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Case IH tractor fetches top dollar at Ritchie Bros. auction

Case IH tractor fetches top dollar at Ritchie Bros. auction

The two-day auction took place in North Battleford, Sask.

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A 10-year-old tractor was the top selling piece of farm equipment during a Ritchie Bros. auction in North Battleford, Sask. on Nov. 24.

The 2010 Case IH Steiger 535HD 4WD tractor with 3,067 hours sold for $205,000 (US$157,881).

Specs: 16 spd powershift LH rev, diff lock, AFS Pro 700 display, 372 receiver, AccuGuide autosteer, hi flow hyd, 5 hyd outlets, aux hyd, HID lighting, frt weights, rear wheel weights, rear weights, 800/70R38, duals, tow cable, 57 GPM, aux LED lights.

A 2011 Case IH Steiger 535 Quadtrac tractor with 5,153 hours sold for $190,000 (US$145,236).

Specs: 16 spd powershift LH rev, diff lock, AFS Pro 600 display, Trimble receiver, AFS AccuGuide autosteer, 5 hyd outlets, aux hyd, Big 1000 PTO, 36 in. tracks, tow cable, aux LED lights, hi flow hyd, 57 GPM.

A 2015 Case IH Patriot 4440 sprayer with 2,136 hours sold for $165,000 (US$126,126).

Specs: 1,200-gal stainless steel tank, 5 nozzle bodies, fence row nozzles, auto rate ctrl, rinse tank, Raven Viper Pro display, 372 receiver, SmarTrax autosteer, crop dividers, hyd axle adj, 320/90R46, AccuBoom, AutoBoom, AIM Command, 3 in. front fill.

A 2012 Case IH 9120 combine with 2,050 engine hours and 1,382 separator hours sold for $145,000 (US$110,838).

Specs: 3016 15 ft hdr, reverser, VSR, auto HHC, F&A, 22 ft auger, grain tank exts, chaff spreader, fine cut chopper, yield & moisture, AFS Pro 700 display, 372 receiver, lateral tilt fdr house, HID lighting, 620/70R42 F, 28Lx26 R, duals.

A 2014 Salford I-4141vertical disc sold for $84,000 (US$64,210).

Specs: 19.5 in. serrated frt blade, 15.5 in. serrated rear blade, 8 in. spacing, hitch leveling, 3 bar harrows, rolling baskets, 13 waves, weights.


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