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Sturgis South Dakota Bank Foundation Sponsoring Auctions For Relief Fund

Sturgis South Dakota Bank Foundation Sponsoring Auctions For Relief Fund

Rollover heifer auctions are being held at 22 regional auction barns in five states. First Interstate Bank’s Mike Johnson says their foundation in Sturgis, South Dakota  is sponsoring the events. He says all of the proceeds go to the ranchers relief fund to assist livestock producers hurt by the early October blizzard.

Johnson says the auctions begin October30 and run through November 14. He says financial help is badly needed for the livestock producers and the negative economic effects will hit all areas of the region’s economy.

Rollover sales are being held at 12 auction barns in South Dakota, 6 in Montana, 1 each in Wyoming, North Dakota, Nebraska and Colorado.

Barns participating…. South Dakota:  St. Onge, Faith, Lemmon, Mobridge, Presho,

Herried, Bales in Huron, Mitchell, Yankton, Sioux Falls Regional, Watertown, Martin.

Montana…: Mile City, Sidney,  Billings, Great Falls, Lewiston, Headwaters

Wyoming, Torrington,,  North Dakota,,Stockmens in Dickinson, Nebraska, Valentine, and Colorado,, Superior Livestock..

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