Selling your equipment with Witcher Auctions

Next Live Auction:

November 8-9, 2018

Advertising Deadline: Monday, October 22

 Our goal is to make the selling process simple and painless for our consignors.

Complete liquidation 

Depending on the size of your operation, many times the best option is to have an auction at your farm or business location. One of our representatives will come to your location, conduct a free assessment of your equipment, lay out a simple commission structure and expense budget. Once we have answered your questions and an auction contract is signed, we take the reins. Unlike many auction companies, we handle everything, including lining up and cataloging your equipment, advertising, web marketing, contacting potential buyers and bringing our professional staff to conduct your auction. You don't even have to be present on auction day if you choose not to. After the auction we provide you a detailed accounting of each item sold, all expenses and commission. We handle load-out of equipment after the sale and promptly cut you a check for your auction proceeds less our commission.

Our regularly held open auctions

If you only have a few pieces of machinery to sell, our regularly held open equipment auctions at our permanent yard is the perfect opportunity to sell. The process is simple,

1. Call one of our representatives prior to the listed "advertising deadline" (around 20 days prior to the auction event) and let us list your items in our nationwide advertisements. This will let buyers know in advance what you have to sell and in turn, make you money.

2. Bring your equipment to our auction yard. We accept equipment at our Wynne, AR auction yard year round, M-F, 8am-5pm. Auctions are held here approximately every 2 months. When you or your driver arrives with your equipment, a member of our staff will assign a number to each of your items, list each item on one of our consignor contracts, have you sign the contract then provide you a duplicate copy on the spot. Once your equipment has been checked in, our crew will promptly unload your items and place them in line in the auction!

3. We catalog your equipment both in print and online, taking multiple pictures of most items for maximum exposure.

4. After your items are sold at auction, we mail you a detailed accounting of each item sold along with a check for the proceeds, less our commission, within 5 business days after the auction.

It's that simple!


Still have questions? Contact us today and we'll be happy to further explain the process to you!