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Next sales-  Sept. 26, Oct 10, 24. Nov 14, 28, Dec 12,2020 Consignment sale at 3:30, Livestock starts at 5PM.  Sat. morning Check in starts at 8:30 till sale time- no appointment needed on Sat. On Wed, Thurs., or Fri. morning please make an appointment for us to meet you. We are usually there Friday afternoons from 3-6 Sale weekend only. Please call 405 615 7065 if you want to schedule an appointment or for info.

 Consignments need to be there by 2 and livestock before 3 on Sat. if you want it advertised on Facebook. We take consignments till 3 and livestock till 5 or after until the sale is over.

If you are planning on bringing stock let us know so we can advertise it on the web page as coming and maybe we can get some extra buyers for your livestock ...but we post everything on the web page by noon Fri. so get that info to us by then.  Help yourself by letting us advertise what you are bringing. Pictures are posted on Facebook after livestock is received Fri. night or Sat. morning.


Next Sale Sat. Sept 26


Notice:  The ban on rabbit sales has been lifted as of Sept 24. They suggest if purchasing rabbits to quarantine for at least 10 days but are no restrictions on selling now.  We will be accepting rabbits for sale Sat.

We have had several call already about bringing stock Sat.  Also one call from a buyer wanting to buy.

Have one lady bringing some kids.

Some people bringing show stock.

We have a man bringing some heavy bred hair sheep, some with lambs on the side and a ram.  His wife said you are too old to keep these this winter so he’s selling. (Keeping the wife happy!)  If you are looking for some to add to your herd this is the time to get some that are heavy bred and have a crop soon.

We have 10 ram lambs hair sheep coming.

We have about 6 goats and some Barbedoe ram lambs coming.

Got some grass hay coming again this weekend.

I was bothered by something this last weekend.  We had a bunch of kids (children) there, running in and out of the building, never shutting a door, and no parents anywhere close.  They were playing outside and I’m sure with being cooped up they enjoyed the day.  However in this day and time do you really want your children playing unsupervised outside.  There are predators everywhere trying to kidnap children.  There are children who have been exposed to this virus and could infect your kids.  We had people from everywhere and many new people who had never been there before.  Please supervise you children and watch for their safety.  I like to have a family affair but in these times you must be careful.  You do not know who to trust around your children. You read things everyday where children are abducted.  Please supervise them.  We are not a day care and do not have time to watch your kids but employees passing thru checking on things reported that they were unsupervised and was concerned.

According to Ranch and Rural Living or Goat and Sheep magazine the reason for prices staying up is demand.  There isn’t enough meat because of selling off stock last year in the drought and people are wanting to restock or just start raising goats or sheep.  They have seen the value of having a  clean pasture of weeds and brush. How long is this demand going to exceed the market production who knows.

Beware of buying stations and buyers who come to the farm to buy.  You may be selling for a lot less. Goats and sheep are in short supply and bringing good prices.  Don’t sell yourself short. Know what they are bringing at the sale and KNOW your weights.  We’ve been told by several people they did this then looked at our market report and found they lost money.

It’s FAll and wet!!!  Remember in wet weather the parasites are more problems.   Stay on top of it.  Do not feed on the ground and rotate pastures if you can.  Don’t let parasites rob you of profits.   And if they hit don’t just worm once do it every 5-7 days for 3 or 4 times to clean them up. Wormy or sick goats don’t bring much money and dead ones sure don’t.  Watch them closely in wet weather.

Occasionally we have someone who wants to sell a Llama or Pyrenees or Anatolia or crossed Pyr/Ana guard dogs and we will sell them.  We do not sell other mixed breeds of dogs. The other common used guard animal is a donkey and we do not sell those.

We get extra Goat and Sheep magazine and Ranch and Rural Living magazines and you are welcome to pick up either one or both. They have some really good articles.  We lay these out on the tables and you can take one if you like.



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