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LARGE POTATO FARM AUCTION Lindenwald Farm Complete Dispersal MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2000 • 9:30 AM Kinderhook (Columbia Co.) New York Twenty Miles South of Albany Tractors - Trucks - Irrigation - Specialized Field and Warehouse Equipment - General Purpose Farm Machines - Warehouse Climate Control Units - Personal Automobiles Sale to be held at the warehouse complex located along State Route 9 in the Village of Kinderhook directly across from the Fireball. FROM THE EAST Use N.Y.S. Thruway “Exit B-l” then State Route 9H south FROM THE WEST Use N.Y.S. Thruway Exit 24 Albany then 1-90 toward “Boston” to 1-90 Exit 12 (Valatie-Kinderhook) then Route 9 south. Selling will be: 17 UNITS: TRACTORS - SKID STEER - FORKLIFTS: C-IH 9330 “Row Crop Special”, (JEE0036685) only 707 hrs., 4 hyd. remotes, 3 pt., p.t.0., 14.9Rx46 tires and duals on long axles with Unverferth row spacers; C-IH 5250 MFWD Cab, “Maxum” 2 hyd. remotes, 3 pt., p.t.0., low hrs., 14.9Rx46 tires; IH 5288 Cab, 1814 hrs., 2 hyd. remotes, 3 pt., 1000 p.t.0., 20.8x38 tires; IH 5088 Cab, 3175 hrs., 2 hyd. remotes, 3 pt., 540/1000 p.t.0., 20.8x38 tires; IH 3588 (2+2), 1588 hrs., 3 hyd. remotes, 3 pt., 540/1000 p.t.0., 18.4x38 tires; IH 186 Hydro, R.O.RS. enclosure, 6714 hrs., 2 hyd. remotes, 3 pt„ 540/1000 p.t.0., 18.4x38 tires; IH 4386, 2364 hrs., 3 hyd. remotes, no 3 pt.,no p.t.0., 18.4x34 tires and duals all around; IH 1066, open station, 1 hyd. remote, 3 pt., 540/1000 p.t.0., 15.5x38 tires on long axles; IH 826, open station, 6962 hrs., 2 hyd. remotes, 3 pt., $4O/1000 p.t.0., 15.5x38 tires; IH 856, open station, 3899 hrs., 2 hyd. remtoes, 3 pt., 540/1000 p.t.0., 18.4x38 tires on long axles; Deutz D-6507, open station, 1 remote, 3 pt., 540 p.t.0., 14.9x30 tires; Leyland 804 MFWD, Cab, 749 hrs., 3 hyd. remtoes, 3 pt., 540 p.t.o. 13.6x28 front tires, 18.4x34 rear tires; Leyland 344 Tractor for parts; Thomas 233 Plus Skid Steer Loader, Kubota 6 cyl. diesel, indoor catalyst on muffler, 72 in. custom produce scoop bucket, only 213 hrs.!!; Uniloader with Wisconsin LP gas engine; Clark GCS-20 Forklift, LP gas, hard tires, 2925 lb. capacity, 180 degree rotator head; T.M.C. FG2SNS Forklift, LP gas, pneumatic tires, 5000 lb. capacity, side shift; Hobbs RR3500 TVi-Axle Hard Hose TVaveler, crank turntable, Honda motor, 5 in. hose, Nelson 200 gun; Hobbs 3500G5 Tri- Axie Hard Hose TVaveler, crank turntable, Honda motor, 5 in. hose. Nelson 200 gun; Amadas Hobbs PR34SO H-8 TVi-Axle Hard Hose Traveler, crank turntable, Honda motor, 4 1/2 in. hose. Nelson 200 gun; Portable Pumping Station with Cat V-8 (3208) power unit, 1793 hrs., Murphy safety switches, fuel tank, Berkeley 6x6 pump (B4EYQBH) with electric primer; Portable Pumping Station with Cat 6 cyl. inline engine, 2833 hrs , Murphy safety switches, fuel tank, Berkeley 6x6 pump, hand primer; Portable Pumping Station with Cat 6 cyl. inline engine, 3100 hrs., Murphy safety switches, Berkeley 6x6 pump, hand primer; Berkeley p.t.o. pump on cart, 4 in. input, 3 in. output, 10 1/2 in impeller, (pump model B3LRBLCCW); TVavis 8 in x 30 ft alu minum irrigation pipe, 60 plus pcs.; Travis 6 in. x 30 ft aluminum irrigation pipe, 34 plus pcs.; POTATO FIELD EQUIPMENT: 1995 Harriston 6 row pull type planter, end pull transport, walking beam axles, 14.9x24 tires, dry fert. hoppers, 6-90 lbs. gandy boxes, hyd. fert. auger, front and rear platform, 8 row fold ing marker arms, rear row ripper package, basically every bell and whistle option"*, Better Built model 2300 (2300-6-27-88) high capacity 2-3-4-6 cut potato seed cutter; Better Built CDT-10 auger type high capacity seed piece treater; Airtec “Air Boom” pull type sprayer, 600 gal. Tank, 110 ft. chicken wing folding booms, tandem axle; Grimme GBI7OO (1993) two row potato harvester (Ser. #056) elec, over hyd., all belted chain, clod break