Buying a slaughter-bound horse has no guarantee except that you are saving a life.
All "on the feedlot" horses belong to a kill buyer and are destined for slaughter in Canada. We do not know the history of these horses and are only able to represent what we experience while handling them. Buying a slaughter-bound horse has no guarantee except that you are saving a life. While we deal with straight sales and have no control over the horse when it is in the hands of it's new owner. We strongly suggest all horses are quarantined before they are released into an established herd and that a Vet is called to perform an exam as soon as possible upon arriving at it's new home.
By using this website and/or any features thereof, user understands and agrees that all Assessments are subjective, and offer no guarantee or warranty of any kind for any animal, under any equine law, implied warranty, or expressed warranty of any kind, state and/or federal. By using this website, user understands and agrees that each horse is sold "as is." User is invited and recommended to consult a professional veterinarian prior to purchase. User agrees to hold the Rebels, and members of the Assessment team harmless in the event of any injury or any other loss or injury resulting from the horse bought. In the event any provision of this disclaimer is deemed to be void, invalid, or unenforceable, that provision shall be severed from the remainder of this disclaimer so as not to cause the invalidity or unenforceability of the remainder of this disclaimer. All remaining provisions of this disclaimer shall then continue in full force and effect. If any provision shall be deemed invalid due to its scope or breadth, such provision shall be deemed valid to the extent of the scope and breadth permitted by law
Truck deadline is Friday unless otherwise posted.
Home offers need to be in as soon as possible ~ if you are interested in a horse, contact Sam at 509-952-3866
Quarantine at a facility of your choice, is strongly advised as these horses have possibly been exposed to strangles.
Upper respiratory infections, thrush, superficial injuries, stone bruises, lice and worm infestation are also common issues.
Please note: There is NO mandatory QT. If you wish to QT your horse at Camelot Farm ( 509-952-3866 ) until you can make arrangements to pick the horse up, these are the quarantine conditions:
No horses are allowed on Camelot Farm without a vet account opened and a bottle of penicillin and Zimmectrin Gold wormer purchased. You will also need lice powder, ointment (vetricyn spray) (if the horse is photographed with an injury) and a halter, which you can purchase by opening an account with the local feed store/co-op (509-966-3820). Pre pay by cc for your items and Sam will stop on the way to the feedlot to pick up meds, powder and the halter.
No horse will be allowed on the property without conformation that a vet account has been opened. Please speak with Amanda at Animal Medical Services 509-965-2154 .
Sam will begin ALL treatments at the feedlot before loading your horse up and transporting it to quarantine.
$40 Penicillin - Combi-Pen long acting 300,000 parts per ml (meaning double the strength then the feed store type)
$15 Wormer - Zimectrin Gold - hits tape worm
$15 per day boarding fee
$55, ($35 per head, for more than one) hauling fee
If horses need to stay longer than 3 weeks, they need to be vaccinated for Rhino/West Nile and be wormed again - at the owners expense. Horses will then be moved to the long boarding area - pastures 100 x 500.
All arrangements and payment must be made ahead of time.
No two horse, straight load trailers will be allowed to collect Horses from QT. When arranging to collect a Horse from QT, you must bring a safe means of transport for your horse and if you don't, please know you will be charged a daily rate for however long it takes to make alternate arrangements. No exceptions.