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Dairy Terms and Conditions

  1. Each bidder must be properly registered and have a buyer’s number to bid.
  2. If any dispute arises between two or more bidders, the Auctioneer may immediately put the lot up for sale again and resell to the highest bidder. The decision of the Auctioneer shall be final and absolute.
  3. The Auctioneer reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
  4. The record of sale kept by the Auctioneer and Clerk will be taken as final in the event of any dispute.
  5. All purchases require a $60.00 per head part payment, which is due and payable at the conclusion of the auction. All part payments must be sent to Superior Livestock by wire transfer, ACH, Fed Ex or UPS on the first business day following the conclusion of the auction.
  6. If the Buyer is present at delivery, payment is due at delivery. If the Buyer is not present at delivery, payment must be sent to Superior Livestock the day after the cattle are received by the Buyer. All payments must be made by wire transfer, ACH, or overnight delivery of a check by way of Fed Ex or UPS. Checks sent via Post Office (1st class, Priority or Express) are not an acceptable method of payment. Any fees incurred for wire transfer or overnight delivery of a check will be at the Buyer’s expense. In the event of multiple day shipments, payment will be required on each day’s delivery.
  7. Springer Heifers and Bred Heifers will be pregnancy checked by a licensed veterinarian prior to delivery and will be accompanied by a certificate from the veterinarian verifying the number of months bred. The buyer has the right to have a veterinarian of his choice present at delivery to inspect and re-preg check after weighing and prior to loading. If the buyer is not present at the delivery and/or does not have a veterinarian of his choice at delivery, the buyer accepts the heifers with the results provided by the seller’s veterinarian.
  8. Exposed Heifers have been AI’d or exposed to a bull, but are not guaranteed bred.
  9. Open Heifers that are mature enough will be ultrasounded or palpated by a licensed veterinarian, prior to delivery, to help insure breedability. Heifers that are not mature enough, will be visually inspected, pippetted or palpated, as appropriate. The buyer has the right to have a veterinarian of his choice present at delivery to visually inspect, pipette or palpate after weighing and prior to loading. If the Buyer is not present at the delivery and/or does not have a veterinarian of his choice at delivery, the buyer accepts the heifers with the results provided by the seller’s veterinarian.
  10. Udder Check - Quarters  will be examined for obstructions.
  11. If required for shipment, cattle will be T.B. tested prior to delivery.
  12. Any other tests that have been done will be announced at the time of the sale.