Southern Alberta Livestock Exchange
Weekly Ring Sales

9:00 am, Tuesdays | Fort Macleod, Alberta
Feeder cattle sell first
Call Fort Macleod if you have questions.

Current EVENTS

For Sept 16th Video Sale - COST OF GAIN SLIDE CALCULATION: $85/CWT ($.85 cents/lb) - call our office if you have any questions.


  • We are regularly updating our calendar page, visit it often for updates! click on any sale date! 
  • We offer a complete marketing service of your sheep and goats, etc. Please contact Darren Shaw to discuss these options @ 403-601-5165.


Watch live broadcasts of special sales by clicking on and following the links
Contact Shellee @ 208.539.8092 for further information.

We are always adding more sales to our Calendar!
Check back often for more Bred Female/Pairs sales.

welcome to Southern Alberta Livestock Exchange

Southern Alberta Livestock Exchange is a forward thinking livestock market located in the southern region of Alberta.
We continue to challenge and change to shape this industry; adapt to the new realities and innovate!

SALE is a true livestock exchange.

Cattle are a commodity, with markets varying on a day-to-day basis. It is difficult to determine what the exact fluctuations in the market will be on any given day. You can trust our professional staff will get you the most money for your cattle on sale day. SALE prides itself in the ability to attract and professionally present large lots of quality cattle, which equates to more satisfied buyers. Competition created by the auction system make markets stronger and makes Producers more money.

SALE does not charge a Seller's commission for feeder and slaughter cattle sold through Fort Macleod Auction and Highwood Buying Station.  Fees including brand inspection, A.B.P., Livestock Security and yardage will continue to be paid by the Producer.

The Producer will be offered the added benefit of 24-hour and 7 day acceptance of cattle. Feed and water is available at cost.

Over the years and especially since 2003, we have seen the industry evolve and will continue to see changes in the future. Those that survive and thrive in the cattle industry in the years to come, may not be the biggest and strongest, but will be those who are willing to adapt to change.

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