ELROD ESTATE FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION
NEW HOLLAND COMBINES & HEADS
CASE-IH TRACTORS & VINTAGE IH TRACTORS
HAY & TILLAGE EQUIPMENT
TRUCKS & TRAILERS
SELLS ABSOLUTE - NO RESERVE!
ONLINE ONLY - BIDDING ENDS OCT 11
ADDRESS: 3486 W SR 56, Salem, IN 47167
LOCATION: Just 3 miles west of Salem on SR 56!
AUCTIONEERS’ NOTE: The Elrod Family successfully owned and operated the New Holland/Westfield Equipment Dealerships for many years. There were also well known alfalfa and grain farmers in Washington County. Don't miss out on this opportunity to bid on well-maintained equipment, as well as several collectible items. Visit beckortauctions.com to view 100+ lots & 1000+ photos of this quality offering.
INSPECTION: Mon Oct 10 12-2 PM
PICK-UP: Fri Oct 14 (by appointment)
NEW HOLLAND COMBINES & HEADS: 2004 NH CR940A 4x4 combine, hrs: 3416/2373, chopper, duals, tank ext, Ag Leader displays; 2018 NH 880CF-30 Super Flex Draper head with Unverferth cart, like new-used on less than 500 acres; NH 96C 6R30 corn head with Unverferth; NH TR86 4x4 combine, not used in recent years, includes NH 974 6R30 corn head & NH 973 grain table
TRACTORS: Case-IH Maxxum MXM130 4x4 tractor with Great Bend 2166 loader, hrs: 6647, HP-129 (diesel), CHA, hyd: 3 sets, PTO: 2, material bucket & pallet forks; Case-IH 885 4x4 tractor with Case-IH 2255 loader, hrs: 5590, HP-84 (diesel), open station with ROPS
ANTIQUE TRACTORS: 1954 McCormick SW6TA gas tractor, PS, low production wheatland; 1962 Farmall 560 gas tractor, FH; 1952 McCormick WD-9 diesel tractor, original paint; IH 284 diesel tractor, Woods belly mower; (2) IH 606 utility tractors, non-running; 1949 McCormick WD-9 diesel tractor, non-running; NH S-14 Hydro lawn tractor; vintage plows; IH wheatland fenders
DRILL-PLANTER-SEED TENDER: JD 750 no-till 15’ drill, JD row markers, tarp; White 6100 6R30 corn planter, liquid starter, no-till coulters, PTO driven pump; Friesen Seed Titan 2-box tender; Yetter row cleaners
FARM-TILLAGE EQUIPMENT: E-Z Trail 500 grain cart, cap: 500 bushel, light kit; Hardi Navigator 1000 60’ pull-type sprayer, 1000 gal; IH 490 22’ disc, 7.5” spacing, new hyd hoses; Unverferth 22’ rolling harrow; Haybuster H-106 Rock-Eze 10’ rock picker; Bush Hog 2620 20’ rotary bat-wing mower, PTO: 1000; NH 352 feed grinder; shop-built pull-type sprayer; Mc-Deering 7’ cultipacker; shop-built fuel trailer; Allied 9’ 3-pt rear blade; Taylor-Way 3-pt road maintainer; IH 19’ single pass tillage tool; 12’ wheel disc; IH 5x plow; IH 315 12’ cultimulcher; Case 11-shank disc chisel; IH 510 grain drill; Big Ox landscape rake; Rhino 8’ 3-pt rear blade
WESTFIELD AUGERS: MK100-61 10”x61’ auger, swing away hopper; (2) MK80-61 8”x61’ augers, swing away hopper; DF614-3 seed auger
HAY EQUIPMENT: NH 575 square baler, Super Sweep, hyd tension, twine, preservative applicator; NH 590 Silage hay baler, bale: 3’x3’, preservative applicator; NH 1431 13’ disc mower conditioner, center pivot; 2015 Enrossi C6V-7400H 6-basket hay tedder; ACI 11-wheel V-rake; Steffen 850 bale accumulator & bale handler; NH 166 hay inverter; NH 280 square baler, wire tie; NH Compact 65 square baler; bale spears; (3) pallets of fiber/poly baler twine
WAGONS: (2) NH 234W running gears with gravity boxes; (3) NH running gears with 16’ expanded metal beds; E-Z Trail 890-W running gear with 18’ bed; Unverferth running gear with 16’ flatbed; J&M running gear with 16’ flatbed; Midwest gear with Heil dump bed
SEMI TRUCK & TRAILERS: 1996 Peterbilt 385 truck, engine: CAT diesel, trans: 10-speed, rear axles: 2, tires: 22.5”, wet kit; 1994 Timpte 40’ alum hopper bottom trailer, tires: 24.5”, Shurco tarp; 1973 Fruehauf 26’ alum dump trailer, tires: 22.5”, tarp; 1991 Netzer 45’ flatbed trailer, tires: 22.5”, storage boxes
TRUCKS: 1990 Ford F250 4x4 PU truck, miles: 115K, engine: 460 gas, GN hitch; 1974 Ford F600 grain truck, bed: 15’, engine: gas; 1988 Chevy C60 School Bus flatbed hauler, engine: diesel; Ford LTL9000 lime spreader truck, engine: CAT diesel, non-running
FARM & SHOP ITEMS: 60’W steel building (unassembled); (2) Pacer 2” water pumps; outdoor lighted sign; large assortment of new implement parts; ATV sprayers; grain aerator/probe; (2) new 7.5x18 tires
AUCTION MANAGER: C.J. Fleenor (812) 797-2073
OWNER: Estate of Bill Elrod
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IF YOU HAVE NOT READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE TERMS, PLEASE DO NOT BID. BY BIDDING ON THIS AUCTION, BUYER AGREES TO ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH AND ENTERS INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE THE ITEMS(S) UNDER THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
General Terms of the Auction: Information is subject to change. All lots are sold as is, where is, with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. Due diligence is the responsibility of the bidder/buyer. All sales are final. No credit card charge backs will be allowed. Purchases may be removed upon receipt of payment in full. Buyers assume complete responsibility for care of each purchase at time of sale. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. All statements made prior to the sale of any item take precedence over written material and any prior verbal statements. The auction company is not responsible for accidents, thefts, errors or omissions.
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