2024 AABP Amstutz Scholarship Auction

The Amstutz Scholarship committee will be sponsoring a benefit auction at the 2024 AABP Conference. All proceeds from this auction will go toward further enhancing the premier student scholarship program of the AABP. A live auction will be held during the Friday night social event. A simultaneous silent auction will be held with items on display and available for bidding on in the exhibit hall. On-site bidding opens Thursday morning at 8:00 when the Exhibit Hall opens and continues until 4:00 pm Friday. You do not have to be present to purchase an item at the silent auction.

Items will be available to view and bid on in the exhibition hall during exhibit hours. Winners of the items will be able to pay for and claim their purchase at the AABP registration desk. Successful absentee bidders will be contacted by the AABP Office for payment and shipping information.

During the Friday Night Social Event, a live auction will be held as part of the evening festivities.


Auction Items

  Item #, Title Donor Fair
Market
Value
Purchaser
10 Hours of RACE-approved CE and LAC&E Swag Set  Large Animal Consulting & Education $500  
AVMA PAC Yeti Food Bowl  AVMA PAC $50  
Bundle of Udder Tech Gear  Udder Tech Inc. $215  
Draxxin®KP (tulathromycin and ketoprofen injection) Injectable Solution  Zoetis $5,155  
ENDOVAC-Beef or ENDOVAC-Dairy Vaccine (24 Bottle Case)  ENDOVAC Animal Health $1,500  
Ferndale Farmstead Artisan Cheese Sampler  Ferndale Farmstead LLC $150  
Green Hill cheese (2 wheels) from Sweet Grass Dairy in Thomasville Georgia  Emmanuel Rollin $30  
Prairie Pure Cheese gift box  Brian Gerloff, DVM $50  
Support Your Local Veterinarian Bundle  CalfVet, LLC $89  
Sweet Grass Dairy - Georgia Gouda (x2)  Emmanuel Rollin $26  
Taste of Vermont  Carie Telgen $100  
Thomasville Tomme Cheese (2 packs) from Sweet Grass Dairy in Thomasville, Georgia  Emmanuel Rollin $22  
USDA Prime Signature Gift Box Set from Kansas City Steak Company  Norbrook, Inc. $450  

Comments/Suggestions/Problems should be directed to Steve Johnson