FARM LIFE NEWS
Auction Time!
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Feb 17, 2014 09:48 AM CST

Mid-winter in rural areas is a time when farmers focus much of their attention on bookwork, shop work and keeping snow cleared from their lanes. I know some of you in the Eastern Corn Belt have had to push quite a bit of snow so far this winter, but those of us in the Western Corn Belt have had to do very little of this chore.

Another farm activity which can occupy time during the winter months is attending auctions. While land and farm equipment auctions can happen all year long, it seems like there are more during winter when ...

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