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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
 
Wednesday, Apr. 23 - OPP ANGUS SALE - 85 bulls, 40 open heifers

Thursday, Apr. 24 - FEEDER CATTLE & GRASS CATTLE SPECIAL
Plus 15 Blk&Bwf Bred Heifers Calving May&June

Monday, Apr. 28 - ND ANGUS BULL TEST SALE - 80 Top Bulls from across the State

Tuesday, Apr. 29 - BOESPFLUG TRAILER INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE 10am
For full sale bill hit this link www.talktrailers.com
Guest consignment: 1974 C60 Chevy 2 ton truck
18ft Frontier steel box, power steering, twin post hoist

Thursday, May 1 - FEEDER CATTLE & REPLACEMENT HEIFER SPECIAL

Tuesday, May 6 - WEIGH UP SPECIAL plus COW-CALF PAIRS 11AM
PAIRS        
25 Angus 2yrs Black  Came out Isaaks
20 Red&Blk 2-7 Black   
20 Angus 4-ST Black   
20 Black 2yrs Black   
18 Red 6&7 Red&Rwf bull clvs  
11 Bwf 3yrs Black   
15 Red&Blk 3-5yrs Black   
10 Black 2yrs Black   
10 Black ST Black   
149        


Tuesday, May 6 - ISAAK ANGUS PRODUCTION SALE 1PM
70 yearling bulls, 25 2yr old bulls, 60 fancy open heifers

Thursday, May 8 - REGULAR SALE plus HOLSTEIN STEERS

Saturday, May 10 - DOUBLE J SPRING HORSE SALE

Thursday, May 15 - REGULAR SALE plus DAIRY DISPERSION
Hutmacher Dairy Dispersion: 24 milking holstein cows 3-7yrs & 8 springer hfrs







 


Futures
@GF - FEEDER CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
May 14 179.625 179.900 179.550 179.875 0.275 179.600 10:08P Chart for @GF4K
Aug 14 184.075 184.350 184.025 184.325 0.275 184.050 10:08P Chart for @GF4Q
Sep 14 184.125 184.250 184.125 184.175 0.150 184.025 10:09P Chart for @GF4U
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Apr 14 144.650 144.750 144.650 144.750 0.500 144.250 08:16P Chart for @LE4J
Jun 14 136.300 136.650 136.300 136.450 0.600 135.850 10:08P Chart for @LE4M
Aug 14 135.200 135.400 135.200 135.350 0.450 134.900 10:07P Chart for @LE4Q
LC - LIVE CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Apr 14 143.950 144.250 143.750 144.250 0.325 144.250s 01:11P Chart for LC4J
Jun 14 135.300 135.850 135.125 135.850 0.750 135.850s 01:11P Chart for LC4M
@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
May 14 501'2 503'6 501'0 502'6 1'4 501'2 10:09P Chart for @C4K
Jul 14 507'0 509'6 506'6 508'6 1'4 507'2 10:09P Chart for @C4N
Sep 14 505'0 507'4 504'6 506'2 1'2 505'0 10:09P Chart for @C4U
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
May 14 689'0 693'6 688'0 692'0 3'0 689'0 10:08P Chart for @W4K
Jul 14 696'2 701'0 694'6 699'2 2'6 696'4 10:08P Chart for @W4N
Sep 14 705'0 708'4 704'0 708'0 2'4 705'4 10:08P Chart for @W4U
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