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TractorsMassey Ferguson 290 Reg CVN632 (1986) Engine Reconditioned, Owned Since NewMassey Ferguson 135 And Loader (1967) Approx. 4000hrsMassey Ferguson Digger 3303 (1967)Bultaco Motorbike (Spares And Repairs)
Machinery + TrailersInternational 445d Square Baler, New Holland 945 Square Baler, Marshall Muck Spreader, Flat Roller, Zweeger Hay Bob, 3 Furrow Conversional Plough, Disc Rotavator, Subsoiler, 2.4 Metre Tarrup Mower, Tarrup Wrapper , 3ton Tipping Trailer, Parmitter Post Knocker, Roller Mill, Vicon Fert Spreader, Link Box, Trailed Sheep Snacker, 2x Livestock Trailers (Graham Edwards), Sheep Quad Trailers, 48 Bale Carrier Trailed, Flat 8 Grab, Green Mower, Single Axle Car Trailer, Bale Sledge, 2x Lister Elevator, 3 Pl Grass Harrows, Tanco Muck Grab, Gang Rollers, 2x Bale Spikes, Tractor Stone Weights, Tractor Wheels, Bale Carrier, Potato Ridger, 2x Grass Harrows, Trailer Axel, Saw Bench, Weeks Trailer Sides, PTO Driven Saw Bench, Trailed 3 Leg Pass.
Livestock Equipment And Miscellaneous Eid Sheep Reader, Lamb Creep Feeders, Sheep Hay Hecks, Sheep Feeder, Troughs, Sheep Ring Feeders, Sheep Handling Race, Sheep Foot Bath, Solway Bin, Sheep Sorting Race, Pig Arcs, Turnip Chopper + Motor, Various Gates, Galvanised Toughs, Sheep Weight Crate, Feed Tower / Bin Approx 10 Ton, Pig Netting, 3x Baths, Fence Posts, 5x Stones Gate Posts, Quantity Of Congregated Sheets, Sheep Hurdles, Garden Gates, Side Of A Dog Race, Wood Dog Kennel 3x4, Dog Cage 21 By 48, Gun Cabinet, 4x Heat Lamps, Hay Racks, 3x Lamb Feeder Buckets, Medicine Cabinet, Children’s Sledge, Car Exhaust, Hen Crate, Tow Chains, Mud Guards, MF135 Seat, Baler Twine, Wire Rope, Fencing Equipment, Ransome Plough Parts, Harrow Parts, 4 Shackles, Various Gate Crooks, Quantity Of Scrap, Cross Cut Saw, Shovels, Spades, Lambs Bottle Feeders, Various Workshop Tools, Small Square Bales Of Hay (Over 1 Year Old), Galvanised Water Troughs, 1 IBC Tank.
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14FT Ifor Williams Livestock Trailer 2013 C/W Sheep Decks Tri Axle
SCHEDULE OF GOODS FROM CLEVELAND MEAT COMPANYTHE ABATTOIR, YARM ROAD, STOCKTON ON TEES, TS18 3RU.
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This coming Monday (21st January) we will start the sale at 10am Prompt due to high numbers of cattle forward, we will not be accepting un-entered sheep on the day. All sheep must please be on site before 9.30am
PRIME STOCK SALES AROUND CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
THURSDAY THE 27TH DECEMBER AND THURSDAY 3RD JANUARY.
PRIME STOCK SALES AS NORMAL TIMINGS,
THESE SALES ARE 6 DAY RULE MARKETS.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------PLEASE IF YOU HAVE LIVESTOCK FOR THESE SALES PLEASE CAN YOU CALL OR TEXT AUCTIONEERS/FIELDSTAFF
AND NOTIFY THEM OF YOUR ENTRY
DUE TO THE FALL OF THE HOLIDAYS IT IS IMPERATIVE WE HAVE NUMBERS OF LIVESTOCK CATERED FOR.
KIND REGARDS - DFAM
AT THE BLACKWELL GRANGE HOTEL, DARLINGTON7PM - LATEDINER SERVED AT 8PM PROMPT£15 PER HEADTO INCLUDE A HOT CHRISTMAS SUPPER, DRINKING & DANCING.TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM THE MART OFFICE*NO TICKET, NO ENTRY*BOOK EARLY AS SPACES ARE LIMITED.
