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Bluegrass Stockyards of Campbellsville, LLC

Live Event Started: 5/14/22 9:00 AM (CDT)

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CAMPBELLSVILLE ONLINE BIDDING REQUIREMENTS:
- Please only apply to bid if you would like to bid on load lots.
- You must be approved at least a week before sale.
- To get approved you must click the 'Apply for Bidding' link and fill out our required financial sheet and fax it back to us.
- If you are already approved and would like to bid you must call Campbellsville at least 20 minutes prior to the sale to ensure there is an operator available to take your bids. 
- We only enable bidding when we have already approved bidders wanting to bid online.


Click Here for a Bluegrass Bidding Application

Seller Contact Information

Brian Hundley
265 Airport Rd
PO Box 509
Campbellsville, KY 42717
(859) 324-5786

Auction Location

Bluegrass Stockyards of Campbellsville, LLC
PO Box 56
265 Airport Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42717
(270) 465-4051

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