Big Iron

Getting the most value for your equipment is critical and with online auctions becoming popular in the farming community, there is an opportunity for producers to expose their assets to thousands of buyers across a global marketplace. To get the best quality equipment listings in front of potential buyers, it takes time. Big Iron, based in St. Edward, Nebraska, often hears that buyers love to see videos of the equipment operating, such as combines working in the field or tractors running. Since the best time to do this is when equipment is in operation, sellers should work with their auction representative to take video during this time. Your auction provider should also stage equipment and take photos for the listings. The auction process can be complicated but getting value back for your assets shouldn’t have to be. When you work with an honest auction company that has your best interests in mind, the process is simplified and rewarding. For more information, call 800-937-3558 or visit

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