Cheffins is set to hold a major agricultural sale on the 16th of February, on behalf of Wilson Farming Ltd in Samlesbury, Lancashire. It is set to be one of the largest sales this year, with more than 150 lots including 14 tractors, six forage harvesters, three self-propelled mowers, two loading shovels, grassland equipment and other implements.
Highlights include a 2020 John Deere 6215R with an estimate of £115,000, a 2020 John Deere 6155R with an estimate of £95,000 and a 2020 Fendt 720 with an estimate of £90,000. Other lots include a 2011 Class 960 Jaguar with an estimate of £80,000, a 2011 Claas 940 with an estimate of £70,000 and a 2021 Krone Big M 450 self-propelled mower with an estimate of £235,000, whilst a 2021 JCB 419S loading shovel is set to sell for £130,000.
Oliver Godfrey, director and head of the Machinery and Auction Division at Cheffins said: “This mammoth sale is set to be the biggest of 2023. It includes stacks of well-maintained machinery and is all part of Wilson Farming Limited’s comprehensive fleet renewal policy. This presents an unrivalled opportunity for buyers to pick up modern farm machinery in an instant, negating the long lead times for new stock which has hampered progress for many farmers and dealers for the past two years.”
Wilson Farming Ltd was established in 1970 and has been run as an agricultural contracting and hire company for more than 50 years. It prides itself on having the latest equipment and technology, as well as having spare parts in stock and an effective repair service.
Ian Wilson, of Wilson Farming Ltd, explained: “The auction is part of our extensive equipment replacement program for 2023, and we are pleased to instruct Cheffins to undertake our equipment sale following on from the very successful auction which they organised for us back in 2011. We know we can depend on their expertise and professional approach to achieve the highest value for our quality used machines in today’s demanding market.
“At Wilson Farming Ltd we offer a full line of agricultural contracting along with the nationwide hire of tractors, loading shovels and grass and maize harvesting equipment. We are delighted to continue supplying agricultural services using the latest machinery to both our hire and contracting customers for many years to come.”
Mr Godfrey continued: “The market for the best in class of second-hand machinery continues to go from strength to strength, as long lead times for new kit, coupled with a lack of stock within the market drives prices. We have also seen that the export market has come back in full force, both at on-site sales and our monthly machinery sale hosted at Cheffins, as buyers look to make the most of the weakening pound and become increasingly savvy at navigating export regulations post-Brexit.”
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