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4 Broadcaster Press March 24, 2015 www.broadcasteronline.com • Spring Farm Machinery Consignment • No Longer an 'Eagle's' Nest, VTC Takes Flight EQUIPMENT - BOATS - GUNS - SKID LOADER ACCESSORIES Wednesday, April 1st 10:00 a.m. Located: Girard Auction Facilities, Wakonda, SD 2 rings will be used - bring a friend The following equipment is from the George Steever Estate of Lennox: AC XT190 D S#1902648, Y-R cab, shows 6430 hrs, w/ Westendorf WL42 loader; bale fork & bale spear for Westendorf sold separate; JD 3020 gas S#82391, nf, 3pt, rock box; 1952 JD A, older restoration; 1936 MM JT, older restoration, new rear tires, S#555778; AC 2300 21’ tandem; IH 15’ PT F. Cult w/ harrow; JD F145 5B plow; IH 2pt 4B plow; NuBilt 250 Gravity w/ 10T gear; JD 3pt sickle mower; IH 4R cult; JD 2R rotary mower; IH 1B plow for B; JD 2R cult for MT; Comfort cover for 3020; Westendorf loader mnts for 3020 w/ 3 way valve; Sunshade calf puller; 1989 GMC 3/4T pickup, 4x4; NEW SKIDLOADER ATTACHMENTS: (2) Lowes 750 hyd auger 9 & 12” bits; 48” walk thru pallet forks; Stout 66”, 72” & 84” brush grapples; brush grapple HD 72-4 close tine; (2) rock buckets w grapple—72”; 84” material bucket w dbl cut edge; 72” rock bucket; stump bucket; tree & post puller; receiver hitch; skid plates; (2) 48” solid back pallet forks; bale spear; 4 – 12-16.5 4 runner skid steer tires 12 ply – new; COMBINE – HEAD: Late model JD 6620 Titan II hydro, HD rear axle, long fin chopper, 14.9 tires & 24.5x32 tires, good rubber, new sieves 1 yr ago, new belts, cyl bands, feeder house chain, 2 sp cyl– excellent; JD 643 cornhead; PLANTERS – DRILLS: C-IH 5400 soybean special 20ft, 15” rows, monitor, Yetter cart; 2 – White 5400 12r30 planters (one centerfold / one vertical fold); IH 800 6r30; JD 7100 8r30 w/ Kinze bean meters; JD 7000 8rw, H&I, 3bu boxes w Weatherall transport; IH 800 12r30 mntd w 900 updates; 12ft MM 3pt drill w grass attach; JD 7200 8rw w trash whippers; IH 800 12r30; 12 yetter row cleaners; EQUIPMENT: 2012 JD 568 rd baler – mega wide, big tires, net wrap, moisture tester, hyd pickup, 4100 bales; C-IH 8575 big square w C-IH 8576 accumulator w 100gal liquid applicator; 2009 3315 Hesston – MF disc mower conditionernice; 2009 Hesston Agco 556 rd baler, 6200 bales, net & twine wrap, new head in 2013; C-IH 8480 rd baler; JD 3pt hyd blade-like new 9ft; late model; Miller Pro 10wheel V-rake-like new; JD 510 rd baler – wide outer belts-good; Vermeer 605D rd baler; IH #46 sm sq baler; 2 – Hesston 1014 hydro swings; IH 485 21ft tandem, hyd wings, excellent blades; 256 White 20ft tandem; JD 235 tandem 28ft; White 271 rock flex, 25ft; IH 4500 20ft 3pt f cult w harrow; JD #450 m spreader, hydra push; Feteral 7”x46’ auger – good; Dual 320 loader w 4020 mnts; 2 flatbeds; 1600 gal tank w trlr & pump; 200bu gravity wagon w 8T gear; C-IH 183 6r cult; Woods 3pt offset rotary mower; Schuller 175 feed wagon w 3yr old digital scale; Feteral grain cleaner; 3pt 10ft disc; Danhauser 3pt post hole digger; several sickle mowers; yr round cab for 966 w ac; barge box wagon; sprayers; 2000 Top Air w 60ft booms, pto pump, Raven 440 monitor; Hardy 1000 gal w 60’ booms; 500 gal w 60’ booms; 250bu gravity wagon, Brady 5x12 feeder wagon; 8 1/2ft Wildcat snowblower; 6 x 32 hyd truck auger; 8x55 hyd Feteral auger; Herd 3pt seeder; 8ft spring tooth; running gears; 5ft gyromower; Tyler 10T fert tender truck box; Mayrath 10”x60’ Auger w/ Swing Hopper; 150gal Sprayer w/ 45’ Booms, PT, tandem w/ 5hp engine & pump; Rhoorda 200 M. Spreader; Westendorf 3pt Pallet Fork; Sudenga Hyd Brush Auger, Sudenga Hyd Truck Hopper; 300gal Sprayer w/ roller pump; JD #5 Sickle Moer; JD 450 Sickle Mower; IH #15 Rake; 250bu 5th wheel Seed Tender w/ Seed vac, roll tarp; Westfield 10”x72’ Auger w/ Swing hopper; NH BR780 Balernice; ’03 Shaven Sprayer 8550, 80’ booms, 1500gal, 46” rubber; White 271 Rock Flex 25’ Disc; IH 800 12r30 Planter; JD 400 Grinder Mixer; IH 430 Sq Baler; TRACTORS-SKIDLOADERS: Oliver 1650 gas, wf, 2 hyd, 