Local Auctioneer Services In Iowa
Jack and the late Lois Osborn established Osborn Auction Co. in 1977. Jack was a farmer in the Southwest Iowa area of Walnut, IA and decided to start an auction business. Eldest son, Mitch, joined the Auction company in the Spring of 1982. Keeping in the tradition of a family-owned business, son Curtis joined the auction company in Fall of 1990. Daughters Michelle Clayton and Cindy Redler became auction clerks in 1996 when Lois became diagnosed with brain cancer. Lois passed away in 1999 and her wish was for the whole family to be involved in the business. Thus, John Clayton , son-in-law, became an auctioneer in 2000 and also joined the company.
Osborn Auction, LLC operates today providing auction needs including antiques, household, farm machinery, and real estate land auctions. Osborn Auction has grown and changed over the years but one thing has not changed. They continue to provide honest, fair, and courteous treatment to all auction-goers. Whether it be selling your home, possessions, your farm machinery or your land, Osborn Auction is here for you and able to guide you throughout the process to make it a little bit easier. There is no job too big or too small, so give us a call and we would be happy to work with you. We have 3 auctioneers, 2 clerks, plus other full and part-time auction support personnel ready to serve your auction needs. Give us a call today!
NOV 25 HOUSEHOLD, TOOLS, ANTIQUES, TRACTOR, PICKUP & 1926 JUETT COLLECTIBLE SEDAN AUCTION
JOYCE & (THE LATE) ROGER NELSON, OWNER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2017 • 11:00 A.M. Sale location: 64133 Jackson Road, Atlantic, IA Directions: From Atlantic take Hwy. 71 .7 miles south and turn east on Jackson Road and drive 1 mile. The acreage will be located on the south side of the road. Watch for auction […]
DEC 9 156.55 ACRES M/L- HARRISON CO FARMLAND
We are very excited to have the opportunity to sell this parcel of Harrison County farmland which is just on the western border of Shelby County. The farm boundary line is just west of the Shelby County/Harrison County line. Phil & Alice Carey farmed this land for many years and were great stewards of the land.