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Auction of the week: December 10, west-central Illinois

Agriculture.com Staff 12/12/2007 @ 12:00pm

1997 Case IH 2166 combine, 1,700 engine hours: $68,700

2006 CaseIH 2206 corn head, 6-row: $28,100

1995 CaseIH 1020 20' platform: $6,800

2000 JD 8310 MFWD tractor, 1,660 hours: $91,000

1995 JD 7800 2WD tractor, 2,700 hours: $48,100

1995 JD 6400 2WD tractor, 2,450 hours, JD 640 loader: $24,000

2002 Kinze 3600 12/23 planter: $50,000

2002 JD 980 field cultivator, 30.5': $23,200

2004 JD 512 disc chisel, 5 shank: $16,300

1995 CaseIH 3900, 26.5': $12,000

2003 J&M 750 grain cart: $17,500

2001 Brent 674 grain cart: $12,500

1983 JD 400 rotary hoe, 30', flat fold: $4,400

1991 JD 845 12R-30 cultivator: $2,550

2006 JD MX7 mower: $2,500

2001 Rhino 1540 10' blade: $3,900

1997 Lely 280 9' disc mower: $4,200

2003 DMI 4300 NH3 applicator, 13 knife: $24,000

1990 Bestway 500 gallon sprayer, 30' booms: $1,000

1999 Brandy 70'x10'' auger: $4,000

2003 GSI 30'x10'' auger: $3,800

1978 Ford F600 truck, 42K miles, 15' bed: $4,400

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1997 Case IH 2166 combine, 1,700 engine hours: $68,700

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