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~ DRIVING FORCE ~

The 2020 Annual Review of Machinery Sales by Kivells Ltd

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Established 1885

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* Photo above taken at the February Monthly Machinery Sale at Holsworthy Market.

2020 was certainly a very different year

for machinery sales throughout the UK

with the effects of Covid-19 hitting the

auction calendar hard.

That said, a total of 29 auctions of

machinery were conducted by Kivells Ltd,

online, on farms, and at both

Holsworthy and Exeter Auction Centres.

* Photo above taken at the February Monthly Machinery Sale at Holsworthy Market.

2020 was certainly a very different year

for machinery sales throughout the UK

with the effects of Covid-19 hitting the

auction calendar hard.

That said, a total of 29 auctions of

machinery were conducted by Kivells Ltd,

online, on farms, and at both

Holsworthy and Exeter Auction Centres.

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Well over 12,000 lots went under the

hammer on behalf of customers

throughout Great Britain and sold to

farmers, smallholders, merchants and

dealerships throughout the land.

Despite the challenges of the ever

changing Government guidelines

Kivells Ltd adapted its business to

ensure customers received the best

possible service and continued to

obtain the highest prices for their

machinery and goods.

Well over 12,000 lots went under the

hammer on behalf of customers

throughout Great Britain and sold to

farmers, smallholders, merchants and

dealerships throughout the land.

Despite the challenges of the ever

changing Government guidelines

Kivells Ltd adapted its business to

ensure customers received the best

possible service and continued to

obtain the highest prices for their

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* Photo above taken at the February Monthly Machinery Sale at Holsworthy Market.

The season kicked off at both centres in early February 2020. First up was Holsworthy where the team saw a huge crowd of customers in attendance from as far afield as Wales, Dorset, Wiltshire and Bristol. Topping the 7 tractors sold on the day was the P reg John Deere tractor sold by the Hamlyn family who farmed on the edge of Dartmoor hitting £10,200 with the John Deere gator being the highlight of the day reaching £9,500 and going home with the May family from Instow on the North Devon coast.

* Photo above taken at the February Monthly Machinery Sale at Exeter Market.

At Exeter a cracking show of machinery saw the best up from Littlehampton in South Devon reaching £4,800 for the Massey 135 tractor with the quad bike from the same home at £4,000. This sale included the clearance of a fallen stock and equine transport business that attracted a great deal of interest and topped at £5,100 with the Volvo horse lorry hitting £3,200.

Well over 12,000 lots went under the

hammer on behalf of customers

throughout Great Britain and sold to

farmers, smallholders, merchants and

dealerships throughout the land.

Despite the challenges of the ever

changing Government guidelines

Kivells Ltd adapted its business to

ensure customers received the best

possible service and continued to

obtain the highest prices for their

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* Photo above taken at the March Monthly Machinery Sale at Holsworthy Market.

As we moved into Spring one of the biggest entries of machinery ever seen at Holsworthy took place on Saturday 7th March 2020. Buyers from everywhere were in attendance and pushed the best tractor to £20,200 for the New Holland which was driven to the sale from just outside Truro in Mid Cornwall and sold by Antony Eames. The Hitachi Swing Shovel came up from Newquay and sold to £13,500 going off to its new home in Shaftsbury.

This sale included the dispersal of one private forestry business from St Neot in South East Cornwall. The best of the 5 tractors from this clearance was the County 1174 c/w log crane which reached £8,900 with the 2nd County tractor at £7,200.

Who would have ever thought that every farm machinery sale in the UK would stop due to Covid-19 following this sale!

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* Photo above taken at the March Monthly Machinery Sale at Holsworthy Market.

As we moved into Spring one of the biggest entries of machinery ever seen at Holsworthy took place on Saturday 7th March 2020. Buyers from everywhere were in attendance and pushed the best tractor to £20,200 for the New Holland which was driven to the sale from just outside Truro in Mid Cornwall and sold by Antony Eames. The Hitachi Swing Shovel came up from Newquay and sold to £13,500 going off to its new home in Shaftsbury.

