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Cancelled - Shackleton Auctions – Hemp Production Equipment Auction

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Cancelled - Shackleton Auctions – Hemp Production Equipment Auction

Time: February 28, 2020 from 10:30am to 5pm
Location: Shackleton Auctions
Street: #51570 Lyons Line,
City/Town: Springfield, ON N0L 2J0
Website or Map: https://www.shackeltonauction…
Phone: 519-317-7869
Event Type: farm, equipment, auction
Organized By: Shackleton Auctions
Latest Activity: Mar 18

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This auction has been cancelled


 

AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE NEW AND AS NEW EQUIPMENT. EVERYTHING IS BEING SOLD UNRESERVED WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE OXB0 AND THE SEEDING LINE WHICH WILL BE SOLD SUBJECT TO OWNERS APPROVAL.

View auction catalogue: https://shackeltonauctions.hibid.com/catalog/200236/live-and-online-hemp-production-equipment-auction-feb--28th/

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