Col. Cody L. Manspile
Cody has wanted be an auctioneer since elementary school. He sold his first item at auction when he was eleven years old. After high school Cody attended the World Wide College of Auctioneering in Iowa. Cody credits long time auctioneer Harold Entsminger, for giving him his start. When Cody is not on the block he spends majority of his time on his family farm, where he has a flock of prize North Country Cheviot sheep and a few beef cows. Cody also spends some time as a volunteer firefighter. He is a great supporter of the 4-H and FFA programs in the region traveling many miles to sell their auctions at no charge.
Col. Nathan J. Zullig
Nathan became an auctioneer after growing up showing livestock and finding an interest in the auction business. Through encouragement from Cody and other friends and family who have worked as auctioneers, he attended World Wide College of Auctioneering in June of 2018 and obtained his license shortly after graduation. Nathan and Cody met through activities with the National FFA Organization and the Augusta County 4-H and FFA Market Animal Show, where Cody has assisted in auctioning the sale since 2016. Nathan is currently a sophomore at James Madison University. He is a major in Sport and Recreation Management with a minor in Sport Communication while also acting as the public-address announcer for multiple varsity sports for JMU.