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.

6 comments:

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?

~Lisa

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.

Connie,
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.