A year ago, we wrote about the seasonality of the baler market. The summer dip in values still exists, but that was a flat commodity market. The price of all machines since last harvest have been nuts! With commodity prices on this meteoric rise, does that make 2021 a unicorn year where you can turn a profit on older equipment?
So I had a really interesting one come across my desk this morning, and wanted to share it with you! MinnieMo peeps, your ears should be burning right about now. Dale Jones, one of our longstanding auctioneers from Illinois, called me this morning about a nearly pristine Minneapolis Moline No. 25 two-row corn planter from the 1920s. He’s auctioning it off at the estate sale of John Bridger next weekend (March 9). Here’s the story. Continue reading “Unique Minneapolis Moline corn planter barn find in Illinois!”