2008 Third Annual PCRBA/CSNFA Sale and Annual Meeting
Saturday 05 April, 2008
Center Laurel, Mississippi
Annual Meeting at 10:00 a.m.
Sale starts at 1:00 p.m. (cattle may be viewed from 10:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.)
It is time once again to hold our annual sale of sheep and cattle and to celebrate our
herding heritage and tradition. I hope everyone has made it through the drought with minimal difficulty and you and your stock
are doing well. We are planning to have a good sale this year so please make plans to attend.
an effort to improve the sale I (remember ya’ll put me over this) am making a few changes in order to improve the sale
and it’s quality. Having spoken with numerous other breed associations and auctions I have reached what I hope will
be decisions that enhance the program and will benefit all of us.
We will limit the number of cattle to no more than 45 head with no one selling more than 5 head.
are first come first served.
(3) We will have a consignment book with photos of the cattle to be offered.
All cattle must be in good physical shape and must be registered.
(5) We are going to have a program with advertisements
sold by the members of the organizations. This will help raise funds for the sale. Please see the back of this letter.
Some of you may be wondering what CSNFA stands for and I will now explain. The
Coastal South Native Flock Alliance was founded 07 April, 2007 by a group of dedicated native sheep producers in order to
promote and protect our Gulf Coast Native Sheep. Outside pressures and the need to preserve our cultural integrity necessitated
the formation of such a group and we are proud that the original families that have held these flocks for generations have
taken the lead to protect our flocks integrity and heritage.
Charlie Carter suggested that each producer, if so inclined, would donate one calf to the association and what it brought
would be used to put us in better financial shape. He and I both plan to do so and encourage others to do so as well.
We will be running the concession stand this year and are calling for volunteers.
If you would like to help please let me know.
We ask that anyone
with special crafts such as Mr. Amason”s ox yokes would please contact us and booth space will be provided. Jams, jellies,
quilts, and anything else Southern will be welcome. If you have any questions please contact me at 601.543.5173 or mail me
at P.O. Box 906 Ellisville, Miss. 39437. I look forward to seeing you there.
Ad prices for the program will be according to size of
ad placed. Business card ads will be $20.00; 1/4 page will be $30.00; ˝ page will be $45.00; and, full page ads will be $85.00.
Ads can come from a number of different categories. You can advertise your farm, complete with photos of cattle, sheep, children,
wife and dog. You can advertise your business. Everyone can sell ads to their banks, feed dealers, insurance agent, car/truck
dealer, or any one with whom you do business.
These ads must be
submitted by March 1, 2008 in order for them to make the printing deadline. If you have the information and photos you want
on your ad just mail them to Lynda Jarrell, 40 L J Farm Road, Petal, Ms 39465 or email to email@example.com.
We want to have a really nice program and advertise the cattle and sheep to everyone
picking up a program book. Please tell your advertisers that these ads will be tax deductible under the category of advertisement.
A copy of the program with a receipt for their ad price will be sent to every advertiser.