Upcoming Sales & Events

Lonestone Farms Annual Bull Sale
Friday, February 24, 2017 at 1:30pm
bulletLocation: Lonestone Farm located 4 miles north of Westlock and 1/2 mile west

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Offering 80 Bulls

16 –  two year old Full Fleckvieh Simmental

25 – two year old Red Angus

19 – Yearling Full Fleckvieh Simmental

20 – Yearling Red Angus

& 21 Open Commercial Heifers – Sold in Lots of 3

Please join us for lunch at 11:30!


Auctioneer:                                                                    Don Oberg 780 678-6926
Sales Staff:                                                                      Robert Lind 780 542-0123                                                 Travis Rogers 780 307-3144                                              Dory Gerrard 403 302-1016 Sale day phones:                                                                              Jay Good 403 556-5563                                                                     Glenn Norton 780 542-0634                                                               Darren Paget 403 323-3985
Phone bids:                                                                      Arrangements can be made with an independent buyer or any of the sales staff. Insurance:                                                                                      Insurance available sale day through Monica Czech, Canadian Farm Insurance.
Be our Guest: Lunch starts at 11:30 a.m. Sale day.
We offer Two Options: Please choose one of the following and inform the clerks on sale day.                                      1. $100 discount if picked up sale day.                               2. We will keep your bull until you can come and get him. A charge of $3/day will apply starting April 1, 2013. We ask that you insure your purchases if you leave him at the farm. Each animal becomes the responsibility of the purchaser as soon as sold. Breeding Guarantee: All bulls are guaranteed to be structurally sound and to have passed a semen test prior to sale day. This health check is done by Westlock Veterinary Clinic. The bulls, if failing to be satisfactory breeders, will be replaced or credit given on purchase of a replacement. Routine vaccinations have been administered as well as Footrot and Pinkeye vaccine.                                                              These bulls are ready to go to work.