Category: Agricultural Auctions

What Do Farmers Look For at Agricultural Auctions?

What you and I might call an “agricultural auction” is probably more commonly referred to as a “farm auction,” where used farm equipment and machinery is put up for bid, and those with deep pockets tend to get some great deals on things like tractors, trailers and bulldozers. Land Therefore, what do farmers look for… Read more »

How the Auction Process Works for Farmland

If you have a parcel of farmland you want to sell as quickly as you can, your best option is probably to auction it off. Auctioning farmland will allow you to unload the land in a matter of just a few minutes in most cases, while bringing in plenty of strong offers from potential buyers…. Read more »

How Auctions Benefit Sellers Trying to Sell Land

Selling land is often an expensive and time consuming process that is fraught with pitfalls. Selling at auction avoids much of the hassle while also offering some tangible benefits to sellers. These are a few ways that real estate auctions benefit sellers who are trying to sell land. Price competition Obviously sellers want to receive… Read more »

How Buying Equipment at Auctions Can Help Farmer

How much does it cost to buy a new tractor? While a bare-bones one might sell for less than $10,000, most mid-size tractors with 30 to 75 hp cost between $25,000 to $50,000 these days. So if you think a brand new car is expensive, realize that tractors are typically even more costly than cars…. Read more »

Prepare for Planting Season with Us

As winter gradually gives way to spring across the Midwest, agricultural producers are preparing for another growing season.  Many farmers are also thinking about purchasing new equipment or farmland in preparation for the year ahead. At Wilson Auction & Realty, we offer a variety of opportunities to help you prepare for planting this spring. Agricultural… Read more »

Get Ready for Spring at an Auction

Winter puts a halt on most industrial and agricultural companies due to the weather not being great for operations. However, spring isn’t too far away, and that means it’s not too early to think about getting ready to get rolling again. This year, get yourself prepared for the busy building and growing to come by… Read more »

Stretch Your End-of-Year Budget at Industrial Auctions

At the end of the year, some companies find themselves with budget left over from the year’s budget – a good sign that your operations were efficient all throughout the year. If you’re looking ahead and want to plan for next year now by getting equipment at a discounted price, attending one of the industrial… Read more »

Fall Ag Auctions: Save on Storage and Clear Out Inventory

If you are a farmer trying to sell your equipment or land, one of the best courses of action you can take is to schedule a farm and . With the fall upon us, now is a fantastic time to plan an auction. Here are five great reasons to hold a farm auction in the… Read more »

Tips for a Successful Farm Auction

If you’ve never hosted a farm auction before, it might seem a little daunting to plan one. There are many things that need to be planned out beforehand, and if you’re new to the auction game, there are a lot of unknowns. Well, if you’re interested in planning your first farm auction, here are some… Read more »