Over 150 lots will come under the hammer at a UK-based agricultural contracting firm’s clearance sale ahead of its move to New Zealand.
East Anglian-based auctioneer, Cheffins, is hosting the sale on Tuesday, September 13th, 2022, on behalf of Haywood Farms Ltd in Rampton, Cambridgeshire.
The sale will feature tractors, a forage harvester, a combine and various machinery and implements.
Charles Wadsley, an associate at Cheffins, says the catalogue for the Haywood Farms sale sees a “diverse” selection of well-maintained machinery and implements.
“Haywood Farms is a well-respected business. We are pleased to have the opportunity to help them dispose of their machinery ahead of their move.”
“With a shortage of quality second-hand agricultural machinery on the market, coupled with long lead times for new kit, we expect this sale to be of great interest for both farmers and dealers.”
Sale highlights include:
- 2022 John Deere 6195R with an estimate of £110,000-£120,000;
- 2016 John Deere 6195R, with an estimate of £50,000 – £60,000;
- 2011 John Deere 7530, with an estimate of £35,000 – £40,000;
- 2009 Claas Jaguar 690 forage harvester, with an estimate of £60,000 – £70,000;
- 1998 New Holland TX68 24ft cut combine harvester, with an estimate of £18,000 -£20,000;
- Selection of trailers, muck spreaders, drills, sprayer, implements and other machinery.
Vintage machinery auction
Cheffins will bring over 900 lots of classic and vintage tractors, agricultural machinery, vehicles and collector’s items to Yorkshire at the forthcoming annual Harrogate Vintage Sale.
Hosted at the Great Yorkshire Showground on August 20th, 2022, the sale will be “the largest auction of its type” in the Northern Counties, the East East Anglian-based auctioneer claims.
The sale – which includes 130 classic and vintage tractors – is set to draw crowds from across the UK and Europe.
It will take place from 10.30 am at The Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2 8NZ.
There are several vehicles, bygones, collectors’ items, stationary engines and implements catalogued for the sale.
Highlights include a 1919 International Titan 10-20 tractor, “an older restoration with strong provenance”.
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