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Old Oct 10th 2013, 05:14 PM   #1
 
  Aug 2012
  Waynesville, Ohio
Day 1 October 10 2013 lots 1-110



1-$1400.00

2-$1700.00

3-$1000.00

4-$600.00

5-$400.00

6- no bid

7-$400.00

8-$200.00

9-$550.00

10-$400.00

11-$200.00

12-$1700.00

13-$200.00

14-no bid

15-$1700.00

16-no bid

17-$200.00

18-$700.00

19-$1000.00

20-$300.00

21-$900.00

22-no bid

23-$250.00

24-$900.00

25-$200.00

26-$350.00

27-$900.00

28-$400.00

29,30,31- no bids

32-$800.00

33-$300.00

34-$2100.00

35-$200.00

36-$600.00

37-$300.00

38,39,40- no bids

41-$1000.00

42-$1000.00

43-$200.00

44-$200.00

45-$300.00

46- no bid

47-$350.00

48-$600.00

49-$200.00

50-$1400.00

51-$200.00

52-$500.00

53-$200.00

54-$500.00

55-$2000.00
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Old Oct 10th 2013, 05:44 PM   #2
 
  Aug 2012
  Waynesville, Ohio
56-$300.00

57-$200.00

58- no bid

59-no bid

60-$200.00

61-$400.00

62-$350.00

63-$200.00

64-no bid

65-no bid

66-$1000.00

67-$350.00

68-$1500.00

69-$400.00

70-$350.00

71-$300.00

72-$200.00

73-$850.00

74-no bid

75-no bid

76-$500.00

77,78 no bids

79-$650.00

80-$200.00

81-$200.00

82- no bid

83-$800.00

84-$200.00

85,86- no bids

87-$350.00

88-$1500.00

89-$900.00

90-$400.00

91-$2300.00

92-n/s reserve

93- no bid

94-$1100.00

95-$6000.00

96-n/s reserve

97-$500.00

98-$1500.00

99-no bid

100-n/s reserve

101-$1050.00

102-$550.00

103-n/s reserve

104- no bid

105,106,107 n/s reserve

108- no bids

109- n/s reserve

110-$700.00
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Old Oct 10th 2013, 05:48 PM   #3
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  Apr 2009
  Northeast Wisconsin

Cervid: Deer Farming
I didn't keep my book for this auction. Was it mostly does?
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Old Oct 10th 2013, 07:32 PM   #4
 
  Dec 2012
  Charlestown, In
There was about 160 stocker/breeder Bucks
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Old Oct 11th 2013, 04:12 AM   #5
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WOW cant pay feed bills on those prices....
 
Old Oct 11th 2013, 04:04 PM   #6
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  Apr 2009
  Northeast Wisconsin

Cervid: Deer Farming
Found the catalog and it was almost all does and doe fawns.
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Old Oct 11th 2013, 04:51 PM   #7
 
  Dec 2012
  Charlestown, In
The stocker/ breeder Bucks was not listed in the catalog.
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Old Oct 11th 2013, 05:13 PM   #8
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  May 2009
  Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Cervid: Whitetail Deer
Pretty bad sale if you ask me
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Old Oct 11th 2013, 05:28 PM   #9
 
  Dec 2012
  Charlestown, In
Yeah that's a understatement. I had a 140 class 8 point in it that sold for a big whopping $850

He was very aggressive that's the only reason I let him go.
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Old Oct 11th 2013, 05:31 PM   #10
 
  Aug 2012
  Waynesville, Ohio
I don't have the day two results hope they were better can someone please post!
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Old Oct 11th 2013, 05:58 PM   #11
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  May 2009
  Chillicothe, Missouri
It has been my observations and my opinion....................That most fall sales are not always super strong. Most have not sold their shooters,TB testing and some just dont want to buy anything that is not bred...............



