Doug Parham of Pierceville and Ralph Frazee of Garden City look over cattle at the Winter Livestock Auction in Dodge City. For much of Kansas' 150-year history, auctions have played a vital role in rural economy. Currently, there are more than 600 auctioneers in Kansas. One of the nation's largest livestock auctions is Winter Livestock Auction in Dodge City, where each month more than 4,500 head of cattle are sold.
Doug Parham of Pierceville and Ralph Frazee of Garden City look over cattle at the Winter Livestock Auction in Dodge City. For much of Kansas' 150-year history, auctions have played a vital role in rural economy. Currently, there are more than 600 auctioneers in Kansas. One of the nation's largest livestock auctions is Winter Livestock Auction in Dodge City, where each month more than 4,500 head of cattle are sold. The Wichita Eagle
Doug Parham of Pierceville and Ralph Frazee of Garden City look over cattle at the Winter Livestock Auction in Dodge City. For much of Kansas' 150-year history, auctions have played a vital role in rural economy. Currently, there are more than 600 auctioneers in Kansas. One of the nation's largest livestock auctions is Winter Livestock Auction in Dodge City, where each month more than 4,500 head of cattle are sold. The Wichita Eagle

Buying and selling Kansas, one bid at a time

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