Don Osheim Estate Auction

Live Auction



DIRECTIONS: From Alma, WI travel 5 miles north on Hwy 37 or from Mondovi, WI travel 17 miles south on Hwy 37 to Cnty Rd F then 4 miles NW on Cnty Rd F to the auction location.  Watch for the ProCountry Auction signs.


NOTE: LIVE ONSITE AUCTION.  This auction includes a large offering of vintage tractor and farm equipment along with metal fabrication tools and supplies.  Selling in two rings.  Mark your calendars for this auction! Lucy’s Lunch available.  For pictures visit:








-Allis- Chalmers 7020, cab, 20.8-38 rear tires, 2 hyd., 3pt, diesel, 10 front suitcase weights, 4,557 hrs;


-Oliver 1855, 5,549 hrs, cab, 18.4-38 rear tires, 3pt, 2 hyd.;


-Oliver 880, gas, NF, 16.9-38 rear tires, fenders, 2 Hyd.;


-Allis-Chalmers WD45, gas, WF, 14.9-28 rear tires, fenders; Allis-


-Chalmers B, WF, 9.5-24 rear tires, fenders;


-Allis- Chalmers D17, WF, gas, 16.9-28 rear tires, fenders;


-IH Farmall M, gas, NF, 15.5-38 rear tires, Serial# FBK-175540X;


-Minneapolis- Moline M602, gas, WF, 18.4-34 rear tires, fenders;


-Farmall 400, gas, NF, 14.9-38 rear tires, torque amp, w/ IH 234 mounted corn picker;


-Farmall F20;


-Case VAC, 11.2-28 rear tires, Serial# VAC5057348




-Minneapolis- Moline, gas, NF, 15.5-38 rear tires;


-IH H, gas, NF, 11-38 rear tires, Serial # FBH209145X;


-Oliver 1750, gas, NF, needs assembly, 18.4-34 rear tires




-International 500 Series E dozer w/ 6-way blade, hour meter shows: 848 hrs;


-New Holland L5160 skid steer w/ cab, heat, aux hyd. 2,660 hrs, w/ material bucket, good tires, rear weights, foot/hand controls;


-Caterpillar 30 Crawler



-1989 Chevy 3500, 4x4, manual transmission, flatbed, running order, dually, dump bed 8x9ft, 5th wheel, good tires, gas, 130,095 miles, power locks, power windows, 7.4L engine, VIN# 2GCHK39N0K1211073;


-1987 Ford Econoline box truck/cube van, gas engine, running order, automatic transmission, 50,635 miles;


-1964 Ford pickup, 12ft dump box bed, single axle, manual transmission;


-Yamaha VStar motorcycle, fairing, leather bags, 15,545 miles;


-Honda CM400E motorcycle, 28,553 miles;



-New Idea 5209 disc bine, 540 PTO, 9ft, rubber conditioners;

-Vermeer 605 Series L round baler, 540 PTO w/ monitor;

-Arts Way 425A grinder/mixer;

-Hesston 3710 hay tedder, PTO driven;

-(2) 16ft kicker wagon, (1) Meyer on 1065A John Deere wagon;

-Allis-Chalmers 72 pull type combine;

-Farm King 8ft snow thrower, 3pt, 540 PTO;

-2 bottom plow on steel;

-John Deere 3 bottom plow, trailer;

-2 bottom plow on steel;

-John Deere 3 bottom plow, trailer;

-2 bottom plow on steel;

-2 bottom plow, trailer;

-2 bottom trailer plow;

-John Deere 350 side rake, 4-bar, PTO driven;

-200 ga. field sprayer on cart;

-Glencoe 18ft field cultivator, folding wing;

-Allis-Chalmers 4 row corn planter, 38” row;

-Knoedler “Dial-A-Mix” grain cart, 540 PTO driven;

-Case 8ft grain drill, mechanical lift, single disc, rubber tires, grass seed attachment;

-Cunningham Model 60 6ft hay conditioner;

-New Idea side rake on steel, 4 bar;

-Knoedler self-unloading grain wagon w/ unload auger, PTO driven;

-wood chipper on trailer, gas engine, pintle hitch;

-self-unloading grain wagon, electric driven;

-Hammermill on cart w/ gas engine;

