Lots can be tagged as Fancy in the New Holland market report at any weight. My understanding is that they are the butterballs with tight clean hides, not necessarily shorn, but not in long wool either. A good bloom on them. Usually they get this tag when their prices lies considerably outside the range of others in their weight class. For instance, last Monday 207 lambs in the 90 to 110 range, average weight of 100 lbs., selling for an average price of $174.66 with a range of $166 to $180. There was a separate line for 54 fancy lambs in the same weight range, averaging 103 lbs. selling for an average of $193.23 with a range from $190 to $196.
I used to occasionally get "fancy" prices on lambs that I sent to New Holland, and they had no way of knowing if they were wormed or vaccinated.