Extensive range of farm machinery to be sold in online sale

  • Harrison & Hetherington announce their next online Sale of Farm Machinery will include the dispersal of contracting machinery from Scottish Borders Contractors T D White and Messrs Batty of East Farm, Wigton

Harrison & Hetherington will be holding their next online Machinery Sale on the 4th & 5th May.  To be included in the sale are tractors, plant, and commercial vehicles, including contracting machinery from the well-known Borders company TD Wight Contracting Ltd and farm machinery from Messrs Batty, East Farm, Wigton, both who are retiring.

Instigated by St Boswells Mart, the items from TD Wight Contracting Ltd will be on view from Thursday 28th April to Saturday 30th April, include a range of high-quality machinery. Machinery from Messrs Batty along with other individual submissions will is available to view at Borderway Mart Carlisle.

The sale is perfectly timed to offer purchasers the opportunity to buy apparatus ideal for use this coming season such as silage cutting equipment, trailers and combine harvesters. All the machinery from both contractors has been well maintained and includes some relatively new items.

Amongst the key items are:-

2019 Claas Harvester,

2013 Claas Lexion 650 Combine SN13 DWG,

2018 Massey Ferguson F 7720 Tractor SN18 CHH,

2016 Claas Jaguar 980 forage harvester PX16 BFM,

2018 McCormick X7.380 Tractor SN18 DKU,

John Deere 2650,

New Holland NH95 Ford Digger with 3 buckets.

Commenting on the forthcoming sale, Iain Dick, Auctioneer with Harrison & Hetherington said:

“As we are all aware machinery is a big part of any farmer’s capital outlay, so this forthcoming sale offers a tremendous opportunity to buy some really good quality second hand equipment. It is unusual for such a range of equipment and so many highly desirable items to come onto the market at the same time, so we are expecting there to be considerable interest in this sale.

Both vendors are well known and highly respected contractors in their areas and the only reason these items are coming onto the market is because of their retirement.  The various lots can all be viewed online and at first hand at the end of next week.”