Kivells were delighted to hold 3 very special carol concerts at our Livestock Markets throughout the South West. first up was the service at Exeter Livestock Centre which saw over 750 people in attendance enjoying a superb evening with silver band, choir and a charity auction in aid of Farm Community Network which raised over £1800.
Machinery and Equipment News
Press Statement - Torridge District Council and the Holsworthy Livestock Market Court Case
This press statement concerns Holsworthy Agri-Business Centre and the High Court decision published on Thursday, October 31 in favour of Kivells, ruling that Torridge District Council must pay damages.
Following last weeks hugh Machinery sale at Holsworthy it is the turn of Kivells Exeter on Wednesday where a superb line-up gets underway at 10:30am
The Kivells team have helped raise over £87,000 so far in 2019 through charity auctions covering the whole of the West Country and beyond. Recently the team travelled to Trethorne, Launceston to help raise over £3,000 in aid of the Devon/Cornwall Air Ambulance with a wholse host of Harvest festival auctions totally over £2,000 for various causes.
A huge entry of over 2,500 lots went under the hammer at the October Machinery sale with a top call of £27,000 on behalf of Messrs Tucker of Cookbury. A fantastic line up of 18 tractors sold to a 95% clearance rate with machinery sold on behalf of farmers and dealerships based in 6 counties.
NEXT MACHINERY SALE AT HOLSWORTHY IS ON SATURDAY 2nd NOVEMBER 2019
A much stronger trade was seen at Exeter for their June machinery sale with a top call of £13,000 for the Merlo telehandler.
A huge crowd of buyers attended our latest farm machinery sale which took place at South Molton with the best tractor at £41,000 going off to Kingsbridge on behalf of the Cook Family of Lentonvale Ltd.
Kivells Machinery department have seen another busy week with the top call of the dispersal near Barnstaple being £72,000 for the pick of 4 John Deere tractors with others at £43,200 from the same home.
At Holsworthy on Saturday over 2,100 lots went under the hammer and saw a top call of £11,900 for the best of the tractors with others at £10,300. The sale attracted over 1,000 people to the auction site.