This sale included the dispersal of one private forestry business from St Neot in South East Cornwall. The best of the 5 tractors from this clearance was the County 1174 c/w log crane which reached £8,900 with the 2nd County tractor at £7,200.

Who would have ever thought that every farm machinery sale in the UK would stop due to Covid-19 following this sale!

Despite the challenges,

business had to continue and Kivells Ltd

switched to online sales of machinery to be

able to provide a service to our customers,

via auctionmarts.com.

The dispersal of contracting equipment from Boscastle in North Cornwall saw over 350 registered buyers bidding keenly and pushed a top call of £15,000 for the McHale bale wrapper whilst the Bomford Mulcher went off to its new home near Kings Lynn in Norfolk.

As Summer approached our June online sale saw a very useful entry of over 300 lots to include the dispersal sale of tractors and farm equipment on behalf of one customer living in the South East of England. The top call for this sale was £15,100 given for the 04 plate New Holland with the Claas tractor (as seen) from the same farm reaching £15,000.

The Cook Family of Exmoor sold a quality line up of well-maintained Harvesting equipment and saw the best reach £5,000 for the Reco twin rake with the pick of the silage/grain trailers at £5,250.

Despite the challenges,

business had to continue and Kivells Ltd

switched to online sales of machinery to be

able to provide a service to our customers,

via auctionmarts.com.

The dispersal of contracting equipment from Boscastle in North Cornwall saw over 350 registered buyers bidding keenly and pushed a top call of £15,000 for the McHale bale wrapper whilst the Bomford Mulcher went off to its new home near Kings Lynn in Norfolk.

As Summer approached our June online sale saw a very useful entry of over 300 lots to include the dispersal sale of tractors and farm equipment on behalf of one customer living in the South East of England. The top call for this sale was £15,100 given for the 04 plate New Holland with the Claas tractor (as seen) from the same farm reaching £15,000.

The Cook Family of Exmoor sold a quality line up of well-maintained Harvesting equipment and saw the best reach £5,000 for the Reco twin rake with the pick of the silage/grain trailers at £5,250.

Despite the challenges,

business had to continue and Kivells Ltd

switched to online sales of machinery to be

able to provide a service to our customers,

via auctionmarts.com.

The dispersal of contracting equipment from Boscastle in North Cornwall saw over 350 registered buyers bidding keenly and pushed a top call of £15,000 for the McHale bale wrapper whilst the Bomford Mulcher went off to its new home near Kings Lynn in Norfolk.

As Summer approached our June online sale saw a very useful entry of over 300 lots to include the dispersal sale of tractors and farm equipment on behalf of one customer living in the South East of England. The top call for this sale was £15,100 given for the 04 plate New Holland with the Claas tractor (as seen) from the same farm reaching £15,000.

The Cook Family of Exmoor sold a quality line up of well-maintained Harvesting equipment and saw the best reach £5,000 for the Reco twin rake with the pick of the silage/grain trailers at £5,250.

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It was great to be back at Holsworthy Market in early July and with strict Covid-19 regulations in place our monthly sale of machinery saw such a large entry that the Directors of Kivells decided to have a 2 day sale. Day 1 included 547 lots of machinery which hit £18,000 for the Claas handler in from Launceston in Cornwall and went off to Northlew in West Devon. A big entry of 17 tractors saw a top call of £6,800 for the Massey Ferguson in from Will Jennings of Beaford closely followed by the P reg Case at £5,000. The dispersal of tractors and equipment from loyal Kivells supporters Messrs Martin of Yarnscombe saw big support from neighbours and friends. Their dispersal included tractors which were all ‘sold as seen’ and saw the Renault (non-runner) pull away to £2,200 with the AGT Estate tractor at £2,500. The Martin family also sold a large consignment of sheep handling equipment which saw a top call of £480 for a mobile shearing unit.

