Four months on from the massive Glenroy clearing sale at Penola, another nearly 200 lots are going up for bid again in July.
The second - and final - clearing sale follows on from the sale of the former Corinella Farms portfolio of Proterra, which was sold to a syndicate of 11 farming families late last year.
In early March, 320 lots were auctioned off by TDC Livestock and Property, in conjunction with AuctionsPlus, with machinery heading to almost every state in Australia.
On July 6, another 197 lots will go under the hammer.
TDC agent Tom Pearce said this second sale would have more of a focus on horticulture equipment, including potato and onion harvesters, seed destoners and rotary hoes.
But he said there would still be something of interest for those not in the horticulture sector.
"We've still got another 15 tractors, ranging from very large horsepower to smaller vineyard tractors," he said.
Mr Pearce said several pieces of equipment were quite specialised and would likely require a substantial wait time to buy new.
"I think the availability and having that option to take something that day - and a wide range of stuff there - will attract people," he said.
He said the second sale was partly in response to the sheer numbers of lots offered at the first sale, while other equipment had been required to finish off the potato and onion season before now.
"This is a good opportunity to come have a look at a wide range of machinery at the same time," he said.
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