Livestock Auction Sued by 4 Firms
Robinson, Robin, THE JOURNAL RECORD
Four Oklahoma livestock companies are suing the Oklahoma City Livestock Exchange for expelling them from the exchange because they are joining a new livestock exchange in El Reno, the companies said.
The four firms, Brown Commission Co., Coit Commission Co. Cooper Livestock Commission Co. and Simms Commission Co., filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Western District in Oklahoma City.
The firms claim the exchange rules discriminate against them because of their prospective involvement in other markets.
"The sole reason for the (four companies') expulsion from the exchange is their association with the new planned stockyards in El Reno: …
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