3pt, good cond; IH Super C- rebuilt starter, nf, good rubber, runs good; IH 706 gas, 2pt, motor stuck; Case 2390 power shift, w Case loader & duals; M Farmall-live hyd, new radiator; M Farmall w loader; Super M; Bobcat 630, gas; Mustang #312 skidloader, Honda engine, 44” bucket; Ford 801 w/ 3pt Blade; JD 4010 D wf—looses water; JD 148 Loader w/ Grapple; Bobcat 742B w/ bucket, Soft Cab & Heater; BOATS – POLARIS RANGER— (Guns & Sporting Goods sold at 11AM): ‘06 Lund 1660 Classic SS w/ Merc 60EFI 4stroke, loaded, low hrs--1 owner – super sharp; ‘01 Bass Tracker 175 Pro, 18’, w Merc 175 Jet, TKMC trlr; ‘07 Polaris 6x6 Ranger, 100gal slide in UTV sprayer w/ boomless nozzles; 16ft boat trlr; Guns (Sell at 11): Winchester M1-Grand original w/ tools; Colt AR15 .223 PreBan, scope, 2 clips, scope; AK-47 Egyptian 7.6x39 w Red Dot scope; (2) Win Mdl 94 30-30’s; Win Centennial ’66 30-30 Commemorative NIB; Win #36 9mm Shotgun; Rem Green Nylon 77 Apache w/ Box; Win 250 .22 Lever w/ Scope; Colt 1911 .22 Auto NIB; Ruger 10-22; Stevens Tip-up .22 SS w/ heavy Oct bbl; Herter’s .22 SA Revolver; JC Hig #31 .22 auto; Ward .22 Bolt; Win 1906 for parts; .22 call SB/SC Pistol NIB; Mossberg .22 LP Synthetic NIB; C-to-C .22 auto; H&R 20ga SS; several SS .22’s; Remington 870mag, nice; Savage Mdl 99 243 lever; Winchester 190 22 auto; (2) new pop up hunting blinds; Clay County Surplus: 21 – 11R 22.5, 4 – 11R 24.5, 2 – 12R 22.5, 3 – 10.00R 20, 1 – 7.50 20, 4 – P255/70R 17, 2 – 215/85R 16, 1 – 7.50 16, 3 – 7.50 15, 1 – 8.25 20, 1 – Industrial type garage door opener (works), 1 – Yard Light, 3 – Metal Desks, 1 – Wooden Desk, 1 – Cu Palo or Vent?? Oliver PT sickle mower; IH belly COLLECTIBLE EQUIPMENT: mower; JD 48 loader, 2cyl mnts; JD 290 planter; 3 – JD 2B plows; hand sheller; grill for M; fenders for 8N; Dempster 2 row planter; VEHICLES & TRAILERS: 1987 KW K100 13sp, 350 Cum, 246K, good rubber; ‘82 GMC 7000 w 20’ steel box, 366, 5/2spd, 82K miles; 1980 Chev step van, V8, at, new brakes, 7x14 alum body, runs good; 1979 Ford F700 16ft flatbed & hoist; 1987 Ford F150 4x4, at, ac, 172K; 1988 Chev 1/2T 4x4, long box; 7x16 cargo trlr, swing doors; 16 ft Chief gooseneck trlr, new floor 3yr ago, good rubber, good cond; ’12 H&X 15x5 Enclosed Trailer, V-nose, 7K lb tandem, ramp, same as new; ‘11 Road King 7x12 lawn mower trlr; 2000 5x10 enclosed trlr; 1973 GMC truck w tag & 1500 gal water tank; 20ft 3axel flatbed gooseneck; 1989 Ford F250 7.3diesel, new pump, injectors, brakes, batteries; ’04 Pont. Grand Prix GTP , 99K, Leather, Sunroof, 3800 eng.; 1970 Chevy C50 Truck 16’ Box & Hoist 5 sp. LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT & TREES: JD F525 48” deck w bagger – good; Buhler Farm King 72” grooming mower; Yardman 12.5 hp 6sp, 1 yr old; JD JS83 push mower w bagger; 2011 Scag commercial 61” 2 sp hydro, nice; Snapper 16hp 42” deck; JD 72” deck for 850; Toro HMR riding mower; Cub Cadet 42” deck; Snapper rider; Craftsman lawn sweeper; Boomgaars yard cart; MTD rota tiller; Stihl 018C chain saw; Echo string trimmer; snow blower for Craftsman; TREES SELL AT 1PM - 25 Blue Spruce, 25 Black Hills Spruce, all 24 – 30”; LIVESTOCK: 550 ft of guard rail; truck load of new gates & corral panels; sev used gates; 4 1/2T bulk bin; cattle panels; waterers; posts; tanks; MISC: rebuilt dual PTO for 1586; 560gal fuel tank w pump; 2hp elec power washer; 5hp vertical air compressor; Hobart port welder w/ IH 4cyc engine; misc hand tools; battery charger; bench grinder; port air compressor; JD jack; pipe wrenches; bolt cutters; log chains; tractor umbrella; pickup fuel tanks; 7 16ft lean to rafters; Hereford saddle; 15 telephone poles; 10x10 fiberglass garage door; 8x12 combination walk in cooler/freezer; transit & tripod drill press; Brock 18” bin fan-new; 15 sheets of misc tin; 100gal Pickup Fuel Tank w/ 12v Pump; 200gal Saddle tanks; 18x34 Clamp on duals; From the Virgil Schmidt Estate, Wakonda: ’90 Ford F-140 4x4 XLT Pickup; JD 180 Riding Mower; JD X324 4-wheel Steer Mower; MTD 8-26 Snowblower; 2500watt Generator; Husqvarna