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Ritchie Bros.' 2018 farm auction season begins

Staff Writer |
Every spring, Ritchie Bros.' agricultural team sets out for its busy March and April auction season.

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Driving from farm to farm across Western Canada, the team will conduct more than 60 on-the-farm auctions in just two months. This is the perfect time for farmers digging for deals to upgrade their equipment fleets or add additional farmland.

In total, Ritchie Bros. will sell more than 9,000 agricultural equipment items and 27 real estate packages in its upcoming live and online auction events.

Equipment highlights include 700+ tractors, 475+ grain augers, 645+ hopper bins, 395+ grain bins, 225+ cultivators, 220+ headers, 220+ sprayers. 220+ combines, 155+ swathers, 150+ air drills, 125+ harrows, 125+ discs, and more.

Equipment in the live auctions will be sold for hundreds of owners—either at one of our permanent sites or directly on their farm. Much of the equipment being sold is late-model with all major manufacturers represented, including John Deere, Case IH, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, etc.

In addition to Ritchie Bros.' 60+ live onsite farm auctions in March and April, the company will sell hundreds of agricultural equipment items through its IronPlanet weekly online auctions and its newest solution, Marketplace-E. For a complete list of available equipment visit IronPlanet.com. â– 


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