Kist Livestock Auction

Kist Livestock, is owned and operated by Bill & Jerry Kist. It is one of the largest livestock auction markets in North Dakota selling over 5 million cattle since 1956.


Upcoming Sales Information

Kist Livestock

SALES INFORMATION

Below is current information on our sales

REGULAR  SALES Held every Wednedsay.

M0NDAY WEIGH-UP SALES:  Start Mid-October thru April.

PRODUCTION/SPECIAL SALESAs scheduled.

    ******  Kist Livestock hosts many production and special sales, including stock cow/bred heifer sales. Check our calendar for upcoming sales »

HERMANSON/KIST HORSE SALE: Held every Spring the 3rd weekend in March and every Fall the 3rd weekend of September or as scheduled. Learn more

QH Transfer Form: 

View Catalog Here

HORSE SALES:  As scheduled on upcoming sales.

SHEEP & GOAT SALESStarting in June thru Ocotober as scheduled.

 

Week of July 28-31 2019


Sunday, 28th

There are no events scheduled for this day

Monday, 29th

There are no events scheduled for this day

Tuesday, 30th

There are no events scheduled for this day

Wednesday, 31st

Regular Feeder Sale

 

Hermanson/Kist Spring Sale


Saturday May16, 2019

Coggins testing rules

Spring 2020 Consignment Forms and Terms and Conditions

Meat & Livestock Prices

Hermanson/Kist Spring Sale

September 20,21 2019
Sale Starts at 8am each day View Hermanson/Kist Horse Sale Fal 2019 Catalog Here



History

When Fred Kist Sr. leased the Morton county fairgrounds in 1942 to begin a tiny livestock auction, he probably had no idea it would grow to become a sprawling, modernized business that currently employees some 40 people.

The livestock business was located in South Mandan until 1956, when it relocated, moving to "The Strip" on Memorial Highway in Eastern Mandan. When the pavilion was officially opened 63 years ago, wire cutters were used to snip the barbed wire encircling the pavilion instead of the traditional scissors and ribbon. Since making the move, Kist has constructed a new roof over a portion of its yards, added a drive-thru chute for stock trailers, offers a free truck wash, implemented new vet facilities and installed a computerized ring scale.

Today, Kist Livestock, owned and operated by Fred & Bill Kist, is one of the largest livestock auction markets in North Dakota selling over7 million cattle since 1956.

In June of 2006, Kist Livestock Auction was awarded "The Granite Award" by the Bismarck-Mandan Chamber and the Excellence in Business committee, for being a cornerstone of the Mandan and regional economy since 1942.

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You can download the Terms & Conditions and Consignment Form by clicking on the available links below.

Fall 2019 Consignment Form and Terms & Conditions
Coggins testing rules

Entry Deadline: Wednesday,  July 17, 2019. - No Exceptions.
Entries need to be in Kist Office, Make sure to send them in on time!

Please contact us with any questions you may have by emailing, kistlivestock@yahoo.com, or calling, 701-663-9573 or toll free 800-732-1163.

American Quarter Hourse Association
Transfer Report
Registration Application

American Paint Horse Association
Transfer Report


Sheep & Goat Consignment

Please contact us with any questions you may have by emailing, kistlivestock@yahoo.com, or calling, 701-663-9573 or toll free 800-732-1163.
Sheep & Goat Consignment Form

Sheep Market Reports

10/21/2019
SHEEP
1414 Sheep Sold
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09/04/2019
SHEEP
1042 sheep sold
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08/07/2019
SHEEP
1387 sheep sold
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06/21/2019
SHEEP
1792 head sold.
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07/18/2012
SHEEP
644 head sold.
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01/01/2012
SHEEP
1086 head sold.
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View all sheep market reports

Market Reports

USDA Report

02/19/2020
REGULAR
5225 Cattle Sold
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02/12/2020
REGULAR
4607 cattle sold
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02/08/2020
REGULAR
1407 Cows Sold
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02/05/2020
REGULAR
3222 cattle sold
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01/29/2020
REGULAR
3896 cattle sold
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01/25/2020
REGULAR
1865 bred cows & hfrs sold
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01/22/2020
REGULAR
4093 cattle sold
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01/15/2020
REGULAR
2422 cattle sold
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01/08/2020
REGULAR
6144 cattle sold
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01/08/2020
REGULAR
6144 cattle sold
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View all regular market reports


Horse Sale EID Form

MONTHLY HORSE SALE REQUIRED FORM

Horse EID Form

Canada Horse EID Form
Form Instructions

Effective July 31, 2010, there are new paperwork requirements for all horses going to Canada for slaughter. You can download the form from here and fill them out before you deliver your horses here to market.

