Terms and conditions

  1. 1. Cattle represented on this contract will be delivered to buyer, in the parameters of the contract, if Federal and International Law Allows.

  2. 2. Upon receipt of contract Buyer agrees to pay Alamo Livestock Marketing, Inc. $40.00 per head, as “PARTPAYMENT”, based on the estimated number of head stated on contract. This sum will be deducted from final payment when cattle are delivered. 

  3. 3. All Cattle are sold in load lot increments. A load of cattle is defined as a minimum of 46,000 pounds and maximum of 49,000 pounds. Alamo is not responsible for overload fines as long as the maximum weight is not exceeded or buyer takes responsibility prior to loading.

  4. 4. Freight adjustments may be granted in the event seller fails to deliver within 95% of contracted head-count of “deliverable” cattle. No freight adjustment is warranted when head-count is presented but cattle are underweight. Buyer is not required to accept the specified number of head sold if loads exceed 49,000 pounds.

  5. 5. Alamo Livestock warrants that pictures & written descriptions are a fair representation of cattle for each contract. If the Alamo representative, at delivery, deems the livestock presented DO NOT fit the description on the contract, the Buyer will have the right to renegotiate for the cattle presented, demand suitable cattle are found to replace, or deem contract Null & Void. At which time his partial payment will be returned.

  6. 6. All cattle are sold F.O.B. delivery point as defined on contract. Buyer is responsible to have the required number of trucks at the specified time and location. Alamo Livestock Marketing, Inc. will not be responsible for unforeseen charges brought on by delivery delays due to circumstances beyond its control.

  7. 7. If buyer or his agent is present at delivery and the livestock are removed by carrier, such action constitutes irrevocable acceptance of the livestock by Buyer. If buyer is not present at delivery buyer shall notify Alamo Livestock Marketing, Inc. of any grievance regarding any livestock with in twenty-four (24) hours after arrival. Failure to do so shall constitute irrevocable acceptance of the livestock and bind him to pay the contract price for the livestock.

  8. 8. Purchase weight is controlled and determined by U.S. Customs Brokers at each port of entry. Alamo Livestock Marketing, Inc. is required to use those weights less any weigh backs to arrive at purchase weight to buyer.

  9. 9. Any class of cattle contracted with a base weight of 575 pounds or less are determined “Out Of Contract” if their average pay weight exceeds 50 pounds over the base weight stated on their contract (example: 350 pound base weight 401 average pay weight). In this example buyer will have the option to accept, renegotiate or reject the lot.

    Any class of cattle contracted with a base weight exceeding 575 pounds will be determined “Out of Contract” if there average pay weight exceeds 75 pounds over base weight stated on their contract (example: 600 pound base weight 676 average pay weight). In this example buyer will have the option to accept, renegotiate or reject the lot.

    If buyer elects to reject the contract on “Base Weight” terms and conditions, Alamo Livestock Marketing, Inc., will promptly return his partial payment but, will not be responsible for any expenses incurred by seller or buyer.                                                                        

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