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At Farms.com we’ve launched a new classified website for buying and selling farm machinery and livestock. I invite you to check out our new and improved classified website at http://www.Farms.com/classifieds/ 
 
The great thing about Farms.com Classifieds is it’s free to use! And since our classifieds are targeted to farmers, producers, ranchers, and people in rural communities it’s more likely that you will find the perfect match for the farm item you are trying to buy or sell.  
 
Posting a classified is quick, simple, and it’s free!  
If you have a farm item to sell you can post a classified ad here at  
http://www.farms.com/classifieds/submit-online-classified.aspx 

 
We hope you enjoy our new Farms.com Classified website. Happy buying and selling!  
 
From The Farms.com Classifieds Team  
1-888-248-4893 x242

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There's lots of items for sale on Farms.com Classifieds.  

Browse though the livestock & farm equipment classified ads in Ontario @ www.farms.com/classifieds/ontario/

Lots of farmers are using the new Farms.com websites for Classified Ads and Used Farm Machinery.

There are also new smartphone apps available to download for free to help you buy or sell things for your farm.

 

http://www.farms.com/agriculture-apps/business/farms-com-classifieds

 

http://www.farms.com/agriculture-apps/machinery/farmscom-used-farm-...

 

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