Creighton Livestock Market was established in 1942 when several businessmen on main street got together and sold shares to establish a market in Creighton. Several surrounding communities already had markets, and these men wanted to try to keep the farmers coming to their  town.

The committee purchased the local livery barn, bought a scale to be  installed, started building pens, and hired a manager. Harry Reese was  hired to manage the market that opened for business the first of August,  1942. Eventually the Reese family gained ownership of the market, and  operated it through the late 50’s. The Market is presently owned by Joel Kumm of Osmond & Ryan Siecke of Creighton.

Sale Barn