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10 Broadcaster Press November 7, 2017 www.broadcasteronline.com Broadcasteronline.c om Helping Your Farm Or Ranch And Community 3x1 Auctionsteronline. Broadcas Land & Property • Antiques • Consignments • Farm • Auto & more... Upcoming Auctions 4x1 Schmidt’s Landing Resort On Beautiful Big Stone Lake Friday, December 1st at 10:00 AM Just 2 Hours North of Sioux Falls! OPEN HOUSE: Wednesday, Nov. 15th & Saturday, Nov. 18th – Noon–3PM Both Days Located on the South Dakota & Minnesota Border, near Big Stone City! 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath Home, 14 Fully Furnished Rental Suites, Several Camper Sites, C-Store, Docks, Boat Ramp, Playground, Boats & Much More! Completely Turn-Key Business! BROOKINGS, S.D. - When farmers and ranchers see the census in their mailbox this year, SDSU Extension urges them to take the time to fill it out. "Through the Census of Agriculture, producers can show the nation the value and importance of agriculture. They can help influence the decisions that will shape the future of American agriculture for years to come," said Ruth Beck, SDSU Extension Agronomy Field Specialist of the confidential data collected only once every five years. "By responding to the Census of Agriculture, producers are helping themselves, their communities and all of U.S. agriculture." Beck explained that the Census of Agriculture provides the only source of uniform, comprehensive and impartial agricultural data for every county in the nation. Results show developing trends as well as needs throughout agriculture. "The information collected is used by many, including farmers, ranchers, industry, research and the government," she said. "The information is very useful and can be used to advocate for agriculture and shape government policy," Beck added. The response deadline is February 5, 2018. All responses are secure and confidential as required by law. To make the process even easier, this year the census has an improved online questionnaire. The Census of Agriculture, taken only once every five years, looks at land use and ownership, operator characteristics, production practices, income and expenditures. "For America's farmers and ranchers, the Census of Agriculture is their voice, their future and their opportunity," Beck said. com Arrrrrre you advertising in the Broadcaster? Watch the “treasure” pile up when See More Details & Several Photos at www.GirardAuction.com Or call Toll Free at 866-531-6186 you Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Marv Girard, BA; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker; Mike Girard, CAI, BA; Scott Moore, BA advertise in the Upcoming Public auction of 354.57+/-Acres of Farmland and 5.43 Acre 81,700 bu. Bin Site –To Be Sold in 3 Separate Tracts 201 W Cherry Vermillion, SD Located in Plymouth County, IA—Westfield Township Phone: (605) 624-4429 Fax: (605) 624-2696 ***Tract 1-141 Acres, Tract 2—213.57 Acres and Tract 3-5.43 Bin site*** November 30, 2017----10:30 A.M. “Your Farmland Specialist’s” zomerauctions.com Location: Land will be sold at site of Tract 1. Farms are located from the intersection of HWY 3 and 200th St. North of Westfield, Iowa go 1 ¼ mile East on 200th St. -AUCTION SIGNS WILL BE POSTED!!! Auctioneers Note: We are honored to have been asked to conduct this auction for the Reid & Collette Bird family as they are pursuing opportunities closer to the base of their farming operation. This auction includes some excellent Plymouth County, Iowa farmland. Make plans today to attend!! This land offers an unbelievable opportunity to purchase land in this area to add to your current operation!!! Parcels of this nature are extremely hard to find!! Reid & Collette Bird ----owner Legal Description of Tract 1: Legal Description to be determined by survey selling will be the land located south of the creek in the S1/2 of the SE1/4 and a fraction in the Sw1/4 of Section 24, Twp 92N, Range 49W of the 5th P.M., Plymouth County, IA. -- subject to public roads and any and all easements of record. Sold based on surveyed acres and will be surveyed to center of creek. General Description: Tract 1: This is an excellent Plymouth County, IA Farm - This property will consist of approx. 