Cheffins will host a significant equipment public sale on behalf of Heywood Farms Ltd in Rampton, Cambridgeshire in September.
The sale, which can happen on Tuesday, September 13, will embrace over 150 heaps, together with tractors, a mix, a fodder harvester and numerous equipment and tools.
John Deeres tops the listing
The spotlight of the sale, for John Deere followers, is the at the least 2022 John Deere 6195R with an estimate of €132,000–143,000 (£110,000–120,000).
The identical mannequin, however from 2016, provides an estimate of €60,000–72,000 (£50,000–60,000), which represents a 50% charge of depreciation over six years.
One other John Deere, this time a 7530, rated at 180hp, was first registered in 2011, the ultimate yr of manufacturing for this specific mannequin. It has been estimated at €42,000–48,000 (£35,000–40,000).
Since 2009 a Class Jaguar 690 forage harvester is on sale for €72,000–84,000 (£60,000–70,000). Additionally accessible shall be trailers, muck spreaders, drills, a sprayer, instruments and a variety of different equipment.
One other large ticket merchandise within the Rampton sale is the 1998 New Holland TX68 24ft Lower Mix Harvester, estimated at €21,000–24,000 (£18,000–20,000).
These had been landmark machines once they had been first launched 10 years in the past and the 286hp TX68 characterize an evolution of a properly confirmed idea.
from Rampton to New Zealand
Heywood Farms is a farmer and agricultural contractor based mostly in Rampton, Cambridgeshire, and run by Scott and Sarah Heywood, who intend to proceed their farming careers in New Zealand.
Cheffins colleague Charles Wadsley commented:
“The Haywood Farms Catalog for Sale sees a various choice of properly maintained equipment and tools. With a paucity of high quality used farm equipment available in the market, with a future for brand spanking new kits, we count on this The sale shall be of nice curiosity to each the farmers and the sellers.”
The sale will happen on Tuesday, 13 September on the Heywood Farms Restricted premises, New Farms, Cow Lane, Rampton, Cambridgeshire.