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fred goodrich

12-06-2018 05:03:37




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Trash or treasures!




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c.amick

12-06-2018 18:10:49




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
Would like to have the mower off the Farmall C if it is a 6 ft. one.



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Traditional Farmer

12-06-2018 17:19:46




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
Is that a New Holland hay loader?



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fred goodrich

12-07-2018 03:18:13




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 Re: Load picture in reply to Traditional Farmer, 12-06-2018 17:19:46  
Yes it is a NH hay loader.



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Adirondack case guy

12-06-2018 15:25:09




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
A little buffing and some massaging of perspective buyers at an auction will see all of the load sold.
Loren



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SVcummins

12-06-2018 12:15:05




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
Iíll take it all



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Donald Lehman

12-06-2018 07:57:55




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
I would think the tractors, bedding chopper and the disc would have some resale value.



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Zachary Hoyt

12-06-2018 07:17:31




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
The Farmall C looks good to me, I'd think that even with a stuck engine it should sell between $500-1000 if the rear tires are as good as they look.
Zach



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kcm.MN

12-06-2018 06:57:41




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
Sorry Fred, but even "I" would have to pass on that load.



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Grandpa's Fords

12-06-2018 06:45:18




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
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I don't believe there is a market anymore but the east coast's largest recycler is not very far from Goodrich's. Unfortunately there are more marketable items that go there instead.



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rrlund

12-06-2018 06:36:42




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
Is there a market for an old hay loader there? I see them going by my house on loads too,but they're headed for the crusher.



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formerly ny bill

12-06-2018 08:13:54




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 Re: Load picture in reply to rrlund, 12-06-2018 06:36:42  
there are Amish enclaves all around NY. i bet fred will get his trucking and a good deal more out of it.



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The tractor vet

12-06-2018 09:12:07




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 Re: Load picture in reply to formerly ny bill, 12-06-2018 08:13:54  
Many years back a close jockey friend from Iowa hauled a I H reaper in almost show room org condition from Neb to a sale here not far from me in Ohio that was in the heart of Amish country . The bidding on it got to fever pitch and towards the end it al most got into a fist fight with some pretty serious back and forth shoving between the last to back hats and when all the dust settled and the hammer fell it brought over 7800 bucks. that was at the spring auction and for the early fall auction he showed up with a Mint I H corn binder and watched the fun start all over , the black hats were a LITTLE more self controlled this round with only some fist shaking back and forth.

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bradley martin

12-06-2018 13:39:13




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 Re: Load picture in reply to The tractor vet, 12-06-2018 09:12:07  
I was at a consignment sale a few weeks ago. A lot of Amish or old order Mennonites in the crowd. A really good looking IHC horse drawn mower was in the line up. The black hats were looking it over pretty close. Bidding quickly went past $2,000 and iirc, ended somewhere around $2,500.



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Buddy

12-06-2018 06:24:24




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
The cub lowboy tractor would be nice to have. I am working on one now in the shop, getting it ready for the spring selling.



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Grandpa's Fords

12-06-2018 06:11:23




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
Sure could use the rear tires from that Farmall though.



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mikewood869

12-06-2018 06:05:37




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
Like the case tractor and the farmall.



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Rich'sToys

12-06-2018 06:02:36




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
We had one of those IH throwers mounted on a 66 New Holland baler when I was growing up. It had its own engine and almost weighed more than the baler did!



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paul

12-06-2018 06:02:15




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
The treasure value is pretty low on that one, imho. Scrape value + 10%, minus the typical auction fee of 15% around here, and easy to understand there are very few auctions that sell stuff like that any more around here.

About 4 items would appear on Craigís list, and the rest would get chewed up and shipped to China.

Which is too bad, Iím a big fan of farm auctions, I miss them.

Glad you are able to continue where you are.

Paul

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Crazy Horse

12-06-2018 06:44:43




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 Re: Load picture in reply to paul, 12-06-2018 06:02:15  
Paul ..... what about the Kubota? Do you recognize the model or size? Someone might be interested in that do you think? Mind you, it's a smaller unit for sure, not a full-sized tractor.



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paul

12-06-2018 10:43:41




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 Re: Load picture in reply to Crazy Horse, 12-06-2018 06:44:43  
It is 2wd, that hurts it up here in Minnesota for value.

But it and the two tractors on the back are what I valued, figure there is probably one other item hidden on the other side. :)

Paul



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Bruce from Can.

12-06-2018 05:22:15




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 Re: Load picture in reply to fred goodrich, 12-06-2018 05:03:37  
Pull that Case tractor off the back, the rest looks to be trash to me. I have one of those IH balers in the shed, and I wish it was in some one elseís collection, I am done with it.



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2underage

12-06-2018 16:23:40




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 Re: Load picture in reply to Bruce from Can., 12-06-2018 05:22:15  
Go to one of Goodrich's auction and watch that junk sell and you will be surprised at the prices some of that stuff brings. The local Amish will be drooling over that hay loader and those small Kubotas will be a hot item to. The value of the Case tractor depends on the number of Case guys at the auction.



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Grandpa love

12-06-2018 05:15:56




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Treasure!!!



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