ORDER BUYING

In that Transcon has always been a national sales management company, it is not possible or practical for prospective buyers to attend all or many of our auction sales. The order buying service (which is free of charge to the buyer) allows buyers to be represented just as though they were there. It works like this:

You contact Transcon telling one of the staff what you may be interested in. That person will do research to determine the best choices for you and will recommend them to you. The Transcon rep may even recommend animals in a different sale that may be better suited. The actual bidding can be handled in two ways:

  1. If convenient, you can be on the phone and actually do your own bidding. Because of the noise and speed of the auction, this can often be confusing to the buyer which can result in not getting the bid to the auctioneer in time and getting sold out.
  2. Informing the Transcon rep prior to the sale of your choice and the maximum you are prepared to pay for specific animals. That rep will bid on your behalf just as if you were there. You will own the animal one bid higher than the last bid in the crowd, up to your maximum price.
We would be pleased to represent you with our professional, confidential, order buying services.
Call Transcon cells for more information,



Jay Good
at (403) 556-5563 | Cody Haney at (403) 559-8809
Glenn Norton at (780) 542-0634 | Darren Paget at (403) 323-3985

In the year 2015 Transcon purchased 182 head for a total of $1,331,035.00
In the year 2014 Transcon purchased 389 head for a total of $1,814,848.00
In the year 2013 Transcon purchased 345 head for a total of $1,565,590.00
In the year 2012 Transcon purchased 336 head on order for $1,478,455.00
In the year 2011 Transcon purchased 324 head on order for $1,369,976.00
In the year 2010 Transcon purchased 300 head on order for $1,048,400
In the year 2009 Transcon purchased 253 head on order for $940,400
In the year 2008 Transcon purchased 287 head for $1,162,500s
In the year 2007 Transcon purchased 268 head for $1,048,000
In the year 2006 Transcon purchased 274 head for $925,400
In the year 2005 Transcon purchased 255 head for $672,025
In the year 2004 Transcon purchased 190 head for $501,195
In the year 2003 Transcon purchased 179 head for $448,600
In the year 2002 Transcon purchased 109 head for $354,800
In the year 2001 Transcon purchased 100 head for $428,900

 

Last Updated November 9, 2016