visit www.ohiobeefexpo.com for the complete schedule and to view event sponsors.
PREMIUM AUCTION DEFINITION: Registered bidders understand that a premium auction acts as a fundraiser for the Youth exhibitor and allow the bidder the advertising / promotion of supporting the youth auction. THE HIGH BIDDER DOES NOT PURCHASE THE RIGHTS OF LEASE OR OWNERSHIP TO THE PROJECT BEING OFFERED. The youth exhibitor may keep the project or sell it to a market buyer through negotiated sale or separate auction. Premium sale buyers desire to financially assist youth exhibitors ONLY. No transfer of ownership is implied when a lot is designated as a “Premium Auction” Item. Premium sale prices are to be strictly considered a gift to the youth exhibitor.
ADD ONS: Those desiring to assist individual youth exhibitors through financial donations may place “Add ons” on specific lots. These add on monies will be credited to the youth exhibitor less applicable sale expenses. There is no transfer of ownership implied to any lot by placing “add ons” on a lot. Add ons are to be strictly considered a gift to the youth exhibitor.
TERMINAL AUCTION DEFINITION: Youth exhibitor consignors may offer their project as a “Terminal” auction which means the highest bidder will be granted the contents of the lot at the conclusion of the auction and successful Payment. A terminal lot should be understood by the bidder that they are buying the contents of the lot and have the ability to take delivery and provide adequate care of live animals.
PAYMENT: All bidding and payments are in US Dollars ONLY. International buyers MUST use a credit card or send a wire transfer. No other forms of payments will be accepted by international buyers. Accepted payment forms from buyers within the Continental US are: farm, corporate or personal check, cashier’s check, ACH –electronic check or money order all immediately negotiable. 3% Credit Card convenience charge will be placed on all credit card purchases (Visa, Master Card & Discover). This is an effort to return maximum amount of funds to exhibitors. Online credit card payment can be made by logging to your account and selecting invoices and then select "make Payment" or by call our office. Money Wire transfer from your bank to ours available. Please call or e-mail Breeders World main office for details 567-214-4081. FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED IN 4 BUSINESS DAYS FROM THE CLOSE OF BIDDING. Fees are subject to a 24% finance charge after the fourth day. A fee of $50 will be assessed on all late payments or returned checks and the bidder denied access to future auctions. All funds are to be made payable to Roger M. Hunker, AUCTIONEER send to Roger M. Hunker, Auctioneer, 6014 State Route 113, Bellevue, Ohio 44811.
INVOICING: An invoice with payment instructions will be sent to each buyers registered e-mail address at the close of bidding. If you do not receive an invoice via your e-mail in 24 hours after the close of the auction please contact our office immediately. Failure to complete the payment terms as stated above will result in forfeiture of purchases and negative feedback reported to the credit bureau. Be sure you are capable of paying immediately and realize your bids are not conditional upon financing. Roger M. Hunker, Auctioneer reserves the right to charge the entire purchase price and late fees to the credit card on file if payment is not made in 4 days after the close of bidding. Unless the sale of an item is indicated otherwise, each lot will sell subject to a reserve price established by the seller. When an article is sold with reserve, the auctioneer may bid on the sellers behalf in an amount not to exceed the reserve price.
GUARANTEE: We are not responsible for injury or accidents. All animals become property of the buyer at the conclusion of the auction. Sellers cannot be held responsible for the health or condition of animals after the conclusion of the auction.
CONDITIONS: Any person placing bids on items in this auction agrees to these terms and conditions and understands that, by placing bids, they are entering into a binding contract between themselves and the seller(s) and that they will be held financially responsible for their actions. Breeders World only as an agent between buyer and seller and may not be held responsible for any livestock or merchandise. It is to be clearly understood that Roger M. Hunker, Auctioneer; Breeders World Final Drive Youth Auctions, BreedersWorld.com and representatives act only as a means between buyer and seller, and may not be held liable, financially or otherwise, for any failure on the part of the same to fulfill any obligations set forth in this sale or for the truth of any warranties expressed or implied. This catalog of offering has been prepared by the auctioneer from information provided by the seller(s) and is assumed accurate as presented to us. However, Roger M. Hunker, Auctioneer will in no way guarantee age, pedigree, or reproductive status of the animals selling. All agreements and adjustments made are between buyer and seller.
Placing a bid is a binding contract between you and the Owner/Seller, and the bid cannot be retracted. Once a Bidder places a bid, and the bid is the high/winning bid, the Bidder will be obligated to buy the lot at the said price indicated. Placing a bid on this online auction site, and winning, then not paying for the lot is illegal in most states, and prosecution can result.
The Owner/Seller of property sold through this online auction site reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
As a Bidder, you are responsible for any bids placed by you or a designated representative under your bidding number and password. The security of your Bidder information is your sole responsibility and the Bidder will be responsible for any and all bids placed under the assigned number. If, at any time, you feel that your Bidder number and password have been compromised, due to lack of security on your part, you must notify Auctioneer immediately.
Bidders agree that when using the Maximum Bid feature on our online auction Web site they will use it according to the terms and conditions applicable to that feature. Please note that when using the Maximum Bid feature, if you are the current high Bidder and you want to change your Maximum Bid, you will be required to place a new bid in the increment designated for that lot in order to raise your Maximum Bid, which may cause you to raise your last high bid by one bid increment. You, as a Bidder, understand and agree to how the Maximum Bid feature works if you choose to use it.
BID RETRACTIONS: There are no bid retractions. ALL BIDS ARE NON-CANCELLABLE ONCE SUBMITTED. Once a bid is made and confirmed, it cannot be retracted. When a bid is made you manifest your intent and ability to buy the lot at the bid price. A false or fraudulent bid may result in legal action. Any winning Bidder who refuses to purchase the lot may be banned from all future online auctions.
Despite efforts to avoid the withdrawal of lots from the online auction sale after they are listed, it may sometimes be necessary to so withdraw lots; therefore, the Owner/Seller reserves the right to do so at any time before or during the online auction sale.
We are not responsible for injury or accidents. All animals become property of the buyer at the conclusion of the auction. Sellers cannot be held responsible for the health or condition of animals after the conclusion of the auction. Roger M. Hunker, Auctioneer is licensed by Ohio department of Agriculture and registered with USDA Packers and Stockyards, Roger M. Hunker; Auctioneer is bonded by the state of Ohio under the auction recovery fund and with USDA Packers and Stockyards.