CANDIAC AUCTION MART
For our regular Friday sales, cattle will be received Thursdays from 12:00 - 8:00 pm
CCIA Tagging Information
Please note that all cattle marketed must be equipped with a CCIA tag. In order to comply with this program, please have your cattle tagged prior to bringing them to the Auction Mart. All cattle that are not tagged will be charged a fee, as it will be done at our facility.
Completion of Manifest
In order to ensure accuracy for processing producer payment, please have manifest clearly written with ownership and split-payment information (if required) as well as specific cattle markings and any other documents. For horse sales only, if you require GST on your payment you must provide a GST number on the manifest.
Good documentation accounts for business efficiency.
For optimum marketing of your cattle, Candiac Auction Mart gives you the producer the opportunity to promote your cattle by including information such as age verification, vaccination and herd health on your manifest. For more information on age verification visit the following website: www.canadaid.ca
Our Services Include
- Special or Private sale available on request
- Join the wonderful ladies at the Lariat Cafe for Lunch
Horse Sale Information
Effective July 31, 2010, it will be mandatory for Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) inspected facilities in Canada engaged in equine slaughter to have complete records for all animals (domestic and imported) presented for slaughter. These records will include unique identification for each animal, a record of illness and a record of medical treatments administered to the animal for the six-month period preceding slaughter. The template entitled "Equine Information Document" (EID) shall be used by equine owners to provide the required information for individual equine animals.
A completed individual animal EID contains a standardized description of the animal, as well as a comprehensive record of the equine's medical treatment for at least the preceding six months. The various options for identification, including the visual and written descriptions, are listed in the EID. The EID is intended to accompany the equine, at the time of ownership transfer, to the buyer of the animal. The EID requires a signed declaration by the owner of the equine as to the accuracy of the information recorded in the EID.
THE EID NEEDS TO COMPLETED IN BLUE INK, WITH ANY MARKINGS OF HORSE TO BE DRAWN IN WITH RED INK....Please read your forms before submitting.