If you want to sell any CANADIAN BORN CATTLE, you must inform the office and sign an affadavit. avit. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE COULD RESULT IN RECEIVING NO VALUE FOR YOUR ANIMAL(S).
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: We're looking for several individuals who can sort or handle cattle. If you have an interest in working one or two days a week, give us a call.
UNLOADING TIMES Cattle to be sold: Outgoing Cattle: Night before sale day: until 10pm Night after sale: All Night All other days: until 5pm All other days: 7am to 5pm
UPCOMING SALES & EVENTS
Tuesday, Nov. 4 - ALL BREED & VACCINATED SPECIAL
Thursday, Nov. 6 - VACCINATED SPECIAL plus AGE & SOURCE VERIFIED
Tuesday, Nov. 11 - STOCK COW & BRED HEIFER SALE Disp. 50 Blk&Red, 3-ST, Angus, March 30 Black 3-6yrs, Angus, Mar.15 Disp. 225 Red Angus, 3-ST, Red Angus, Apr. 1 50 Black 3yrs, Angus, Mar.15, all caring bull calves 10 F1 Bwf 3-8yrs, Sim-Angus, Mar.20 32 Black 4-ST, Angus, Apr.1 16 Black & Red bred hfrs, March & Apr calving Plus several other consignments of various ages
Thursday, Nov. 13 - ALL BREED CALF & REPLACEMENT SPECIAL
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
Tuesday, Nov. 18 - ALL BREED CALF SPECIAL
Thursday, Nov. 20 - ALL BREED CALF SPECIAL
Friday, Nov. 28 - THANKSGIVING STOCK COW & BRED HEIFER SALE - 2500 Head
We haven't seen many limit up or limit down moves in the grain markets lately, even after USDA reports. The record corn and soybean harvests are a supply factor that's hard to outweigh. And as prices have fallen, so shall the daily futures price limit.
DECATUR, Ill. (DTN) -- I popped in unannounced at a Bunge river terminal along the Mississippi River last week. A bright yellow poster detailing delivery restrictions on genetically engineered (GE) corn and soybean traits met me at the door.
In this week's Crop Tech Corner, researchers produce orange-colored corn with sight-saving capabilities, another Bt-soybean trait is deregulated in the U.S., and a government researcher is taking a closer look at frozen oats.