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Auction today. What we got

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old

06-29-2013 18:47:32




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Went to an auction with a friend as help in pricing things. He got a NH450 3 point sickle bar mower for $950 and a Hesston round baler for $1300 and a few other small stuff. Now I get to figure out how to mount the NH450 on his Ford 1700




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David G

06-30-2013 19:32:26




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to old, 06-29-2013 18:47:32  
I am surprised they are not using MoCo's there.



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Bret4207

07-01-2013 05:55:05




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to David G, 06-30-2013 19:32:26  
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We do use moco's, discbines, etc. The sickle bars are handy for ditches, fence lines, odd little lots and for places you can't get a moco into. I have one field I have to cross a crick to get to. I'd never even consider taking a moco through there. A sickle bar on a 3 pt is a whole nuther thing.



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old

06-30-2013 20:40:01




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to David G, 06-30-2013 19:32:26  
We do but at times a sickle mower works better due to how hilly it is in this area and small fields



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parisspringstom

06-30-2013 18:30:50




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to old, 06-29-2013 18:47:32  
bought one for 300.00 4 years ago, Southwest, mo



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chevytaHOE5674

06-30-2013 12:53:28




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to old, 06-29-2013 18:47:32  
My neighbor has couple sickle mowers that hes been trying to sell and he can't hardly give them away UP here in the UP of Michigan. They have been replaced by the haybine, disc mower, discbine, and drum mower so nobody wants one.



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oldtanker

06-30-2013 12:02:06




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to old, 06-29-2013 18:47:32  
Round here they ain't worth much. Everyone had one at one time or another so there are plenty around. I've seen nice ones bring less that 200.

West MN

Rick



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Bret4207

06-30-2013 06:22:46




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to old, 06-29-2013 18:47:32  
I wish folks would list where they are located. "My area" might be Yuma, Az., Bangor, Me. or Minot, ND. Telling us where "here" is provides more info to the discussion.

In my area, St Lawrence Co NY, a NH sickle bar like that would bring upwards of a grand in good condition. Mostly going to deer hunters and small farmers. I'd love one myself. Real handy in our small fields.



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Brendon Warren

06-30-2013 08:26:56




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to Bret4207, 06-30-2013 06:22:46  
Im in St. Lawerence Co. as well and my brother sold his mower for 1200 bucks



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old

06-30-2013 07:46:06




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to Bret4207, 06-30-2013 06:22:46  
Here in Missouri people do a lot of hay so the sickle mowers bring a grand give or take a bit. They also had a disk mower and it sold for $2400



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jm.

06-30-2013 05:49:57




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to old, 06-29-2013 18:47:32  
The statement by 03 really brings out the difference we see in areas of the country. Around here at a strong auction with lots of bidders the 450 sickle mower would never bring over $ 300.00.
More than likely a lot less. Gess it is like everthing else LOCATION>>>LOCATION>> LOCATION



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06-29-2013 19:47:12




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 Re: Auction today. What we got in reply to old, 06-29-2013 18:47:32  
One of those mowers wouldn't bring a hunnert dollars here on Van. Isle.



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