March Farm, Livestock and Industrial
All bidding takes place online
Lots begin closing on Friday, March 12th @
Preview: Thursday, March 11th from 9-5 or call Owner Representatives for an appointment
Pickup: Pickup can be arranged once payment is cleared and the buyer receives a paid invoice
Early listings include - CaseIH 7120 2wd Tractor, 18.4R42 rear axle duals, 10 front weights, PS w/4 spd reverse, 5831 hours; 2013 Wilson Trailer 24' Aluminum gooseneck stock trailer, Model PSGN-5724T; New Holland 195 manure spreader; Patz V300 LP vertical mixer, electronic scale w/Digi-Star EZ 2000 V monitor, 540 PTO, hay hooks;
Terms: Payment by cash, check or wire transfer. 5% buyers premium (with $1,000 per item cap) applied to each invoice. All items sold “as is where is” Nothing removed until paid for. See website for internet bidding terms.
Terms: All bidding will be done online. Buyers are welcome and encouraged to contact individual owner representatives to inspect equipment. All items sold “as is where is” See online bidding catalog for complete payment, preview and pick up terms
Online Bidding Link Coming Soon.
How Do Online Only Auctions Work?
Review the items in the online auction, place your bids. A few things to remember when placing your bids:
You can place your highest bid amount when entering your bid. The system will bid on your behalf. You won’t need to watch your items throughout the auction – the system takes care of your bids for you! Please note that the system bids as if you were bidding – for example: If an item has a bid of $100 and you enter your maximum bid of $300 – the system will only go up to your next bid increment and bid $110 for you. If someone else enters a bid of $120 on that item the system will then bid again for you at $130, and so on up to your highest or maximum bid. It doesn’t automatically bid your highest bid first thing.
Our auctions have a Soft Close. What does Soft Close mean? Simply put, it means that the bidding ends when all bidders have quit participating. There is no last-minute steal or bid sniping - it's like a live auction, the auctioneer holds on until everyone has their bids in and no further bids are received. An item will not officially close until no bids have been put forth for 1 or 2 minutes, depending on the auction.
Please note that buyers are responsible to arrange their own shipping and rigging of equipment. Give us a call if you need loading assistance and we can see what is available from the seller or local rigging businesses.
If you do not pick up your items within the agreed-upon time frame your items may be resold.
As with all auctions, equipment is being sold "as is - where is". For most of our online auctions, buyers can visit the farm or business in advance to inspect the items being sold. Make sure to contact the seller/representative in advance to arrange a time for inspection or to ask questions! We are not at the location with the equipment – so it’s very difficult for the Auctioneers to get last-minute information.
For online equipment auctions, payment will be made by cash, check or wire transfer. Sellers cannot release items for pickup without a copy of a paid invoice from Fox Auction Company.
If you have any questions, we’re here to help! Just contact us: Phone: Frank - 641-420-3243