END OF YEAR AUCTION
Accepting Consignments: Monday thru Friday - 9am to 5pm
WE ARE OBSERVING SOCIAL DISTANCING
Making every effort to put into place any safety measures we can at this time.
Please Respect 6 feet distancing
OPEN & OPERATING
Monday thru Friday - 9am to 5pm
We are thankful for our Loyal Auction Customers and making changes to accommodate daily.
THURSDAY NOV 25 &
FRIDAY NOV 26
2021 END OF YEAR FARM & EQUIPMENT AUCTION
END OF YEAR FARM & HEAVY EQUIPMENT AUCTION
OUR STAFF IS READY FOR YOUR CONSIGNMENTS
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY - 9AM TO 5PM
Still Practicing Safety Measures
Masks are encouraged
Please respect 6 feet apart
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November 29, 2021
NOV 2021 END OF YEAR FARM & HEAVY EQUIPMENT & AUCTION
Currently Accepting Consignments Starting: Wilder, Idaho
January 24, 2022
JAN 2022 WINTER FARM & HEAVY EQUIPMENT & AUCTION
Accepting Consignments Starting: Tuesday December 7th in Wilder, Idaho
want to consign?
Find us at our New Lot Location
We accept consignments during our regular business hours
Monday thru Friday ~ 9am to 5pm
Location: 20217 HWY 95, Wilder, ID 83676
Please contact our office, if you are interested in consigning.
Items Not Taken Into Consignment
We no longer accept these items: if it is not running, no thank you.
No longer Accepting: used barbed wire, non working electrical items, individual tires, unuseful tires, mismatched tires, non running engines, outdated vehicle parts, scrap iron, car / pickup rims that are less than 4, household items - furniture or appliances, wire remnants, old outdated land planes, 2-point sickle bar mowers, fiber barrels, fireplace inserts/fireplace units, and power tools not running.
If it really should go to scrap, recycling or the local dump, please do not bring it here.
If items are unfit for our auction environment, they will be turned away.
We are happy to advise you, if you call, about your items.
All items will be evaluated by staff. Thank you
NOTE: Tires will be taken at the discretion of owner and lot attendants.
**We reserve the right to accept or deny any items to the auction.
Pickett Auction Service provides both staff and equipment to load your auction items.
We are here to ASSIST you.
It is the customer's responsibility to bring their own tools, pallets, posts, stickers, or straps for hauling materials - we do not provide these. Please plan your trip accordingly for safe and legal hauling.
If more than one trip is required that should not be a problem. Call our office if you have further questions 208-455-1419
PLEASE NOTE: If you purchase items that need to be hand loaded into HORSE TRAILER or ENCLOSED TRAILER - you will need to bring your own labor to hand load.
Most of our auction items are managed with load out equipment. Some smaller items are easily managed into single vehicles without a lot of time consumed. -- We normally have a very high volume of customers at load out with more than normal staff available to ASSIST.
WE WILL NOT be able to HAND LOAD: Lumber -- pipe -- materials -- etc.
these are not easily managed with our load out equipment.
Flatbeds and other similar trailers are recommended and best for loading.
Plan to bring your own helpers if necessary.
It is also the responsibility of the bidder to bring tie down supplies and do the securing etc.
You can contact our office for referral of transport services.
shipping OR tRANSPORT
Any special measurement or approximate weight on an item please contact our office (208) 455-1419.
We will do our best to help you.
NEW SHIPPING & TRANSPORT NOTICE
NO SHIPPING AVAILABLE:
We do not have shipping staff.
Due to our Lot location and set up, we are unable to accommodate shipping.
LOAD OUT / TRANSPORT ARRANGEMENTS MUST BE MADE BY BUYER
Bigger Items needing Transport: It is buyers' responsibility to contact, schedule and communicate load out days and times for items to be picked up.
Your items will be loaded as Pictured.
We do not commit to binding, wrapping, or securing your load for transport.
PLEASE CALL 208-455-1419 & COMMUNICATE THE NEEDS SO THERE IS NO MISUNDERSTANDING
Like any business biography there is a Past, Present & Future profile.
The word “Auction” has always been familiar, as I was raised in a family involved in the Livestock Auction Industry. In 1984 I attended and graduated from Western College of Auctioneering in Billings, Montana and later served as a bid calling instructor at WCA. Like most auctioneers you begin as a bid caller for existing companies. In 1992 I began my own company PICKETT AUCTION SERVICE. It was a gradual climb in a very competitive auction community. From the beginning we strived to base our company on Honesty and Professionalism. I continued my education through the Auction Marketing Institute, keeping abreast of dynamic & fast paced changes in the auction industry. Becoming a member of professional associations such as CAI, NAA, and OAA. Along with countless hours of continuing education contributing to our growth along with practical experience, customer and client building and an eye for marketing detail. I have been a past state auctioneer champion and finalist in the National Livestock Auctioneer competition.
At first our primary business was in live Estate & Personal Property, Real Estate, and Farm & Livestock Auctions. Over a 25 year period our customer following was consistent with our professionalism and successful auction execution. We strived to successfully bring the “people to the product.”
Every industry has a growth plateau. Changes within that industry force you to simply realize “grow with it- or- get out of the way."
In 2009 PICKETT AUCTION SERVICE embarked in a new direction-“Internet Only Bidding Auctions”. With continued education and advanced training in computer technology, including the welcoming of the “WORLD WIDE WEB” our company embarked on one of its largest changes to date. Our first online auctions presented extreme learning curves. We had to re-write how we conducted an auction (compared to the good old days). Changing how we should now present the product to our public. We had to restructure advertising policies and re-assess staff needed and location to have a successful auction. As we all know “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” No truer words have ever been spoken. Here we are now close to 8 years later and believe we are leaders in this new internet auctioning industry. In the first year we conducted internet auctions my competitors told me I was crazy and going to ruin the auction business! You’ll never make it work. People won’t want to buy a tractor on the internet or “farmers can’t run a computer”. They kept saying “you can’t.” As we very clearly know now it does work and many of those critiques are trying to catch up. Today we are striving to bring “the product to the people.”
Here at Pickett Auction Service we strive to continue moving forward and growing with the times. Through the use of the "WORLD WIDE WEB" we can now bring the "PRODUCT TO THE PEOPLE." The auction industry is right at the publics fingertips. Removing the difficulty of location and time. Travel and shipping plans can be made after you are determined the Winning Bidder. The conveniences are remarkable.
Pickett Auction Service is committed to our customers and our company will strive to keep "Raising the Bar for the Auction Industry."
The Sky's the limit, We can only Imagine
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NEW AUCTION LOT / OFFICE LOCATION
20217 HWY 95
WILDER, ID 83676
18968 Lonkey Lane
Caldwell, ID 83607
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