Penniment House Farm, Mansfield-Machinery Report
14th March 2020
“Large crowd and excellent trade at Mansfield Dispersal”
The auction sale at Penniment House Farm on behalf of the Bates family attracted a large crowd with a range of Massey Ferguson equipment together with potato items for sale.
In addition, the Wildgoose family of Glapwell included their range of equipment, John Deere tractor and Manitou telehandler and there was a superb combined sale with purchasers attending from a very wide area including Northern Island, Southern Island, Scotland and Devon, Norfolk and all surrounding Counties.
In the early lots there were a large array of collectables together with early Ferguson and Massey Ferguson items with prices as follows;
• Massey Ferguson Front Weight Frame £135
• PTO Belt Pulley £62
• Ten Front 100 Series MF Weights £260
• T-Bar Pick Up Hitches to £200 and £145
• Land Rover Split Screen £135
• Round Pig Troughs £50
The Peel Grader achieved £1,880, with a Peel Brusher Unit at £1,700 and the best of the Tong Steel Tip Skips at £300 each. The farms Stocks Fan Jet 12 Volt Slug Pellet Applicator achieved £420.
In the field there was spirited bidding for the larger items with the Swift Lift Large Belt Elevator at £7,050. The Maschio Rotorspike at £1,210 and the Marshall MB10 Tandem Axle Mono-Bodied Grain Trailer £3,100.
There had been a large amount of pre-sale interest in the JCB 3CX which achieved an excellent £8,300. With the 3 Cylinder Massey Ferguson 35 at £2,750 and the P Reg Massey Ferguson 6150 4WD at £11,400.
Within the Wildgoose items the stars of the show included the John Deere 6610 4WD (40KPH-TLS-W Plate) and the Manitou MLT 629 Telehandler (63’ Plate).
After interest from both farmers, the trade and collectors the superb John Deere achieved £30,000 with the sixteen John Deere weights sold straight after at £545.
The Manitou Telehandler went to Yorkshire at £29,200 with the Converted 8 Tine Grab from the machine at £685.
A 10 Ton Norton Trailer achieved £4,500 and the Spearhead Mounted Hedgecutter went at £4,200.
For the arable machinery the Krone 4 Furrow Reversible Plough sold at £1,520 with the Amazon 3 Metre Power Harrow at £2,520.
There was an array of non-vat items sold as collectables and small sundries on behalf of the Wildgoose family with the anvil at £290, Turfer Winch at £100, Nestle Churns at £95 each and a Single Phase Drill c/w Wooden Stand at £130.
Other included items included a Kverneland Mounted Combi Cultivator at £4,250, Fraser 26ft Long Flat Tandem Axle Bale Trailer at £3,000 and £300 series Kverneland Haybob at £1,010. An included Fordson Dexter with no roll bar achieved £3,120 with a David Brown 885 complete with V5 document £2,800.
Booking further sales for comprehensive details contact the Uttoxeter Office on 01889 562811 and visit the Bagshaws website.