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Sprayers take spotlight at equipment auction

Sprayers take spotlight at equipment auction

Of the five items that sold for the highest prices, four were sprayers

Farms.com Auction Report
By  Farms.com

Four of the five items that sold for the highest prices during a recent auction were sprayers.

A Miller sprayer sold for the highest price out of the 2,243 items sold during a March 13 BigIron auction.

The Miller Nitro 6345 sprayer from Gibbon, Neb., sold for US$255,500 (CAD$346,153) to a buyer from the same state after 275 bids.

Specs: 455 hours showing, Cummins 345HP 8.9L Diesel Engine, Hydrostatic Transmission, 4WD, All Wheel Steer Option, 120' MonoBeam Boom W/15" Nozzle Spacing, Miller IntelliSpray/Raven Hawkeye PWM Nozzle Control System W/97 Solenoids And 10 Section Valves, Miller UltraGlide/Raven AutoBoom Boom Leveling W/3 Ultrasonic Sensors, Fence Row Nozzles W/in Cab Switches, Air Blow-out System For Boom, Two Caster Wheels For MonoBeam Boom Wings, Rear Boom Option For Tall Crops (never Used), Premium Spray View Cab Option W/toolbox, Lincoln Auto Greaser, 1600-Gal Stainless Steel Tank, Stainless Steel Chemical Inductor, Hypro 9307CWS High Capacity Solution Pump Option, Miller Farming Base Kit For Use With Raven Viper 4+ Or CNH IntelliView Or JD 2630 Displays (JD 2630 Display Not Included), Factory Installed Reichhardt AutoTrac Kit For Use With John Deere GPS Receivers If Desired (John Deere GPS Receiver NOT Included), Crop Guards In Front Of All Four Wheels, Chassis/Underbody Pans, CNH Auxiliary Lighting Package, High Capacity Hydraulic Pump Option, Pace Pressure Washer W/reel And 50' Of Hose, Michelin VF 420/95R50 MC 177 LI Tires.

Nitro sprayer

The following pieces of equipment round out the five pieces of equipment that sold for the highest prices at the auction.

A 2018 John Deere R4045 sprayer from Sioux Center, Iowa, sold for US$203,001 (CAD$275,060) to a buyer from South Dakota after 505 bids.

Specs: 1,987 hours, 9.0L Engine, Premium Commandview III Cab, Premium Radio, SS Eductor Auto Solution Control, Front Fill, 120’ Steel Boom Wings, 20” Nozzle Spacing, 120’ Auto Boom Level System, Wheel Slip Control, Boom Air Purge, LED Field Lighting, JD Exact Apply Nozzle Control, Fence Row Nozzle RH/LH 120’, Autrotrac Vision, Autotrac Rowsense, 420/95R50 Tires.

A 2013 John Deere 1770 NT 24R30 planter from Exeter, Neb., sold for US$165,000 (CAD$223,573) to a buyer from the same state after 130 bids.

Specs: Front Fold, 2 Pt Semi Mount, Precision Planting Components Replaced Include: Precision V-Drive, Hydraulic Delta Force Down Pressure, Speed Tubes, Precision Gen 3 Touchscreen Monitor, GBGI Parallel Linkages And Gauge Wheel Arms, Yetter Furrow Openers With Precision Clean Sweep, 4 Weights Per End Of Bar, SurePoint Sentinel Liquid Fertilizer System With 450 Gal Tank, Central City Scale, Copperhead Closing Wheels, Reconditioned/updated Pins In Hitch And Bar.

John Deere planter

A 2019 RoGator RG1100C sprayer from Winterset, Iowa, sold for US$159,000 (CAD$215,466) to a buyer from Nebraska after 169 bids.

Specs: 1,296 hours, 90’ Boom, S.S. Tank, 20” Nozzle Spacing, Leather, Foam Marker, Front Fill, Hydraulic Thread Adjust, Raven Viper 4+ Autosteer And Section Control, Optiload, Liquid Logic, Eductor, Advanced Cab, 4 Wheel Steer, Large Boom Tree, LED Lights, Air Dryer Package, Fence Row Nozzle, 380/90R46.

A 2020 John Deere R4030 sprayer from Le Mars, Iowa, sold for US$155,300 (CAD$210,433) to a buyer from Kansas after 150 bids.

Specs: 1,453 hours, 100' Steel Boom Wings, 20" Nozzle Spacing, 100' SS 20" Plumbing, 90/100' Auto Boom Level System, Wheel Slip Control, Boom Air Purge, Halogen Field Lighting, Fence Row Nozzle RH/LH 100', Premium Commandview III Cab, Premium Radio, 6.8L Engine, Automatic Solution Control, SS Tank, Front Fill, 380/90R46 Tires.




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