Chain Saw; Bale Twine 6500 7-boxes; 18.438 Hub Mount Duals; Hog & Cattle panels; Fence Posts; JD Wheel Weights; JD Rock Box; Log Splitter; Tub Steel Gates; New Woven Wire; 2-Cream Sep Stands; 3pt hitch Bar; Copper Clad Kitchen Range; Tandem Axle Trailer w/ Sides; 2-wheel Water Trailer; Manure Spreader; Jet Wire Winder; Dura-Craft Table Saw; Craftsman Scroll Saw; 20’ Alum Ext Ladder; New Dremmel Tool; new DeWalt Cordless Drill Set; ¾” Socket Set; many more tools; Guns: Win Mdl 12 12ga—nice, Marlin Mdl 783 Win Mag Bolt; Ithaca Model 37-R 12ga Pump; Savage Mdl 340 30-30 bolt; Mossberg .22 auto; Pump Pellet Gun; TIRES: 2 – 18.4 -42 Firestone; 10.00 x 20 tires & rims; 17.5 x24,23.1 x 26,24.5 tires Terms: Cash, Good Check, Visa, MasterCard. SD sales tax applies. Lunch by Wakonda Legion. Note: This will be a large auction with 2-rings running some of the day. No more consignments excepted. Unloading starts Monday March 23rd. Must be here by 12-noon on March 31st. No consignments auction day. See website for updates & photos. No Internet bidding. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Marv Girard, BA #12399; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker #10183; Mike Girard, CAI, BA #13549; Mike Manning, BA #11605 This building, located at 1012 Princeton Street in Vermillion, was originally set to be the home of Eagle Creek Software Services Inc. Alas, things changed and it is now known as the Vermillion Technology Center. ALAN DALE / THE PLAIN TALK By Alan Dale The Plain Talk What has been called the Vermillion Technology Center (VTC) since the last mortar was laid and last brick placed, is about to become something if not soar like an eagle. Originally designed to fit the needs to the software company – Eagle Creek Software Services – the VTC, which is built and owned by the Vermillion Area Chamber & Development Company (VCDC), appears to be moving forward toward being a used facility sooner than later. According to Nate Welch, executive director of the VCDC, the building, located at 1012 Princeton Street, should have a future if all goes as planned as a lawsuit between his organization and Eagle Creek remains ongoing. “The Vermillion Technology Center was designed to meet the specific needs of Eagle Creek, but like other office spaces, can be used for similar commercial office purposes and can be outfitted to meet the needs of other potential tenants,” Welch said. “It is a beautiful office building with great amenities and we look forward to utilizing it as a prize tool to help the economic development in Vermillion.” The change in direction was precipitated when Eagle Creek did not move in to the facility as contracted between the company and the VCDC. This led to the VCDC filing a lawsuit last fall aiming to recoup $153,640.45 in past rent and other expenses, excluding August rent for the property, which the Eagle Creek did pay according to the county paperwork. “There's always a natural bitter sweet feeling when you have to stop and pivot to a plan,” Welch said. “This building was built with a specific purpose, but just because that plan may have unfortunately changed, this building still provides great opportunity for growth, development and strong businesses to come to Vermillion.” Welch could not comment on if this officially signifies the end of a relationship between the VCDC and Eagle Creek due to the nature of the ongoing lawsuit. The building has rooms named in recognition of the Vermillion area. Welch says that they have the, Lewis Wing, the Clark Wing, the Coyote Conference Room and the Missouri Commons room. “The VTC was finished on time, under budget and is complete,” Welch said. “It’s move in ready. Bring a desk, a chair and you're ready to get in it. We're going to make sure and let people know that, too.” The VTC played host to its first major event on Tuesday when the VCDC held its annual banquet. Governor Dennis Daugaard spoke at the banquet which 240 people attended. Sioux Emperians to Perform for Senior Companion Program The Sioux Emperians