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Western Video Market

Upcoming Sales

Lots featured by – Belle Fourche Livestock Auction

Dish Network Channel 998

*Click Here to See our WVM Sale Schedule*


(catalog deadlines are approx two weeks prior to sale date!)

Our Western Video Representatives would be glad to visit with you about all your video marketing needs. Upon filming the livestock we require a $5 filming fee with a 2% commission fee at the time of delivery. The producer is given a $40 down payment at the time of the sale.

Livestock auction markets protect you the producer by acting as the agent to transfer ownership from the seller to the buyer. They assume the risk of non-payment for a small cost . . . Commission. You the producer receive immediate payment backed by a bonded and regulated account!

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We would like to introduce you to Western Video Market. Western Video Market is a confederation of bonded Livestock Auction Markets and market representatives representing thirteen western states. Western Video Market was started in 1989 by Ellington Peek and John Rodgers and has already grown to the second largest video market in the country.

Western Video Market’s track record for higher prices and lower commission fee, along with a reputation for integrity and marketing skills have made it the number one video cattle auction in the world. Buyers from all across the United States know that the best cattle in the world come out of this five state area.

A few good reasons to market with Western Video Market:

  • Lower Commission Fee
  • Bigger Down Payment (We collect $40.00 – you receive $40.00)
  • Your cattle are represented by only livestock auction market people
  • Buyers know the cattle are represented by professionals
  • World class auctioneers that know the market and take a personal interest in your livestock
  • As always we continue to work 100% for you the seller

These upcoming calf and yearling specials will feature cattle from the 5 state area: