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Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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Over 50 lots for Alexander Tractors’ end-of-season online sale

Over 50 lots, ranging from tractors to farm handlers, farm machinery and trailers, are catalogued for Alexander Tractors’ end-of-season online sale, which will take place next week.

The end-of-year stock clearance, in conjunction with MartEye and H&H Auctioneers, will run from Friday, December 16th to Monday, December 19th, organisers have confirmed.

Alexander Tractors has been to the fore as one of the most highly respected tractor and machinery outlets, locally and throughout Ireland and GB, for almost five decades.

Ahead of the forthcoming sale, Nelson Alexander – father of James Alexander – commented:

“This is a real opportunity for those on the hunt for tractors, farm handlers, farm machinery and trailers to source items at a keen rate”.

“We are making way for new stock arriving in the new year,” he added.

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“Buy with confidence as we are happy to arrange transport if required throughout the UK and Ireland.”

“Buyers should note that there is a 5% fee capped at a maximum of £500. All buyers must pre-register with H&H via MartEye,” he added.

The Alexanders own all lots, and they are currently available to view in their yard.

Bidding and viewing

Bidding opens on on December 16th and runs through to Monday, 19th. The first lot will close from 7 pm.

Viewing is welcome beforehand on-site at 88 Gloverstown Road, Randalstown BT41 3HY, between 15-17th December. Pre-sale enquiries to Nelson 07860 646281.

Suckler farming

Last month, James Alexander featured in a Dovea Genetics webinar, which That’s Farming compiled a report from.

During the virtual session, he revealed how a raft of mistakes he made in his earlier farming years sowed the seed for his current thriving enterprise.

Operating under the Jalex brand, he sources and supplies superior-type beef-bred suckler heifers across Ireland and the UK, hosting various on-farm sales throughout the year.

Read more on this news article.

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