Mike's Livestock Auction

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  • 10415 Limonite Ave

    Mira Loma, CA 91752

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  • 951-685-1215

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Mon-Tue 9am-5pm, Thu 9am-5pm, Wed 11am-5pm, Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-1pm

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I was standing in line to collect my earnings from the auction and noticed to the right of me there was an emu laying on the ground in a strange way , I thought it was injured but it's legs were tied together, two men were trying to move it but it wasn't going with out a protest. One of the men was an employee the other a customer, owner of the bird.

Their patience was getting thin because mishandling of the bird. Now they were getting brutal with the bird. They (the employee) started dragging it by it's legs it's head hit the steel corral three times. Now they had to get it through a turn style gate it was drug by the legs through that and it's head was banged on the concrete.

By this time my blood is boiling, if I see this bird abused one more time I'm going to go off. This poor thing doesn't have a voice but I do, he gets it loaded in the trailer and he walks away. the trailer was sitting front side up in the air. The bird rolled out and fell to the ground. The poor thing looked dazed by this time from all the trauma it had gone through. Someone had to stand for this poor bird. When he came back he got to hear the birds new voice.

The handlers (employees) should be trained on how to handle the animals if that is to be their jobs. It would make it easier on every one.

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I was standing in line to collect my earnings from the auction and noticed to the right of me there was an emu laying on the ground in a strange way , I thought it was injured but it's legs were tied together, two men were trying to move it but it wasn't going with out a protest. One of the men was an employee the other a customer, owner of the bird.

Their patience was getting thin because mishandling of the bird. Now they were getting brutal with the bird. They (the employee) started dragging it by it's legs it's head hit the steel corral three times. Now they had to get it through a turn style gate it was drug by the legs through that and it's head was banged on the concrete.

By this time my blood is boiling, if I see this bird abused one more time I'm going to go off. This poor thing doesn't have a voice but I do, he gets it loaded in the trailer and he walks away. the trailer was sitting front side up in the air. The bird rolled out and fell to the ground. The poor thing looked dazed by this time from all the trauma it had gone through. Someone had to stand for this poor bird. When he came back he got to hear the birds new voice.

The handlers (employees) should be trained on how to handle the animals if that is to be their jobs. It would make it easier on every one.

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Mike is very rude and unpleasant to deal with, a real boor. He has no compassion for horses, allowing people to buy separately a mare and foal too young to be weaned; he didn't have to allow it, he chose to. No ethics whatsoever. The only good thing about the auction was Billy, the bareback rider, but he's retired, so I wouldn't even bother to go anymore if we still lived in the area. Mike frequently gets the gender wrong on the small livestock going through, and throws everything in one pen together, so OF COURSE the young goat we bought got bred, then later miscarried. Thanks a lot.

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Mike is very rude and unpleasant to deal with, a real boor. He has no compassion for horses, allowing people to buy separately a mare and foal too young to be weaned; he didn't have to allow it, he chose to. No ethics whatsoever. The only good thing about the auction was Billy, the bareback rider, but he's retired, so I wouldn't even bother to go anymore if we still lived in the area. Mike frequently gets the gender wrong on the small livestock going through, and throws everything in one pen together, so OF COURSE the young goat we bought got bred, then later miscarried. Thanks a lot.

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Horses brought to this auction have little chance of finding good homes.
This auction allows horses to go through that should not be there, very skinny and/or lame. There is never clean water for the horses. It is slimy and green, never cleaned from one auction to the next. Very rude and disrespectful people who run this auction. We could not get anyone to give our horses water at the end of the auction. Said the horses would have to wait until the next morning. Do not bring your horses here to sell.

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Horses brought to this auction have little chance of finding good homes.
This auction allows horses to go through that should not be there, very skinny and/or lame. There is never clean water for the horses. It is slimy and green, never cleaned from one auction to the next. Very rude and disrespectful people who run this auction. We could not get anyone to give our horses water at the end of the auction. Said the horses would have to wait until the next morning. Do not bring your horses here to sell.

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