The drawing is open any consignor. You can sell without participating in the drawing, but if there are 39 consignors who participate in the drawing, you will be consignor 40. Anyone participating in the drawing should be prepared to donate 1 cage of birds or animals or a new piece of equipment which will be sold to benefit the Scholarship-Youth Project Fund. All proceeds from the sale of the donated birds and animals are deposited in the HOAGBA Scholarship Fund. In 2020, checks totaling $1,000.00 were given to fund awards at 4-H Fairs in Kansas and 3 poultry shows for junior awards.
No consignors, trucks, or trailers are allowed on the fairgrounds before the gates open at 5:00 P. M on Thursday, March 18.
Drawing for consignor numbers will be held in the main arena at 7 A. M. Friday, March 19 with check-in to follow immediately after. Both the consignor & birds to be consigned must be present at the time of the drawing.
Each person participating in the drawing will be given a slip of paper to write down his/her name and the number of cages to be consigned. As numbers are drawn, an officer of HOAGBA will record the name of the person who drew the number, the number of lots that person is consigning, and his donation for the scholarship fund part of the auction.
The number drawn may not be reassigned, traded, or sold. Once the drawing for numbers begins, no one will be allowed to transfer cages from 1 vehicle or trailer to another. Each person consigning birds will need to have his own VS Form 9-3 or VS Form 9-2 papers.
Anyone not in compliance with these specifications will not be allowed to sell at the next auction. Consignors must be present Friday when it is time for that number to check in. Anyone not present will be moved to a position after the last number drawn. i. e.: If 35 consignment numbers were drawn, he/she will now check in after consignor #35.
Ted Golka is tagging a cage of pigeons that will be sold to benefit the Scholarship Fund.
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