CUMBERLAND — Youth in Cumberland County will showcase their laborious work because the 4-H Livestock Public sale as soon as once more returns to the Cumberland Honest.
The annual public sale might be held at 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 27 within the present area on the Cumberland Fairgrounds, 197 Blanchard Street.
All animals put up for bid have been acquired by and raised by 4-H exhibitors. By elevating the animals, youth study accountable animal care in addition to worthwhile life abilities, together with entrepreneurship, recording conserving and advertising and marketing. All cash from the public sale goes on to the 4-H youth who raised the animal. The funds are used to purchase further animals to lift for subsequent 12 months’s public sale or saved for school.
All livestock is 100% grain-fed and might be auctioned reside. This 12 months’s public sale consists of child beef, market lambs and market hogs. Bidders can bid from anyplace within the area by elevating a hand or bidding quantity. Instantly after the sale, consumers should pay the cashier onsite with money or test solely. For extra details about the public sale, go to the Cumberland Honest 4-H livestock public sale webpage.
Anybody who can not attend the public sale however needs to help native 4-H youth elevating livestock can donate to the Grey-New Gloucester 4-H Meals Pantry Mission. The GNG 4-H Meals Pantry Mission is led by native 4-H members in an effort to lift funds to buy two lambs and 4 hogs from the 4-H Livestock Public sale on the Cumberland Honest. The meat is then donated to the Grey and New Gloucester meals pantries. Donations of any quantity could also be despatched to GNG 4-H Meals Pantry Mission, PO Field 1012, Grey, ME 04039 by Sept. 25, 2023. Checks may be made payable to: GNG 4-H Meals Pantry Mission.
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