141+/- gross acres to be surveyed. According to Plymouth County FSA, this tract has currently 132.47 tillable acres. The balance of this farm consists of road, ditch and creek. The predominant soil types include: 1D3, 1C3, 1E3,-Ida, 10D2-Monona, 18B-McPaul Kennebec, 310C2, 310B-Galva, 70-McPaul. This farm has an average CSR2 of 56.6 and average CSR1 of 49.8. This farm is classified as HEL and has a conservation plan in effect. According to Plymouth County FSA this farm has an estimated corn base of 124 acres and direct and plc yield of 139 bu. (Currently combined with adjoining land FSA will do a Recon after Auction.) This farm appears to be well managed and in a good state of productivity. The farm had lime applied 2 yrs ago. This Plymouth County farm would make an excellent addition to your current operation or investment portfolio. This is a very high producing farm!! Legal Description of Tract 2: Legal Description to be determined by survey selling will be the land located north of the creek in the N1/2 of the SE1/4 and a fraction in the NW1/4 of Section 24, Twp 92N, Range 49W of the 5th P.M., Plymouth County, IA. -- subject to public roads and any and all easements of record. Sold based on surveyed acres and will be surveyed to center of creek. General Description of Tract 2: This is an excellent Plymouth County, IA Farm- This property consists of 213.57+/- gross acres to be surveyed. According to Plymouth County FSA, this tract has currently 204.64 tillable acres. The balance of this farm consists of road and ditch and creek. The predominant soil types include: 1D3, 1C3- Ida, 310B, 310C2, 310D2-Galva, 18B-McPaul, Kennebec, 19B-Kennebec, McPaul, 33F3-Steinauer and 70-McPaul. This farm has an average CSR2 of 57.9 and average CSR1 of 47.9. This farm is classified as HEL and has a conservation plan in effect. According to Plymouth County FSA this farm has a corn base of 202.1 acres and direct and plc yield of 139 bu.. (Currently combined with adjoining land FSA will do a Recon after auction.) This farm appears to be well managed and in a good state of productivity. The farm had lime applied 2 yrs ago. This Plymouth County farm would make an excellent addition to your current operation or investment portfolio. Make plans to attend!!!! This is a very high producing farm!! Legal Description of Tract 3: Approx. 5.43 acre bin site to be surveyed located in the NW1/4 of the SW1/4 of Section 24, Twp 92N, Range 49W of the 5th P.M., Plymouth County, IA. --subject to public roads and any and all easements of record. Sold based on final survey. General Description of Tract 3: This Approx 5.43 acre to be surveyed, bin site consists of a 38,700 bushel bin- built in 2011 which includes 2 large aeration fans and a power sweep auger, a 24,000 bushel bin with new out auger, new concrete, new fan and new drying floor and a 9500 bushel bin with new concrete, new drying floor and new out auger in 2010, and an older 9500 bushel bin. There is a total storage capacity of 81,700 bushels of grain on this site. There is also a 36’x64’ building with concrete floor on the property. There is no Rural water or well on this property. The building site is provided with NW REC electric. Legal access easement to the bin site will be acquired prior to closing day. Open House: Open house will be held on November 13 from 10:00 to 12:00 P.M. or by appointment by contacting one of the agents listed below. Method of sale: Offered at Public Auction will be Tract 1-141 acres, then Tract 2-213.57 acres. Tracts 1 and 2 will be sold with bid price x per acre. Then Tract 3-5.43 acre bin site will be sold in total dollars. Tracts will not be combined. If one buyer purchases all 3 Tracts the property will not be surveyed and will be sold based on acres stated. Real Estate Taxes: The current Real Estate Taxes according to the Plymouth County Treasurer are $6,978.00 per year combined on tracts 1, 2 and 3. Seller will pay the 2017 RE taxes payable in 2018 and they will be pro-rated per acre and based on improvements. Possession: Possession o f the