Machinery & Dispersals

Machinery Dispersal Report-Elnor Lane Farm, Whaley Bridge 21-05-2021

“Fast Trade Under Extreme Weather Conditions at Whaley Bridge Dispersal”

The Bagshaws team were out again in extremely wet and poor conditions to hold the retirement dispersal on behalf of Mr Andrew and Mr Martin Shuker trading as G & D Shuker and Sons of Elnor Lane Farm, Whaley Bridge in the High Peak.
Purchasers travelled from a wide area including North Wales, Nottinghamshire and Herefordshire as the items were for genuine dispersal and the family were renowned for keeping their items in very good order with the principal John Deere Tractors and JCB Telehandler being in excellent condition.

Within the smaller items;

  • Unused PTO Shafts to £102
  • Stainless Steel Milking Unit £300
  • Single Phase Parlour Fan £165
  • Clarke Small Workshop Compressor £290
  • DeWalt Single Phase Grinder £115
  • Roof Ladder £150

There was a wide range of IAE Galvanised equipment including IAE 6 Bar Hurdles in fours c/w slide gate at £880 per lot. An IAE Galvanised Crush at £1,220.

Within the machinery section;

  • Flat Roll £920
  • Mounted Manual Folding Chain Harrows £850
  • Virtually unused Team Alpha Mounted Sprayer £1,550
  • Moore Unidrill achieved a massive price of £8,100

Grassland Equipment was extremely well bid;

  • Welger AP73 Baler £2,100
  • Krone Mounted 4 Rotor Tedder £4,050
  • Krone Trailed Mower Conditioner £10,500
  • 1980’s Bateson Silage Trailers to £2,100

There was wide interest in the extremely well-kept o.b.e 2200 Gallons Single Axle Vacuum Tanker which achieved £12,100 to a Skipton Farmer.

As detailed above, the JCB and John Deere equipment had been very well cared for with the farms JCB 527-58 Telehandler having undertaken only 2200 Hours at £38,200. The small JCB 806 Digger with open frame achieved a very pleasing £6,550 together with the buckets grossing £7,000 in total.

A late 1960’s Massey Ferguson 135 ‘F’ Reg achieved a superb £5,000 and sold to a Herefordshire purchaser.
The first of the John Deere’s was a 5820 4WD at £15,400 with a modern classic John Deere 6430 with 40KPH transmission and only 3,272 hours at £37,800. A very smart John Deere 6150M (13 Plate with only 2,504 hours) at £47,200.

Within the collectables, there was much interest in the Stoneware etc with a large stone trough at £1,600 and a quarter section stone apple press at £1,000.

Further sales already catalogued, please visit for further details.


Mark Elliott


Farm and dispersal sales, livestock auctioneer