All bidders on mustang auctions must be registered adopters with Bureau of Land Management - If you have previously been approved for adoption you will have to be on the list for the auction that you are registering for. https://www.blm.gov/sites/blm.gov/files/4710-010.pdf
Feed is not limited to just grass or alfalfa. Each critter needs a certain amount of nutrients each day that tastes good to them. Palatability is a priority in any successful feeding program.
We try to check out each piece of equipment when we consign it. We are more than happy to answer and questions you may have. We post all relative information on each lot listing. If you need us to check or double check anything just give a representative a call.
Pay attention to where supply is located. Your bottom dollar depends greatly upon what your feed costs per ton in your yard. Buy Locally if you can - you may lose the option.
We encourage our consignors to bring all items to our Piedmont location for preview. If this is not possible we will post its current location on the lot listing. If you need additional information please call one of our representatives for clarification.
Buy "off season" when trucks are available and the rush is NOT on. A little homework about your options can be worth its weight in HAY!
Look at test results, look at feed, don't be afraid to do the math to see how to optimize your feed options each year.