Two farming brothers who are retiring following the end of their tenancy of a livestock farm on the Powys border with Shropshire are holding a sale later this month.

A genuine sale of tractors, machinery and implements has been organised for brothers Keith and Clive Tudor with nearly 150 lots going under the hammer.

The dispersal sale at Lower Heblands, Snead, Churchstoke is being organised by Halls auctioneers on Saturday, April 20, starting at 11am

Halls director James Evans said: “The auction will include a useful selection of well-maintained tractors, implements and machinery that one would expect to find on a lowland livestock farm.


“There will an interesting variety of livestock, arable and general purpose equipment on offer.”

Tractors include a Same Silver 110 4WD with a MF front end loader, a Same Dorado 90-4 4WD, a Same Buffalo 130 4WD and a 1975 Same Saturno 80 2WD.

Also included in the auction will be a 1996 New Holland LS160 Skidsteer Super 600m with bucket and skit steer adapter bracket, a Kioti Mechron 2200 Reco three cylinder diesel utility vehicle with GI hard top with three gates, a Land Rover Discovery Series II TD5, an Artic Cat 4WD diesel 700 quad bike.

A total of nearly 150 lots will be going under the hammer and the auction will be conducted live online via MartEye. The auction catalogue is available at .