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).
SALE SCHEDULE Consignors: Our cattle runs will get much smaller, so we encourage you to keep a close watch on our sale schedule. We may cancel a sale or two depending on the situation, and we would rather not have someone find that out when they back up to the chute. UNLOADING TIMES Starting May 1, our receiving and load-out times will be as follows: 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
Thursday, July 24 - NO SALE!!!
July 28-Aug. 1 - SUPERIOR WINNEMUCCA VIDEO AUCTION DEADLINE FOR THE SALE JULY 12
Thursday, July 31 - REGULAR SALE
Aug. 18-22 - SUPERIOR SHERIDAN VIDEO AUCTION DEADLINE FOR THE SALE AUG. 2
Thursday, August 7 - REGULAR SALE
Thursday, August 14 - REGULAR SALE & YEARLING SPECIAL
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