will perform at a benefit concert for the Senior Companion Program on Sunday, April 12. The Sioux Emperians have been bringing the sounds of barbershop harmony a capella singing to the Sioux Falls area for over half a century! As part of the largest male a capella singing organization in the world, the Sioux Emperians practice a uniquely American art form distinguished by tight vocal harmonies and unaccompanied singing. Entertainment is sponsored by Miller Funeral Home. Financial support will be provided by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. Benefit sponsors are Midco Connections and Midcontinent Communications. The benefit concert will Gayville Acreage at Wednesday, April 8th • 5:30 pm Located: 1/2-mile South of Ma & Pa’s C-Store, Gayville, SD. 31147 451st Ave OPEN HOUSE: Wednesday, March 25th 6-7 This ranch style home was built in 1982 and sits on 2.3 acres. Main floor shows 1,040 sq ft with a layout of 2 bedrooms w/closets & fully carpeted; large living room; kitchen complete with electric range, refrigerator, built in dishwasher and microwave; full bath and a utility room complete with Whirlpool washer, Maytag dryer and lots of storage room. There is a full basement with kitchen area, large family room, den, and bath with shower. This home has a natural gas Trane furnace, central air conditioning (new in 2008), AO Smith natural gas water heater.The home is hooked to B-Y Rural Water and also has an Ecco water system. There is an attached 2-car 24x26 garage with openers, all insulated. Home has a large 16’ x 27’ deck. Vinyl siding and asphalt shingles. New drain field in 2011.Also there is a 30x48 steel pole building that is insulated & has concrete floor. This includes a lean to with overhead door and dog kennel. The shed is connected to the home with a 15x30 concrete patio. LEGAL: Replat LT4 NW1/4 SW1/4 and SW1/4 NW1/4 in Sec 1393-54, Yankton County, SD. 2014 taxes are $1,307.02. 2.31 acres TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment due day of auction with balance due on May 8, 2015. Taxes are prorated to day of closing. Possession on closing. Title insurance and closing costs will be split 50/50 between buyer and seller. Yankton Title Co is the closing agent. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the seller. Note: This is a very nice acreage with a great location, sitting on a county hard surfaced road, just 1/2 mile off US Highway 50. Just minutes from Yankton or Vermillion and one mile from the Gayville-Volin School. There is plenty of room for pets and gardens along with a good windbreak. This home is ready to move into. Make your plans to attend one of the open houses. See web for Personal Property auction listing. KENNETH & MARLENE HANSON, OWNERS Marv Girard, BA #12399; GIRARD AUCTION & LAND BROKERS, INC. Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker #10183; Mike Girard, CAI, BA #13549; (605) 267-2421 Mike Manning, BA #11605 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com be at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 12, in the Jerstad Center on The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan National Campus, 4800 West 57th Street, in Sioux Falls. All benefits will go to support the Senior Companion Program, a nonprofit organization that matches senior volunteers with seniors who need help. Senior Companions provide assistance with daily activities, transportation and friendship with a goal of helping their clients remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible. The cost for the concert is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, and $2 for children ages 4-12. Children 3 and under are free. Refreshments and a raffle drawing featuring a handmade quilt will also be part of the afternoon. Concert tickets are available at the door. Arrrrrre you advertising in the Broadcaster? Watch the “treasure” pile up when you advertise in the 201 W Cherry Vermillion, SD Phone: (605) 624-4429 Fax: (605) 624-2696
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