Auction Closes at 2:15 pm Central Time. Bidding will continue on both tracts until there are no bids for 3 minutes on each tract. This auction carries a 3 minute auto extention.
Tract 1: Tract 1 features a beautiful all brick home that was built new in 2000. It has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. It has a full basement and attached 3 car garage. The garage has a large cemented approach and faces to the south so the sun keeps it melted and open. There is a vinyl fence that encloses a large back yard. This house is a must see.
There is an all steel Chief building that measures 60 ft. x 100 ft. It has three distinct sections. Section 1 is on the west end of the building. It features a heated shop (radiant L.P. gas hanging heater) with two overhead doors that make it a drive through shop. Section 2 is a tack/wash room that leads to a 2 story full living quarters with a kitchen, bathroom, office, and living room. It is air conditioned and heated and has windows that look out to section 3 which is an open calving area currently being used to calf out heifers. There is a dirt floor here that makes it ideal to house calving livestock.
The entire building is electrically wired. There are overhead doors and walkout doors throughout. It is set up great for your new ranching headquarters!
There is a submersible well that provides water for the home and building site. Other amenities on Tract 1 are as follows: There is a rainwater pond that gets fresh rain water from the house and from the Johnson continuous flow water tanks. This pond is a beautiful wildlife area. 2 grain bins sell with the ranch. The larger is a 5,000 bushel bin. There are (3) Johnson continuous flow waterers that provide water to subdivided pens.
Two calving sheds. Three fence line bunks along with a lot of personal property you may want to purchase and keep on the headquarters. These items will be sold on auction after the real estate sells.
There are windbreaks. The property features an alley way that leads straight to the arena.
The pasture land that sells along with Tract 1 is all native grass. There are water tanks throughout. Some of the waterers on the south and east side of tract 1 receive water from a submersible well located on tract 2. The new owners of Tract 2 will not be required to keep water flowing to the tanks on tract 1. Should you desire to continue using the tanks on the south and east side of your property you will have to either make arrangement with the buyer of tract 2 to rent his water or run pipe from your submersible well on tract 1 to some of your back tanks. It is the broker’s opinion that there are enough water sources currently on the property that you can run cattle on this half section of grass now using the current submersible well and tanks without added expense. (It may not be necessary to have water on the south and east ends of tract 1).
Tract 1 has approximately 40 acres of gravity irrigated cropland that lies on both sides of the driveway. Water is provided by a 6 inch pump and gearhead powered by a six cylinder Ford propane gas engine. The propane tank near the well is leased. The 6 inch gated pipe, motor and well will all sell with the property.
The pasture is crossed fenced into 80 acre tracts. Much of the cross fencing is new. There are two and three gates located in the cross fencing for ease of moving the herd. Some of the perimeter fence is new. There is over 1800 Feet of Continuous Corral Fencing.
Make plans to add this Ranch Headquarters to your portfolio.
Tract 2: Tract 2 features all native grass that is cross fenced into 80 acre tracts. Much of the cross fencing is new and has two gates for ease of moving the herd. Some of the perimeter fence is new 5 wire fence. There are very few trees. The pasture has been well cared for. There is a “honey hole” of deer that live in the southeast corner of the property. Many a trophy deer have been shot on or near this pocket of trees. There is a submersible well close to the road that provides water to all of the tanks located on tract 2 and throughout the 80 acre tracts. The tanks have floats and shut offs for easy winterizing.
This water is also piped underground to the adjacent tract 1. The new owner of tract 2 will be responsible for and pay the expense of digging up the line and plugging it off so that the water does not run to tract 2. The buyer of Tract 2 will not be required to continue to provide water to tract 1.
This Ranch headquarters is just what you have been looking for. Make plans to purchase both tracts one and two and put together a section of grass with the home and facilities to make it a great working ranch.
The current owner has run as many as 120 head of cow/calves year round. It would make the perfect 100 cow operation. If it has been your dream of moving out west to live the good life……this is the ranch headquarters that you have been waiting for.
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