er, steerable axle, extra wide tires, Grimme GBI7OO (1992) two row potato harvester (Ser. #005) elec, over hyd., all belted chain, steerable axle, hugger belt on boom; Dahlman 420 W (1988) four row potato windrower, right hand delivery, all belted chain, vibrat ing bed; Double L 22 ft. belt unload bulk body; Logan 22 ft belt unload bulk body; Haines 22 ft. belt unload bulk body with wide rear door; Two (2) Spudnik 22 ft belt unload bulk bodies; Haines 20 ft. belt unload body with wide rear door; Four (4) McConnell 14 ft. bulk bodies on tandem axle wagon running gears with flota tion tires; McConnell 14 ft. bulk body on wagon running gear with flotation tires; 1985 Haines 18 ft. seed loader planter filler with swivel, gas engine over hyd., hyd. bulk body unload motor; Nice 1-row ground driven potato digger; FMC “Furadan” cus tom delivery system applicator for planter mounting; 1995 Harriston 40 ft. 12 row 3 pt. double fold potato weeder with front gauge wheels; 1995 Young’s (Alloway) 3 pt. 6 row flat fold pota to hiller; Wood’s (Alloway) 3 pt. 6 row potato tops flail shredder unit with end tow package; POTATO WAREHOUSE LINE-UP: Spudnic Bin Stacker (Model 55088, Ser. #216) with 53 ft. tele scoping boom, power drive wheels, hyd. outriggers, variable speed control to synchronize belt speed with unload speed, dirt eliminator, belt boom with gooseneck, belted draper chain stinger, deluxe unit; 1992 Deluxe Haines Portable Self-Contain Flume (stone and clod eliminator unit), detachable tongue, trash and cir culator pumps, 36 in. clean potato discharge, 12 in stone/clod dis charge conveyor, trailer per hour capacity, all belted chain, expen sive custom applied elec, control system with emergency kill switches; Ag-Pak 9 lane auto. Bagger with Newtec weighing system, “Kwik Lok” poly closures, all complete with corrugated belt conveyor and 5 ft. round table; Ag-Pak 8 head paper hanger unit; Weigh-O-Matic poly hangers; poly hangers; Walthambury model 320 auto bagger for 50 lbs.; Fischbein 10 Thousand 300 series sewer on adjustable stand; Two (2) Union Special sewers on adjustable stands; Weigh-O-Matic 14 head auto bagger; FMC Count Pack Machine (1980’s vintage) used one year then parked in shed, Kerrian M4O Speed Sizer currently set for #1 and chef sizes, swinging gate, reversible belts; Haines 48 in washer; Haines 36 in. chain sizer with draper chain stinger; Haines 30 in. IRRIGATION; Auction Conducted By James P. Pirrung and Associates PIRRUNG AUCTIONEERS, INC. P.O. Box 607, Wayiand, New York 14572 716-728-2520 "Vegetable Farm Equipment Auctioneers For Over 50 years!” roller table; Haines 40 in. x 5 ft. flighted belt conveyor, Haines 12 in. x 6 ft. flat then 12 in. x 4 ft. flighted belt up conveyor, Haines 16 in. x 24 ft. flighted belt seed conveyor with seed duster box, on adjustable scissor legs, single manual bagger, KW hand pallet jack with charger; Various scales; Selection of wooden pallet boxes; App. 11,000 Stone Container Corp. “iced sweet corn bags” 15x7 1/2x36; WAREHOUSE CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM: Shur Stor Systems “Fog Master” model S-93 warehouse humid ifier system; Two (2) Krack 5 fan cooler units with compressor; Deluxe IVI (Industrial Ventilation Inc.) fully computerized ven tilation control system with two (2) intake ventilation doors, two (2) 7 1/2 h.p. fans and all controls (installed by Arctic Refrigeration Co. of Batavia 716-343-2678); TILLAGE TOOLS - GENERAL PURPOSE LINE: IH 145 5-b. 18 in. roll-over plow with coulters; Long 1838 5-b. 2- way light soils plow; Brillion 3 pt. 5 shank V-npper with gauge wheels; IH 496 22 ft. hyd. fold transport disc with rock flex gangs, 9 in. spacings; Brillion 24 ft. cultimulcher; Brillion “Land Commander” (model LCS 5-1) soil conditioning tool with 14 ft. disc units and 9 chisel teeth; Unverferth 15 ft. “Rolling Harrow II”; Brillion 24 ft. hyd. fold field cultivator