How To Become A Buyer –
The Brazoria County Fair hosts 3 separate Auctions & a Market Sale during our annual fair. We encourage anyone who is interested in participating as a buyer to complete the New Buyer form below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to join our auction invitation list. If you are unable to preregister to be a buyer, please bring a business card, if available, with you to registration the day of the auction.
About The Jr. LIvestock auction:
Each year 4-H and FFA youth exhibitors purchase one or more animals to raise and show at the Livestock Shows held during the annual Brazoria County Fair & Rodeo. The youth exhibitors encounter the cost of feed, grooming supplies, veterinarian, shelter and any other needs required by their show animal. Show animal projects also require the time and dedication of the youth exhibitors who do their best to raise their animals in anticipation of being named “Champion”.
The top youth winners of seven different livestock shows – Rabbits, Chickens, Turkeys, Swine, Lambs, Goats and Steers – will sell their animals in the Junior Livestock Auction which will be held on October 24, 2020 at 3 pm in the Auditorium. A Buyer can be an individual, group, company or business and can expect to spend as little as $500 for an animal.
About The JR. Commercial Heifer & Ag mech auction:
Single heifers and pen of three heifers, ages 7 months to 24 months of age, are raised and shown by youth exhibitors in the Junior Commercial Heifer Show held during the annual Brazoria County Fair. The youth exhibitors encounter the cost of feed, grooming supplies, veterinarian, shelter and any other needs required by their show animal. Show animal projects also require the time and dedication of the youth exhibitors who do their best to raise their animals in anticipation of being named “Champion”.
The top placing heifers and pens of three must sell along with others chosen to be sold by the youth exhibitors in the Commercial Heifer Auction held on October 24, 2020 at 3 pm in the Auditorium. A Buyer can be an individual, group, company or business and can expect to spend at least $1,300 for a heifer.
Ag Mech Auction:
We sell approximately 40 lots of hard working Ag Mechanics students projects. Lots of money is spent on material and labor to build these projects. You can expect to see hay rings, BBQ pits, picnic tables, trailers, fire rings, outside bars, hay equipment, livestock feeders, etc. This items are well built, worth the money and will provide years of enjoyment. Projects can be delivered within 7 days upon purchase. Please email email@example.com
for additional information.
ABOUT THE ART AUCTION:
Thank you to all our 2020 Art Auction Buyers:
Cody Vasut, JP Richard & Nancy Davis, Robert McNeill, Andrew Heston, Freeport Veterinary Medical Center, Judge Matt Sebesta, Monty and Tosha Green, Neil & Jennifer Herbst, Wild Peach Veterinary Clinic, Steve Urick, Edward Jones Investments, John David Wiginton, Sehon Warneke, Cheryl & Gary Deitcher, Michelle Lilie, Dr. Hardy Richards and Bad Ranch
Brazoria County youth artists are amongst the BEST IN TEXAS! The Grand and Reserve Champions along with the other top 18 placing Artwork are auctioned of on October 11, 2020 in the Auditorium. Come join us to see their hard work and dedication pay off! They are the future of Brazoria County, State of Texas and the USA! Call us today to find out how to join a Buyers Group!
ABOUT THE MARKET SALE:
Market Sale Committee was formed to service the Youth Exhibitors and Buyers at BCFA. The Committee's purpose is to act as a liaison between Youth Exhibitors interested in selling NON-AUCTION projects and potential buyers.
NOTE: Only market animals exhibited and shown at the Brazoria County Fair and not selected for the Junior Livestock Auction or Commercial Heifer Auction are eligible for the Market Sale.
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