meyers small animal and bird auction

Meyers Auctions & Appraisals

12 September, 2015 10:00 am

Rabbits;  Ducks;  Chickens; Goats;

4 Toulouse geese – 1 1/2 years old – 3 ganders and a goose

A pair of Muscovys – drake 1 1/2 years old, hen 2 1/2 years old

A cockerel and pullet of black/partridge silkies hatched in March. 

2 red silkie cockerels hatched in March

2 pairs of breeding button quail

3 juvenile button quail

1 Leghorn cockerel hatched in April

A pair of Plymouth Barred rocks – cockerel and pullet hatched in April

A pair of Easter Eggers – cockerel and pullet hatched in May

Approximately 8 Easter Egger cockerels hatched in May

Heavy Horse harness parts 
Heavy Horse driving reins
2 cow halters
4 hay bags
4 horse halters
Light horse harness parts
Breast strap and tie down
2 bridles, set of reins, misc. parts
2 sets of Light horse driving reins, set of new reins
Bareback saddle pad
Guinea fowl chicks 
Ameraucana chicks,
pony foal weanling black filly,
4 year old stud mini,
16" saddle & misc tack.
Baby rabbit (Jerssy Wooly)

Sheep;  Miniature Horses;  Etc.

Accepting Consignments Call Brad at 204-476-6262 to consign or better yet email [email protected] with your consignment & pictures if possible.


1.  Commission will be 17.5 % of sales for preregistered entries.  Entries after SEPT 07, 2015 will be charged a 30% commission on all sales. Late entries will be sold at the end of the auction.

2.  Everything will be sold unreserved to the highest bidder.

3.  All entries are to be clean and in good health.  Any entries deemed unfit for auction will be refused.

4.  All entries must be crated with the containers constructed so that the public can see the contents without removal from the crate – screened front or sides.  All entries will be sold with the crate that they arrive in. 

5.  All entries will be identified with the

i) Consignors full name, address, & phone number.

ii) Breed, sex & number of animals in the crate.

iii) Lambs, Goats and any other animals that require it are to have proper ear tags.

6.  Entries will be sold times the money – a box with three ducks in it selling for $ 50.00 each would be $50.00 x 3 = $ 150.00 total.

7.  Larger animals – ie horses, donkeys, etc. –  may be accepted for auction, they must be halter broke or will be sold from the stock trailer they came in.  There will be no pens available at this time.  Contact the Auctioneer if you have any questions about selling larger animals.

8.  The Auctioneer will control the sale order and determine how the entries will be sold at all times. 

9. Regulations subject to change without notice.


Announcement: Information contained herein is presented on behalf of the seller. Meyers Auctions & Appraisals, agent for the seller, cannot guarantee the information to be correct or assume the liabilities for errors and omissions. All lines drawn on maps are approximate. Buyers should verify the information to their own satisfaction. Any announcements made from the auction block on day of auction will take precedence over any matter of print and will be final.