with Danish teeth and rear spike teeth gang; IH 3 pt. 6 row folding wing rolling cultiva tor; IH 3 pt. 6 row rolling cultivator; Unverferth 30 ft. hyd. fold field cultivator with rear rolling harrow; IH Cyclone 800 6 row corn planter with liquid fert., insecticide hoppers; Three (3) flat rack wagons; Two (2) wagon running gears; Gehl 315 Scavenger II slinger type tandam axle manure spreader; ST 1550-1100-1000 gal. poly tanks; Various portable transfer pumps; Army Surplus 10 KW portable generator unit with small diesel power plant. Portable welder; Two (2) shop presses, Two (2) shop cranes; Heaters; Fans; 3 pt quick attach; IH suitcase weights; TRUCK TRACTOR - TRAILERS - TRUCKS: 1998 IH 9100 Thick TVactor, (only 17,000 original owner miles! l ), day cab, Cat. C-10 diesel power, Eaton 9 speed trans., jake-break, live tandem axle, sliding sth wheel. Bud wheels, 275/08R24.5 low profile tires, air ride suspension, dual an seats with Lumbar, air fairing, like new 11 . Two (2) 1986 Utility model 2000 48 ft x 96 in insulated reefer trailers with plywood linings, stainless rear doors, spring ride, sliding tandems, Bud wheels, 295-75R22.5 low profile tires, each with Thermoking SB-Z units, nice inside and outside!; 1977 Great Dane 42 ft x 96 in. all stain less trailer with Thermoking “Century” unit. 1973 Dorsey 40 ft x 96 in. insulated trailer with false floor and conveyor; Ten (10) van trailers for storage. Four (4) 16-22 ft. van bodies for storage pur poses; Four (4) 16-22 ft. van bodies for storage; “U.S. Truck Body” 24 ft.van body with curbside door, 1983 Mack R6OOK 10- wheel, twin screw, cab and chassis. Mack triplex trans., 11R-24 5 tires; 1973 Mack R6OO 10-wheel, twin screw, cab and chassis, 6 cyl. diesel, duplex trans. plus aux.; 1970 Mack R6OO 10-wheel, cab and chassis, 6 cyl diesel, 10 sp. trans , plus aux., 1977 Mack R6OO lOwheel, plus air tag tn axle, cab and chassis; 1980 Mack F-model tandem axle tractor; Mack “Cruise-Liner” tandem axle tractor; Ford 9000 Louisville ten wheel, tax axle, diesel power,with rear nice Tyler app. 12-15 ton steel fert body with auger and tarp; 1980 Magirus 160-A-II single truck, diesel, with Webster wooden fert body with auger, 1980 Margirus 160-A-II single axle truck, diesel, with 20 ft. Kidron van body; 1972 Ford 800 Louisville 10-wheel, twin screw with aux. trans gas engine, complete with Haines 22 ft. chain unload body; 1974 Ford 800 Louisville 10-wheel, twin screw, gas power, aux. trans , complete with Haines 22 ft. chain unload body, 1973 Ford Louisville, lO wheel, twin screw, 3208 Cat diesel, cab and chassis, 1975 KW Hustler 10-wheel, twin screw, Detroit 6 cyl, diesel, complete with 16 ft. Ziggy type body (Cartanza truck); 1971 IH Cargo Star COE, 1950 A model, 10-wheel, twin screw, IH V-8 diesel, com plete with Haines 22 ft. chain unload body, 1969 IH 2000 Fleetstar 10-wheel, twin screw, Detroit diesel, 10 sp trans., plus aux.; (Note: See newer belt unload bodies listed under “Potato Field” heading.) PERSONAL AUTOMOBILES 1995 Lincoln Continental, white, 4-door, 87,000 miles; 1987 Mercedes 300 diesel, blue, 4-door, 126,000 miles, NOTE: The late Ed Meyer died immediately from a tractor acci dent on the farm August 1999. Ed was well known and highly respected in the potato industry for his knowledge, enthusiasm, dedication and progressiveness. Plan to be in attendance on Monday June 26th. Sale head quarters will be the Blue Spruce Motel at Kinderhook, Phone 518-758-1638. Lunch and comfort facilities at sale site. TERMS; CASH - CERTIFIED OR CASHIERS CHECK OR WIRE TRANSFER IN U.S. FUNDS! Honorable personal or business checks will be accepted from those persons who have established favorable relations with the Meyer Family or the Auction Company' Those persons unknown shall present to Pirrung Auctioneers, Inc , upon registering to bid, a current letter from their bank stating the amount they may spend at the