But...............That has NO REFLECTION on the Buckeye Auction or its Staff!..........Prices were LOW............But IF You are an Actual Deer Breeder and NOT...........A Catalog Breeder Folks WOULD have noticed that ANYONE could have added an animal to their program that would have helped them produced BETTER Stockers and a Stronger Program based on PRODUCTION and Not on "Next Flavor of The Deer Industry"!



Stop and study some of the Lots available and WHAT it Cost..................To Produce that Animal and What it WENT For!



No.............. I DID NOT HAVE An Animal in the Buckeye Auction!



BUT....................I Did Do MY "Home Work" and Purchased Lot 32 to HELP ........MY Farm Produce Better ANIMALS...............Across the board!



Thanks Mark and Your Staff....................For Giving ALOT of Folks Place to Sell Animals!
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Old Oct 11th 2013, 06:11 PM   #12
 
  Dec 2009
  Dundee, Oh
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Originally Posted by Whitetail Sanctuary
It has been my observations and my opinion....................That most fall sales are not always super strong. Most have not sold their shooters,TB testing and some just dont want to buy anything that is not bred...............



But...............That has NO REFLECTION on the Buckeye Auction or its Staff!..........Prices were LOW............But IF You are an Actual Deer Breeder and NOT...........A Catalog Breeder Folks WOULD have noticed that ANYONE could have added an animal to their program that would have helped them produced BETTER Stockers and a Stronger Program based on PRODUCTION and Not on "Next Flavor of The Deer Industry"!



Stop and study some of the Lots available and WHAT it Cost..................To Produce that Animal and What it WENT For!



No.............. I DID NOT HAVE An Animal in the Buckeye Auction!



BUT....................I Did Do MY "Home Work" and Purchased Lot 32 to HELP ........MY Farm Produce Better ANIMALS...............Across the board!



Thanks Mark and Your Staff....................For Giving ALOT of Folks Place to Sell Animals!


Thanks. The buck auction did very good. Any bucks with the look brought great prices. The breeder auction was low but there were a lot of fawns. A doe fawn in the fall is next to impossible to sell unless they are very special. Special does did sell for good money. Thanks to all the bidders. Good luck with your purchases.
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Old Oct 13th 2013, 03:26 PM   #13
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111-$300

112-200

113-300

114-2700

115-n/s

116-out

117-out

118-out

119-out

120-2500

121-out

122-out

123-n/s

124-out

125-out

126-800

127-1750

128-out

129-500

130-1500

131-4500

132-n/s

133-out

134-1500

135-1500

136-out

137-1100

138-1500

139-out

140-200

141-800

142-1200

143-out

144-1600

145-1150

146-out

147-out

148-500

149-n/s

150-n/s

151-500

152-out

153-n/s

154-out

155-out

156-n/s

157-400

158-1000

159-1600

160-2400

161-n/s

162-900

163-n/s

164-out

165-4750

166-out

167-450

168-1750

169-out

170-600

171-out

172-450

173-400

174-550

175-n/s

176-out

177-1900

178-950

179-1500

180-700

181-out

182-500

183-850

184-out
 
Old Oct 13th 2013, 03:37 PM   #14
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John Millers Herd

201-1600

202-1200

203-200

204-500

205-1300

206-600

207-700

208-300

209-1600

210-200

211-600

212-600

213-1500

214-7500??? Not sure if this is correct

215-1500

216-6750 (Lil Bears Mother)

217-4000

218-700

219-450

220-1300

221-1800

222-600

223-1000

224-1400

225-2300

226-300

227-5500 (Lil Bears Womb Sister)

228-800

229-300

230-1600

231-1100

232-300

233-1300

234-1500

235-400

236-350

237-400

238-1900

239-600

240-600

241-350

242-1600

243-Sub 3900x2

244-700

245-400

246-1800

247-700

248-400

249-450

250-1400
 
Old Oct 13th 2013, 05:14 PM   #15
 
  Aug 2012
  Waynesville, Ohio
Awesome Ryan thank you!!!!!
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