Todd 563-543-5800 Bergfeldcla@gmail.com

Welcome to Cascade Livestock Auction

Sale Every Monday at 9:00 am

We will be taking in cattle on Sunday’s from 2pm until 8pm and Monday’s starting at 7am.

On Friday, August 9th a Tyson Foods plant in Kansas caught on fire and was destroyed.  We were told on Monday morning that Tyson Foods was not able to bid on any cattle for our Monday sale.  Tyson Foods is looking to rebuild their plant and looking for alternative sites to move production.  We apologize for any inconvenience.  We know the situation is out of our hands and we will keep you informed on any developments on how to market your livestock.  

NO SALE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd

If you have any questions about your cattle being ready for market, please give Todd a call @ 563-543-5800 and he would be happy to stop and take a look at your cattle.

 

Order Of Sale Every Monday

  • Overnight Fed Cattle
  • Morning Fed Cattle
  • Lunch Break
  • Market Bulls
  • Market Cows

 

Click Here For Monday, August 19, 2019 Market Report

Cascade Livestock Auction Thursday sales

Sale every 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 12pm.

Order of Sales on 1st and 3rd Thursdays

  • Baby Calves
  • Feeders
  • Market Bulls
  • Market Cows

If you have any questions, please call 563-852-3533 or 563-543-5800

Click here for the August 15, 2019 Thursday Market Sale Report

 

 

Cascade Livestock Auction SPECIAL BRED COW & FEEDER SALES

1st Saturday of each month from September to April @ 11am A percentage of our proceeds will benefit the Dubuque, Jackson and Jones Co. 4-H and Cattlemen’s groups.

Click here for Reports

BQA CERTIFICATION REQUIRED

All Tyson Foods cattle suppliers, including sale barns, will need to be BQA or equivalent certified by January 1st, 2019. In order for a Tyson cattle buyer to bid on cattle sold through ANY sale barn, the auction market will need to verify the cattle seller’s BQA certification.
This is driven by retailer and end consumers, including folks in the fast food business and grocery business, and it has a trickle-down effect.

How do I get BQA Certified?
Cattle farmers can complete BQA training at no cost online at BQA.org. The process takes about two hours.