Conditions of Sale
All cattle are sold subject to the Conditions of Sale as prescribed by the NFU, BVA and LAA which are available for inspection from the Auctioneers. Weights are given for guidance only. The cattle are sold as seen and the right to vary the catalogue entries is reserved. Would Vendors please note that we take no responsibility for wrong Passports. If you require help reading ear tag numbers to match Passports, please get your cattle into market early.
While every help will be given by the Market Staff in handling of passports, the Vendor is responsible for ensuring that the correct documents correspond with each animal lot number. Please note: any purchaser finding documents incorrect must notify the Auctioneer within 7 days after which any dispute must be take up direct with the Vendor.
Would Vendors please note that any cattle missing Ear Tags CANNOT be accepted for sale. They will be licensed to go home by Trading Standards.
Special note to Vendors and Purchasers of Store Heifers: All heifers are held to be free of bull unless otherwise stated. If any such animal is found to be in calf the Purchaser must give notice, in writing, accompanied by a Vet's Certificate to the Auctioneers within 6 months of the date of purchase. The Purchaser will then have the option of:
NO CLAIMS WILL BE MET
It is increasingly important that livestock farmers are members of the
above Farm Assured Livestock Schemes. If you are a member will you kindly
provide with your cattle entry your registration number. If you are not
a member it is important that you should join.