Kansas Auctioneers Association Livestock Contest

Thursday, December 16, 2021 11:00 AM

Schneider Auction Service
    720 S Fossil, Russell, KS US



    RUSSELL, KS: Russell Livestock, LLC will host the Fourteenth Kansas Auctioneer’s Association Livestock Market Auctioneer’s Competition on Thursday, December 16, 2021. Auction time is 11 AM with competition starting at 1 PM. The KAA and Russell Livestock, LLC are looking forward to a great competition with entries from across Kansas.

    Contestants must be sponsored by a Kansas Livestock Market. Past winners include Charly Cummings (2011 World Champion), Lynn Langvardt, 3-Time World Qualifier, Brian Little (2-time World Reserve), Blaine Lotz (2014 World Champion), Mike Bailey (3-time World Qualifier), Justin Banzhaf, Neil Bouray Qualifier, Russell Sleep, World Runner-up and 2019 World Champion, Ethan Schuette (2018 KAA Champion) and Kyle Layman, Rookie of year in World Contest 2016.

    Contestants are judged with the same criteria used in hiring an auctioneer including: voice quality, chant, clarity, bid catching ability and execution of the auction and buyer/seller relations. A qualified three judge panel will be utilized to determine placings during an actual, live cattle auction. Kansas is rich in quality livestock auctioneers as attested by former champions with two world champions and numerous world top qualifiers.

    Brandon Frey, 13th Kansas Competition Winner, will serve as MC. The Kansas Auctioneer’s Association and Russell Livestock, LLC would like to extend an invitation to everyone to attend on Thursday, December 16, 2021 to hear and see some of the best auctioneers Kansas has to offer.

    If you have questions or need more information, please contact; Jason Schneider at 785-650-2433,  Don Hamit at 785-425-8123 or Cindi Siggs, Executive Director, KAA at 316-208-6151.

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