2011 Stars of Louisville Southdown Sale
November, 14th, 2011 - 2:00 P.M. -
Held in conjunction with the NAILE, Louisville, KY General Information AUCTIONEER: Curt Overcash; Dixion, IL ELIGIBILITY: Entries are accepted only on Yearling Ewes, Senior Ewe Lambs, and Junior Ewe Lambs. Yearling Ewes will be guaranteed bred. Lambs may or may not be exposed. Some entries may have declared show rights for the National Southdown Show and or the Junior Breeding Show. Show rights on animals will be announced from the auction block. TRANSPORTATION: Every effort will be made to arrange transportation for sheep purchased in the sale. However, the responsibility for the transportation of sale animals rests with the buyer. If you are unable to attend the sale, it is strongly advised to have transportation arrangements made prior to the day of the sale. SALE ORDER: Sale order is determined by the average of the past three year’s consignment.
Rebecca Web 7248 N. S.R. 19, Green Springs, OH 44836 Ph 419.639.2709 Lot 1 OHU71277 Y9821 2/15/2011 TR Y1457 McGuire 5044 Y7883 Bred to Mapolyne Farms 09-505 “Cavalierr.” Dam is 2006 Ewes for Youth sheep.
Lot 3 Scramlin 1139 QRNN Y9348 2/6/2011 TW Fielder 834 “Gold RRush” Y4105 Scramlin 514 W658 From our show flock at OH & WI in the top 6 at both state fairs with a super hip. 514 is a daughter of “Spot On” and a “Big Jake” son. “Gold RRush” was the 2010 National Champion Ram and has sired several member of our show flock.
KUHN FAMILY SOUTHDOWNS
L.C., Jackie, Matt, Stacy, & Lisa Scramlin 2535 Wildwood Rd., Holly, MI 48442 Ph 248.634.3043 Lot 2 Scramlin 1128 RRNN Y9346 1/25/2011 TW FTF 202 Y403 Scramlin 910 Y2179 A stout thick topped ewe who would have been in the show flock if she wasn’t born so late in January. We think she will be a powerful yearling ewe.
3475 S. 840 W, Manilla, IN 46150 Ph 317.512.0564 Lot 4 Kuhn 1110 Y9477 2/16/2011 S Kuhn 1001 Y4148 Kuhn 8060 Y3351 This ewe has a neat pedigree. She goes back to “Triple Time” and “Nuff Said” on the sire side and to “Big Ten” on the dam side. This ewe has been saved for the Stars Sale. All of my spring ewes have placed at the top of their classes this year, and she looks as good!
1290 Hwy 127 N, Owenton, KY 40359 Ph 502.682.0686 Lot 5 Forsee E11-104 RRNN Z1283 2/7/2011 S Forsee E09-101 X9676 Forsee R10-21 Y5190 Reserve Jr Champion at All-American, Jr Champion at KY State Fair, RRNN great show ewe. Watch our website for information and pictures. Lot 6 Late Spring Ewe Lamb Info Sale Day
W4628 Hall Rd., Rio, WI 53960 Ph 920.992.6183 or 608.347.5580 Lot 7 MB Genetics 1-557 Y9186 1/29/2011 TR NSLS 9108 “Keystone” Y9186 MB Genetics 5F-257 W2873 Dam is by “The Edge”, 2003 National Champion Ram. Great maternal traits, she has raised two consecutive sets of triplets. “Keystone” was the 2009 National Jr. Show Champion and has also sired our 2011 National Sale Champion Ram. Go to mbgenetics.blogspot.com for current photos of our sale entry.
20605 N Pine, Mulhall, OK 73060 Ph 405.564.3893 Lot 8 Information Sale Day Lot 9 Information Sale Day Lot 10 Information Sale Day Consigning 3 nice ewe lambs at this year’s Stars of Louisville Sale. Check our webpage frequently for updates. Pictures of these ewe lambs will be on the web www.clublambpage.com/howard prior to the sale. Give us a call or visit our pens at NAILE.
