Major contracting machinery auction looms large

Carnew Mart will host a sizeable auction of modern, second-hand agricultural machinery on Friday (February 16).

The auction is being held on behalf of David Hatton, who is retiring from his silage contracting activities.

With that in mind, it is not surprising that much of the equipment up for sale is silage-related, but there are other lots too.

The sale looks likely to attract a sizeable crowd; it will be held at David’s premises – at Loggan, Gorey, Co. Wexford.

The list of machines up for grabs includes not one but two JCB loading shovels and a pair of tandem-axle Broughan silage trailers. There are also three tractors listed – all wearing green liveries of one hue or another. One is a Deutz-Fahr; another is a Claas; there’s a Fendt too.

There’s even a self-propelled Claas Jaguar forager in the mix. 

A list of the available lots, along with pictures of the machines, can be accessed on Carnew Mart’s website.

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This 2006 Claas Jaguar 850, showing 2,800 engine hours and 2,300 drum hours, is up for grabs
This 2015 (151-reg) Fendt 716 Vario might prove a big talking point. It has 4,300 recorded hours
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This 2016 (162-reg) Claas Arion 640 is one of the many available lots. It has 1,350 hours on its odometer
This 2011 Deutz-Fahr M640 looks like an attractive proposition. It has 4,500 recorded hours
This 2013 (132-reg) JCB 414S Farm Master looks like an ‘able climber’. It has 3,400 hours on its clock
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This 2005 JCB 412 Farm Master could be a handy on-farm tool. 6,380 hours are showing on the clock

There’s also a varied selection of machinery and implements; these are shown in the gallery below. Stay tuned to AgriLand for further details.