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Next Event for Hall Stock Farm:
3/28/23 1:00 PM (CDT) View Details

Lots for Hall Stock Farm - Annual Production Sale (30)

Live Event Started: 3/24/20 1:00 PM (CDT)
* Prices listed are unofficial. Contact sale management for official sale results
Lot 6
Sold For $5,500.00
Lot 1
Sold For $4,000.00
Lot 2
Sold For $5,250.00
Lot 4
Sold For $3,500.00
Lot 5
Sold For $3,500.00
Lot 7
Sold For $2,750.00
Lot 12
Sold For $5,000.00
Lot 18
Sold For $3,500.00
Lot 11
Sold For $4,750.00
Lot 14
Sold For $2,750.00
Lot 16
Sold For $2,500.00
Lot 10
Sold For $4,000.00
Lot 21
Sold For $3,500.00
Lot 9
Sold For $2,800.00
Lot 8
Sold For $3,600.00
Lot 15
Sold For $3,000.00
Lot 17
Sold For $2,600.00
Lot 22
Sold For $2,900.00
Lot 20
Sold For $4,000.00
Lot 13
Sold For $2,900.00
Lot 19
Sold For $2,500.00
Lot 25
Sold For $1,500.00
Lot 24
Sold For $1,350.00
Lot 23
Sold For $1,500.00
Lot 28
Sold For $1,800.00
Lot 29
Sold For $1,200.00
Lot 27
Sold For $1,200.00
Lot 26
Sold For $1,100.00
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Lot 3
Closed
Sold For $5,500.00
Sold For $4,000.00
Sold For $5,250.00
Sold For $3,500.00
Sold For $3,500.00
Sold For $2,750.00
Sold For $5,000.00
Sold For $3,500.00
Sold For $4,750.00
Sold For $2,750.00
Sold For $2,500.00
Sold For $4,000.00
Sold For $3,500.00
Sold For $2,800.00
Sold For $3,600.00
Sold For $3,000.00
Sold For $2,600.00
Sold For $2,900.00
Sold For $4,000.00
Sold For $2,900.00
Sold For $2,500.00
Sold For $1,500.00
Sold For $1,350.00
Sold For $1,500.00
Sold For $1,800.00
Sold For $1,200.00
Sold For $1,200.00
Sold For $1,100.00
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