Strong demand for livestock machinery at online sale | The Scottish Farmer

2022-12-17 12:46:22 By : Mr. Aaron Xu

An entry of 818 lots from 146 vendors sold to 155 purchasers from all parts of the UK and Southern Ireland at an online sale of machinery and livestock equipment through Harrison and Hetherington.

Top priced lot at £26,250 was a John Deere 6930 tractor followed at £25,300 by a Stewarts Gx26-SF livestock trailer. Calcium Carbonate Grinding

Tractors and vehicles – £26,250 John Deere 6930 premium; £11,800 Ford 6410 H reg; £7600 Manitou telehandler; £3600 Hanix 2.8tonne mini digger.

Implements and equipment – £25,300 Stewarts GX26-SF livestock trailer; £9000 Hakkipilke firewood processor; £6300 K and K twin tub mixer; £4450 Spreadale midi; £4200 8t hopper; £3650 Twose 5m hedger; £3600 Spread-a-bale; £3500 Superior 6000 roller mill; £3100 Ifor Williams double axle sheep trailer; £2850 Hudson 14ft tri-axle cattle trailer with dividing door; £2700 Kveneland ES80 4F vari-width plough; £2600 Bateson 16ft cattle trailer.

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