2286 W County Rd 63, Mulhall, OK 73063 Ph 405.880.5857 Lot 11 March Ewe Lamb Information Sale Day Lot 12 April Ewe Lamb Information Sale Day Lot 13 April Ewe Lamb Information Sale Day We always bring some of our best to Louisville, this year won’t be any different. We will bring late ewe lambs sired by either 9093 or our K110 son from Willwerth. Watch our website for pictures and updates closer to sale date.
1701 N. Lowell Rd. St. Johns, MI 48879 Ph 517.775.1102 Lot 14 Rinker 447 3/4/2011 TW B&B Howard 8034 Rinker 369 This ewe lamb is a twin to the March Ewe Lamb we sold at the Ohio sale.
Jimmy David Sara Heffelfinger
4285 N. St. Rt 589, Casstown, OH 45342 Ph. 937.335.4332 Lot 15 Heffelfinger 1-5 Z1301 1/30/2011 S Heffelfinger 9-102 Y396 Heffelfinger 406 V4011 Both sire and dam are Mapolyne Farm breeding. This lamb was in our show flock this year. Lot 16 Heffelfinger 1-14 Z1307 3/4/2011 S Mapolyne Farms 10-14 Y7236 Heffelfinger 9-100 Y50 One of our show lambs at the Ohio State Fair.
5191 N. 900 W., Sharpsville, IN 46068 Ph. 765.860.7897 Lot 17 Whicker 001 RRNN Y9536 11/4/2010 TW Hurlock 9349 Y2279 Hurlock 9449 Y2278 This ewe has eye appeal, style, thick top, stands square on legs, big hips, good breed type and possible bred. Lot 18 Whicker 108 QRNN Y9542 3/4/2011 TW Hurlock 9349 Y2279 Hurlock 1099 S4172 This ewe lamb has excellent profile, clean front with plenty of extension, length and good breed type. She also has a lot of growing left to do, so she should make a good yearling.
Robert, Deb and Leah Fielder 4930 Vine Hill Rd, Sebastopol, CA 95472 Ph. 530-335-4212 Lot 19 Fielder 931 Z299 4/6/2011 S Fielder 576 V9458 Howard 807 X5203
Miller Show Lambs
1290 Hwy 127 N., Owenton, KY 40059 Ph. 859.322.1568 Lot 20 Miller E11-127 Z2028 2/14/2011 TW Forsee R10-065 Y5217 M&J 707 X207 Watch for pictures and more info on www. clublambpage.com/forseesouthdowns
13698 40th St.,Lime Springs, IA 52155 Ph. 507.438.1087 or 641.220.3430 www.lewis-southdowns.com Lot 21 Yearling Ewe Sire: “Smashdown”
This ewe will be a summer yearling ewe, great profile and look. She will be bred to our ram “Max” that sired the top selling ram at the 2009 National Sale to Robinson/Howard.We will have our website updated the weekend before the sale for you to take a look at her. Lot 22 Spring Ewe Sire:”Smashdown” This ewe lamb will be out of our show flock, she was 1st place Feb. ewe lamb at the MN State Fair and will be shown at 5 other state fairs this fall. Great profile and will make a great show ewe for next year!
Ann and John Bechman
2344 N 925 W., West Lafayette, IN 47906 Ph. 765.426.3857 Lot 23 RVF 1161 3/8/2011 TW A&M 1076 Y5465 “Mr. Boom” RVF 935 X9131 Lot 24 RVF 1163 3/17/2011 TR A&M 1076 Y5465 “Mr. Boom” HCF 9-14 Y831 Check out website for pictures and more details.
Pleasant Springs Southdowns
2800 Wildflower Rd. Stoughton, WI 53589 Lot 25 Pleasant Springs 6383 1/15/11 TW Pleasant Springs 6121 Pleasant Springs 5090 Pleasant Springs 6121 is dammed by “Dialed In” Lot 26 Pleasant Springs 6442 2/16/11 TW Pleasant Springs 5886 Pleasant Springs 5756 Pleasant Springs 5756 won the March ewe lamb class at Louisville in 2008. Lot 27 Pleasant Springs 6446 2/16/11 TW Pleasant Springs 5621 Pleasant Springs 5333 We will provide additional information on all of these ewes on sale day.
