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Ripwood Livestock Auction Services Announces Celebration Super Sale

The Woody Woodruff and Andy Rippy families have formed a new partnership called Ripwood Livestock Auction Services, LLC.  The new partnership will host livestock sales at the newly named Pleasant Valley Farms, formerly Waterfall Farms in Shelbyville, Tenn.  The sales will be held in the premier sales arena on the farm. 

“We appreciate the support of this new venture from our customers that have been with us in previous venues.  We look forward to making these new sales even bigger and better.  Our great customers deserve great service at a premier facility,” said Woody Woodruff.

"My family and I are excited and thrilled to have this opportunity with Woody and his family.  Ripwood Livestock Auction Services will always give its customers the quality and service they have come to expect from Woody in the past.  The Wayne Day family has given us the opportunity to use Pleasant Valley Farms Sale Arena and our customers are going to love it there.   We look forward to seeing everyone at the Celebration Super Sale 2013," added Rippy.

The inaugural sale of Ripwood Livestock Auction Services will be the Celebration Super Sale 2013.  The sale will be held August 24th and August 29th-31st at the Pleasant Valley Farms sales arena.  Pleasant Valley Farms is located at 2395 Hwy. 64 E in Shelbyville.  For more information about the sale or to consign horses contact Woody Woodruff at 931-224-5374 or Andy Rippy at 615-394-6776.

More information regarding Ripwood Livestock Auction Services and the Celebration Super Sale 2013 will be available soon.

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