Schedule & Rules

The Apex Sheep and Goat Show and Sale

Schedule:

Thursday, April 8, 2021

Weigh-ins/check-ins from 4pm – 11pm

Please contact sale management if you require different accommodations for weigh-ins/check-ins.

Friday, April 9, 2021

Ewe Show 9 am

Doe Show will immediately follow the ewe show

Ram Show will immediately follow the Doe Show

Wether (Sheep) Show will immediately follow the Ram Show

Buck Show will immediately follow the Wether (Sheep) Show

Wether (Goat) Show will immediately follow the Buck Show

Saturday, April 10, 2021

The Apex Sheep and Goat Sale 9:00 am

Sale Order:
Rams – Bucks – Ewes – Does – Wether Lambs – Wether Goats

Sunday, April 11, 2021

All animals must be removed from the fairgrounds

Vendor Schedule:

Vendor Load-In Starts Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 12 pm.

Vendor tear down starts Saturday after events have finished. All vendors must be off the fairgrounds at 9 am on Sunday, April 11, 2021.

Rules and Entry Information:

All animals will be charged a $20.00 per head entry fee if paid by the entry deadline of March 5, 2021 and/or postmarked March 5th, 2021. All entry fees are due at the time entries are made and are non-refundable. Late fees will be charged after the entry deadline at a rate of $30.00 per head.

A 10% commission rate will be applied to the selling price of each animal and will be paid to The Apex Show and Sale.

Sheep should be slick sheared with a fine or thinner. No body paint or powder will be allowed.

Buck and Goat Wethers should be clipped with a fine or thinner. Does may be clipped as breeding does. No body paint or powder will be allowed.

Sheep and goats will sell in the order that they are placed in the show ring by the judge. All sheep will be shown by breed and weight. All goats will be shown by weight.

Wether Sires/Dams and Club Lambs: All Wether Dams and Sires will be shown by breed, sex, and weight in the following order:

  • Crossbred
  • Hampshires
  • Suffolks
  • Natural Colors
  • Dorsets
  • All Other Breeds (Speckles, Southdowns, etc.)

Health Papers Required for All Animals

Sheep Requirements

  1. Official identification required.
  2. Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued by an accredited veterinarian 30 days or less
    prior to entry, with official ID numbers recorded on or attached to the CVI
  3. Entry permit required. Permit can be obtained by using the Online Permitting System or calling
    the Utah Office of Animal Health at 801-538-7164 between 7:30 AM and 5:00 PM Mountain
    Time, Monday through Friday. After hours, weekends and holidays call 801-520-4311.
  4. CVI must include a statement that ‘No sheep in the flock are exhibiting signs of blue tongue or foot rot.’
  5. For Rams 6 months of age or older: Rams must have a negative Brucella ovis test within 30 days of entry. Date of test and test result must be recorded on the CVI.

Official identification for sheep:

  1. Official eartags that provide unique identification for the individual animal. It must bear the U.S. shield, be tamper resistant, have a high retention rate, and conform to one of the following numbering systems:
    a. Flock ID tags (flock ID with Individual Animal ID on tag),
    b. Scrapie program tags,
    c. Serial ID tags (State code with serials numbers and letters), or
    d. Animal Identification Number (AIN) (RFID or visual).
  2. USDA compliant microchips
  3. Official tattoos:
    a. Flock ID with Individual Animal ID, or
    b. Registration tattoo, if recorded in a Purebred Registry Association Book with documentation attached to the CVI.

Goat Requirements:

  1. Official identification required.
  2. Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued by an accredited veterinarian 30 days or less prior to entry, with official ID numbers recorded on or attached to the CVI
  3. Entry permit required. Permit can be obtained by using the Online Permitting System or calling the Utah Office of Animal Health at 801-538-7164 between 7:30 AM and 5:00 PM Mountain Time, Monday through Friday. After hours, weekends and holidays call 801-520-4311.
  4. CVI must include a statement that ‘Goats are free from any communicable diseases or exposure; and there is no evidence of caseous lymphadenitis (abscesses).’

Official identification for goats:

  1. Official eartags that provide unique identification for the individual animal. It must bear the U.S. shield, be tamper resistant, have a high retention rate, and conform to one of the following numbering systems:
    a. Flock ID tags (flock ID with Individual Animal ID on tag),
    b. Scrapie program tags,
    c. Serial ID tags (State code with serials numbers and letters), or
    d. Animal Identification Number (AIN) (RFID or visual).
  2. USDA compliant microchips
  3. Official tattoos:
    a. Flock ID with Individual Animal ID, or
    b. Registration tattoo, if recorded in a Purebred Registry Association Book with documentation attached to the CVI.

Penning Requests:
All Animals must be removed from pens by 9:00 AM, Sunday, April 11, 2021.

Please include any penning requests with your entry form when submitting. We cannot guarantee all requests will be fulfilled, but they will be taken into consideration when penning assignments are made.

All pens will be supplied with shavings.


Sale Promotion:

Sale will be promoted on www.sconlinesales.com and live, online bidding will be made available through CCi.Live. Consignors should submit information in a timely manner to ensure that their entries receive the maximum exposure possible. Submit description portion of your entries and associated photos to theapexsale@gmail.com (Recommended that all photos and information be submitted AT LEAST 2 weeks before the sale date of April 10th)

Management reserves the right to remove trailers, livestock, consignors, and attendees from the fairgrounds when management deems the removal to be in the best interest of the show and sale. Any infraction may result in loss of all proceeds and being barred from future shows and sales.

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