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Tuesday, May 29th, 2018

When you attend an auction to purchase farm equipment, you probably already know which machine you need. Whether you are looking for equipment with a specific number of hydraulic outlets or a certain model, you should still conduct an inspection before the auction. This is a general guideline for you to use when attending an equipment auction so you are ready to bid on your next tractor.

Friday, August 11th, 2017

Planning a farm equipment auction may seem a bit daunting at first. There are several things that have to be planned beforehand, and there are a lot of unknowns for those who are new to auctions. If you are looking into planning a farm equipment auction, here are some helpful tips to keep you on track.

Monday, April 10th, 2017

When farmers set out to buy a used tractor, they typically know exactly what they are looking to purchase. Usually, farmers will inspect tractors that interest them before they bid for them at auction. The following are several inspection tips as well as general guidelines to follow when looking for a good used tractor at auction.

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Used farm equipment auctions bring in billions of dollars in sales every year. There is a growing demand from farmers looking to upgrade older machines, so auctioneers have seen record prices at used farm equipment auctions. There are many things sellers and buyers can do to get the most out of farm equipment auctions, including following the timing of auctions. Choosing the best type of auction and having detailed information are also important.

Monday, August 1st, 2016

In recent times, there has been more farm equipment produced than there has been a demand for. If you are interested in buying high quality farm equipment at the lowest prices available, used farm equipment auctions may be right for you. For many years people would get rid of their old machines at auctions. Interested buyers would gather together from all over the area to see and bid on the auctioned equipment. These days, farm equipment auctions are still popular, but now people can simply use their computers to locate and bid on the equipment. It is important to consider many factors when bidding on farm equipment, including inspecting all pieces and saving money.

Monday, July 18th, 2016

When you are in the market for used farm equipment, there are many different ways for you to make your purchase. You can look into private sellers listed in newspapers or equipment magazines, or find dealers, brokers, and online websites. You can also attend auctions that specializes in selling used farm equipment. The method that will work best for you depends on the selections available and prices, among other factors. Whatever method you choose to buy used farm equipment, ask yourself the following ten questions before you make the purchase.

Monday, June 20th, 2016

If you have replaced your older farm equipment with newer and better models, you might be wondering about how to sell your unneeded equipment. There are a few things you can do to maximize the chance of profiting from your used machinery. Updating its outward appearance, advertising the equipment online, and selling at auction are a few steps to successfully sell your used farm equipment.

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

Buying used farm equipment is a great way to save money if you’re on a budget. There are many opportunities to buy used equipment that is in great condition at auction, but how do you know if you’re getting a good deal? First, you can consider the benefits of buying farm equipment at auction and remember the important factors to look for. It is also important to keep in mind the best equipment to buy at auction and how to maintain your used farm equipment.

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

Auctions are a great way to get affordable farm equipment. However, before you commit to purchasing a tractor, you want to make sure it fills your farming needs and is in working order. The best way to determine the condition of a tractor is by checking it over at the auction: outside, inside, engine stopped and engine running. If the tractor meets your criteria, you may get a real bargain.