The 2nd July sale at Holsworthy saw a welcome return to our Pig & Poultry ‘Smallholders’ auctions which regularly attracted entries of over 500 head from farms and holdings throughout the West country. Added to this was the 2nd sale of the month of tractors and machinery which attracted 927 lots and recorded a top call of £6,000 given for the 2001 Landrover Defender on behalf of Messrs Bowden of Bideford and went off to its new home near Truro. The Driscoll family went back home to Camelford in Cornwall delighted, after selling their Siromer compact tractor at £4,650 against a guide of £3,000. A large line up of trailers reached £2,200 for the stock box going off to the Quantock Hills in Somerset whilst a huge consignment of building materials from one company in Okehampton saw a top call of £460 for a quantity of roofing sheets and plenty of piles of decking between £280-£340.

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It was great to be back at Holsworthy Market in early July and with strict Covid-19 regulations in place our monthly sale of machinery saw such a large entry that the Directors of Kivells decided to have a 2 day sale. Day 1 included 547 lots of machinery which hit £18,000 for the Claas handler in from Launceston in Cornwall and went off to Northlew in West Devon. A big entry of 17 tractors saw a top call of £6,800 for the Massey Ferguson in from Will Jennings of Beaford closely followed by the P reg Case at £5,000. The dispersal of tractors and equipment from loyal Kivells supporters Messrs Martin of Yarnscombe saw big support from neighbours and friends. Their dispersal included tractors which were all ‘sold as seen’ and saw the Renault (non-runner) pull away to £2,200 with the AGT Estate tractor at £2,500. The Martin family also sold a large consignment of sheep handling equipment which saw a top call of £480 for a mobile shearing unit.

The 2nd July sale at Holsworthy saw a welcome return to our Pig & Poultry ‘Smallholders’ auctions which regularly attracted entries of over 500 head from farms and holdings throughout the West country. Added to this was the 2nd sale of the month of tractors and machinery which attracted 927 lots and recorded a top call of £6,000 given for the 2001 Landrover Defender on behalf of Messrs Bowden of Bideford and went off to its new home near Truro. The Driscoll family went back home to Camelford in Cornwall delighted, after selling their Siromer compact tractor at £4,650 against a guide of £3,000. A large line up of trailers reached £2,200 for the stock box going off to the Quantock Hills in Somerset whilst a huge consignment of building materials from one company in Okehampton saw a top call of £460 for a quantity of roofing sheets and plenty of piles of decking between £280-£340.

Later in July the Kivells machinery team travelled to Lifton, on the edge of Dartmoor to conduct the dispersal of machinery for Phil & Caroline Cox of Meadwell farm.

Following the successful sale of the Dairy herd and also the farm, the machinery team saw a top call of £47,500 given for the 2019 plate JCB loadall and the John Deere 6150R tractor race away to £39,500.

A fabulous line up of machinery sold to a top call of £31,000 for the 2019 Krone Comprima CV150 XC baler and wrapper followed by the Krone Swardo 900 rake at £10,200, 2006 Land rover 90 at £9,600 and the Hi-Spec 2300 slurry tanker at £9,000 with plenty of other equipment between £2,300 - £7,000.

All in all a highly successful sale for our vendors and we wish them every success in the future.

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On a blistering hot day in August the Kivells team at Exeter saw a full yard of equipment sell really well with the Kubota B1410 compact tractor on behalf of Messrs Hemingway of Exmouth hitting £6,000 whilst the part dispersal on behalf of Bob Rank saw a highlight of £2,700 for his 4 star hay turner and £2,300 for his Twose rollers.

The Holsworthy August sale was headed by the Lamborghini 1030 in from Newton Abbot which sold really well at £12,000 with the same good vendor selling their 4x4 gator at £4,200 and a mass of 6 hedge trimmers cutting away to £2,200 with 3 going off to Lancaster.

The 1st consignment of roofing slates of the year on behalf of one company in Plymouth saw the best crate full (517 slates) reach £270 with a total of 7,422 slates sold on the day.

The 2nd August sale saw 1141 lots sold which included 7 tractors from all over Devon and Cornwall. Steve and Kat Pomeroy of Bradworthy saw their Kioti estate tractor reach £4,750 whilst for many, the highlight of the day was a pair of vintage (petrol) Grey Fergies sold on behalf on the Gibbs family of Petrockstow near Okehampton to £1,200 after spending quite a while stored in their garden.

