Machinery & Dispersals

Machinery Dispersal Report-Brierlow Bar Farm 11-12-2021


Resounding Success for Bagshaws at Buxton

Mark Elliott

The rescheduled sale on behalf of the Kidd family at Brierlow Bar Farm, Buxton attracted a large crowd with support from Wales, Lancashire and East Yorkshire as well as all surrounding counties.

In the smaller items;

  • Two Stone Gate Posts                                                 £570
  • Pallet of Railway Lines                                                £230
  • Single Calf Hutch                                                         £50
  • Case Exhaust                                                               £70
  • Six International 574 Series Front Weights                £200
  • Steel Workbench                                                         £90

In the cattle and workshop sundries;

  • Twin Wheel Tipping Plastic Barrow                            £85
  • Vink Calving Aid                                                          £105
  • Michelin Single Phase Compressor                             £215
  • Pair of Alloy Milk Churns                                            £170 the pair

Within the field items;

  • Galvanised Cattle Race Yoke Gate                              £280
  • Sets of Cubicle Mats                                                   Up to £400 per lot

There was a small range of machinery which saw very spirited bidding;

  • Ransome Mounted Discs                                                                    £780
  • Opico/Hatzenbichler Mounted Tine Harrow with Seeder                 £3,900
  • Twin Axle Dump Trailer                                                                      £1,820
  • Ifor Williams Twin Axle 10ft Livestock Trailer                                    £2,200

In the tractors the red David Brown 950 achieved £1,420, David Brown 1490 2WD (Brake Fault) £3,100.

The farms two main machines had attracted wide interest with the International 956 XL Turbo 4WD (H Plate) at £13,000 and the Case 5140 4WD (P Plate) at £12,700.

The Manitou 626 Telehandler sold extremely well at £10,700 and the Bobcat 337 360 Degree Excavator (1999 Model) made a massive £10,850.

Within the included section;

  • One owner David Brown 885 c/w Cab (N Reg) at £2,900
  • Kawasaki KVF 360 Quad Bike (05) at £2,100
  • One owner HP400 Pedestrian Power Barrow at £770.

The dispersal sales team will be back in action after the 7th February with a large and varied programme of sales booked throughout March/April and earlier dates scheduled.

Please check the website for further details.


Mark Elliott


Farm and dispersal sales, livestock auctioneer