-Minneapolis- Moline Model D corn sheller;

-10 wheel folding rake;

-Killbros gravity box on wagon, wood side extension;

-corn sheller on cart;

-Built In log cradle wood splitter w/ gas engine;

-horse drawn cutter;

-horse drawn cart; 

-horse drawn buggy;

-66” pull behind mower w/ gas engine;

-44” Swisher pull behind mower;

-New Holland 68 baler;

-8 bale round bale wagon w/ tandem gear, steel;

-conveyor on transport, PTO driven;

-International hay mower 7ft;

-John Deere 900 spring tooth digger, 12ft;

-John Deere 14ft double disc, hyd. Lift;

-DMI 10 shank chisel plow, 12ft;

-8 wheel folding rake;

-Calkins CFC field cultivator, 12ft, hyd. lift;

-New Idea manure spreader, wood floor;

-(4) gravity boxes;

-Parker gravity box onJohn Deere 1065 wagon;

-corn box on wagon;

-wagon/running gear, no top;

-4ft spring tooth digger;

-cement mixer w/ electric motor;

-walking plow;

-walking cultivator




-Miller Bobcat 250 AC/DC welder, 338 hr, w/ gas engine;

-Miller Suitcase 12VS;

-Millermatic 251 wire feed welder on cart;

-Thermal Dynamic Custmaster 75 plasma cutter on cart;

-Miller Diversion 165 Tig welder on cart;

-Lincoln ACDC Arc welder on cart;

-Torch kits w/ carts;

-Milwaukee chop saw;

-Dewalt chop saw;

-DC welder w/ gas engine on trailer;

-Riggid 400 1/8” – 2” pipe threader on stand;

-Dayton grinder;

-Grizzly metal band saw;

-large offering of welding steel- angle, tube, pipe, flat;

-large offering welding supplies;

-portable welding table;

-pipe press and much more.



-2003 Road Boss fifth wheel trailer, 20ft deck, 6ft beaver tail, 102” wide, w/ top deck, 3 ramps, electric winch;

-4x6 steel utility trailer, ball hitch, HM, single axle;

-6x10 utility trailer w/ steel ramp, ball hitch;

-truck box wood trailer, single axle;

-homemade trailer, dump wagon, dual wheel, 7x11ft bed;

-24ft van body w/ roll up door;

-20ft gooseneck livestock trailer w/ wood floor;

-Polaris 500 Sportsman, AWD ATV;

-Evinrude Skimmer 440S snowmobile, non-runner;

-Polaris 340 Colt snowmobile, non-runner


LIVESTOCK EQUPIMENT:  Creep feeder on skids, 6ft; (5) round bale hay feeders; portable 16x21ft livestock pen on skids, steel frame; Smidley stainless steel hog feeder; 40 bu. hog feeder on stand; steel tank/livestock feeders on stands; hanging livestock gates, various lengths; (4) poly calf hutches


LOADER ATTACHMENTS:  Bale fork; 4ft material bucket (universal); 72” grapple root bucket; bale spear; 8ft push blade (universal); 6ft material bucket; 7ft push blade; pallet fork attachment; bale spear

TOOLS & SHOP EQUPIMENT:  Posi Lock Model 108 gear puller; Honeywell gas generator, 420cc, 7500watt, electric start; Craftsman bench top tool box; Portable 60 ga. upright air compressor, electric motor 240V; Remington Log Master vintage chain saw; Delta 12” portable plainer; wood lathe on stand; belt sander on stand; large offering of wrenches, tools, hardware, sockets, pulley pushers, chains, deer antlers, hand tools, clamps, hand saws, grease guns, pneumatic tools, metal adjustable clamps, automotive supplies, microphone stands, gas cans, magnetos; engine stand; oil barrels w/ pumps; folding ladders; extension ladders; Energair 2 100 ga. upright compressor; Goats 4050A tire changer; floor jacks; air floor jacks; Craftsman tool chest; Cherry picker engine hoist; multiple drill presses on stand; Grizzly drill press on stand


