Jan 9, 2017

special Calf and Yrling Sale at artist at Noon

Expecting  700 head


Jan 23, 2017

Special Calf &Yearling Sale starting at noon


Feb. 6, 2017

Special Calf and Yearling starting at Noon


Feb 20, 2017

. Special  Calf &Yearling Sale starting  At  Noon



 Go to the Cattle Tab and down to Early Listings to see preview

pictures and videos of some of the consigned cattle.

Mondays are our sale days. We have a very active feeder calf market And with 4 slaughter cow buyers we have a very strong slaughter cow and bull market.
Give any of us a call and we will be glad to come look at your livestock. Our goal is to get you the best price possible for you cattle.


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