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Miller Livestock: Marketing cattle is their business

Photo by Jan Swan WoodThe Miller Livestock Sale Barn has a long history of serving the region's cattle producers and new ownership gives it a promising future.

On the southeast edge of Miller, SD, stands a sale barn that has been the shipping point for livestock in the region for decades. Its high, round pavilion is a monument to the bygone era of sale barn design and represents a lot of history in the region. It’s all cutting-edge marketing within, however, with the drive and experience to support it.

The area was without a salebarn and jobs were lost after it closed in October 2009. It changed ownership in December, and when it reopened Jan. 20, 2010, it was in the possession of people with extensive experience in the business, and a firm grasp of how important the sale barn is to a farming/ranching community.

On the southeast edge of Miller, SD, stands a sale barn that has been the shipping point for livestock in the region for decades. Its high, round pavilion is a monument to the bygone era of sale barn design and represents a lot of history in the region. It’s all cutting-edge marketing within, however, with the drive and experience to support it.

The area was without a salebarn and jobs were lost after it closed in October 2009. It changed ownership in December, and when it reopened Jan. 20, 2010, it was in the possession of people with extensive experience in the business, and a firm grasp of how important the sale barn is to a farming/ranching community.

On the southeast edge of Miller, SD, stands a sale barn that has been the shipping point for livestock in the region for decades. Its high, round pavilion is a monument to the bygone era of sale barn design and represents a lot of history in the region. It’s all cutting-edge marketing within, however, with the drive and experience to support it.

The area was without a salebarn and jobs were lost after it closed in October 2009. It changed ownership in December, and when it reopened Jan. 20, 2010, it was in the possession of people with extensive experience in the business, and a firm grasp of how important the sale barn is to a farming/ranching community.

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On the southeast edge of Miller, SD, stands a sale barn that has been the shipping point for livestock in the region for decades. Its high, round pavilion is a monument to the bygone era of sale barn design and represents a lot of history in the region. It’s all cutting-edge marketing within, however, with the drive and experience to support it.

The area was without a salebarn and jobs were lost after it closed in October 2009. It changed ownership in December, and when it reopened Jan. 20, 2010, it was in the possession of people with extensive experience in the business, and a firm grasp of how important the sale barn is to a farming/ranching community.

editor’s note: for more on miller livestock, contact phil gerard at 605-350-6732, or view their marketing services at http://www.millerlivestock.com.

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