Neuhart Auctioneering LLC dba: Brad Neuhart Auctioneers has been setting the standard of excellence in the auction industry for many years. Neuhart Auctioneering was initially formed in 1999. In 2010, we went into partnership with Rollo A. Juckette Auctioneer. This partnership was known for over 13 years as Rollo A. Juckette and Brad Neuhart Auctioneers. In 2023, Rollo Juckette decided to semi-retire and with that, we have rebranded as Brad Neuhart Auctioneers. We are a full-service auction company offering services including, but not limited to: asset recovery, sale set-up/preparation, cataloging, marketing, selling and payment reconciliation. Our company name may have changed, but our values and principles have not. We will provide honest, professional and dependable auction services to you, your family and/or your business/organization.
We have seen a lot of changes over the years in the auction industry. We are proud to have remained on the cutting edge of technology, including being one of the early auction companies to offer online only auctions and live auctions with online bidding. We have also embraced technology when marketing your assets. Early on, we realized what a benefit online marketing of auctions would be for either a live on-site auction or an online only auction. The marketing team at Brad Neuhart Auctioneers will develop a custom marketing plan for your auction that is designed to maximize the exposure of your asset(s) to interested buyers from around the WORLD!
Brad Neuhart has been involved in the auctioneering business since the age of 16. He started working for Rollo at the Dundee Stockyards the week after he received his driver’s license. In 1999, Brad formed Neuhart Auctioneering. He has conducted hundreds of successful auctions in Michigan and Ohio. Brad is a graduate of the Reppert School of Auctioneering, an auctioneer in the State of Michigan, a licensed auctioneer in the State of Ohio and a member of - The Michigan Auctioneer’s Association, Ohio Auctioneer’s Association, International Association of Firefighters, Southeast Michigan Antique Tractor & Engine Association, Michigan International Harvester Collectors and Michigan Farm Bureau. Brad also works as a full-time Battalion Chief/Paramedic for a southeastern Michigan fire department. Brad and his wife Jill live in Milan, MI and have a vibrant 14 year old daughter, 11 year old son (also an auctioneer) and spirited 9 year old daughter. When not conducting auctions you will most likely find Brad in his shop working on one of his antique tractors or at one of the kids sports games. In 2017 Brad earned his Real Estate Broker License in the State of Michigan.
Rollo A. Juckette
Rollo has been involved in the auctioneering business longer than most can remember. He has been a fixture in Michigan auction industry and is known for his honesty and fairness to both buyers and sellers. Rollo officially began his auctioneering career in 1969. He has conducted thousands of successful auctions including several car auctions each week. Over the years Rollo has also been involved in the ARCA Racing Series, Monroe County Fair Association and the Dundee Township Board. Rollo is a graduate of the Superior School of Auctioneering in Illinois, an auctioneer and licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Michigan, licensed Ohio Auctioneer and a member of the National Auctioneers Association and Michigan State Auctioneers Association.
Many of you know Tom as Brad’s dad. Although that’s an awesome title he is much more. Tom went to auction school at Northwest Technical College in Ohio because the Little League program could not find an auctioneer to help raise money. That alone should tell you the type of guy Tom is! Tom is retired from General Motors as an engineer and has been on our team ever since. You will find him helping set up auctions, checking in consignments for our consignment auctions and checking people out after our online auctions. He is invaluable to us not only as an auction manager but as a Dad and Papa.
Abbi is a freshman at Milan High School. She is a member of the Raisinville Wranglers 4H Club, FFA and plays travel soccer. She is invaluable to the auction business as well. She helps set up auctions, prep equipment for auction, helps in the office and is the fastest online auction picture loader this side of the Mississippi. Abbi also enjoys collecting tractors (that is her 544 in the picture) and owns a successful pumpkin farming operation and a vintage repurposing craft business called Blue Ribbon Artworks with her brother Wyatt. Fun fact about Abbi - she and her brother once went on strike and picketed (with signs) in the driveway until they were given a pay raise.
Wyatt is in 6th grade at Milan Middle School. He is a member of the Raisinville Wranglers 4H Club and plays football, baseball and basketball. He is an avid tractor collector and owns a Farmall Cub, Farmall H and a Cub Cadet Original. Wyatt is also very well versed in collecting farm and construction toys. Wyatt can operate any machine on the farm and is a very good operator. Wyatt helps set up auctions, preps equipment, loads and unloads machinery and helps in our shipping department. Fun fact about Wyatt - He purchased his first tractor at age 8 with his own money he made working. See below for a video of Wyatt auctioning when he was 10 years old.
Amelia is in 4th grade at Symons Elementary School in Milan. She is a member of the Raisinville Wranglers 4H Club and is a cheerleader. Amelia is just becoming interested in working in the business. She helps us organize invoices, helps in the shipping department and brings the comedic relief to us when working. Fun fact about Amelia - She can run barefoot on gravel faster than any of us can in shoes.