Online farm machinery boost for East Anglian auctioneers

Friday, March 21, 2014
3:01 PM

An online sale of agricultural equipment and tractors generated interest from across the country, according to auctioneer Rebecca Mayhew.

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The first timed online sale of tractors, combines and tackle by Durrants, of Beccles, resulted in successful bids from as far as afield as Yorkshire. Several were registered made by continental bidders.

All bidding took place via i-bidder.com and the lots were advertised in print. “This does not spell the end of the farm dispersal sale as we know them – quite the opposite. Depending on a client’s individual needs, an on-site sale may well be the best way forward,” she added.

Leading prices

Claas Dominator 98 combine £20,000.

Komatsu 2.5T digger £6,100. New Holland round baler £5,900

Tractors - Claas Challenger 55 tracked £18,000. MF 168 £5,800; MF 135 £3,800; MF 565M £3,400. Ford 6600 £3,200. Dowdeswell MA 100 series 4F plough £5,000. Simba MK3 3.7 m discs £3,000. McConnel Swing Trim Finger Bar Hedge Cutter £2,850. Kubota diesel ride on mower £2,100. Kuhn fertiliser spreader - £1,800

Future sales include a dispersal at Lound on May 3; collective sale at Poringland on May 20.

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