An oversupply of used combines is putting buyers in a good position for snagging a deal

An oversupply of used combines is putting buyers in a good position for snagging a deal.

4 tips for buying a used combine

Buying a used combine can save a lot of money, so we offer up these tips for going through the buying process.

With the record run in new combine sales over the past two years, used machines are building up on dealer lots. In an effort to reduce those inventories, some manufacturers are offering incentive programs to encourage the purchase of used equipment.

“The industry is seeing a very large build up because we’ve probably had one of the best years ever selling new combines,” says Jeff Lentz, marketing manager for Claas of North America, citing an industry total of 14,000

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