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Pics-9600 John Deere On A Farm Sale Plus More

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01-26-2014 04:58:24

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Yesterday I attended a farm sale 20 miles west of me..The owner was retiring and moving back to California where he originally came from....He had a 500 acre mostly creek bottom farm with a levee..It looked like a tough place to farm..

On the sale was a JD 9600 combine with 4051 engine hours and 2742 seperator hours...It had a new concave and cylinder bars...The right side drive tire was new...It received a bid of $21,000...

They then went to the JD 930F header and trailer...They received a bid of $2,800...They then put the two together and the bidding stalled out at $25,000...The owner said NO SALE..The combine market is soft and I think that he will have problems in selling it for much more..

The JD 6105D with H260 loader and only 192 hours sold for $53,000...

The 2950 JD with 148 loader and 5299 hours sold for $15.500..

The Belarus 6133 with 2824 hours sold for $5900..

The Massey Ferguson 2745 with 3534 hours sold for $4,100...It had 80% dual 20.8's and a weak hydraulic pump...

The New Holland LS 170 skid loader with 1530 hours sold for $13,000...

The Case-IH 5300 21 hole drill sold for $4,300...It showed very little use and still had 10 bushels of beans in the seed box..

The 1970 Plymouth Valiant with 38,377 miles sold for $3,000..The slant six was stuck and it had a California title..

The 17 ft Krause cutting disk sold for $1850...If I hadnt stopped the guy when he was leaving,he would have side swiped a pickup..

The last picture shows the farm...It had mostly been in milo in 2013 with lots of drown out spots..

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Mike Aylward

01-28-2014 07:27:32

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 Re: Pics-9600 John Deere On A Farm Sale Plus More in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-26-2014 04:58:24  
Without knowing the year of the combine and it's condition it's hard to know if that was a bargain or not. However, the platform, being a full-finger head, WAS cheap unless it was beat up pretty bad. Mike

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01-28-2014 14:49:12

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 Re: Pics-9600 John Deere On A Farm Sale Plus More in reply to Mike Aylward, 01-28-2014 07:27:32  
Well,the word is that right after the sale was over an area farmer offered more than $25,000 for the 9600 JD and the combine is now sold..I'm guessing 30-35K..It was in decent shape and the model year was never announced..

The 930F head was in good shape and needed only 2 guards...

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01-27-2014 09:23:53

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 Re: Pics-9600 John Deere On A Farm Sale Plus More in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-26-2014 04:58:24  
Blaine - lots of guys in central MO still use lots of JD combines from that era (9400/9500/9600). That header is too big for most Central MO farms but that looks like a bargain for that much combine if it"s in decent shape compared to lots of other things these days.

That skidder seemed like a good deal given the low hours even if was on the smaller side. Most people want a fortune for those things on CL. Looks like JD planter somewhere in the background on one of the pics. What was it and was it sold?

When I see that a 9600 with a head won"t sell for $25K then I look at this 9400 on CL being asked for $55K I really laugh. Mike

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01-27-2014 09:48:09

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 Re: Pics-9600 John Deere On A Farm Sale Plus More in reply to Skyhighballoon(MO), 01-27-2014 09:23:53  

Mike,here are some of the other prices..

JD 7000 6 row planter $2,100

JD 30 ft field cultivator $2,700

DMI 280 bu gravity wagon $2,400

Massey Ferguson 21 ft chisel $2500 -consigned

450 bu grain cart $3,500-consigned

2000 S-10 Chevy 4 cyl,5 speed.56,000 miles???,rough $3900..The 36 ft Sea Breeze motor home behind it sold for $11,500

The farms have gotten so big here thats theres very few 9500-9600 JD's still being used as most were worn out..35 ft flex heads are common now..That 9400 would be way over priced in my area..

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01-28-2014 07:38:43

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 Re: Pics-9600 John Deere On A Farm Sale Plus More in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-27-2014 09:48:09  
If that's the no-till coulters in the pile for 7000 planter and the marker ends are not missing, then that $2100 is about half or a third of what I see people ask for them on the other side of MO and in IL. But in in my area in Central, MO, 12 row planters are getting common. Mike

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SD Pete

01-26-2014 14:19:29

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 Re: Pics-9600 John Deere On A Farm Sale Plus More in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-26-2014 04:58:24  
I like the drill. I had to look the Massey up on tractor data. It looks like a brute. Wasnt many Masseys around here.

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01-26-2014 09:42:18

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 Re: Pics-9600 John Deere On A Farm Sale Plus More in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-26-2014 04:58:24  
I didn't realize those flex heads have devalued that much, I don't think around here the combine would have brought any more.

I always liked those big masseys, but have never seen one in person, just not much for Massey in our area. Seems like cheap horsepower, but I have heard the hydraulic pump repair on most masseys is a three way split.

That Plymouth sure looks straight, my first car was a 76 duster, still have it, but the rust has really took over.

Thanks for the pictures and information.

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Kent Petersen

01-28-2014 05:14:56

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 Re: Pics-9600 John Deere On A Farm Sale Plus More in reply to Moline_guy, 01-26-2014 09:42:18  
Here in eastern Dakotas every body wants the new drapper heads for beans. auger heads are getting cheeper all the time

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