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2017-2018 AISD Animal Prices

2017-2018 Alvarado FFA Animal Prices

 

All money for market animals will be due as listed below.  Please provide a cashier’s check, personal check or cash for the purchase of your project. $20 FFA Dues and money for your pen need to be purchased with a separate cashier’s check, personal check or cash.  See your Ag  science instructor for details.  Read the following information carefully because there have been some changes.  

 

For all animals prices listed below, are minimum requirements. If you wish to add more money to the purchase of your animal you may do so.

 

Steers

Cost: $2500 ($2500 plus $20 FFA Dues)

Money Due: April 20th, 2018

Pen rent: $150.00

Total: $2670.00

 

Lambs

Cost: $600 ($600 plus $20 FFA Dues)

Money Due: September 8th, 2017

Pen rent: $100

Total: $720.00

 

Goats

Cost: $500 ($500 plus $20 FFA Dues)

Money Due: September 8th, 2018

Pen rent: $100

Total: $620.00

 

Pigs

Cost: $400 ($400 plus $20 FFA Dues)

Money Due: September 29th, 2017

Pen rent: $100

Total: $520.00

 

Broilers

Cost: TBA

Arrival: TBA

Pen rent: Animals must be kept at home!

Total: TBA

 

Rabbits

Breed:  Californian

Cost: $180 ($180 plus $20 FFA Dues)

Money Due: September 8th, 2017

Arrival: TBA

Pen Rent: $50

Total: $250.00

 

* Ag Mechanics Projects and Youth Fair Items are due November 1st

 

For each project, the student is responsible for securing feed and ensuring the animal is cared for.  Eligibility check will be completed December 22nd , 2017 before the date of the show (“No pass, No play” rule is in effect).  If an ineligible student has a project in the barn, the animal will have to be removed from the barn by December 29th, 2017 before the start of the 2017 Johnson County Livestock Show and Auction.  You must be enrolled in one agri-science course to be eligible to exhibit a project.

 

Purchase of a livestock project(s) is not required of a student to be enrolled in an agricultural course, or to participate in the Johnson County Livestock Show and Auction.  Students may also enter ag mechanics projects and youth fair projects to be a participant of the show and auction.  Each exhibitor must be a paid FFA member, in good standing with their respective chapter.

 

In addition the payment of the project, students need to turn in an entry form, w-9, show rule agreement, barn rule agreement (if the project is kept in the barn), medical form, and permission slips at the time the animal is purchased.

 

 

 

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