Sunday, April 17, 2011

Pics for JB

Posted by PicasaI was lucky enough to get the pair of wagons for just a little over 2,000.  Which is not cheap but it is a lot cheaper than brand new ones!  Now we will be able to get more hay made for ourselves this year and a lot faster also!  Have a great day.


Shirley said...

I love going to auctions. Do you put up baled hay or loose hay?

dennisranch said...

Yaaayyy! Thanks!

lisa said...

Shirley, We put up square bales. I usually go to the auctions with the hubby and he does all the work, but he had to work so it was left up to me and I actually enjoyed the bidding. I think I will be going to more of them. We have another one at the end of the month that is only down the road about a mile from where we live.

JB, your welcome. I was going to post them any way but you just made me do it a little faster ;)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Sounds like a good buy. Will you have to replace the wood and the tires on the wagons, or are they in good shape?


Far Side of Fifty said...

Seems expensive to me..but it has been a long time since I have been to a farm machinery auction:)

lisa said...

Lisa, the tires are pretty good on both and the wood is not bad, just a couple of boards and that is all.

The other three wagons went for 1300 a piece and 1000 a piece and they weren't as good a shape as the ones I got. So, it is but yet they are hard to come by and the new wagons cost you over 3200 a piece for them.