We investigate the dynamic magnetic properties of the AB(p)C(1-p) form mixed ferro-ferrimagnetic ternary alloy. For this purpose, the system was simulated by means of a Hamiltonian including single-ion anisotropy, A and B sites interact ferromagnetically, and A and C sites interact antiferromagnetically in the presence of a time-dependent magnetic field. A ion contains S-A = 3/2, B ions have S-B = 1 and C ions have S-C = 5/2. The phase diagrams are calculated in temperature, single-ion anisotropy, and concentration ratio parameters planes. It is found that in our dynamic system, the critical temperature was always dependent on the concentration of the ternary alloy. We show that single-ion anisotropy can be used as a control parameter like concentration to arrange the critical temperature of the ternary alloy. (C) 2021 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.