Buyers came out to the pavilion to bid on animals raised by students in 4-H and Future Farmers of America.
These sales are the culmination of a years worth of work.
The students say raising the animals is fun and as an added bonus, the money they make helps them pay for college.
"I've always been really into animals, and its a good way to make money too and have fun while you're doing it. It provides a lot of opportunities, cause you get scholarships and stuff," Kayla Randall said of the Clovis Future Farmers of America.
Action News Anchor Nancy Osborne was one of the announcers for the livestock auction. She gave out information about the animals as the buyers placed bids.