Meyer Auction. The owner and the Auction Company reserve the right to deny immediate removal of any item until check clearance Acceptable ID required to register for a bid card' Owned by Lindenwald Farm, Inc., Donald Meyer, President Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 3, 2000-E9 Sale Reports METZGER ESTATE SALE Antiques, collecti bles, glassware and furniture were sold Wednesday at a public auction held for the Anna Metzger estate in the A 1 Starr Fire men’s Building, Willow Street. There were 180 reg istered bidders. Highlights included a ten-piece Tribond dining room suite, $650; a three-piece oak bedroom suite, $570; a four-piece Sumter bedroom suite, $425; a two-piece iron bed frame, $300; an oak sideboard top, $160; a Singer oak treadle sewing machine, $7O; three Wattware mugs, $270; a Wattware PUBLIC AUCTION SAT., JUNE 10, 2000 at 10:00 A.M. LOCATION: 431 Hibernia Road, Chester County, Coatesville, Pennsylvania. From Rt, 30 Bypass Exit Rt. 82, North 3 miles left onto Lafayette Road, right at stop sign on Hibernia Road. Sale at the old stone house w/log cabin addition on left. Watch for signs. ANTIQUES, GLASSWARE, COLLECTIBLES & COINS PA House highboy/bedroom set and tea table; ‘sos kit. set w/swivel chairs and outside metal patio set; Oak hall rack w/beveled mir ror; spinning wheels; wooden school desk; half table; Blue Gothic Revival armchair; match. Viet, gold chairs; Windsor comb back chair; Viet, white sofa; victrola; Napanee Hoosier style cab.; jelly cupboard w/panel doors; Martha Wash sewing cab.; blanket chest; empire chest w/glass knobs; Dep. china cab.; fireplace screen/card table; Maytag washer w/pump discharge; Art Deco kit. cab, w/glass door; Singer sew. mach. w/dovetail box; Oak telephone and Morse Code signaler; outdoor patio furn.; 2 pc. bed room set; office credenza; benches; fireplace andirons, child's wooden horse glider w/actu al horse hair; wooden stenciled push sled; 4 baby carriages inc. Viet wooden wheel wick er carriage w/hood, green/black wicker, white/black wicker and 1950’s style; antique wooden doll bed; child’s rocking horse GLASSWARE & POTTERY: Carnival, Amber, Roseville tall lily vase w/match. can dle stands: Weller Pottery; Milk and Prohibition bottles plus others; crocks, oil and hurricane lamps. COLLECTIBLES Battery operated robots and toys; large tobacco tin w/mirror; old pic ture frames; Nantucket basket and others; WWII German War flag; chalkware; Knucklehead Smith w/ong. clothing; Art Deco signed statue; irons; Viet, hats w/boxes; furs; musical jewelry box and others; bar signs; clocks and serving trays; Silver and misc. trays; newspaper memorabilia; books; small Oak barrels: tins; cigar boxes; matches and lighters; linens COINS: Morgan Silver Dollars; Peace, Walking Liberty, Franklin Silver; large paper notes and currency; mint and proof sets, quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. TOOLS: Bow, table and band saws; many other items too numerous to mention TERMS: Cash or Approved Check. No Out of State Checks Sale By: TYRA SCOTT BEAVERS GRIEST’S AUCTION SERVICE Phone; (610) 857-2149 or (610) 758-3187 John Stoltzfus, Auctioneer /»v|j betct Lie. #AU-001728-L CT} Ken Griest, Jr., Apprentice uTr '" — Lie. #AA-002602-L AUCTIONEER NOTE: Don’t miss this sale - all items are in nice condition. FOOD AVAILABLE - NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS - ANNOUNCEMENTS DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PREVIOUS ADVERTISING. cookie jar, $110; two covered blue glass re frigerator bowls, $170; a Hubley cat, $120; and Old MacDonald rooster creamer, $110; an Old MacDonald cinnamon spice jar, $9O; a cranberry glass hobnail cruet, $82.50; a green Depression glass shaker, $35; a Japanese wind-up baby doll, $32; a turkey call, $3O; and an early stuffed animal pull toy, $57.50. The sale was con ducted by Probst Family Auction Ser vice, Willow Street.