CANADIAN BORN CATTLE: If you plan to sell cattle that originated in Canada, you must inform the auction market in advance, and all of the necessary documents must be in order and must accompany the animal(s) when they are unloaded. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE COULD RESULT IN RECEIVING NO VALUE FOR YOUR ANIMAL(S).
CATTLEMEN: You may never have thought about working at an auction market, but now would be a great time to do so. WE'RE LOOKING FOR A FEW RELIABLE, HARD WORKING MEN AND WOMEN! We have quite a few part-time positions available such as riding alleys, penning cattle, sorting, and other areas, and maybe even something involving a computer. Most of our employees live and work their farms or ranches and help us out one or two days each week. Many have been here over 20 years, so there must be a reason why they do it. GIVE US A CALL - WE CAN USE YOUR HELP!
Incoming Cattle: Night before sale day: until 10pm All other days: until 5pm Outgoing Cattle: Night after sale: All night All other days: 7am to 5pm
UPCOMING SALES & EVENTS
Tuesday, Oct. 21 - ANGUS INFLUENCE CALF SPECIAL
Thursday, Oct. 23 - ALL BREED CALF SPECIAL
Tuesday, Oct. 28 - ALL BREED CALF SPECIAL
Thursday, Oct. 30 - ALL BREED CALF SPECIAL
Tuesday, Nov. 4 - ALL BREED CALF SPECIAL featuring VACCINATED CALVES
Thursday, Nov. 6 - VACCINATED SPECIAL including AGE & SOURCE VERIFEID
Tuesday, Nov. 11 - STOCK COW & BRED HEIFER SALE
Monday November 17th, 6:00 PM MT Dunn County Land Auction Auction to be conducted at Stockmen's Livestock West Sellers: John & Mark Jaeger Offering 640 acres +/- tillable land Land is located 11 miles north of Dickinson, North Dakota on highway 22, and 2 miles west, and1/2 mile south Legal: Parcel 1 is the south half section 9-141-96 ~ 320acres +/- Parcel 2 is the north half of section 16- 141- 96 ~ 320 acres +/- For viewing the Jaeger property contact: Shane Wolff : 701-983-4573 or 701-870-9090 Jim Erickson: 701- 290-4861 Mark Jaeger: 701-260-0449 For more information and photos check back to www.wolffauctioneers.com
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