LAWN & GARDEN:  Husqvarna GTH2654 riding lawn mower, 26HP, 54” deck, manual lift, 308 hrs; Stihl mini tiller; Echo gas chainsaw; Stihl 056 AV super chainsaw; Remington 16” chainsaw; Stihl chainsaw; assortment of lawn and garden tools; Northstar Electric pressure washer 2000EPW; Stihl KM 130R w/ attachments, limb saw, weed whacker; Hit & Miss Cushman 1 ½ HP gas engine; fencing supplies; IH Hit & Miss LA engine


FURNITURE:  List coming soon…


MISCELLANEOUS:  Gas barrel w/ gas boy electric pump; fuel barrel on stand; 6x8ft insulated hunting shed on skids, steel roof; 8x12ft storage shed on skids, steel roof; 8x12ft storage shed on skids, steel roof; saw rig on cart w/ gas engine; 9ft steel truck box; 10ft truck flatbed; large offering of firewood; Pelican paddle boat; 11ft aluminum boat; large offering rough cut lumber; 8x12ft storage shed on skids, steel roof; metal shelving; metal cabinet; 12x18 chicken coop on skids w/ 10ft steel roof; implement rims; steel fence posts; Better Built 100 ga. truck fuel tank w/ electric pump; fuel barrel w/ pump; miscellaneous batteries; tractor chains, chain binders; kerosene space heater; panniers; vintage corn planter; vintage corn sheller; Allen Engineering Co. grain buster on stand; Peavey Escort 2000 powered mixer; (2) grain augers on transport.


HOUSEHOLD:  Rod iron table w/ 6 chairs, wildlife prints, children’s furniture, knick knack shelves, room air conditioner, old windows & doors and more.


Don Osheim Estate

Pauline Osheim - Owner


TERMS: Cash or personal checks may be used for payment.  Credit Cards NOT Accepted.  No Buyers Fee.  WI State Sales Tax will be collected on all applicable items.  All items being offered for sale are being sold “as is, where is” with no warranty or guarantee.  Positive identification required to register for a bidder’s number.  All items must be settled for the day of auction.  Announcements made sale day takes precedence over printed material.  Listing is subject to change prior to auction. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS.

SALE CONDUCTED BYProCountry, LLC Auction Service, Registered Wisconsin Auction Company # 280, Mondovi, WI.  AUCTIONEERS:  Scott Werlein (715) 495-6131 Registered WI Auctioneer #178.  For pictures visit:

This BIDDER CONTRACT entered into between the Bidder whose name is signed and the auctioneers.  Bidder agrees that the terms listed below shall govern this auction and he/she agrees with them.  Additional terms may be posted or announced from the auction block which are just as binding as the terms below.
1. FULL PAYMENT: All items must be paid for in full before Bidder leaves the premises.  Nothing may be removed until is is settled for.  Payment for the purchases must be made by cash, cashier's check, personal check, or business check if announced by the Auctioneers.  Letters of Credit or Guarantee must be for this auction only, along with proof of identity.  All sales are subject to State Sales Tax laws.  Bidder agrees not to stop payment on checks or disallow a sight draft and is responsible for any expenses due to collection of a bad check.  In the event of nonpayment of a bad check, the Autioneers reservie the right to repossess, at any time, at your location, the merchandise involved.
2. NO WARRANTY: ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS, WITHOUT GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND. The descriptions of items appearing in adverstising prior to this auction are believed to be correct.  Nevertheless, neither those descriptions nor any oral statements made by the Owner (or his agents) or the Auctioneers (or his agents) concerning any item shall be construed as a warranty, either expressed or implied.  I, the Bidder, have examined this merchandise and accept it the way it is.
3. DISPUTES: The Auctioneers shall designate the winning bidder after each item is auctioned.  If a dispute arises between two or more bidders, the Auctioneer reserves the right to reopen the bidding.  The Auctioneers' designation of a Buyer is final.
4. BUYER'S REPONSIBILITY: After a Bidder has won the bid, they have become the new owner of this item, even though they may not have paid for the item yet.  The item(s) become the full and sole responsibility of the Buyer at this point and the buyer assumes all risk of loss and damage.
5. INJURY AND DAMAGE: Bidder acknowledges responsibility for any personal injury or property damage caused by the Bidder or his agent, and further agrees to hold Auctioneers harmless from any personal injury to himself or his Agents and any property damage incurred on auction premises.
6. AGENTS ONLY: The Auctioneers are action as the Owner Agents only.

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