Mr. Thomas Porkchop
Exotic Pet Surgeon

Mr. Baa Black

What to Expect

Crazy Ol' Goat McGee
Lawn Mower

Bessie Curds
Milk Specialist


Auctions are held every Tuesday with the first sale beginning at 10:30 am and ending at the last sale 5:30 pm

Ms. Henrietta Feathers
Grain Specialist

about our Auction...

Livestock Cooperative Auction Market of North Jersey Inc.


This auction sells; lambs, sheep, goats, calves, beef cattle, pigs, rabbits, and all types of heavy fowl. 

****** ​​PLEASE NOTE - There will be no Auction on Tuesday, May 23rd 2023 ******
PLEASE NOTE - There will be no Auction on Tuesday, July 4th

Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, April 27th in Wanda's Cafe at 7:00 PM

Feeder Sales will be on Saturday, May 13th and June 10th - Check-In starts at 8 AM and Sale starts at 12 PM

​Consignment Sale will be held on Saturday, August 19th at 10 AM

​​Hay Auction will start at 10:00

Poultry Sale will start at 10:30

Livestock Auction will start at 2:00 and run straight though with no intermissions

 Wanda's Café is open for Dine-in and Take-Out
Don't forget we have Brown and White Eggs for sale in the office Monday through Thursday.




Donald Downs
Avian Specialist

The Lamby Lamby Triplets


We also auction; hay, straw, grain, firewood. We also sell eggs every week.


HACKETTSTOWN LIVESTOCK AUCTION provides the best services in auctioning livestock.  We are so happy to be part of their team. Thanks, HACKETTSTOWN LIVESTOCK AUCTION

At this livestock auction, you'll get to see part of the food chain that most of us never check out. This is the place where  farmers bring their cows, sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits, chickens, turkeys, and pigeons to sell, and butchers and wholesalers come to buy. If you're in this area buying locally raised meat, there's a good chance the animal you ate passed through this market.

The auction sells: sheep, lambs, goats, calves, beef cattle pigs, rabbits and all types of Heavy Fowl. In addition to livestock they also auction hay, straw, grain, firewood, and sell eggs all week.

As an independently funded co-operative the auction makes its money by taking a fee from all the livestock that is sold. This amount is based on a percentage of cost the animal was sold for.

Being in the main auction auditorium is not unlike being around the water cooler or lunchroom in any office. Farmers talk shop, discussing what is happening at work, how busy they have been and financial situations. They tell jokes and stories and laugh with each other. It is a fraternity that has endured for generations through suburban property development, mini-malls and grocery stores.

Serving an often overlooked but incredibly important role to get food on our plates, the livestock auction remains a proud part of Hackettstown history and remains the last auction left in New Jersey.