Welcome to Osney Lodge Farm!


Welcome to our new website, here you can find full details of businesses that we operate from here.  We hope that you find this site helpful and informative, but we are always willing to chat to you about any specific matter, just call our general office on 01342 892216 where you can speak to either Graham, Nikki or Karen.

Collective and Agricultural Farming Auction

21st June 2014 - 10am start

Do you have any unwanted items that you would like to put into the sale.  Have a root around in your barns, garages or units and enter them into our next auction.
The last auction which was held in June sold over 900 lots, this ranged from a bucket of nails to a combine harvester.   Perhaps you have no items to sell but are looking to buy, turn up on the day, register your details and starting bidding. 


The auction is organised and overseen by Southeast Marts, who have worked with us for 4 years. If you have any lots that you wish to enter please call us on 01342 892216 where we can ensure an auction form is sent to you.



Report on the Collective and Agricultural Auction

22nd September 2012


With the weather on our side and plenty of lots entered we were set for a busy day.  Unusually the smaller items were selling like hot cakes, where as the larger items were reaching the reserve prices at a much slower pace.


With a wide variety of lots there was plenty to keep the buyers interested.  Lots consisted of a mini motorbike, garden appliances, tools, chain saws, log burners, tractor spares right up to the larger items such as field gates, generators, compressors, Countax mowers,  trailers and a John Deere 2140 Tractor with a loader.
The next auction will be in June, the exact date is still to be arranged. We would like to thank the sellers and buyers for their continued support and of course Southeast Marts for organising the auctions and Andy Laver for the steady flow of food and drink.


Report on the Collective and Agricultural Auction

16th June 2012


With over 900 lots entered and the weather on our side we were set for a fantastic day. With the sellers and buyers gathering, the auction started at 10.30am where lot after lot were selling for reasonable prices.


The weather remained good all day and by 2pm most lots had been auctioned and buyers were starting to take their new goodies home.
The next auction will be held here on the farm on the 22nd September.  So start raiding your garages, barns and units and see if you may have anything that could be entered into the next auction. We again thank Southeast Marts for organising the auction and Andy Laver for providing the food.