If you’re wondering where to sell your used farm equipment and machinery, the expert team at Smith Broughton Auctioneers can assist you in getting a great return for your assets. Smith Broughton have become the trusted name in machinery and equipment auctions across Perth and Australia.

As the specialists in online farm machinery and equipment auctions, we leverage our expertise to ensure that you maximise the sales efficiencies and returns on your equipment. Some of the farm equipment and machinery we accept to sell includes harvesters, tractors, mowers, slashers and more.

Selling Used Farm Machinery with Smith Broughton

At Smith Broughton, we utilise a number of sales platforms in order to ensure you receive the best possible return on your equipment. Our primary platforms are a timed online auction, buy now options and an expression of interest (EOI). Each sales platform includes marketing that is tailored to that specific platform. For instance, marketing for timed online auctions may include email database and comprehensive online presence to build awareness. Farming equipment and machinery going up at a live on-site auction will be featured as part of our auction events.

We also offer reserved and unreserved auctions that allow you to either set a minimum reserve or set price for your equipment or simply take the price from the highest bidder. Additionally, we also offer guaranteed minimum return auctions and outright purchase options. Our expert team will assist you in deciding on your best course of action for selling your used farm equipment and machinery.

Sell Your Used Farm Machinery & Equipment Today

Smith Broughton Auctioneers is your first choice when it comes to selling used farm equipment and machinery. With more than 40 years’ experience in auctioning industrial equipment, our expert team knows the ins and outs of ensuring your assets are properly and lucratively remarketed. For more information, get in touch with us on (08) 9374 9222 today or check out our selling guide now. 

Selling Farm Machinery FAQs

Will it take long to sell my used farm equipment?  

The selling process usually takes 3-4 weeks. We advise putting your farm equipment and machinery in our standard, two-week pre-auction promotion and marketing campaign, which is covered by our fee structure, in order to maximise your sales results and get interest from potential farm equipment buyers. The auction runs for seven days, with payment processing occurring 21 days following the auction’s end. A dedicated sales representative will be assigned to you who will look after the farm equipment you wish to sell and assist in organising inspections, and respond to inquiries from possible buyers during the marketing campaign as well as throughout the auction. 

Can I trade in my used farm equipment? 

Smith Broughton can help you dispose of used farm equipment in a number of ways. Please speak to one of our sales representatives for more information. 

Do I need to deliver the farm equipment I wish to sell, or can you pick it up?  

When you are planning the transport of your farm equipment to any of our auction sites, please let our team know. Depending on the type of farm equipment you wish to sell, our sales representatives may be able to recommend a third-party solution, which is practical and affordable for you. 

Do you photograph my farm equipment prior to the auction?  

Yes. As part of our booking process, Smith Broughton will photograph the farm equipment you wish to sell. These photos will also be used in marketing and advertising campaigns in the lead up to the auction. 

Are there restrictions on the farm equipment I can sell? 

Yes. All farm equipment and machinery must meet safety status and transport requirements before they can be sold. Please consult with a sales representative to discuss further. 

Do I need to provide any documentation for the farm machinery? 

Yes. To sell your farm equipment with Smith Broughton, proof of ownership is required along with any licensing or certification documents we deem to be necessary. We conduct compulsory Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) checks on all assets that have an identification or serial number. 

Why should I choose SBA to sell my used farm equipment? 

As leaders of industrial remarketing in Western Australia, Smith Broughton Auctioneers are backed by more than 45 years’ experience and a reputation for being trusted experts in recognising the demands of our clients and the shifting market cycles. Our extensive team of industry experts is dedicated to maximising sale effectiveness and healthy returns on your farm equipment while offering buyers a cutting-edge and all-inclusive platform to look for and acquire plant and equipment.