TERMS: Cash or check on day of sale. Sheep purchased via mail bid must be paid within 10 days of the sale. All buyers must pay in U.S. funds. The auctioneer’s decision is final. All sheep are at buyers risk as soon as sold. The American Southdown Breeders’ Association is not liable for any sheep not paid for. REGISTRATION & HEALTH: all breeding sheep are registered and will be transferred at the seller’s expense. All sheep will be accompanied by proper health certification. All sheep must be in compliance with the 2002 Scrapie Regulations to be eligible to sell. For any questions regarding transportation to your state or other Scrapie related questions, call 866-USDA-TAG. Buyers from states requiring special health permits should contact their state veterinarian and have their special permit number with them. Certain states require a special permit for entry of purchased sheep. Buyers should secure the permit in advance. Other states just require health certifications. BUYER’S RESPONSIBILITY: IT IS THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE SALE MANAGEMENT THAT PROSPECTIVE BUYERS CONTACT THEIR STATE ANIMAL HEALTH DEPARMENT FOR FUTHER INFORMAITON OR REGULATION CHANGES PRIOR TO ATTENDING THE SALE. SALE GUARANTEE EXCEPT FOR THOSE STATED IN THE BELOW GUARANTEE, THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED AS TO MERCHANTABLY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICILAR PURPOSE WITH RESPECT TO THE SHEEP BEING SOLD IN THIS SALE. THE WARRANTIES AND GUARANTEES SET FORTH IN THE BELOW GUARANTEE ARE IN THE LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARANTEES EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AND THE REMEDIES PROVIDED THEREIN SHALL BE THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE BUYER OR ANY PARTY CLAIMED THROUGH THE BUYER, FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE THEREIN PROVIDIED AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABLITIES. 1. Yearling ewes sold will be guaranteed bred. Breeding certificates will be provided by the seller with each bred ewe sold. Senior Ewe Lambs and Junior Ewe Lambs have the option of selling exposed or open. All sheep are guaranteed breeders if properly handled. It shall be the responsibly of the buyer to return a nonbreeder to the seller in acceptable breeding condition. The seller after a fair trial and if the animal is found to be a non-breeder shall have the privilege of replacing the ewe with one of equal value to the satisfaction of the seller, or refunding the purchase price. This guarantee shall not apply to any sheep that are shown subsequent to the date of sale. All ewe lambs are exempt from breeding guarantee the first year. 2. 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 sell only, and not other parities assume any liability, legal or otherwise, expressed or implied. ASBA SALE WARRANTY: This sale has adopted the following policy approved by the American Southdown Breeders’ Association. Every ewe consigned and sold in this sale or any sale sponsored or sanctioned by the American Southdown Breeders’ Association will be warranted by the seller to be a non-carrier of hereditary chondrodysplasia [spider syndrome] under the following conditions: HEREDITARY CHONDRODYSPLASIA SALE WARRANTY. After the date of sale, a buyer who wished to have the benefits of this warranty must have all animal DNA tested at buyers expense, to confirm whether or not the animal is a carrier of the genetic recessive condition. The results of this test must be received by the American Southdown Breeders’ Association office direction from the laboratory no later than sixty (60) days after the date of sale. Any animal determined through this DNA testing to be a carrier shall be returned to the seller, the cost associated with the transportation of the animal will be equally shared between the buyer and seller. The seller, at the seller’s expense, shall have the opportunity to have the animal re-tested. The results of this test must be received by the Association office directly from the laboratory no later than sixty (60) days after the animal has been returned to the seller. In the event there is a conflict in the results between the two tests, a third test will be immediately administered. The cost of this third test will be equally shared between the buyer and seller. If the animal is confirmed to be a carrier, or the seller fails to provide the results of the re-test within the state period, the seller shall refund the full purchase price of the animal promptly, with all fees and percentages levied against the animal retained by the sale. If a ewe is sold as exposed or bred, the resulting offspring will also be warranted if the buyer has the lamb(s) DNA tested, at buyer’s expense, with the results received by the American Southdown Breeders’ Association office directly from the laboratory no later than one hundred twenty (120) days after the birth of the lamb(s). If the
