Giddyup: Equine sale kicks off at Tech Farm
He said the money would be used to buy supplies, maintain the animals, help buy new animals or new bloodlines and other items the program may need.
With 61 animals up for auction — including show lambs and goat prospects, finished steers, hogs and lambs, commercial Brangus heifers, black Angus bulls and horses — Kennedy and the others involved in the auction expect a very successful year.
“We’ll have more animals than we’ve had in the last 10 years or so,” Kennedy said. “We’re selling more animals than we have in the past.”