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KEOCO AUCTION COMPANY LLC
603 S. WARREN ST., PO BOX 331, SIGOURNEY, IA 52591
OFFICE: 641-622-3535  ♦  FAX: 641-622-3429
Justin & Becky Abell

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UPCOMING SUMMER SCHEDULE
Mon., June 27:  No Sale
Mon., July 4:  No Sale
Mon., July 11:  Regular Cattle Sale
Mon., July 18:  Regular Cattle Sale

 

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Abell Auction & Real Estate
ABELL AUCTION & REAL ESTATE LLC
For all your auction needs contact
Justin & Becky Abell.  
641-622-3535 or 641-660-8048
 
"Specializing in Farm, Machinery, Land & Residential."

NEW LISTING
520 E. JACKSON ST., SIGOURNEY, IA
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - Nice 60x112 Building on large lot with excellent highway frontage. 
CALL TODAY FOR A SHOWING!

Click here for more information.

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CASSENS' MILL AUCTION
SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016 @ 10:00 A.M.

Located at Cassens' Country Mill west of Sigourney, IA one mile on Hwy 92, then south on 190th Avenue.
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