Big breakfast dished out with a side of laughs
As you crunch down on a spoonful of corn flakes, do you ever long for a hearty breakfast? The type of feast they might serve on a farm?
To feast like a farmer, there is no need to raise your own chickens or cattle. Instead, pull up a chair at the sale barn cafe in the Creston Livestock Auction. That is, if you can find a seat in this packed cafe.
Creston Livestock Auction was established in the late 1930s, and Tom and Leisa Frey of Creston have owned the business since 1999. They sell all classes of cattle, including feeders, bred heifers, bred cows and slaughter animals. Regular sales are held every Friday with hay auctions at 9 a.m. and cattle sale at 11 a.m.
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