Before heading to auction or to a dealer, first determine the backhoe capacity as well as age, hours, and condition that fit your needs.
The abundance of late-model, large-horsepower tractors on the market has them priced to move this winter.
If it’s large, late-model, and low-hour, chances are excellent it’s selling at decade-low prices right now.
Here's what six auctioneers are saying you should and shouldn't buy right now.
The introduction of a tracked line of 4WD Deeres combined with sluggish sales could soften dealer asking prices of 9RT series tractors.
An improvement in the general economy spiked tractor truck values last winter, but prices have since settled out.
The original rubber-tracked tractor, the Challenger, has enjoyed a reputation for holding its resale value after years of use. Yet, even the worth of these vaunted tractors is under pressure, offering a golden opportunity to pick up tracked horsepower at a
A great opportunity exists to purchase late-model quadtracs at per-horsepower prices for less than smaller wheeled tractors.
Burgeoning inventories of late-model, low-hour combines carrying extended warranties offer an unprecedented buyer’s market.
Harvester values are soft as butter, but their attachments, such as cutting platforms, aren’t.