JIM FAUCETTE

COMMERCIAL COW HERD COMPLETE DISPERSAL

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COMMERCIAL COW HERD COMPLETE DISPERSAL – (106) ANGUS BASED COWS CONSIST OF (90) NGUS COWS, (16) BWF COWS, (61) ANGUS SIRE CALVES, (6) PUREBRED ANGUS BULLS

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Live On-Site Auction

Begins: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 1:30 PM EST

Location 4200 CANNADY’S MILL RD., 4200 CANNADY’S MILL RD., OXFORD, NC 27565

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COMMERCIAL COW HERD COMPLETE DISPERSAL

JIM FAUCETTE – OXFORD,NC northern Granville County & 2 miles south of Mecklenburg Co. , VA

!!! WEDNESDAY !!  16TH JANUARY  2019 – 1.30 PM

Sale Location:  Granville County Livestock Arena, Oxford, NC

Directions:  From I-85, take Exit 204, go south on Hwy. 96 for 1.1 mile, turn left on Fairport Rd., go 2.4 miles, right on Cannady  Mill Rd., sale ¼ mile on left @ Granville County Livestock Arena.  Also from jct. of Hwy. 96 & 56 @ Wilton, take Hwy. 96 north 2 miles, turn right on Cannady Mill  Rd., arena approx. 6 miles on right.  Watch for cattle auction arrows leading way to sale.

Sale Site Address:  4200 Cannady Mill Road – Oxford, NC  27565 

 

This sale is being conducted due to owner having a stroke.

(106) Angus base cows consist of (90) Angus cows & (16) BWF cows, (61) Angus sired calves, (6) Purebred Angus bulls.

After E.B. went thru the herd & scratching his head a lot this is his thinking.  This basically a spring calving herd, looks like most will start calving in February thru April, there will be a few cow/calf pairs that more than likely will sell as 3-n-1. The largest % of the (61) Angus sired calves are approx. 375 – 525#, both bulls & heifers.  The largest % of cattle look to be 1st to 3rd calvers.  There are just a few matron cows.  Frame size 5 ½, wt. range 975# – 1275#, body condition is fairly good with a few thin cows.  These cows are wintered on hay bales, minerals & protein tubs.   They are fed once a day every day ground hay w/just a dab of pellet feed mixed in.  Jim found out by grinding the hay it took 50% less hay each year to feed the same amount of cattle in the winter.  A lot of the calves will grouped & sold as good feeding calves or a nice set of replacement heifers for future mama cows.

(6) Purebred Angus bulls – at press time, this is what E.B. has come up with.  With the help of George Wynne – Gretna, VA the #85 bull was purchased this November – Reg.#19114947 BD 9-23-17, 3.86# of gain on 96 days of feed @ George’s Gretna, VA. FS 6.5, CED 11 , bull was raised by Roger Wynne – Axton, VA.  (1) bull is carrying the 44 brand of Cameron, TX (he appears to be a pet),  working on info for the other (4) bulls – check the website, we will post the registration numbers when we find them.

Herd Health:  To the best of my knowledge Jim followed a protocol of Halifax County Veterinary Center from Halifax Va.  According to family & neighbors these cattle were worked late September with the following vaccines & each year                                                                                                           Cows received Cattlemaster Gold FP5L5, Utra Choice 8, & dewormed.                                                                        Calves receiver INforece3 (this is nasal vaccine)Ultra Choice 8, dewormed, no implants.

These cattle are well trained to UTV w/a bucket in the back, they will follow –U- all over the farm.  We are planning on working the cattle on Monday & putting in outside feeding pens.  They will be brought in on Wednesday am & put in sale pens for auction @ 1:30 pm Wednesday 16th of January.  If –U-need  good genetics & cattle that will perform w/hay, grass,  minerals, protein tubs & water bring your truck & trailer as we would like to load out Wednesday afternoon.  If –U- can’t make the call E.B. or Shane.  We will be glad to make sure you are represented to what –U- would like to fit your family farm.

Note:  Jim raised his cattle the right way – summertime grass & winter time hay.  All these cattle have been raising a calf each year that’s been in demand @ the market place.  He purchased over the years top of the line bulls.  If you want to be above average these are the genetics that will last your family for generations to come.

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He has been thru the bull test @ Gretna, VA Jim bought her as a 1st calf heifer off E.B.'s sale. Change the zip code for this baldie Leading cattle around Jim's farm with the Kubota 5 wt. bull calves, 4 wt. heifer calves
Won't be long before new babies appear. Cows are fed everything but cracked feed Round out your cow herd w/good ones from this herd. She will furnish the milk & raise a whopping calf. Need a couple head or entire herd - get them here
The right kind to run out in the spring

Auction Terms

Payment in full day of sale – Cash or check

Directions

!!! WEDNESDAY !!  16TH JANUARY  2019 – 1.30 PM

Sale Location:  Granville County Livestock Arena, Oxford, NC

Directions:  From I-85, take Exit 204, go south on Hwy. 96 for 1.1 mile, turn left on Fairport Rd., go 2.4 miles, right on Cannady  Mill Rd., sale ¼ mile on left @ Granville County Livestock Arena.  Also from jct. of Hwy. 96 & 56 @ Wilton, take Hwy. 96 north 2 miles, turn right on Cannady Mill  Rd., arena approx. 6 miles on right.  Watch for cattle auction arrows leading way to sale.

Sale Site Address:  4200 Cannady Mill Road – Oxford, NC  27565 

 

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3200 NC Hwy. 58 WARRENTON, NC 27589

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