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On a blistering hot day in August the Kivells team at Exeter saw a full yard of equipment sell really well with the Kubota B1410 compact tractor on behalf of Messrs Hemingway of Exmouth hitting £6,000 whilst the part dispersal on behalf of Bob Rank saw a highlight of £2,700 for his 4 star hay turner and £2,300 for his Twose rollers.

The Holsworthy August sale was headed by the Lamborghini 1030 in from Newton Abbot which sold really well at £12,000 with the same good vendor selling their 4x4 gator at £4,200 and a mass of 6 hedge trimmers cutting away to £2,200 with 3 going off to Lancaster.

The 1st consignment of roofing slates of the year on behalf of one company in Plymouth saw the best crate full (517 slates) reach £270 with a total of 7,422 slates sold on the day.

The 2nd August sale saw 1141 lots sold which included 7 tractors from all over Devon and Cornwall. Steve and Kat Pomeroy of Bradworthy saw their Kioti estate tractor reach £4,750 whilst for many, the highlight of the day was a pair of vintage (petrol) Grey Fergies sold on behalf on the Gibbs family of Petrockstow near Okehampton to £1,200 after spending quite a while stored in their garden.

As Summer started to come to an end, the Kivells team of Exeter conducted the dispersal of tractors and machinery for the Kittow family of Silverton in Mid Devon.

Top of the day was £21,800 for the Case 185 tractor with the pick of the trailers reaching £15,500 on a day where the rain just empted down but trade remained high from start to finish.

As September came so did the busy line up of dispersal sales throughout the South West of England. The wonderful dispersal on behalf of Messrs Dayment & Skelton, Agricultural Engineers of Totnes on the South Devon coast attracted a huge crowd of buyers who pushed the best of 1100 lots to £26,000 for the Claas tractor and £22,000 given for the John Deere.

A smart line up of machinery came from the same vendor and hit £9,700 for the Field Marshall dung spreader whilst the clearance on behalf of Leonard Earle on the same day reached £30,500 for the Case 1154 and £28,400 for the Case Maxxium. This certainly was the sale of the year in that part of the West country.

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Back up at Holsworthy a total entry of 1291 lots included the C reg Case tractor on behalf of Phil Skelly of Plymouth reach £7,500 whilst the main attraction of the day was the dispersal of a smallholding from North Cornwall (Kivells having sold the farm) which attracted huge interest with bidders in the yard, placing commission bids and bidding on the phone. The top call from this dispersal was £5,900 for the Zetor tractor (as seen) which went off to Somerset whilst at the same sale the dispersal from an 8 acre smallholding near Bradworthy topped at £4,000 for the 2016 Suzuki quad bike with regular Kivells cattle vendor Will Prouse of Torrington going home happy after selling his Kubota 4x4 mule (11 plate) well at £5,000.

The dispersal of tractors and machinery on behalf of Mr F.G. Westcott of Chipley Farm near Newton Abbot saw a tremendous trade with the top call

being £16,000 for the Merlo handler (07 plate) with the pick of the tractors at £6,100 and the ‘spread a bale’ chopper levelling out at £6,000.

Into October and with Autumn commencing, the sale at Holsworthy again attracted nearly 1,000 lots which included our special ‘Massey Fergusson’ day. Topping the entry was the Massey Ferguson 390 hitting £11,100 whilst the Massey Ferguson 575 (as seen) from North Devon powered away to £6,600 along with the Case 895 also at £6,600. A day when 10 tractors went under the hammer and only 1 remained unsold. This day also included the clearance of a timber shop from near Saltash which was sold undercover and reached a top call of £400 for the Axminster sander and the Draper bandsaw at £380.

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Back up at Holsworthy a total entry of 1291 lots included the C reg Case tractor on behalf of Phil Skelly of Plymouth reach £7,500 whilst the main attraction of the day was the dispersal of a smallholding from North Cornwall (Kivells having sold the farm) which attracted huge interest with bidders in the yard, placing commission bids and bidding on the phone. The top call from this dispersal was £5,900 for the Zetor tractor (as seen) which went off to Somerset whilst at the same sale the dispersal from an 8 acre smallholding near Bradworthy topped at £4,000 for the 2016 Suzuki quad bike with regular Kivells cattle vendor Will Prouse of Torrington going home happy after selling his Kubota 4x4 mule (11 plate) well at £5,000.

