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The Aniwa Feed Store was the busiest spot on the Shawano County village's main street for decades, at least until it shut down after the business was sold during the late spring. And on Thursday at 5 p.m. a sale will be held to sell the equipment that Andy Resch, his family and crew were using when the business was sold to Insight FS in Antigo.

The liquidation sale is being conducted by North Central Sales Auction, LLC both online and live at the feed store, a classic facility designed to fill the needs of farms before the consolidation and transition to mega-farms that continues today.

In an Antigo Daily Journal story on May 30, Resch explained that he, his wife and sons had reviewed the customer lists and were concerned that there were fewer and fewer small and medium-size farms that they specialized in serving.

That review sparked the decision to sell.

Resch started working at the Aniwa mill 41 years ago and owned the business for 33 years. His family has been an important part of the operation, and they have shifted to the Insight FS operations.

While the list of items for sale include the traditional stock of feed operations, including grain bins, molasses tanks, mixers, augers, scales, carts and much more. Kathy and Duke Packard said there is also a 1999 IN 4700 bulk truck, flatbed truck, 1999 Gehl skidsteer with snow bucket and forks and many more items on the list.

For those who want to eye the situation on-line, it is available at http://www.proxibid.com/northcentralsales.

More information on the sale, both live and on-line, is available at North Central Sales, 715-610-7999.
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The Aniwa Feed Store was open and operating when this picture was taken.

Auction Thursday at Aniwa mill
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The Aniwa Feed Store was the busiest spot on the Shawano County village's main street for decades, at least until it shut down after the business was sold during the late spring. And on Thursday at 5 p.m. a sale will be held to sell the equipment that Andy Resch, his family and crew were using when the business was sold to Insight FS in Antigo.

The liquidation sale is being conducted by North Central Sales Auction, LLC both online and live at the feed store, a classic facility designed to fill the needs of farms before the consolidation and transition to mega-farms that continues today.

In an Antigo Daily Journal story on May 30, Resch explained that he, his wife and sons had reviewed the customer lists and were concerned that there were fewer and fewer small and medium-size farms that they specialized in serving.

That review sparked the decision to sell.

Resch started working at the Aniwa mill 41 years ago and owned the business for 33 years. His family has been an important part of the operation, and they have shifted to the Insight FS operations.

While the list of items for sale include the traditional stock of feed operations, including grain bins, molasses tanks, mixers, augers, scales, carts and much more. Kathy and Duke Packard said there is also a 1999 IN 4700 bulk truck, flatbed truck, 1999 Gehl skidsteer with snow bucket and forks and many more items on the list.

For those who want to eye the situation on-line, it is available at http://www.proxibid.com/northcentralsales.

More information on the sale, both live and on-line, is available at North Central Sales, 715-610-7999.
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The Aniwa Feed Store was open and operating when this picture was taken.
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