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Farmer Retirement Auction

Thursday, December 3, 2020

10:00 AM EST


Auction Location:

2612 B Road
Bremen, IN 46506

Directions:

2 miles east of Bremen, Ind. on U.S. 6 to Dogwood Road, then north 1¼ miles to B Road, then east ½ mile at 2612 B Road, Bremen, Indiana 46506.

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Region:

North Central Indiana

TRACTORS • TILLAGE • PLANTING EQUIPMENT

2004 Versatile Model 2210 Genesis II MFD Diesel tractor with 18.4Rx46 rear rubber and duals, 10 front weights, 18 speed transmission and 4170 hours. This was just serviced and ready to go, Serial #500727, Auto steer; Super clean 1998 Ford New Holland Model 8970 MFD tractor 18.4Rx46 rubber and rear duals, 22 front weights, approximately 4600 hours, 16 speed transmission, Serial #D415396 Auto Steer; Very clean 1995 John Deere 8100 diesel tractor, 18.4Rx42 tires and duals, MFD, 7 front weights, quick attach, 4018 hours, also this item was just serviced, everything in the cab works, Serial #RW8100P001679; Landoll Model 6230 Rockflex at 26' disk walking tandem, again extremely clean; Nice Unverferth Model 220 29' rolling harrow with Buster Bar; Very nice Unverferth Model 1225 26' folding rolling harrow with Buster Bar; 2008 Krause Dominator 12' rockflex front ripper tool walking tandem 7 spring shank rippers and rolling basket; Krause Model 5600 27' walking tandem final finish tool, very good shoes; 2004 John Deere 1760 12-row MaxEmerge Plus with 2020 Seed Sense precision parts in the finger pick-ups, complete with monitor, again very nice, alway been inside, there is no fertilizer on this unit with 3-bushel seed boxes and bean meters; StobeI ASI load seed tender with folding auger and gas-powered; Approximate 1500 gal. poly fertilizer tank; heavy duty 9' grader blade;

COMBINE • TRUCKS • DRYER • BINS • GRAIN HANDLING

2006 Case-IH Model 2388 Axial-Flow rear wheel assist combine, reverser monitor Serial #295611 w/Maurer bin saver, good rubber, approx. 3800 hours on engine and approx. 2800 separator hours; Nice Case-IH 1020 grain head 25', approx. 2006, Serial #323129; Case-IH Model 3206 2010 6-row all poly corn head, it looks like new, Serial #23512; (2) excellent Killbros low profile head wagons with adjustable tongues; 1997 International 8100 tandem dual grain truck, 10-speed Cummins power with a Kann 20' aluminum bed w/5' aluminum sides, roll tarp, approx. 650 bu. corn capacity, good rubber, approx. 90,000 miles; 1998 International 9100 Cummins diesel tandem axle grain truck with 10-speed and a Kann 20' aluminum bed and 5' sides with roll tarp, approx. 650 bushel cap. and approximate 318,000 miles - Both of these trucks have excellent rubber; Feterl PTO-driven approx. 60'x8" transport auger; Feterl 60'x10" PTO-driven transport auger; Hutchinson 55'x8" PTO transport auger; Airstream series 2000 GSI 112 grain dryer, LP gas, approx. 25 years old but its maintained and just serviced this summer, works the best; GSI 2800 bushel 15 leg wet tank complete with unloading auger and motor; DMC Trans-Fer 700 airline system, newer blower motors; 6"x6' auger and motor that drops from dryer to airlock system to be sold separate; (3) grain bins to be removed - (2) 5500 bushel, (1) 4000 bushel, presently being used but they have been up a long time; 500 gal. LP gas tank; Super nice light duty 14' hay rack wagon with grain sides and hoist;

FORKLIFT • LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT • TOOLS • FARM PRIMITIVES

Very nice Hyster 6000 lb. Monotrol drive side shift LP gas, cushioned-tired yard forklift - this one is what every farmer should have!; Set of 10' forklift extensions; Newer pallet jack; (10) squared-tube approximate 16' cattle gates; Light duty cattle chute; Miscellaneous hog and cattle feeding items including (5) fiberglass approx. 500 lb. inside hog feeders, feed troughs, metal feeder with hay rack above; Approximate (20) wire hog panels; Varied hog gates; Portable 50 lb. pig scales; Ridgid #300 power pipe vise; Ridgid pipe stand; Ridgid support pedestal; Large amount of dies, complete with cutter; Lincoln 225 Stick welder; Milwaukee electric grinder; Electric impact ¾" drive; Echo Model 602VL 20" bar chain saw; Nice Stihl Model MS180C 15" chain saw; ¾" drive varied sockets; Single tank 100 gal. pickup truck fuel tank with 12 volt gas pump; Platform scales; Numerous and various clevises and pins; Grass catcher/blower for Simplicity tractor; Large water-fill lawn roller; Toro 2000E snowblower; Large-wheeled garden wheel hoe; Stihl FS75 straight line fish line trimmer; High-lift handyman jack; Sears transit with tripod and target; Railroad jack; Horse-drawn mark out plow; Cricket cage; (1) Wagon load of miscellaneous smalls including: sockets, hammers, chisels, adjustable wrenches and other items needed in a shop; Miscellaneous antique tools including: double wheel hog oiler, Hogjoy rolling oiler, dehorner, Hen individual house, antique railroad rail checker; Large amount of varied farm primitives including: Columbian hog oiler, T-frame oiler, chain driven oiler and other varied oilers, butterfat separator, beam drill, large amount of varied small hand tools: barrel maker, hay knife, pliers, hog catchers, hog ringers, cow kickers, varied crosscut saws, ice saw; Varied crocks from 20 gal. all the way down including varied chicken waterers such as UCO feeder and others, jugs, rain gauges and lots of other things that has to do with farm primitives; Rain gauges, thermometers, bullet pencils and additional items with local advertising; 12' communion table, 22" wide, top is one board, built 9-22-1900, out of Turkey Creek Church, Gravelton; Coppes Kitchen with flour bin; Horseshoe set; and much more!


Owners: Russell & Judy Steele

574-286-5390

Auction Terms:

Cash or check w/Proper ID, Credit Card w/Convenience Fee

Any announcements made day of sale take precedence over printed matter.

Not responsible for accidents.

Auction Note:


This is a very clean auction. The Steeles took very good care of their equipment and most was always shedded. We will be on tractors at approximately 12 noon and then followed by the machinery, combine, trucks, and then grain handling.


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