Fewer entries forward for Harrison and Hetherington's monthly online sale | The Scottish Farmer

2022-10-28 02:04:55 By : Ms. Demi En

A small entry of 393 lots were on offer with a sharper trade at Harrison and Hetherington's monthly online auction of tractors, vehicles, machinery and other farm implements.

Selling for the top price of £39,500 was a Massey Ferguson 7624 tractor. High Output Silage Reclaimer

Tractors – £39,500 Massey Ferguson 7624; £1270 Grey Ferguson.

Plant machinery – £4650 JCB 2CX; £2950 Benford Terex 2.5tonne roller; £2350 Bedford 3tonne dumper; £1900 Bonser 2.5tonne forklift; £1800 Manitou forklift; £1750 Benford 3.5ton dumper; £1150 Ford 4550 digger.

Read more: Harrison and Hetherington's online sale topped by a Claas tractor

Implements and machinery – £17,000 (x2) Richard Western graine trailer; £14,900 Agrimac cattle trailer; £780 Arts way 5165 Portable hammer mill mixer; £4700 PrimeX 2200gal LGP tanker; £3900 Ifor Williams trailer; £3500 Teagle tomahawk 8080 bale shredder; £2700 6ton feed silo; £2100 Tanco bale wrapper.

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