 

PLEASE READ IN DETAIL AND MAKE SURE YOUR FORMS ARE FILLED OUT IN DETAIL. USE BLUE INK ONLY OR FORMS WILL NOT BE VALID AND WILL BE VOIDED IN OFFICE AND HORSES WILL BE SOLD WITH “NO EID FORM”.

Horse Sale Questions to Answer

1. Have you owned them for at LEAST 6 months?
2. Have you given these horses any anitbiodic medicines in the LAST 6 months?

If you answered ‘NO’ to Question 1 and ‘YES’ to Question 2, DO NOT fill out the form. Tell the man at the chutes which horses DO NOT qualify for the forms -- he will document the pink barn ticket.

If you answered ‘YES’ to Question 1 and ‘NO’ to Question 2, FILL OUT the form as your horses qualify.

Canadian Form: PLEASE PRINT SO WE CAN READ THE FORM (BLUE INK ONLY)
Top right of form-First 6 lines==Name, Physical address (No Box #), Phone#, Primary location is: City, State & Zip,

Don’t fill in any markings or colorings as the buyers will do this.
Middle of form—Answer questions 1 thru 5. Date & sign form. Question #1 must have dates filled in(month & yr)—Do not use the words BIRTH OR PRESENT—THIS WILL VOID FORM. (USE BLUE INK ONLY OR FORM WILL BE VOIDED WHEN YOU GET HERE AND HORSE WILL BE SOLD WITH NO EID FORM.) EACH HORSE SELLING MUST HAVE ORIGINAL FORM WITH THEM---NO DUPLICATE FORM ALLOWED AND MAKE SURE THAT YOU FILL OUT FORM IN FULL ANSWERING EVERYTHING WE NEED. We are trying our best to keep the horse sales going for you and if you don’t cooperate with this paperwork, the buyers won’t bid and we will be forced to stop having sales. We apologize for this but have no choice. SORRY!!!!

Make sure when they get tagged at the chute that you write the correct backtag for each horse on the form. (Upper right hand corner).

**Bring them into the office IMMEDIATELY, so the girls on the block know if paperwork is in order.
If we don’t have the paperwork in office, it will be announced as such which may stop some buyers from buying.

 



STOCK COW and  BRED HEIFER SALE

Saturday,  February 8th,  2020 —11:00 am.

Welcome Everyone!!!!

DBW RanchDispersion of 190 blk angus cows—3 to 7 yrs old (60% home-raised & 40% bought as open yrlg hfrs purchased from

                        purebred angus herds & kept), all bred blk angus (Spickler & Ellingson) due 4/2. Most cows are registered bull will sell

                        without papers. Poured, Pregard 10, Scourguard.

Bruce Blend:  Dispersion of 75 blk angus cows bred blk & Hereford due 3/5. Poured in Nov.

Lee Allen:  Dispersion of 25 blk cows bred blk angus (Severance) due 3/20. Poured 12/22.

Warren Geiger150 blk angus hfrs (bought from Pete Thompson, Steele) and 25 blk sim/angus hfrs (bought from Les Fleck Ranch) all

                                   bred to low BW blk angus bulls (Fast Angus & Diamond J Angus) ultrasounded due April 1 (60 days).  Weighing about

                                   1150#, poured with Agri-Mectin, Virashield 6 VL5, Scourbos 9, Vision 7.

Dusty Kunkel:  6 red simm/angus hfrs AI bred sim/angus (TT Fireball) due 2/22. Poured with Dectomax, Virashield 6, Scourgard 4KC—

                            needs booster.

Robert Magandy:  48 blk hfrs bred blk due 3/25. Poured with Vetrimec 1/8, Cattlemaster, scourgard & had booster.

Martin Schaff:  5 BV angus hfrs (4 AI bred to Final Answer & Chaps) ultrasounded due 3/2, & 1 hfr Bull bred and due 3/27. Poured Jan. 8th.

Charleen Reuer:  6 red hfrs bred red angus ultrasounded—3 in March & 3 in May.

Joe Heupel:  20 blk angus hfrs bred to easy calving blk angus bulls ultrasounded due 4/1 – 4/22.

                      15 blk/bwf cows (3-5 yr) bred blk or red angus due 5/1 – 6/15.  All have been poured with Ivomec, Cattle Master FP5,

                           & Spirovac VL5.

Fred Helbling:  20 red & 5 blk F1 baldy hfrs bred blk angus due 3/15 (45 days). Poured, Virashield.

Shane Bauer:  16 red/blk sim/angus hfrs bred sim angus due 3/25. No shots, not poured.

