Yoder & Frey Auctioneers Hosts Second Sale of the Year

Wed July 12, 2017 - Midwest Edition #14
Construction Equipment Guide


Peter Clark, Yoder & Frey Auctioneers,  said the new relationship with Euro Auctions has been a significant benefit for both buyers and sellers.
Peter Clark, Yoder & Frey Auctioneers, said the new relationship with Euro Auctions has been a significant benefit for both buyers and sellers.
Peter Clark, Yoder & Frey Auctioneers,  said the new relationship with Euro Auctions has been a significant benefit for both buyers and sellers. Nick Schott, son of Don Schott of Schott Farms, tries out a Bobcat skid steer. John (L) and Dave Hadam, both of Granger Tractor & Parts Inc., look for bargains at the auction. Chris Gnorek of Catco, New York, talks with Rusty Moss of Mag Enterprises. Auction attendees gather to bid on a strong selection of excavators at the sale. Josh Lee of Route 39 Equipment considers a bid on this Haulotte HB 44J boom lift. Don Risko (L) and Al Springer, both of Highway Equipment Company, stop by the auction.

Yoder & Frey Auctioneers, part of Euro Auctions Group, conducted its second sale for the year at its Ashland, Ohio, auction site on June 21.

The site has proven popular with area equipment buyers and the auction drew a good sized crowd of onsite bidders while also attracting significant online bidding activity. The auction featured a variety of equipment, including dozers, excavators, skid steers, trucks and trailers.

Standouts at the sale were the selection of late-model machines from Caterpillar and other leading manufacturers. Yoder & Frey's next auction at the Ashland sale site is scheduled for September 20.




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