AUCTION – KINGSHOLM FARM LIVESTOCK REDUCTION AUCTION- SATURDAY OCT 2ND AT 10:30 AM
October 2 @ 10:30 am
KINGSHOLM LIVESTOCK AUCTION
590 CRESTVIEW ROAD
SATURDAY OCTOBER 2ND AT 10:30
1 mile SOUTH of Campbellford on Highway 30- Grand Road and turn WEST onto 5th Line West for 1 mile and turn SOUTH WEST onto Mahoney Road for 1 mile to Skinkle Road and turn NORTH to Crestview Road.
Sale of approx. 36-40 head including Shaver, Red Poll, Red Angus/Red Devon and Red Devon Cows with calves at side, 12 – 15 first calf heifers with calves at side, 2 second calf female (4 years old) due to calve in September, 1 second calf female with bull calf from purebred Red Devon, now bred back to a Shaver,
1 bull calf from Red Polled cow and Shaver Bull
Provincial bylaws concerning face masks, social distancing and crowd size gatherings will be in effect.
No food or beverage service available.
TERMS- CASH OR CHEQUE
OWNER & AUCTIONEER NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR INJURY DAY OF SALE
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For thousands of years cattle have survived and thrived on perennial forages.
Along with perennial forages these cattle see what most do not. For instance, ash, basswood, maple, alder and dogwood leaves, patches of poison ivy, grape leaves, comfrey, and all other plants growing in the old fence lines.
In the winter cattle are of course fed hay grown on this farm along with a subsidy of mineral, seaweed meal, and a couple of other supplements.
What this has led to is animals with great herd health as well as a ratio of heifers to bulls at about 8:1.
KINGSHOLM has decided to sell the better/best of their herd and keep the older stock on the farm
In these cattle are literally thousands of years of genetics, these cattle have been bred to consume and thrive on perennial
forages and to in turn grow and create those same forages.
In Summary: The perennial forages that these cattle consume on KINGSHOLM pasture and hay fields were created by them…… They have created what they consume.
This offering of livestock gives the opportunity for the buyer of these cattle to graze off their acreage, fence
lines, bush lines and rough pastures and witness incredible growth not only in the animals but in the soil and land they pasture on.