The first lot from iconic company Bord na Móna will go under the hammer at 10am on May 14. Presented with live online bidding, registered bidders will be able to livestream the auction and bid online with a virtual auction experience.
ore than 70 tractors will feature in the large volume of surplus stock entered directly from Bord na Móna’s Derrygreenagh site. Some of the best-known tractor manufacturers in the world will be included in the line-up, such as New Holland, John Deere, Massey Ferguson and Ford — a brilliant opportunity for anyone looking for quality, used agricultural stock.
Other assets allocated within the 200-lot offsite auction includes a range of specialist equipment, fuel bowser service wagons, a JCB teleporter, a large selection of tyres and much more.
Ricky Wilson, director and auctioneer at Wilsons Auctions, said: “We are delighted to set the date for this auction. There is a huge demand for quality, used stock in today’s market and this auction will be a great opportunity for the farming community and businesses, as well as private buyers. The tractors really do appeal to everyone.
“It gives me great pleasure to watch these tractors and equipment be given a new lease of life and recycled back into local and international businesses, creating employment and further opportunities.”
Wilsons Auctions is a family owned business that has grown to become the largest independent auction company in Ireland and the UK. Established in 1936, it specialises in plant and machinery and agricultural equipment and has more than 85 years of auctioneering experience in this industry across Ireland and further afield.
Viewings will be strictly by appointment only from May 9-12, 10am-3pm. Videos of all working tractors and machinery are available on www.wilsonsauctions.com, as is the auction catalogue. Interested bidders can register online too via Wilsons Auctions’ website or by contacting the Dublin branch on +353 (0)1 464 2800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org