34 Years

N.N.Y. Farmers Marketing Co-Op, Inc. is celebrating their 34th year of being the only New York State livestock auction market that is owned and operated by local farmers.

A group of local farmers joined together to create N.N.Y. Farmers Market on April 1, 1982. The market is located at 8204 St. Rt. 26, two miles north of Lowville.  

Over the past 34 years N.N.Y. has gone through many changes & growth, most recently after a major fire on February 1, 2012 that destroyed their new office and restaurant area with major damage to the auction area. We are now totally rebuilt and enjoying our new, larger office and lounge area. They are also the area's only livestock auction market.

N.N.Y holds their weekly auctions Monday & Thursday at 2:00 PM, starting with calves, dairy, miscellaneous & beef. They also have a monthly dairy auction every second Wednesday.

N.N.Y. also has a large two day machinery spring auction. This has grown to be the largest consignment auction in the area.

At N.N.Y. we work hard to receive the best market available for our customers and currently have the lowest commission rate in New York State. Below is the team that makes this possible:

Officers:

President, Darryl Roggie. Vice President, Dan O'Brien. Secretary, Mike Sullivan. Treasurer, Paul Waite

Board Members:

Tom Schantz, Dan O'Brien, Dan Beyer, Wayne Zehr, Harold Peebles, Joe Schultz, Glenn Zehr, Dallen Farney, Gabe Sullivan, Keith Roggie, Stephen Lee, Ted Simmons, Paul Waite, Darryl Roggie, Mike Sullivan & John Beller.

Managers:

Market Manager, Ted Simmons. Barn Manager, Tom Berrus. Office Manager, Nancy Martin.

Stay updated on the market:

Listen to FROGGY 97.5 for a daily market report.

Like to know more?

If you are interested about the market or have any questions, contact any board member, or call Ted at the market for auction or updated market information.

: 376-7441 : 376-7441

See you at the auction!

Remember to stop by, weekly auctions Monday & Thursday at 2:00 PM. Monthly dairy auction every second Wednesday.

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