SOUTHEAST KIKO GOAT ASSOCIATION
2020 Fall Sale
Round-Up and Sale Recap
Georgia National Fairgrounds
New South Arena
November 20th & 21st 2020
What a relief! We were finally able to have our June Round Up and Sale in November. This past weekend was perfect. The weather was great, (there were no gnats) and everyone had a good time visiting and talking goats. We had a very good turnout, even with all the pandemic problems.
Out of the 79 lots in the sale catalog, there were 9 scratches and 14 substitutes. The total for the sale was $52, 300 with zero no sales.
3 Percentages sold for $1300 averaging $433
8 Purebred sold for $4450 averaging $556
2 Bucks sold for $1100 averaging $550
57 100% NZ sold for $45,450 averaging $797
There were 58 buyer numbers given out, with 29 of them purchasing animals. There were buyers from eight different states, with GA having the most with 13 buyers. AL came in second with 6 buyers. Lori Hood was the volume buyer, with 7 animals going home with her.
Highest Selling Doe
The high selling doe was sold by RL Peacock of Peacock Kikos in Broxton, GA, and was purchased by Todd and Renee Trotter of Trotters Pride Kikos in Anderson, SC for $1600. She was a 2yr old pregnant doe out of LFK Outlaws Iron Horse and SAF Springs Tootsie.
Sellers: RL Peacock of Peacock Kikos Buyer: Todd & Renee Trotter of Trotters Pride Kikos
Highest Selling Buck
The high selling buck was sold by Bob & Marilyn Seleska of Spring Acres Farm in Quitman. GA and was purchased by Megan Upshaw of Arcadia, FL for $750. He was a 10 month old buck out of TMK Machos Black Guy and DLD Jasmine.
Sellers: Bob & Marilyn Seleska of Spring Acres Farm Buyer: Megan Upshaw of Arcadia,FL
Give-Away Buck Winner
The winner of the give-away buck, donated by William & Cheryl Chancey of A-L-S Kikos, was Mike Smith from Reddick, FL.
The three contestants who placed highest in the kids skill-a-thon were:
1st place Avelyn Dockery from Broxton, GA, who won the 100% NZ doe, donated by Bob & Marilyn Seleska of Spring Acres Farm
2nd place Addison Daniels from Silar City, NC
3rd place Aaron Wiggins from Forsyth, GA
1st Place Winner
The Skill-a-thon for school kids took place Saturday morning. The winners were:
1st place Kaitlyn Mobley
2nd place Cole Smyth
3rd place Jarrett Hancock
The 1st place winner received a purebred doe donated by Bob and Marilyn Seleska of Spring Acres Farm in Quitman, GA.
1st place Avelyn Dockery from Broxton, GA, and Marilyn Seleska
All Skill-A-Thon Contestants
Outstanding Leadership Award
SEKGA honored Mr. Jerry Hancock for his years of outstanding leadership in our organization. Thank you for leading by example Jerry!
Event Photo Slideshow
We are hoping to be able to have another enjoyable event next year, so mark your calendars to be in Perry, GA on June 18 & 19, 2021. See you there!