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...More on previous page This Einbock Pneumaticbox seeder was mounted on a front toolbar frame and sold for £1,200. The star of the sale was this New Holland CR9070 Elevation rotary combine. New in 2011, it had worked just 850 engine, and 700 drum hours and was registered on an ’11-plate.’ It was offered with its 2012, 760CG, 25ft dual-drive Varifeed header and a Shelbourne Reynolds C7500 header trolley, two side knives, full service history, a current dealer appraisal report and was in very good condition having been used to harvest only oilseed rape and cereals. It failed to reach its reserve at the event but the vendor has since advertised it privately through Farmers Guide (see page 101) and the combine is expected to sell quickly for use this harvest.

A winning bid of £20,000 secured this superb 2003-model, Amazone UK1801 1,800-litre 24m mounted sprayer. It was sold with a current certificate and Amatron Plus controller and came with a quick-fit frame comfort pack, electro-hydraulic Profi-fold 2 booms with distance control, automatic boom height control and levelling.

This versatile 3m Weaving Subdisc tine and disc cultivator with integrated rear packer was in good working order and sold for £2,550.

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Complete with two vices this home-made workshop bench made £10.

In excellent condition, this John Deere 7530 Premium tractor had AutoQuad 50kph transmission and was on 650/65R42 rear and 540/65R30 front tyres. It had a Zuideberg front linkage. New in 2011, it was registered on an ’11-plate’ and had worked 4,300hrs. It sold to a Derbyshire buyer for £45,400.

Slightly older, the other John Deere 7530 Premium tractor was a 2008 model registered on an ’08-plate’. It had AutoQuad 40kph transmission, four manual spools and had worked 5,825hrs. The tractor was extremely tidy for its age and sold to a buyer from Scarborough, Yorkshire for £29,800.

Vaderstad cultivators tend to command high prices when they appear at farm sales and this Rexus Carrier 5m version, dating from 2005 made £3,950 while a Rapid 4m drill, new in 2009, made £21,100.

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