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Welcome to the Farm and Ranch Exchange’s Farm Equipment For Sale Area! Every Classified ad is 100% Free, and really easy to get started with. Here at the Farm and Ranch Exchange, you can use the map to see what farm equipment is available locally or simply browse all the ads below.
Whether your in the market for a new tractor or a new baler you can find it under the farm equipment for sale category! All types of farm equipment for sale are accepted, and are 100% free. Still on the fence about selling your old tractor? Why not give it a go here on the Farm and Ranch Exchange! With over 5,000 Visitors daily, your farming equipment is sure to be sold shortly after posting it!
We understand how hard it is make a living as a farmer. One year things are booming and commodities are sky high, but in the blink of a eye the next year is record lows. Such is the life of a farmer, but one thing remains….your equipment must be reliable! Whether you looking to finally retire that 67′ Oliver tractor, or your simply just starting out farming, You can be sure to find your next farm equipment for sale here on the Farm and Ranch Exchange!
Looking for something specific? Use the search option above and search from farm equipment for sale to livestock for sale! Just seeing what you can buy and write off this year? Got you covered there too! No sales, No gimmicks here on the Farm and Ranch Exchange….Just 100% Free Ads, 100% of Time.
Did you know that the first tractor factory was built in Iowa in 1897 by Charles Hart and Charles Parr? That’s over 120 Years ago! Man, Farm Equipment has come such a long ways! They are also to credit for using the first term of tractors. Previously tractors had been to referred to as gas traction engines. 4 Years later, the Hart-Parr No. 1 started production.
It wasn’t until 6 years later that Henry Ford came out with his first gas powered tractor. Even then it was called a automobile plow. Shortly after then invention of the mass production tractor it was used very heavily in farming!
Over the next 60 years ( From 1910 to 1970, for those of you who were not following along! ) tractor production sky rocketed from 1,000 to nearly 5,000,000! That is a 5,000% Sales increase, whew talk about being a successful marketer! Well, It also helped that the price of a new tractor in 1922 was roughly $395. Man, just think about how far $395 goes in today’s world!