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MVLA Sellers

Reasons to sell your livestock at MVLA

  • Large buyer attendance

  • Friendly service

  • Prompt payment

  • Easy handling of livestock

  • Advertised consignments

  • Licensed, Bonded, and Insured

Seller Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Q: When are checks mailed?

A: We mail checks the Monday after the sale. Please ensure your address is up to date if you are not picking up your check the day of the sale.

Q: Can animals be consigned beforehand?

A: If you would like to pre-consign livestock before a sale please email sales@mvlauction.com with details. Consignments are advertised on our website and social medias.

Q: Can I "NO SALE" an animal?

A: Yes. But all "no sales" must be called in the ring before the animal goes out the gate. There is a "no sale" fee.

Q: When should I bring my livestock to the barn?

A: The sale will start at noon, so the earlier the better. We recommend dropping livestock off between 9am and 11am.

Q: Why can't I see my name on the market report?

A: The market report is a "representative market" meaning that it does not list all animals that sold through the sale. 

If you have additional questions please contact us at 719-852-9500!

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Fee Schedule

Additional Seller Information

Beef Vaccination Forms

Vaccination is a critical component of cattle health management.  Good record keeping adds up to dollars in your pocket. To take advantage of this, please stop by the MVLA office and fill out the beef vaccination form with calving dates, vaccine records, and headcount information or you may also download the form on your computer, print, and bring it to the office.

Livestock Inspection

Livestock received at this facility are inspected by a licensed veterinarian. Livestock that can not be humanely marketed will be appropriately handled under the direction of the inspecting veterinarian.

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