Sunflower Classic Dorper Sale 5-18-19

GENERAL INFORMATION SCHEDULE: Arrivals and check-in on Friday, May 17 before 2 PM. Sale Order will be established Friday afternoon. Complimentary Breakfast : Saturday, May 18 at 8:00 AM. Educational Seminar: Saturday, May 18 at 9 AM. Sale: Saturday, May 18, at 11 AM. All sheep must be removed from the premises on Saturday. LOCATION: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 North Poplar St., Hutchinson, KS AUCTIONEER: Andrew Sylvester, Wamego, KS MINIMUM BIDS: There will be a minimum bid of $400 on all single animals, $250 per head on registered pens of three ewes, and $200 per head on commercial pens of 5 and 10 ewes. HEALTH PAPERS: All consignments will be accompanied by proper Interstate Health Certificates. Your local or state veterinarian should be able to advise you concerning the health requirements for sheep entering your state. All sheep sold must be in compliance with federal scrapie regulations. It is the responsibility of the buyer to adhere to any state entrance requirements or permits requires beyond the Interstate Health Certificate. MAIL BIDS: If you cannot attend the sale in person, a number of individuals will be able to handle your bids. These include Freddy Rossouw (785-533-4444) or Laurie Celella (214-475- 3473). Purchases must be paid for within 5 days of the sale, or a 10% handling charge will be added. We believe that transportation can be arranged through participating consignors if we are notified in advance of your plans. SALE PHONES: Two mobile phone numbers will be available during this event: 785-533-4444 or 214-475-3473. DORPER FUTURITY LAMBS: Consignors may nominate Fall and January ewe lambs for the ADSBS Youth Futurity Program, and nominated lambs will be identified on the sale order and by paint branding. If purchased by ADSBS Junior Members (applications available at the sale) these lambs can earn futurity premiums for points accumulated in shows through March 2020. TERMS AND CONDITIONS TERMS: Cash. All purchases are to be settled for with the clerks immediately following the sale and before sheep are removed from the premises, unless arrangements and approval have been made with the ADSBS Executive Secretary prior to the sale. The auctioneer’s decision is final on any disputed bids. All animals are at purchaser’s risk as soon as sold. Sheep purchased on order must be paid for within five (5) days of the sale. A 10% handling fee will be added to all mail bids not paid for within five days. A 20% surcharge will be assessed to any insufficient funds check issues. Buyer shall be responsible for any and all costs of collection, including attorney’s fees. Institutions may pay by requisition. Foreign buyers must pay in US funds. Registration papers will not be transferred to the new owner until all purchases are paid in full. SALE GUARANTEE EXCEPT FOR THOSE STATED IN THE BELOW GUARANTEE, THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH RESPECT TO THE SHEEP BEING SOLD IN THIS SALE. THE WARRANTIES AND GUARANTEES SET FORTH IN THE BELOW GUARANTEE ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AND REMEDIES PROVIDED THEREIN SHALL BE THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF EACH BUYER, OR ANY OTHER PARTY CLAIMING THROUGH THE BUYER, FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE THEREIN PROVIDED, AND ALL OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES. 1- Every ram and ewe sold will be guaranteed as a breeder if properly handled. It shall be the responsibility of the buyer to return the non-breeder to the seller in acceptable breeding condition. The seller, after a fair trial, and the animal is found to be a non-breeder, shall have the privilege of replacing the ram or ewe with one of equal value to the satisfaction of the buyer, or refunding the purchase price. This guarantee shall not apply the first year to any sheep that are shown subsequent to the sale date. All ewe lambs are exempt from the breeding guarantee the first year. 2- Notification of non-breeder rams must be made to the seller prior to October 1 st following the sale; notification of non-breeder ewes must be made to the seller prior to April 1 of the following year. 3- This guarantee shall constitute a contract between the buyer and seller only, and no other parties assume any liability, legal or otherwise, expressed or implied. 4- The ADSBS cannot or will not assume any responsibility as to the authenticity of the pedigrees, bloodlines, or information provided in the sale catalog, pen cards, or otherwise, and the subsequent genetic performance of any sheep purchased. All such information must be accepted at face value. Any statements or information given sale day supersedes catalogued information. Any special guarantees or claims offered by individual consignors is strictly between the consignor and the buyer, and will not be enforced by the sponsoring organization. Credit Cards will be accepted with a 4% convenience fee added to your purchases. Everyone is invited to join the Mid-America Dorper Association’s complimentary breakfast on Saturday morning at 8:00 AM at the barn. To purchase online through DV Auction, register early at .