The dispersal of tractors and machinery on behalf of Mr F.G. Westcott of Chipley Farm near Newton Abbot saw a tremendous trade with the top call

being £16,000 for the Merlo handler (07 plate) with the pick of the tractors at £6,100 and the ‘spread a bale’ chopper levelling out at £6,000.

Into October and with Autumn commencing, the sale at Holsworthy again attracted nearly 1,000 lots which included our special ‘Massey Fergusson’ day. Topping the entry was the Massey Ferguson 390 hitting £11,100 whilst the Massey Ferguson 575 (as seen) from North Devon powered away to £6,600 along with the Case 895 also at £6,600. A day when 10 tractors went under the hammer and only 1 remained unsold. This day also included the clearance of a timber shop from near Saltash which was sold undercover and reached a top call of £400 for the Axminster sander and the Draper bandsaw at £380.

Highworthy Farm near Clovelly in North Devon was the venue for a massive dispersal of machinery for Messrs Davey & Partners. This highly successful sale topped at £44,250 for the Massey Ferguson 5712 closely followed by the Massey Ferguson 5711 at £30,000 going off to Exmoor.

Amongst the 212 lots of machinery was the Boreco sawdust dispenser (used for bedding cow cubicles) which hit £5,000 with the Amazone fertiliser spinner close up at £3,500.

Next up was the Seckington sale near Bideford which saw a very large line up of mainly heavy duty farm equipment and topped at £15,800 for the Stewart silage trailer from our host vendors Messrs L.J. Goaman & Son. The John Deere forager powered away to £15,500 and the pick of the trailers

topped at £9,400 for the 15tn grain trailer.

This sale also included the dispersal of equipment for the Langdon family who had made their decision to retire from farming after many years farming in Clovelly. Their dispersal reached a high of £7,200 for the Ford 8210 with other goods at £6,500.

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It was then time for the Kivells team to travel down to Lostwithiel in South Cornwall for one of their most successful sales of the year. After a lifetime of farming beef, sheep and arable Messrs Hoskins made the decision to disperse their livestock and equipment and cease farming. Bathed in Autumn sunshine a wonderful line up of New Holland tractors attracted huge interest both from private farmers to international dealerships. Top call on the day was £43,000 with other tractors at £23,600, £21,500 and £18,000.

Amongst the equipment was the wonderful Bateman mobile cattle race that following somewhat of a bidding war went up to Camelford at £8,400. The sale also saw the 1st sale of fodder of the season with 450 round bales of hay and haylage realising over £6,400.

As the winter months came ever closer it was off to St Tudy near Wadebridge for the dispersal of machinery for Messrs WP & TD Harris. A good crowd of buyers who were

there to conduct business pushed the best of the tractors to £37,700 for the John Deere 6125R going off to its new home near Padstow, closely followed by the John Deere 6630 at £26,400.

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It was then time for the Kivells team to travel down to Lostwithiel in South Cornwall for one of their most successful sales of the year. After a lifetime of farming beef, sheep and arable Messrs Hoskins made the decision to disperse their livestock and equipment and cease farming. Bathed in Autumn sunshine a wonderful line up of New Holland tractors attracted huge interest both from private farmers to international dealerships. Top call on the day was £43,000 with other tractors at £23,600, £21,500 and £18,000.

Amongst the equipment was the wonderful Bateman mobile cattle race that following somewhat of a bidding war went up to Camelford at £8,400. The sale also saw the 1st sale of fodder of the season with 450 round bales of hay and haylage realising over £6,400.

As the winter months came ever closer it was off to St Tudy near Wadebridge for the dispersal of machinery for Messrs WP & TD Harris. A good crowd of buyers who were

there to conduct business pushed the best of the tractors to £37,700 for the John Deere 6125R going off to its new home near Padstow, closely followed by the John Deere 6630 at £26,400.

