After a tough winter, spring is finally here and we’re kicking into high gear for our 2014 sales. We’re starting to schedule them (see below for our latest lineup) and have more in the works. So keep an eye on our schedule, and if if you’re thinking of an auction, we’d love to help you make the most of it. To discuss what we might be able to do, please call Piroutek Auction Service any time at 605-544-3316.
As always, more details of our upcoming auctions are available here, or see below for the highlights.
• Sat. Apr. 26, Quinn, SD, 10 AM (MT): Here’s your chance to buy a nice home in Quinn, just four miles east of Wall, and we’ll have lots of tools, antiques and household items for sale, too. The house at 24 Elm Street is a three-bedroom, two-bath on a corner lot with big picture windows and a new roof. It’s located right off Highway 14 with a good yard, mature trees and a patio. One-car garage, with shop, a recently-updated kitchen, laundry room with washer/dryer, a nice-sized mudroom and more. Two of the bedrooms have adjoining baths and there are two other smaller rooms that could serve a variety of uses, plus a nice dining room and living room downstairs in this two-story home. It’s an easy commute to Wall or Philip. Showings will be held Sunday Apr. 12 from 1 to 2 p.m. and Tuesday Apr. 22 from 5 to 6 p.m.
Also for sale on auction day will be a variety of household item. Highlights include a workshop full of well-kept tools for sheet metal, masonry, carpentry, etc. There’s far too much to list here, but if you’re handy you won’t want to miss this stuff. A collection of vintage 1950′s Western furniture including a Wagon Wheel coffee table with matching end tables; collectibles including more than 100 pieces of Denver Broncos paraphenalia, for your favorite football fan, and a collection of more than 150 owls; lots of art; a very nice Husqvarna riding mower; a 2002 Dodge R15 pickup; antiques, appliances, lawn equipment, household furniture and much much more. For pictures and more listings and details please click here. And we hope to see you at the sale.
• Sun. Apr. 27, Milesville, SD, 10 AM (MT): The 12,000-acre Seven Blackfoot Ranch has sold, and now we’re putting its equipment up for auction. There’s lots of it, including: Several tractors, including a 2012 NH L220 diesel skidsteer with 231 hours; a 2010 NHT7060 MFD with NH860TL twin-cylinder loader and grapple, 2188 hours; a 1997 John Deere 9400 4WD with 6551 hours; a CAT 920 payloader with grapple; a John Deere 8760 4WD with duals and 5,462 hours, plus several more. Trucks including a 1999 Freightliner with Cat. 3406 engine; a 1982 Peterbilt COE, Cum 425 with 184K miles; a 1999 Ford F550 4×4 and more. Also semi-trailers, trailers, pickups and Jeeps, a snowmobile and two ATVs. And that’s just for vehicles.
This sale’s also got a ’97 Walinga grain vacuum, elevators and augurs; hay equipment like a H7150 Hydraswing and a 2008 NH 7090 net wrap baler; combines including a John Deere 9500 with less than 3,000 hours on it; a 2004 Flexcoil 5000 air seeder with a 2340 cart; a variety of machinery and feeding gear. livestock equipment; three Wheatland gravity flow bulk bins; fencing, shop equipment, tools and more. Too much, really, to list it all here. So click here for a full list, pictures and more details.
• Wed. Apr. 30, Winner, SD, 11 AM (CT): Leo and Fayrene Howard have sold their Angus herd and Bob and Robbie Gehlsen have leased out their land after having one of the top herds and production sales in the area. Now both families are selling off lots of good equipment. Highlights include several tractors, such as an excellent John Deere 7420 MFD Diesel with a 16-speed quad, bought new in 2006 and well cared-for, with a Deere 741 self-leveling twin-cylinder loader; a John Deere 4240 diesel tractor with powershift, CAH and a Deere 158 loader and grapple; a John Deere 4230 diesel tractor with powershift and a Deere 4210 diesel tractor with good tires and a dual loader; also haying equipment including a Vermeer R23A twin-v hydraulic rakes, bought new; a nice NH H7150 Hydraswing Haybine a John Deere Mega plus baler bought new in 2010 and more. There’s also a variety of drills, machinery, livestock equipment, a pair of trailers and some shop gear. Not many small items in this sale, so what we have will go fast. Don’t be late. Sale will be held about 20 miles south and west of Winner at 30847 300th Street. Click here for details, directions, pictures and a full sale bill.
• Wed. May 14, Rapid City, SD, 5 PM (MT): Machinery auction. Ken Brown has sold many high-dollar Charolais cattle over the years at Philip Livestock. He raised and trained horses and enjoyed roping and especially cattle cutting, which he taught to a number of young people, watching them make it all the way to national competitions, many times on his horses. Now he’s selling off his gear. Some very good stuff here.
Highlights include: a good John Deere 4255 tractor with JD 158 loader and grapple, diesel with power shift; an International Harvester 986 tractor with a recent overhaul, new clutch and new paint. A John Deere 4895 diesel Windrower with 896 power reverser auger, hydrostatic with variable speed reel, bought new in 2008, 483 hours. A JD 568 Mega-Wide Plus baler, stored inside, bought in 2011, looks like new. A good NH BR 780 baler 540 or 1000. Machinery including a JD 13′ tandem disc, a JD 26′ field cultivator and a six-section harrow on a cart; livestock gear including a Kelly 5×14 mixer wagon in good shape; a Friesen 1500 bu. gravity flow bin with four inch auger; a good solid 1999 Ford F-350 diesel power stroke V-8 automatic Super Duty pickup, 4wd with four-door crew cab, full running boards, a gooseneck hitch and 113,000 miles on it; an 8×18 car trailer; also miscellaneous tools and other gear. Not a ton of items up at this auction, so it’ll move fast. Make sure to get there on time, and note the 5 PM start. Southeast of Rapid City. For directions, details and a full sale bill, please click here.
“We and Marvin were so pleased with your professionalism, planning and execution of this auction. But most of all for Charles and I, it was your honesty, integrity and caring that will always be with both of us.”
Sincerely, Charles and Linda M.