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What are some good annual auctions in Oklahoma?

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Some good annual auctions in Oklahoma include the Leake Collector Car Show and Auction, the Paul Farrell Memorial Art Auction and the Texas Longhorn Auction. The American Bison Auction is also located in Oklahoma.

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The Leake Collector Car Show and Auction is an annual event featuring a range of collector cars, trucks and motorcycles. People visit the annual auction to bid for restorations of vintage models as well as modern cars. The Paul Farrell Memorial Art Auction is an annual event designed to promote the work of Art Department students at Oklahoma Panhandle State University and to raise funds for scholarships and awards.

The Texas Longhorn Auction and American Bison Auction are annual auction events conducted by the Wichita Mountains organization. They are aimed at reducing Texas longhorns and American bison to maintain an appropriate population size within the refuge. The Texas Longhorn Auction is held every year at noon on the third Thursday of September, while the American Bison Auction is held every year at noon on the fourth Thursday of October. The number of animals to be auctioned varies from year to year, but generally consists of cows or bulls no longer needed for reproduction, as well as excess calves.

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