for Sheep Sale
Sheep must be in place by noon, Thursday. Entry to the fairgrounds
will be through the Service Gate.
Entry to the fairgrounds will be through the Service Gate.
No refunds will be made on withdrawn entries after the entry deadline.
All sales will be by private treaty.
sheep pen area may not be used to sell craft or wool items.
animals must be registered with their breed
association. Each animal must be tagged
with flock ID tag or
tattoo with corresponding registration certificate.
Lambs may have applications for registry with
corresponding ear tags in their ears. Registration
certificates or applications must be presented to Sheep Chairman by noon on
Only animals less than 1 year old may be presented as lambs. If
weaned lambs are offered for sale, they must be at least 2 months old or at least 50
pounds. Yearlings may
have two year old teeth. Aged rams and ewes shall be under 5 years old and
be in show condition. Ewes with suckling lambs may not be
sold separately. Suckling lambs shall be able to be registered.
animals will be inspected by an inspection committee for disease and external
parasites. Animals showing signs of disease or parasites shall be removed
from the fairgrounds.
sheep must have Federal Scrapie tags or tattoos in the ears to be eligible for
this show and sale. No exceptions! Suffolk and Hampshire rams must
have proof of 1R at codon 171 if entering Washington state.
sheep on the grounds will be held at owner’s risk, and ownership will pass to
the buyer at the time of sale.
animals shall be removed from the Fairgrounds at the close of the fair.
Sold animals may leave early once permission is granted by the Fair and the Sheep Chairman.
from any of these rules will result in the consignor not being invited back the
sale of animals is by private treaty and thus any guarantees concerning breeding
soundness must by negotiated between buyer and consignor. WWSFS assumes no
this regard and is not liable in the event of