EAST Anglian-based auctioneer Cheffins will host a major online timed sale of over 100 items of second-hand agricultural machinery on behalf of JL Carter & Sons from Knutsford, Cheshire.
Taking place between January 21 and January 27, the auction will include well-maintained tractors, a self-propelled sprayer, harvesters, vehicles, potato growing and harvesting machinery and implements.
Amongst the tractors on offer highlights include a 2017 John Deere 6215R tractor with 2,311 hours on the clock with an estimate of £70,000-£75,000 and a 2008 John Deere 7530 with 8,649 hours and an estimate of £32,000-£36,000. Also on offer is a 2005 Grimme self-propelled potato harvester with an estimate of £50,000-£60,000; a 2015 Grimme GT170 trailed potato harvester, which is set to make between £70,000 and £75,000, and a 2008 Bateman RB26 24m self-propelled sprayer, which carries an estimate of £30,000-£35,000.
Oliver Godfrey, Director, Cheffins, commented: “By offering the sale in a timed online format, we are able to continue to keep stock levels in the second-hand machinery market at a healthy level, with values achieved through online auctions holding firm in comparison to live, traditional sales. Demand for well-maintained second-hand machinery and potato equipment in particular continues to be strong from both UK-based and overseas purchasers and we expect this sale to be of interest for both farmers and dealers.”
n Bidding online will be available at www.cheffins.co.uk
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