The Maryland Guide • 3-26-20
FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION
JD COMBINE, TRACTORS, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, EQUIPMENT
SAT., MARCH 28, 2020 @ 10:00 AM Date
(Rain or Shine)
LOCATION: 11138 Three Bridge Branch Road, Cordova, MD. From Easton, MD, follow Rt.
50 West to Rt. 309 (Cordova Road), turn right and follow to Three Bridge Branch Road,
turn left and auction will be on the left.
COMBINE: John Deere CTS 4WD (eng. hrs. 4,211; sep. hrs. 2,908),Later JD 925 grain head 25’,
TRACTORS: John Deere 8400 diesel, cab, FWD, rear duals (6,629 hrs.), JD front mount loader
fits JD 8400, John Deere 6300 diesel, cab loader fits AC 185, Allis Chalmers D15 gas,EQUIPMENT: JD 7000 no-till planter 15 row,& turbo blades, Case-IH 2500 ripper 5 shank,T/A, JD front mount bladed 14’ fits 50 series pump, 40’ booms), JD flail chopper 14’, NH Until (7,198 hrs.) Allis Chalmers 185 diesel, front mount
JD F935 front mount Case-IH 3900 disk A lawn mower.
26’ w/rolling basket attachment
Spread Master 16’ manure spreader (new chain)
tractor, John Blue Sprayer 500 gal. Tank (twin piston
352 feed grinder, (5) Gravity feed wagons, JD wagon
Postponed w/dump body, Grain auger 8”x50’, DMC seed cleaner mod. 40 high capacity, (2) JD 400 rotary
hoes 20’, Rhino 8’ scrape blade rear mount, Riddick pto ditcher, and other items.
TRUCKS/TRAILERS: 1994 Int. 9400 diesel truck trailer T/A, day cab (826,665 mi.), 1993 Ford 9000 diesel truck tractor
T/A, day cab (411,680 mi.), 1986 GMC 7000 truck tractor gas S/A, 1975 GMC 6000 six wheel w/16’ dump body (78,976
mi.) 1967 Chev. 60 six wheel w/14’ dump body, 1992 Ravens 39’ alum. dump trailer, 1967 Fruehauf 28’ alum. dump trailer,
Fruehauf 40’ flatbed trailer, Fruehauf 24’ goose neck flat trailer, Homemade tri axle flatbed trailer w/1000 gal. tank & pump.
MISC.: Tractor weights, rear mount post hole digger, saddle tanks 400 gal., JD pallet forks, dual wheels 18.4x30, dual wheels
15.5x38, dual wheels 14.9x34, and other items.
PREVIEW: Monday, March 23rd through Friday, March 27th from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
Check auction company website for photos. For more information, contact the auctioneer or owner.
TERMS: Cash or approved check with current letter from your bank guaranteeing funds, unless you are known by
the auctioneer. All items sold “AS-IS”, “WHERE-IS”, with no guarantee. No Buyer’s Premium.
OWNER: Taylor Spies (410) 924-2305 A. CURTIS ANDREW AUCTION, INC.
(410) 754-8826 / (410) 310-1826 / www.acurtisandrewauction.com
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