Small Animal Auction, Keytesville, MO - 2nd Saturday of the month

Discussion in 'Chickenstocks, Shows, Meet-Ups' started by Fudgie, Feb 19, 2009.

  1. Fudgie

    Fudgie Hatching Queen - Got Fudge?

    There is a small animal sale the second saturday of each month in Keytesville, MO.
    Directions from Hwy 24 at KEytesville, MO take Hwy 5 north approximately 4 miles to the site with a brown barn/green roof on the West side of the road. Or from Hwy 36 at Marceline, MO Exit, take Hwy 5 South approximately 18 miles to the site. Follow the signs. You can see it from Highway 5 easily!

    They start with small animals and follow with Miscellaneous items Chickens, Geese, Ducks, Turkeys, rabbits, Goats and Many other Small animals. they cannot sell cats and dogs.

    Lunch window open.

    They start at 12:00 and take consignments that day. 660-413-3250 or 660-28/8-3250 for more info.

    March 14
    April 11
    May 9
    May 30 (special sale)
    June 13
    No sales in July
    August 8
    August 29 (special sale)
    Sept 12
    October 10
    October 31 (special sale)
     
  2. Peeper

    Peeper Chillin' With My Peeps

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    What type of small animals are there usually?
     
  3. Fudgie

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    Quail, Pheasant, Chickens of all breeds, Peacocks, turkeys, some caged birds(parakeets etc) they have stuff like leadropes, halters, other assorted stuff. Eggs for hatching, OHHH they just added amish baked goods! MMMM they are good. hatched chickens and hatched quail.

    They have potbellied pigs, feeder pigs, pygmy goats, dairy goats, small ponys, bucket calves, and big horses.

    At each sale they may or may not have every type listed above, you can always call Tony and find out what is there that morning or if he knows what will be there. They ALWAYS have chickens and ducks and peacocks and turkeys. and should for the majority of the sales have hatchlings.

    They also have outside stuff like fencing supplies, sometimes egg laying systems(just boxes for them to lay eggs in 3 wide by 3 tall like that)
     
  4. Peeper

    Peeper Chillin' With My Peeps

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    That sounds right up my alley!!
     
  5. Peeper

    Peeper Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Wonder what the SPECIAL sale is on may30th??
     
  6. Fudgie

    Fudgie Hatching Queen - Got Fudge?

    Quote:Their special sales are just an extra sale so they can get in 2 per month instead of just one. It used to be only Sunday sales and the special sales were on saturday to let the Amish come to the sales. This year they are ALL on Saturday and they are just having extra ones
     
  7. mud_on_the_tires22

    mud_on_the_tires22 New Egg

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    We just went to the sale in Tina, MO today and were told that the commission on small animals (chickens,turkeys,rabbits,etc.) was 15% before the sale had started...by the office manager. Well turns out, the commission was really 30%!! The lady in the office just misinformed us I guess. This seems like a lot for commission! They didn't offer to give us any money back or anything even though they told us wrong. Is this a lot or about normal for these types of sales? Does anyone know what the commission is at Keytesville?
     
    Last edited: May 15, 2010
  8. Fudgie

    Fudgie Hatching Queen - Got Fudge?

    YES, they charge 30% for small animals for Tina. IT SUCKS!!! I was told that they do that because they don't want to sell the chickens and ducks and smaller animals. they want to sell goats and sheep and hogs and such.

    Keytesville does not charge that much. I don't remember but it is not too bad.
     
  9. Colonel77

    Colonel77 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    20% at Keytesville
     
  10. Dee 3

    Dee 3 Out Of The Brooder

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    What is the name of the sale barn or what is the address would like to go this weekend
     

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