CASTLE VETERNARY SURGEONSInvite you to a meeting to discussBVD - Stamp It OutWhen: 4.30pm, Monday 12th NovemberWhere: Darlington Farmer’s Auction MartPlease phone us on 01833 695695if you would like to come so we can plan catering
The time of year for the Darlington Junior Farmers Calf Club is once again upon us, you will find enclosed in this pack details of this year’s competition.
We invite you to use your skill and knowledge to buy your cattle between Monday the 8th October 2018 and Monday the 17th December. The cattle are then brought forward for sale during Easter 2019, making you a healthy profit.
As you can see the age groups remain the same as in previous years and we have increased the Showmanship class to 3 places with prize money of £150, £100 and £50 respectively. Prize money on offer now totals almost £2,000.
This is a great opportunity to get involved in the cattle industry. With the help of all our sponsors and of course the support of your understanding and most generous parents/guardians we at Darlington Mart would be delighted to see you.
It is essential that you buy your own cattle, please read the terms and conditions carefully.
Good Luck to you all.
See you at the sales!!
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Dear Customers, Shareholders and Friends.Press Release below which was printed last week in local and national industry papers of the breaking news for the betterment of DFAM, Vickers & Barrass, and Inspire Solutions
Multi Million Pound Land sale raises cash for new Northern Agricultural Centre and Mart
DFAM, One of the country’s leading livestock markets has completed on a multi-million pound land sale to fund a new state-of-the art agriculture and business centre.
Work can now start on Darlington Farmers Auction Mart’s (DFAM) 80ha (197ac) Humbleton Farm site on the North Western edge of Darlington. The new site, which has been owned by DFAM for over eight years, is a mile out of town on the A68 and adjacent to the A1(M) off junction 58
This comes after the 4 year long awaited deal was exchanged and completed. A significant amount was raised through the sale of farmland on the southern edge of the town yesterday destined for housing. (29 August).
This ends over a 50 year wait to move from the current town centre site at Clifton Road which DFAM have occupied since 1887, to the Humbleton Farm site at Burtree Gate.
A new state-of-the-art Agricultural Auction Centre, will occupy a 10ha plot, with plans for other commercial developments on the remaining 70ha.
Up to 14 internal letting units are planned, as well as meeting rooms and a conference suite.
Design talks with Tyneside-based architect Blake Hopkinson are in “stages of completion”, according to Director and Senior Auctioneer Andrew Armstrong, who told “The Farmers Mart” that DFAM should be trading at the new site in autumn 2019 if all goes as currently planned.
“We are at the stage where the design is 99% finished, contractual elements to the project are currently being completed and we are looking to start construction this autumn (2018),” said Mr Armstrong. “We have had interest from third-party businesses and we can now advance talks with potential clients as we now have the finance raised to fund the new site.”
We have been advised that a 40-week build period could see the site up and running in 16 to 18 months, he added.
DFAM auctioneers targets a 15-20% increase in throughputs in the short term once the site is active due to improved access and parking spaces.
Mr Armstrong said store sheep and cattle throughputs on Monday sales could lift 50% “with a fair wind and over time, the facilities will be capable of handling over 1000 store cattle and 3000 sheep on any one day.
He added: “For years we know there have been farmers not using the current site because of parking and access issues. Vendors in Weardale, Teesdale and from further afield have a journey time of approx. 30-40 minutes at least to get to the edge of town and sometimes the same again to get through the traffic and reach us at Clifton Road. The new Agriculture Sales Centre will eliminate all of that being located on a dual carriage way off the A68 and A1M.
Could I further add our thanks to the parties involved making this deal possible, Darlington Borough Council, Individuals within namely Ian Williams, Guy Metcalf and others council officers, DFAM agent Graeme Blenkinsopp of Wisemove, Richard Heseltine FD of DFAM, all have played a huge part achieving this generational deal for DFAM.
Thanks to all who came and sampled our hospitality at Wolsingham Show on Saturday. We had a great day, the weather held out and craic was fantastic.
Darlington Farmers Auction
Mart Co Ltd, Clifton Road,
Darlington, Durham, DL1 5DU.
Tel: 01325 464529
Fax: 01325 384282