lamb(s) is confirmed to be a carrier, the seller share refund twenty (20) percent of the full purchased price of the ewe promptly with all fees and percentages levied against the animal retained by the sale. Any buyer failing to confirm that an animal is a non-carrier for hereditary chondrodysplasia within the above deadline, or failing to return the animal to the seller in an acceptable condition so that the animal may be re-tested, except the offspring of the ewe sold as exposed or bred, waves any right under this warranty. This warranty does not extend to any offspring conceived by the animal between the dates of the sale and the dates on which results of the DNA test are received. Furthermore, this warranty does not extend to any offspring conceived by an animal after the buyer has knowledge of a positive DNA test result. All DNA testing must be performed by the Association approved laboratory; Gene Check. Any seller failing to comply with this rule shall automatically be barred from selling any sheep for five (5) years to this sale or any sale sponsored or sanctioned by the American Southdown Breeders’ Association including the National Sale. This warranty and the remedies of damages it provides shall be exclusive. No other remedies or damages, including but not limited to incidental on consequential damages for lost profits, lost sales or any other consequential loss, shall be available. All other warranties, express or implied, including the IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABLITY or the IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICLUAT PURPOSE are disclaimed and shall not apply. This warranty shall constitute a contract between the buyer and the seller only. No other parties, including but not limited to the American Southdown Breeders’ Association, Sale Management, and sponsoring organizations shall assume any liability, legal or otherwise, express or implied. Each seller warrants to the buyer of the sheep purchased in the sale an RR or QR condon 171 making. See Association Policy below for further details. Registered Southdowns of either genotype, QR or RR will be allowed to sell. Each consigner must declare and guarantee the genetic makeup of each of their entries with respect to Scrapie susceptibility (condon 171). Any registered Southdown may be sold as long as this information is provided at the time of paper check-in prior to the start of the show for sale. DNA test results are not required and consigners may declare and guarantee the genotypes of their entries based solely on pedigree. Genotype information (QR or RR) will be printed on the sale order. Any buyer who wished to have the benefit of the guarantee must have the animal DNA tested, at the buyer’s expense, to confirm whether or not the animal is as declared by the seller with respect to Scrapie susceptibility. Such testing must be performed within sixty (60) days of the date of the sale. If a sheep is determined by the buyer’s DNA test to be a lesser genotype than that declared by the consigner at the sale, the seller shall have the option of having the animal retested at the seller’s expense. The seller must arrange for such testing within two weeks of receipt of buyers test results or a mutually agreeable timetable. In the event there is a conflict between tests, a third test will immediately be run with the cost of such third test to be equally shared by the buyer and seller. If the animal is determined to be a lesser genotype than declared by the consigner or if the seller fails to provide for a re-test, the sheep shall be returned to the seller with the costs associated with the transportation being equally shared by the buyer and seller. The seller shall refund the full purchase price of the animal promptly, with all fees and percentages levied against the animal retained by the sale. This guarantee shall constitute a contract between the buyer and seller only. No other parties, including but not limited to the American Southdown Breeders’ Association, Sale Management and sponsoring organizations, shall assume any liability, legal or otherwise express or implied. Sellers falling to comply with the spirit of these provisions will be subject to being barred from future ASBA sanctioned sales. SUBSTITUTIONS: A bar beneath the number painted on the animal’s back designated that it is a substitute entry, meaning the information about the animal is different than designated in the catalog. Check with the consigner for complete pedigree information. NOTICE: The American Southdown Breeders’ Association, Sale Management, any sponsoring organizations or any sale consigners do not assume any risk or liability in case of any accidents of any kind or losses of any kind to any person or persons in attendance at the sale.
Sale catalog for the American Southdown Breeders Association Stars Sale, held on November 12, 2011.