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Next sales-  Aug 22, Sept, 12, 26,2020 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. Aug 22nd


Notice:  We  have been notified of a ban on rabbit sales from the Ok Dept of Ag.  We will NOT be accepting rabbits until this ban is lifted.  We were told Sat. they expect it to be in place thru Sept but could be lifted at that time.

Notice: We have been advised from the OK Dept of Ag that there have been 16 cases of Vesicular Stomatitus Virus in Equine.  For some reason they have ask that ALL animals in the following counties be inspected by a Vet before transporting out of those counties.  Please check with your local Vet for more information as to whether you need a health certificate before transporting. The counties infected are Adair, Cherokee, Craig, Nowata, Osage, Ottawa, Rodgers, Tulsa, and Washington.  Most counties have only had 1 incident. If your animals have issues of something like sore mouth they will not be accepted for the sale.  We don’t usually take them if we catch it any way but everything will be checked this sale closely.

It’s Summer 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. Goats can look fine one day, be droopy the next, and dead the next if you don’t get them treated. Or they can gradually lose weight and have scours.  If they hang their head and tail check them out or if they are coughing a lot.   Don’t let parasites rob you of profits. See issues pages  I have had 2 people come in last year that said they lost a bunch to parasites early.  If it’s wet watch for parasites.  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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