San Bernardino County Fair Jr. Livestock Auction

San Bernardino County Fair Jr. Livestock Auction

It is one of the largest youth events bringing in exhibitors from all over San Bernardino County. Market steers, goats, lambs, swine and rabbits raised by youth from 4H, Grange and FFA are auctioned off to eager buyers from throughout the county raising over $200,000. The money the exhibitors earn is used to further their education and careers in Agriculture. The youth gain valuable life skills from raising their animals such as marketing, financial management, responsibility, ethics, positive sportsmanship and time management. Please come out and support the auction Live on May 30, 2020

San Bernardino County Fair Livestock Auction is one of the largest youth events bringing in exhibitors from all over San Bernardino County. Market steers, goats, lambs, swine and rabbits raised by youth from 4H, Grange and FFA are auctioned off to eager buyers from throughout the county raising over $200,000. The money the exhibitors earn is used to further their education and careers in Agriculture. The youth gain valuable life skills from raising their animals such as marketing, financial management, responsibility, ethics, positive sportsmanship and time management. Please come out and support the auction live at the fairgrounds on May 30th, 2020. 

Internet Buyer Premium: 15%
Sales Tax : 7.75% - Sales tax applied to invoice total, including Internet Premium.
Participation Requirements: Valid Credit Card required for bidding approval with a $200 pre-authorization charge to card. This will not be kept, this is only a pre-authorization. 
Payment Options: Visa, MasterCard, to be charged upon winning bid. 


Payment Instructions: Internet and BUYERS PREMIUM is a combined 15% and a 3.8% convenience fee if paid with a credit card . All prospective buyers must be at least 18 years old and are required to register with I-15 Auction prior to bidding. By using the bid number, the bidder acknowledges he has received, read, and understands and agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of the auction either on the bidders agreement or posted at the auction facility or online. The bidder offering the highest bid accepted by the Auctioneer shall be the purchaser of the offered lot, and no purchaser shall retract his bid. Purchaser accepts a lot when he makes a bid. You cannot retract your bid simply because you change your mind or decide the items costs too much. All sales are final.