Auction Buyers

2023 Auction:  August 19 at 10 am

Breakfast in the Grove 8:00 – 9:30 am

Sale Order:    Turkey, Beef, Goats, Chickens, Swine, Rabbits, Lambs

NEW BUYERS:  sign up by August 13 to receive your packet in the mail.  

New Buyer Registration Form

PAST BUYERS: you should be receiving packets in the mail the first week of August

Thank you to the 2022 Buyers on a Successful Sale!

Kerr Contractors: $8.00/lb

Champion Steer: Elena Peterson

Wayward Sandwiches: $5.00/lb

Reserve Champion: Rhett Smith

Snap Fitness (Artino Fitness): $13.00/lb

Champion Lamb: Emery Stacey

M & S Investments and Cornerstone Wealth: $17.00/lb

Reserve Champion Lamb: Jacob Palacios

Ness Campbell Crane & Rigging: $9.00/lb

Champion Hog: Bella Bennett

Mountain Stream Meats: $9.50/lb

Reserve Champion Hog: Isabelle James

Salo Family Livestock & Crawdad Properties: $1200

Champion Turkey: Payton Sheahan

Wilsonville Realty: $1250

Reserve Champion Turkey: Brooklyn Knox

Les Schwab Milwaukie: $1250

Champion Pen of Broilers: Briana Lynch

Canby Kiwanis: $1000

Reserve Champion Pen of Broilers: Logan Ackerman

Canby Kiwanis: $1600 Champion Pen of Rabbits: Helana Otter

Les Schwab Milwaukie: $1500

Reserve Champion Pen of Rabbits: Keira Whitehead

Les Schwab Clackamas: $25/lb

Reserve Champion Goat: Tanna Norris

Tanna Norris


HOW THE LIVESTOCK AUCTION WORKS:   Upon arrival on auction day, check in an at the Clackamas County Jr. Livestock Auction (CCJLA) registration desk located next to the auction ring. Buyers will be provided a buyer number and sales catalog. The sales catalog lists all of the animals to be auctioned, along with their respective weights and the name of the 4-H/FFA member selling the animal. Each animal (beef, sheep, hogs, and goats) are sold by their live weigh in pounds. Turkeys, chickens, and rabbits are sold by the lot. When a buyer wishes to bid on an animal, simply raise your hand/buyer number. The bidding continues until the high bid is reached with the animal going to the highest bidder. If you are new to the auction and would like assistance with bidding, there will be CCJLA committee members available to guide you in the process.

Please remember, bidding helps increase the sale price of the animal, regardless if you ultimately purchase the animal, which helps the 4-H and FFA youth realize a profit on their market animal project.

A buyer has two options for their purchased animal:

1) RESALE – select this option if you want the purchased animal to be sent to the floor buyer at the floor price. You will be responsible for paying the difference between the bid price and the floor price, which may be tax deductible.   The animal will be sent directly to the floor buyer by the CCJLA and you will not take possession of the animal.

2) PERSONAL USE—select this option if you want to have the animal processed for personal consumption. The CCJLA provides transportation to several local processors that are listed in the sale catalog. Buyers are responsible for contacting the processor with instructions and payment. This option also provides for live animal pickup between 6:00-7:30 am on the morning after the auction.

We welcome multiple buyers to purchase a single animal. Find a partner to go in with you on purchasing an animal.

Following a buyer’s successful bid for an animal, a CCJLA representative will deliver an invoice directly to the buyer. It is appreciated if buyers can remain in the same general location so that they can be easily located by the representative. The form will include options for the buyer to select so that the auction can accurately record the purchase and intended use. The form will include:

Animal Identification
(sale number and ear tag number), weight, price per pound bid and amount due.
Resale or Personal Use or Live Pickup Option

Buyer Information will be listed on the form and include buyer number, name, and contact information. The buyer signature certifies that they are authorized to sign for the purchase and accept responsibility for payment/collection of the amount due.
Buyers are expected to pay for their purchase(s) before leaving the fairgrounds at the CCJLA cashier table located on the north side of the auction ring. Checks are payable to: Clackamas County Jr. Livestock Auction (CCJLA)

Can’t Attend the Auction?

Just fill out the Absentee Buyer Form and have an auction committee member bid on your behalf.

The CCJLA is a 501(C)3 organization which means Add On donations or a portion of auction purchases, are tax deductible.

Advertising Opportunity

For every species, in the FFA and 4H Divisions, Champion and Reserve Champion livestock are chosen, based on market standards and overall quality of the animal. These animals will be the first of their species to sell, and buyers have the opportunity to get their photo taken with Champions, which will then be featured on our website, newsletters, or can be printed onto buyer cards which can be displayed and used as unique advertising opportunities for your local business!


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