The team travelled to Whiteleigh Farm on the Devon and Cornwall border near Whitstone to disperse the machinery for John Uglow and family following Kivells having sold the 300 acre farm and the herd of milking cows.

Despite the torrential rain on the day, an active crowd of buyers pushed the John Deere tractor (9,050 hrs) to £20,000 going off to Taunton in Somerset. Amongst the livestock equipment, the Hydraulic foot trimming crush hit £4,700 with plenty of other lots between £2,000 - £3,000.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, our November sale of machinery was an online sale. Certainly our most successful online sale of the year attracting bidders from as far afield as Ballymoney in Northern Ireland, Alford in Lincolnshire, Newport in Wales and Thirsk in Yorkshire. A clearance of 87% was fantastic with a top call of £7,500 given for the Ford 7710 from a farm near Whiddon Down and going off to its new home in Chippenham, Wiltshire. The Massey Ferguson 690 tractor went down to Mid Cornwall at £6,750 whilst the pick of the dispersal from Ron Harris of North Cornwall was the Hudson livestock trailer which hit £2,600 going off to Luxulyan near Bodmin with John Voakes. Messrs Andrews of Shebbear saw their Teagle dung spreader (as seen) reach £1,900 whilst the 4th part of the dispersal of equipment from a dairy farm near Winkleigh topped at £650 for a quantity of gates and the pick of the ploughs sold to £950 on behalf of Messrs Brewer of Reddivallen Farm on the edge of Boscastle in Cornwall.

Into December we went which saw 3 very successful sales before Christmas. A very nice sale at Holsworthy saw the first onsite sale since lockdown restrictions were lifted and attracted an entry of 1347 lots.

The highlight of the day was the H reg Ford 3000 that had been lovingly restored by the Martin Family of Fremington near Barnstaple reaching £3,100, whilst the Ford compact tractor came over from Chepstow in Wales and hit £2,500.

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The final on farm machinery sale for Kivells of 2020 took place at Collacott farm on the edge of Exmoor on behalf of Messrs Dallyn. The best of a wonderful run of Valtra tractors saw a top call of £70,000 for the T1740 SmartTouch whilst the N1740 SmartTouch hit £65,000 and went off to a farmer in Kent.

The best of a fine line up of modern machinery saw the best of the slurry tankers to £9,600 going down to Wadebridge in Mid Cornwall with the pick of the harvesting equipment at £9,000 for the Kuhn mower travelling to Dartmoor.

The year of machinery sales concluded with the collective sale at Exeter with a top call of £18,500 for a very smart Kubota tractor up from South Devon with the best of a dispersal of vintage tractors reaching £8,000 for the John Deere 830.

For the full reports on all of our machinery sales throughout the year visit our website

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The final on farm machinery sale for Kivells of 2020 took place at Collacott farm on the edge of Exmoor on behalf of Messrs Dallyn. The best of a wonderful run of Valtra tractors saw a top call of £70,000 for the T1740 SmartTouch whilst the N1740 SmartTouch hit £65,000 and went off to a farmer in Kent.

The best of a fine line up of modern machinery saw the best of the slurry tankers to £9,600 going down to Wadebridge in Mid Cornwall with the pick of the harvesting equipment at £9,000 for the Kuhn mower travelling to Dartmoor.

The year of machinery sales concluded with the collective sale at Exeter with a top call of £18,500 for a very smart Kubota tractor up from South Devon with the best of a dispersal of vintage tractors reaching £8,000 for the John Deere 830.

For the full reports on all of our machinery sales throughout the year visit our website

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LOOKING AHEAD

It really has been a memorable year for all

sorts of reasons. Even with the challenges

that arose during 2020, very much to

include the restrictions linked to Covid-19,

the machinery team at Kivells enjoyed a

highly successful year for their clients and

look forward to an even better 2021.

Despite the challenges that may still lie

ahead, our team of professional and

enthusiastic Auctioneers will ensure that

selling machinery with Kivells will continue

to be the right and easiest way for our

customers. Since 1885 Kivells has evolved

into a multi-disciplined practice offering a

full and wide range of services from our

network of offices and auction centres

throughout the South West.

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