Can Anyone Register

Yes, provided that the applicant owns livestock within the UK and Ireland and is the holder of a valid herd number. If you are outside the UK and Ireland and you wish to bid you will then need to contact the office for approval. Remember that you only need to register if you intend to bid, you can still view all the action without the need to register.

How Do I Bid And Buy Animals?

Bidding on an animal is very straightforward. Below is a guide to help you get started.

Each listing or lot number is scheduled to open for bidding at a specific time slot.

Example: Lot 1 in the Caramba sale on the 21st April 2018 is listed to open & accept bids between 3 pm and 3.10pm.  (Remember, to bid you must be registered and logged in)

After the opening bid is placed, each follow-on bid will be in €100 increments.

When your bid is winning while the auction is live, a winning badge will be displayed within the main photo to indicate that your bid is currently the winning bid. The winning badge will disappear when you have been outbid. In addition, once a user makes a bid he/she will be notified via email when they have been outbid and when they have won/lost the auction once it comes to an end.

When the timer is below 3 minutes and a bid is placed, an extra 2 minutes of time will be added to the auction.

Please if possible do not wait to place last second bids, because you run the risk of your bid not reaching our servers before the clock counts down. (this can be for many reasons, slow internet connection, another bidder placing his/her bid at the same moment as you. – if that happens the computer server will identify which bid was first.

If a proxy bid (Pre-bid, see section how proxy bid works) is in play against you, the computer server will recognize this and immediately outbid your bid.

How Does The Countdown Timer Work?

It is important that you make sure the clock on your device is synced with our auction timer at GMT + 1. If your clock is not synced you may miss out on the bid time frame.

For more information on how to do so follow this link:

Listing is open for 10 minutes. When the timer is below 3 minutes and a bid is placed, an extra 2 minutes of time will be added to the auction.

Please if possible do not wait to place last second bids, because you run the risk of your bid not reaching our servers before the clock counts down. (this can be for many reasons, slow internet connection, another bidder placing his/her bid at the same moment as you. – if that happens the computer server will identify which bid was first.

If a proxy bid (Pre-bid, see section how proxy bid works) is in play against you, the computer server will recognize this and immediately outbid your bid.

How Do I Sync My Devices Clock

Follow the link for our step by step video tutorial on how to sync your device’s clock, follow this link

It is important that you make sure the clock on your device is synced with our auction timer at GMT + 1. If your clock is not synced you may miss out on the bid time frame.

Listing is open for 10 minutes. When the timer is below 3 minutes and a bid is placed, an extra 2 minutes of time will be added to the auction.

How Are Animals Delivered?

This depends on the seller of the herd. Delivery arrangements will be communicated separately for each auction normally on the auction welcome section / Terms of sale.

If you are unable to bid online but want to place a bid can I still do so?

Yes, The Pedigree Sales office team will register your details via a telephone call to the office and they can place a Proxy (Pre-bid) on your behalf. Please indicate your intention to use this option any time before the sale day itself.

Can one visit the farm to see the sale cattle prior to or during the sale period

Yes, each auction will have its own arrangements for viewing the cattle this maybe over a period of time or a specific date and time period. Full details will be communicated for each auction group. See welcome page!

Are the animals offered for sale compliant with all the department regulations?

Animals must meet with all departmental regulations prior to the movement of livestock from farm to farm. It’s the responsibility of both the Seller & Buyer to be compliant in this manner.
Pedigree Sales is not responsible in any way for the provision of departmental regulations.

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