Jeff Blees:  30 blk/red hfrs & 50 blk/red cows bred blk or red ultrasounded due 4/1. Complete Health  Program. 

Keith Boehm:  10 blk angus cows—3 – 1st calf bull bred & 7 mx age AI bred blk Select Sires due 4/20. Pregard shots will be due around 3/20.

Dusty Johnson:  25 young blk/red cows bred blk angus due 4/15.

Scott Fisher:  50 blk/bwf cows (2-5 yrs) bred blk or red angus due 3/15 (90 days).

Gerald & Jarrod Kassian:  30 red/blk sim/angus cows bred sim/angus due 3/15.  Poured with Clean-Up).

Jim & Sue Thompson:  45 older blk/bwf cows bred blk or red angus (Lodoen) due 3/5. Poured in Nov.

Payton Dronen:  70 blk sim/angus cows (3-7 yr) bred blk simm ultrasounded due 4/10 (50 days).  Poured, Scourgard.

Grant Flanders:  60 blk/bwf cows bred red char due 3/1. Poured Nov. 15.

Randy Stedman:  6 blk/red angus 2nd calf cows bred blk/red angus due 3/10(60 day). Poured, Virashield 6 VL5, Scourbos.

Ashley Vetter:  2 – 2nd & 3rd calf blk cows bred blk due July.

Jake Price:  6 blk cows bred blk angus due 4/1 (45 days). Poured, Scourbos 9, Safeguard.

Rick Bohl:  17 blk angus cows (2-4 yrs) bred blk due July.

Greg Boutilier:  20 mx age ?? cows bred char or red angus due 4/1. No shots, not poured.

Tyler McCabe:  15 mx age ?? cows bred red angus due 4/1.  No shots, not poured.

Jeremy Kramer:  4 xbrd cows bred blk angus due 4/1. Poured in Dec.

                             4 Longhorn hfrs bred blk angus due 4/1. Poured in Dec and horns have been banded.

Jayden Huntley:  14 blk/bwf cows (6-8 yrs)---blks bred Hereford & bwf bred blk due 3/15. Poured, Pregard 10.

Ian Zimmerman:  8 blk cows bred blk angus due July.

Dwaine Helmers:  5 red hfrs & 5 red cows bred blk ultrasounded due 3/10. Poured with Ivomec 2/2.

Brian Gader:  5 red cows bred ?? due ??.

Lee Ingalls:  10 short term blk angus cows bred to blk sim/angus sue 4/1. Shots, not poured.

John Burkart:  4 char x cows bred red angus due 4/1. Poured, Virashield 6 on 12/13.

Alvin Burkart:  4 blk sim/angus cows bred blk angus (Roberts & Brown) due 4/1. Poured, Virashield 6 on 12/13.

Les & Aaron Fleck:  33 blk cows bred blk angus---young cows due 5/1 – 6/30, older cows due 4/1 – 5/1.  3 hfrs due in May.

                                  Complete health program—Poured with Sabar, Virashield 6 VL5 HB, Guardian booster on 1/25.

Zenker and K & L Ranches:  42 blk/red cows & hfrs---cows are bred sim/angus & hfrs bred blk angus all due NOW.

Lance Rossow:  10 blk hfrs & 31 blk cows (3-9 yrs) ---10 Hfrs & 9  3-6 yr old cows bred to Schmidt Angus Ranch and the

                                 Rest are bred to Schmidt Angus and Zenker sim/angus.  Hfrs due 3/21 & cows due 3/28. Poured with

                                 Dectomax, Virashield 6 VL5 on 1/1.  Also had Payback Calving mineral since November.

Isaac Schultes:  15 blk hfrs (orange tags) bred blk angus to 5 star easy calving Pluro Cattle Co Bulls ultrasounded due  4/1(45 days).

                        12 blk cows (3-4 yr old) bred blk angus(same as hfrs) – blue tags due 4/1 – 4/21, and Bleach marks on rib are due 4/22 – 5/15.

Chase Dewitz:  30 red angus hfrs and 12 red angus 2nd calve cows bred red angus due 3/15.

George Olson:  35 blk cows bred blk angus due 4/1.

Merlyn Opp:  ??? blk hfrs & cows bred blk angus due ???. Cows ahd Virashield 6+VL5 and poured last fall.  Heifers had

                             Virashield 6+VL5, Scourbox 4, & poured last fall—Boostered with Scourbos 9 in January.

 

***** Next  & LAST Stock Cow & Bred Hfr Sale is Saturday, March 7th.

                    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

Kist Livestock Auction - Sale Calendar