Used Equipment Values Based on Quality

February 17, 2012 01:54 AM


At the 47th National Farm Machinery Show, Greg Peterson, known as "Machinery Pete," presented his latest data in farm equipment values. One theme rang true throughout his analysis: it’s not about the age of the equipment, it’s the quality of machine that drive its price higher.
He says this is true mainly for tractor and combine values, in that clean, always shedded machinery are the items breaking the all-time highs he had recorded.

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