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Yoder & Frey Holds Annual Spring Sale Near Pittsburgh

Tue May 04, 2010 - Northeast Edition
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Bron Anestis of Anestis Family Farms tries out a Komatsu PC 20 mini-excavator.
Bron Anestis of Anestis Family Farms tries out a Komatsu PC 20 mini-excavator.
Bron Anestis of Anestis Family Farms tries out a Komatsu PC 20 mini-excavator. Kevin Haas (L) and Mark White, both of Haas Demolition & Excavating, enjoy the nice weather while searching out some bargains. Dan Cheeseman of Cheeseman Farms test drives a Terex Benford 6-ton dumper. Kevin Teets keeps the bidding action moving at a quick pace. Bill Shychuck of Shychuck Inc. views the action from this Dynapac CA-250 roller. Glenn Kovach (L) and Dan Goehring of Goehring Excavating find a seat to watch the auction. Darryl Harp (L) of Harp Enterprises in Alabama catches up with Eugene Nichols of Southland Equipment, based in South Carolina.

Yoder & Frey held its 7th annual Spring Auction April 15 in Darlington, Pa., near Pittsburgh.

The auction featured a wide variety of construction and agricultural equipment, ranging from full-size and mini-excavators, to rollers and motorgraders.

Bidding was active, with a Bobcat T250 skid steer taking $13,000, a Caterpillar 12G motorgrader bringing in $42,500, and a Mitsubishi MXR55 mini-excavator with 4,000 hours drawing a winning bid of $7,200.

Attendance was high, with some bidders coming from as far away as Alabama.