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It's been a good week for late model combines at auction.
Last Tuesday (November 21, 2017) there was the 2016 CaseIH 8240 with very low hours that sold for $322,000 (no heads) on a farm auction in east-central Illinois. Then yesterday, November 28, my good friends at Ryerson Auction & Realty, Ltd (http://www.ryersonauctionrealtyltd.com) had a farm retirement auction for Nedved Ag, Inc. in Webster City, IA.
The 2016 John Deere S680 combine with 375 sep. hours sold for $282,000. Here's a picture of it:
If you are wondering how that $282K sale price stacks up, it is the 2nd highest auction sale price so far this year on S680's sold in the U.S. Here's the Top 10 list of prices:
Top 10 Auction Sale Prices on John Deere S680 Combines Sold in U.S. 2017
* Data by http://www.machinerypete.com
Here is a sale price down from yesterday's Nedved Ag, Inc. farm retirement auction in Webster City, IA:
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