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Recession had different effect on auction companies

7:02 PM, Apr. 6, 2014
Josh Wachholz of Oshkosh chains a John Deere boom sprayer to his trailer March 31 at Wausau Sales Corp., south of Merrill. The sprayer was purchased at an auction held March 28 at Wausau Sales Corp.
Josh Wachholz of Oshkosh chains a John Deere boom sprayer to his trailer March 31 at Wausau Sales Corp., south of Merrill. The sprayer was purchased at an auction held March 28 at Wausau Sales Corp.
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The Great Recession took its toll on many businesses in central Wisconsin.

But its effect on auction companies was a bit different.

Carl Theorin, owner of Wausau Sales Corp., which auctions things like farm machinery, construction equipment and lawn & garden items, said his business conducted more auctions during the recession, but because times were tough, certain things didn't sell as well. So there were more auctions but weaker prices. ...

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