Mid Ohio Alternative Animal and Bird Sale - 20 September 2013 - 8:00am
The Mid Ohio Alternative Animal and Bird Sale is held 3 times a year. Animals range anywhere from domestic to exotic with over 200 different species being offered for sale. The auction is governed by USDA officials and all animals and birds must meet requirements in compliance with the Ohio Wildlife Laws and the Dept of Animal Industry of Ohio. All out of state animals must have an entry permit and Health Certificates. This information can be obtained from your local veterinarian or the Dept of Animal Industry in Ohio 614-728-6220. Auctioneers: Dean Beachy, Jake Schlabach, Jr Miller, Arlen Yoder, Atlee Shetler, Jason Miller, Aden Yoder, Walter Zimmerman, John D Yoder, Myron Miller, Orus Mast, Daniel Schrock, and Ryan Yoder. For a flyer to this auction call the Auction office @330-674-6188 or see below to download flyer if available.
8:00 AM - Peafowl, waterfowl, pheasants, bob white, quail followed by Warm Room Animals (pet shop, primates, hamsters, hedgehogs, exotic birds, house birds etc) Kangaroos and Wallabies will sell at 6:00 PM or immediately following last cage. Swans will follow.
Ring 2 : 9:30 AM - Exotic Sheep, Goats followed by Russian Hogs
Ring 3 : 9:00 AM Domestic Animals in cages
Outside: 10:00 AM - Cages, stands, fencing, panels, etc.
Notice: No bears, tigers, cats, wolves (including hybrids) are permitted at any of our sales. All Primates are banned except for Marmosets, Cappuchins, Lemurs and Squirrel Monkeys.
All animals coming from out of state must have health papers and entry permit upon arrival. See attached flyer for animal regulations. To contact the Ohio Dept of Agriculture 614-728-6220.
Commissions: 17% on 1st $100.00, 12% on next $400.00 and 8% thereafter. Minimum: $7.50 for sheep, goats, pot belly pigs. $10.00 other hoof stock. $2.00 minimum on all other items per lot.
200 head of Sheep from 1 farm: They will consist of a few Mouflons and the rest a mixture of Texas Doll, Barbado, Painted Desert and Black Hawaiian. Group will consist of Adult Rams, approximately 20-25 Yearling Rams, 20-25 Yearling Ewes, 80+ Ewes with 2013 lambs at side. Photos Below:
2.3 Breeder Kinkajou
3.2 Breeder Four-Eye Opossum
0.1 Baby Virginia Opossum
1.0 Two Toe Sloth
2.0 Bottle Baby tame Kinkajou
2.0 Bearded Dragon
0.1 Ribbon Snake
0.1 Mexican Black Kingsnake
1.1 Black Breast European Sparrow
1.1 Breeder Blue Front Amazon, proven
3.3 Baby Bebe Parrot
1.1 Silver Beak Scarlet Tanager
1 Tame Talking Cockatoo
0.2 Tame Talking Blue and Gold Macaw
0.1 South American Red Six Band Armadillo
0.0.5 Baby Ferret
2 Young Porcupine
10.10 Flying Squirrel
1.1 South American Paca
Click below for 2013 Spring Report:
Click below for Sale Flyer and Health Regulations
|2013 Spring Alternative Market Report.pdf||29.76 KB|
|2013 Exotic Flyer September.pdf||2.46 MB|