Home   Ag Industry News

Hopper seed bin set highlights equipment auction

Hopper seed bin set highlights equipment auction

The set sold after 80 bids Auction Report

A hopper seed bin set sold for the highest price during a recent equipment auction.

The 2016 Amber Waves hopper seed bin set with conveyor from Roundup, Mont., sold for US$119,000 (CAD$153,477) to a buyer from North Dakota after 80 bids.

Specs: 7 (4-4800bu And 3-950bu) Hopper Bottom Seed Bins And 120' USC 16" Conveyor Mounted Under Bins With 6'x20' Shed Covering Conveyor Discharge. Large Bins Have 7.5HP Aeration Fans, Small Bins Have 3HP Aeration Fans, Requires 230V Single Phase Power. Bins Have Full Ladders With Safety Cages, 2 Sight Glasses On Each Bin, Rack And Pinion Crank Slide Gates.

Amber Waves seed bins

A 2009 John Deere 9570 STS combine from Talmage, Neb., sold for US$88,250 (CAD$113,731) to a buyer from the same state after 192 bids.

Specs: 2,463 engine hours, 1,522 separator hours, John Deere 6-Cylinder Turbo, Diesel, Water Cooled Engine, Hydrostatic Transmission, 3 Forward Speeds, 3 Reverse Speeds, Self-Propelled, 2WD, 520/85R38 Front Tires, 600/65R28 Rear Tires, Duals, Variable Speed Header Drive, Lateral Header Tilt, Reverser, Rock Trap, Single Point Hookup, Auto Height Control, Bullet Rotor, Large Grain Concaves, Electric Concave Adjustment, Corn And Soybean Sieve And Chaffer, Electric Sieve And Chaffer Adjustment, Rotary Chopper, 21’ Unloading Auger Length, Heater, AC, Radio, Air Suspension Operator Seat, Instructional Seat, Guidance Ready, Grain Tank & Auger Cameras, Operator's Manual, Mauer Bin Extensions.

A 2003 John Deere 8420 tractor from Moundridge, Kan., sold for US$86,500 (CAD$111,477) to a buyer from the same state after 118 bids.

Specs: 8,042 engine hours, 8.1L Turbo Diesel, 16-Speed Powershift Transmission, 480/80R50 Rear Dual Tires With Weights, 480/70R34 Front Duals, ILS Front Suspension, (18) Front Weights, 3-Point With Fast Hitch, (4) Sets Of Hydraulic Remotes, Large 1000 RPM PTO, GreenStar Ready, Trainer Seat, ClimaTrak, A/C Radio, Front Fenders.

A 2014 JLG G10-55A 4x4x4 telehandler from Imperial, Neb., sold for US$80,250 (CAD$103,395) to a buyer from Kansas after 160 bids.

Specs: 7,356 hours, Cummins 4-cylinder Diesel Engine, 10,000 Lbs Lift Capacity, 55’ Reach, 3 Stage Boom, Front Hydraulic Outriggers, 4 WD, 4 Wheel Steering, Side To Side Tilt On Machine, Side To Side Tilt On Forks, 4 Speed Power Shift Transmission, Heat And A/C, 400/75-28 Solid Rubber Tires, Rear Weight, Clevis Hitch On Rear.

A 1999 Case IH MX200 tractor from Washta, Iowa sold for US$72,750 (CAD$93,725) to a buyer from the same state after 143 bids.

Specs: 2,511 hours, 8.3L 6-Cyl Turbo Diesel, Powershift Transmission, 540 PTO, 3-Pt w/ Fast Hitch, Rear 3-Pt Controller, 380/85 R34 Front Tires, 18.4R46 Rear Tires w/ Duals, 3 Hydraulic Remotes, (1) 500# Wheel Weight Each Rear Wheel, Heat/AC, Buddy Seat, Radio.

Trending Video

Finding her path back to the Swine Industry each time with Dr. Miriam Martin.

Video: Finding her path back to the Swine Industry each time with Dr. Miriam Martin.

Dr. Miriam Martin is Director of Animal Health and Welfare from the North American Meat Institute.

We discuss how she grew up in Swine Production on a small Hog Farm in Missouri. We discuss her enhanced career path, and exciting things in store at her job at NAMI. We discuss her mentor Temple Grandin, and her time at Colorado and Kansas State University and learning about Swine behaviour and pain research. We discuss ASF preparedness, Safeguarding Animal Health and finally if we need to define a leadership strategy or outside box approach to move the Swine Industry forward.

About Our Guest Dr. Miriam S. Martin grew up on a ranch in Meadville, Missouri. Miriam completed he undergraduate degree in animal science at the University of Missouri where she discovered her passion for animal welfare. She earned a Masters in livestock behavior and welfare in Temple Grandin’s group at Colorado State University before enrolling in a Doctoral program at Kansas State University in August 2018. Miriam is the first recipient of the FFAR Fellowship in the history of Kansas State University. Dr. Martin’s doctoral studies focused on investigating pain and analgesic strategies in food animals. These studies resulted in the publication of 8 first author papers and 5 co-author publications. Miriam served as the Midwest ASAS Graduate Director and the CVM GSA Vice President. She is also the recipient of a 2022 ASAS Midwest Young Scholars Award. Dr. Martin successfully defended her Ph.D. on October 2021 and she currently serves as the Director of Animal Health and Welfare for the North American Meat Institute.


Your email address will not be published