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KEOCO AUCTION COMPANY LLC
603 S. WARREN ST., PO BOX 331, SIGOURNEY, IA 52591
OFFICE: 641-622-3535  ♦  FAX: 641-622-3429
Justin & Becky Abell

Upcoming Sales
NO SALE
MONDAY, MAY 16TH
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Special Cattle Sale - Monday, May 23
 

Market Reports
March 21, 2022:  Special Back to Grass Cattle Sale
February 21, 2022:  Special Cattle Sale
January 17, 2022:  Special Cattle Sale
January 10, 2022:  Special Preconditioned, Green Tagged Cattle Sale
January 3, 2022:  New Year's Calf & Yearling Sale
November 22, 2021 46th Annual Thanksgiving Special Cattle Sale
November 8, 2021 Special Cattle Sale
August 30, 2021 Special Cattle Sale & Appreciation BBQ
February 22, 2021 Special Cattle Sale
February 8, 2021 Special Cattle Sale
January 18, 2021 Special Feeder Calf Sale
January 11, 2021 Special Cattle Sale Featuring PC, GT Calves
January 4, 2021 45th Annual New Year's Cattle Sale
November 23, 2020 45th Annual Special Thanksgiving Cattle Sale
September 28, 2020 Special Cattle Sale
August 31, 2020 45th Annual Special Cattle Sale
February 3, 2020 Special Cattle Sale
January 13, 2020 Special Preconditioned GT Cattle Sale
November 18, 2019 Special Thanksgiving Cattle Sale
November 4, 2019 Special Cattle Sale
Sept. 23. 2019 Special Cattle Sale
August 26, 2019 Special Cattle Sale

Did You Know?

In 1971 the USDA published the first comprehensive study on the effects of feeding aflatoxin to livestock and poultry


Fact courtesy of the USDA



Abell Auction
ABELL AUCTION
For all your auction needs contact
Justin & Becky Abell
641-622-3535 or 641-660-8048
"Specializing in Farm, Machinery, Land & Residential."

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May 20, 1972
98th Preakness: Eldon Nelson aboard Bee Bee Bee wins in 1:55.6

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