Everyone PLEASE remember-your animals need to breath!
    Here are some guidelines when preparing to bring animals to auction:
  • Please make sure you make enough air holes when transporting animals in boxes and do not put
    too many in each box.  You should allow 1 square foot of space per animal.   Animals WILL DIE if
    packaged too tightly or without enough air.  
  • When bringing animals in plastic crates, add pine shavings or some other type of medium to absorb
    urine.  Smelly, wet animals do not sell well.  This is a REQUIREMENT, NOT a request!
  • If packaging in boxes it will save a lot of time at check-in if the contents (count, sex of the animal,
    breed, etc.) are marked on the outside of the boxes.  Be prepared to provide a count of any
    unmarked cages.
  • Also, please do not bring any animals that have not been weaned from their mothers.  Piglets must
    be no younger than 6 weeks old.  Babies must be proven to be weaned or bottle fed.        
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~Virginia's Oldest and Largest Poultry Auction~

Come celebrate our 10th Anniversary with us!
Saturday, October 4th, 2014
In conjunction with the Culpeper Farm Tour,
we will be celebrating o
ur 10th year in the auction
business
!  We will hold our regular
Poultry/Small Animal Auction starting at 9am.  
Come see what all the excitement is about!
Thank you to all who have supported us over the last
decade!  We truly have a wonderful auction family!
Seymour Auctions, LLC.
Auctioneer:  Charles Seymour
VAAR# 3209

540-972-7607 phone
540-840-5938 cell