Machinery and Equipment News

28th March 2015

~ Despite the difficult weather conditions, a highly successful day was enjoyed by over 500 people with buyers registered from as far away as Birmingham, Newport and all parts of Devon and Cornwall ~

14th March 2015

~ Kivells Auctioneers saw a large crows of buyers to New Standon Farm, Bridestowe, Okehampton for the genuine dispersal of farm machinery and effects on behalf of Messrs D M & J T James. ~

7th March 2015

~ The Kivells Machinery team travelled to Ashreigney near Chulmleigh to disperse the Farm Machinery for Robert and Sandra Gay of Northcott Manor ~

6th December 2014

A superb December entry of Non Vat goods saw lot 315 top the day at £1,350 being a L200 pick up for Mr Shadrick, Bradworthy. The Howard rotavator from Messrs Wager of Bere Alston hit £400 with plenty of goods between £300 - £350. David Penfold of Braunton had a superb day with an 87% clearance of his 160 hand tools and the best of the several lots of logs hit £160 for Graham Horn of Bridestowe.

10th January 2015

A really nice January entry saw a strong crowd in attendance for the Machinery Sale. No real stars at the sale however plenty of lots up and over £400 with an overall top call on the day at £550 for the PZ grass mower on behalf of Messrs E & C Merchant of Pancrasweek with the same price for a trailer on behalf of Messrs WJ Watkins & Son Ltd of Highfield.

21st February 2015

The Kivells Machinery Sales Team travelled to Ashwater in North/West Devon to conduct the sale on behalf of Luke Furse Contractors, as well as various outside vendors.

Overall top call of the day was £25,500 for the John Deere 6630 with another John Deere 6620 at £15,000. Amongst the 2WD tractors, the Ford 3000 saw plenty of interest hitting £3,200 with the Ford 4000 at £2,000.

14th October 2014

Kivells Heritage department saw a highly successful sale at the 2014 Dingles auction with over 400 prospective buyers present.

25th August 2014

Kivells Heritage department saw a massive entry of over 2000 lots at the 2014 Honiton Hill Sale. Over 700 potential buyers travelled to the East Devon site from as far away as Yorkshire, Gloucestershire, Wales and Kent and pushed the trade upwards despite the wet weather.