Agrithing now offers an excellent platform to post agriculture classified ads for agriculture-related Damaged or Burned Equipment to be auctioned off. These pieces of farm equipment date back to the 1800s and as such have a vintage feel. The best way to get an idea of what pieces may be available for auction is to check out the Farm credit website.
If you’re looking for a specific piece of equipment to sell antique damaged equipment then the best place to look is the Agrithing web portal. The website offers a detailed description of each damaged or burned equipment piece, their history, physical condition, how much they are worth, and any additional information. Before heading to the farm equipment suppliers you should also take a look at the general sales office. The suppliers are available on Agrithing where you can go to find antique equine equipment. You can also head up to the courthouse and inquire about any equipment you may have that is considered surplus by the farm.
If you need to find a certain brand of a horse or other farm equipment, it may be possible to contact the manufacturer directly. If they don’t have the piece that you’re looking for you can try contacting the manufacturer directly or look in an antique dealer. You may have luck in finding a damaged piece there. One of the easiest ways to check to see if a piece of antique equipment is damaged is to go to an auction house or library and look through a book. Many times you will find damaged equipment listed in books from previous years or depending on the size of the book can give you a rough idea of whether or not the piece is in good condition.