Livestock auction every Saturday at 11:30 AM.
Horse auction second Friday of every month, horses start at 6:00 PM.
Sat, 05/30 - Livestock Auction
Sat, 06/06 - Livestock Auction
Sat, 06/13 - Livestock Auction
Sun, 06/14 - Horse Auction
Monday-Friday 7AM - 2PM.
Saturday 7AM till end of auction.
Closed on Sunday’s, and second Friday of every month open from 7am-10pm.
Starting June 12th, the horse auction will be on the second Friday evening of every month. Horses start selling at 6pm.
Tack is online only. Bidding will open the Monday before the horse auction at 6PM, and start closing the Thursday evening before the horse auction at 6PM.
Starting June 12th, the horse auction will be on the second Friday evening of every month. The tack auction will be online only, closing the Thursday before the horse auction starting at 6pm. The horses will start selling at 6pm the second Friday of every month, simulcast live and online auction. Click on “Horse Catalog” in the menu to find our current catalogs.
Due to COVID-19, we ask that only serious buyers show up to bid live. Horses will be available all day Friday to preview. All pre consigned horses need to be checked in by 4pm Friday.
***We recommend registering to bid a few days before the auctions close. If you have trouble figuring out how to register we CAN AND WILL gladly help you out, Please call the office for assistance. 541-998-3353.
HORSES: Horses will be posted the week before the horse auction and pre bidding for horses will open up earlier in the week. LIVE bidding will start at 6pm Friday night. At home, you will see a live video and be hearing live audio of the auction, with the horse being ridden, led through, or loose in the ring. If you don’t have high speed internet, we recommend entering a max bid on the horse you want to bid on, so you don’t miss out on winning the bid on the horse. All horses will be shown and sold through live and online bidding.
CONSIGNORS: Get quality pictures in good lighting, and good videos! For videos we recommend showing you saddling and unsaddling your horse, picking up all 4 feet, all the gaits, loading and unloading in a trailer, and any other skills your horse knows, like ranch work, or trail riding. Buyers like to see pictures of both sides, front and rear, face and teeth. The no show/pull fee will now be $500/horse. Having an online auction exposes your horse to thousands more bidders, which makes your commitment that much more important after we post your horse online.
The auction starts at 11:30 every Saturday. We start with small animals, sheep, goats, pigs, bottle calves, then cattle, in that order. When selling animals please provide staff with your MAILING ADDRESS, and the name you want on your check.
Caged animals can be sold with or without the cage, it is the seller’s responsibility to retrieve their cage after their animal has sold (if they are not selling the cage with their animal) an employee can assist if needed.
Sheep, goats, bottle calves, chickens, rabbits and other small animals are unloaded on the south side of the main building. Sheep and goats are required by the state to have a scrapies tag. If your sheep or goats don’t have one, we will put one in for $1 per head. If you are selling registered sheep or goats, please bring registration papers to the office after you have dropped off your animals.
Cattle is unloaded on the north side of the building. You will need a transport slip (we can provide a transport slip when you unload, if you don’t have one). If your cattle are branded with a brand that is not yours, you will need to provide proof of ownership to the brand inspector when you unload your cattle. If you are selling your cattle as registered, registration papers can be handed to the office staff after you have unloaded your cattle.
All checks will be mailed the next business day, to the address you provide the staff when you unloaded your animals. You are welcome to pick up your check day of the sale, after all your animals have sold.
BOTTLE ANIMALS: Animals that are still on a bottle, can ONLY be dropped off day of sale, and if you buy a bottle fed animal, you MUST TAKE IT HOME day of the sale.
All caged animals must be taken home day of sale.