Price Reduced. When in operation, the Southwest City Livestock Auction was generating an estimated $150,000 net income for the owners. Now, as the owners prepare for retirement this opportunity is open for the next buyer that is looking for an exceptional income source. With every aspect in perfect in working condition, the sale barn and the restaurant are ready to be open for business immediately for the new owners.
The sale barn at 1913 MM Hwy, Southwest City, MO sits on 6+ acres with ample parking for the auction, restaurant, and a separate entrance for cattle trailers, loading and parking. Inside the building, the restaurant and office are on the south end and connected by a wall with a payout window that allows for buyers to sit in the restaurant and order while waiting on the paying line to empty. The restaurant exits to the south parking or thru the northern door to the auction and the metal bleachers in the amphitheater seating.
There are Multiple pens outside and inside the barn with locking gates that are designed for livestock to Go past the vets office onto the 20,000+ lb SSI scale on the arena/auction floor and out the other side past the auctioneer stand. When Poultry and other crated items are To be sold, the conveyor rollers are extended from the side entry overhead door onto the sales floor allowing for quick and easy delivery and pickup. The loading door adjacent and just a few feet away from the auction floor is ideal for larger livestock to enter a buyers trailer from the inside pens. On the south side of the property, there is a pull-through shed with grand stands allowing for patrons to purchase a various assortment of unwanted items from a seller. These items may range from household goods to birds and small animals.
Ideally located, the auction and sale barn pull buyers and Sellers from a four state area. Closed for just a few months, the auction is In great shape and ready to be opened again. For a private tour, contact Jeff Clifton or Email listed above.