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ellied

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Sheep haiks - price second hand for selling?I
« on: December 15, 2013, 03:25:38 pm »
I bought 3 over the gate sheep haiks, galvanised maybe 10-12' long, but they're useless for the ponies and one of them got mildly bent tho the other 2 are fine.

Problem is I can't find the price for new ones anywhere nor any second hand ads to compare so I don't know what to ask?  I'd have offered to swap all 3 for a good non-rusty round bale sheep feeder as I have 2 of those and they're far more suitable for the ponies, but I don't know who'd get the best deal out of that either.

Has anyone seen a price for new and/or second hand in excellent/slightly bent conditions to give me an idea where to pitch an ad?  I might get more as scrap metal or better use as a veg protector from chooks but they're wasted for what they actually were so if it's a decent price I can find alternatives for the veg I'm sure!
Barleyfields Smallholding & Kirkcarrion Highland Ponies
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harpchr

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Re: Sheep haiks - price second hand for selling?I
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2013, 01:10:49 pm »
I would be keen if they were 10ft as im looking to get 4 at some point- not sure on price to be honest as not much up here sell but make it reasonable and id be intersted.
 
cheers the noo

ellied

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Re: Sheep haiks - price second hand for selling?I
« Reply #2 on: December 28, 2013, 04:34:39 pm »
Good to know but I don't know what is reasonable, that's my problem!  Biggest I can find suppliers with prices for are 6' and they're 65-70 new but I have one supplier checking to see if they can get 10 or 12 foot priced ones - I feel a bit guilty getting them to do that when I don't want to buy one but I will have to buy a sheep ring feeder so at the mo I'm just "comparing prices" of the 2.. ;)

If you think you know what reasonable is, drop me an email and I'll send you photos so you can see the slightly bent one and the 2 normal ones and see if you really are interested.  I don't have a 4th tho, sorry.

Rings the best I'm getting pricewise seems to be 105 +VAT (126) delivered but I did find a supplier online for 90 (presume +VAT) and can I find that ad again to see if they've got a massive delivery fee to cover the difference??   Nope!
Barleyfields Smallholding & Kirkcarrion Highland Ponies
https://www.facebook.com/kirkcarrionhighlands/
Ellie Douglas Therapist
https://www.facebook.com/Ellie-Douglas-Therapist-124792904635278/

 

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