Valtra n143 versu loader tractor

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trook135

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I was just listing it for the guys in the farm shop, up to them what they took in the end as I passed on all enquiries to them, I put it up at top whack expecting offers around 40 so I would guess somewhere near there?
 

hassy

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hi Tim had a look at that valtra n143 today was it yours, just wondering how you got on with it?
 

trook135

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hi Tim had a look at that valtra n143 today was it yours, just wondering how you got on with it?
Wasn’t mine but was a very good friends and was kept at our farm for the last year he had it, good little machine, very nimble and did very little, I think I ended up driving it more than he did! I must admit I’m more of a Deere man but as far as things go it was a very handy little machine, plenty of grunt in a compact package
 

hassy

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That's good to hear, what sort of work did your friend use it for was it mainly loader work did he have it from new? Sorry for bothering you but thinking of buying if I can get at right price.
That's a lovely line of Deere's you have there
 

trook135

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That's good to hear, what sort of work did your friend use it for was it mainly loader work did he have it from new? Sorry for bothering you but thinking of buying if I can get at right price.
That's a lovely line of Deere's you have there
Yeah had from new and a bit of loader work with regards to conventional bales so not very over worked and then most of the hours on it were spent topping round grassland would make a cracking tractor for anyone tbh, almost a luxury item for him when he had it, generally say in the yard for up to two weeks at a time without moving at all, sometimes longer
 

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Written by Charlotte Cunningham

Low Carbon Agriculture, a new event showcasing opportunities in low carbon energy, technological advances and Environmental Land Management (ELM), is set to launch at the NAEC, Stoneleigh, next March. Charlotte Cunningham reports. Formerly Energy and Rural Business Show, the event has rebranded, relocated and reasserted its focus to ensure that practical solutions to tackling climate change through the generation of renewable energy, the implementation of low carbon initiatives and best practice in both environmental and carbon management, take centre stage, according to the organisers. Held in association with the National Farmers Union (NFU), Low Carbon...
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