farmland will be closing day January 9, 2018. Closing on the bin site will be on January 9, 2018 and possession will be granted on August 1, 2018. Seller will be allowed to store sellers grain until August 1, 2018. Seller will pay electric until August 1, 2018. TERMS: If all three tracts are sold to one buyer –buyer will be provided with one abstract. If farms are sold to separate buyers, buyers will be provided with separate abstracts. Purchaser(s) will be required to pay a nonrefundable 15% of the purchase price as earnest money deposit on the farmland and also agree to enter into a purchase agreement with the remaining balance due and payable on closing day on or before January 9, 2018 when the buyer shall receive a clear and merchantable title to the property. This farm is being sold as is as a cash sale with no finance contingencies and as is with any/all defects. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information herein, all prospective buyers are encouraged to inspect the property and verify all data provided. No warranties are expressed or implied. Any announcements made day of the auction will supersede any advertisements. Aerial maps, soil maps and auction booklets are available upon request. This land is being sold subject to the confirmation of the sellers. Auctioneers and Real Estate brokers are representing the sellers. If any additional information is requested, please contact the agents listed. Matt Trotzig—sellers attorney – Auctioneers and Brokers: Mark Zomer-712-470-2526----Darrell Vande Vegte-712-726-3428 Gary Van Den Berg-Sales-712-470-2068—Blake Zomer-712-460-2552 Joel Westra—605-310-6941---Joel Westra Jr.—605-957-5222 Pete Atkins-605-351-9847--- Upcoming Public Auction –155.13 Acres Of Clay County, SD Farmland—Pleasant Valley Township Located North of Vermillion, SD November 29, 2017----10:30 A.M. “Your Farmland Specialist’s”--zomerauctions.com Location: from the Intersection of Hwy 50 and Hwy 19 in Vermillion, SD go North 10 ½ miles on Hwy 19/462nd Ave. Land is located on East side of Hwy 19-AUCTION SIGNS WILL BE POSTED!!! Auctioneers Note: We are honored to have been asked to conduct this auction of the Hesla family land which has been in the Hesla family for decades. This auction provides opportunity to purchase excellent High Quality Clay County, South Dakota farmland only minutes from Vermilion SD with great highway access. Make plans today to attend!! This land auction offers an unbelievable opportunity to purchase land in this area to add to your current operation!!! Ruth Arleen Hesla Estate ----owner 155.13 Acres Acres of Farmland Legal Description: The NW ¼ of Section 26, Twp 94N, Range 52W of the 5th P.M., Clay County, South Dakota, EXCEPT Hesla Tract 1 and Lot H2 -subject to public roads and any and all easements of record. General Description: This is an excellent Clay County, SD Farm-Locally this is known and is notably one of the Higher producing Quality Farms!! The soil has very high productivity ratings. Agri Surety Data has a soil productivity rating on this farm of 86.1. This property consists of 155.13+/- gross acres according to Clay County Assessor. According to Clay County FSA, this tract has currently 132.48 acres currently under tillage. The balance of this farm consists of CRP land and road and ditch. This farm has great access with Hwy 19 on the West side. The predominant soil types include: EbAEgan Clarno Chancellor, DkA-Davison-Tetonka-Egan, EpD-Ethan-Bon and EhA-Egan Trent. This farm has an average county soil rating of .750. This farm is classified as non-HEL and is in the Arc County Program. According to Clay County FSA this farm has a corn base of 67.52 acres and direct and plc yield of 118 bu. and a soybean base of 67.52 acres and a direct and plc yield of 32 bu. There has not been a certified wetland determination done on this property. This farm appears to be well managed and in a good state of productivity. This farm has 17.9 acres in CRP---5.70 acres with contract period ending in 9-30-2021 with an annual payment of 634.00, 10.39 acres with contract period ending in 9-30-2020 with an annual payment of $1,401.00 and 1.81 acres with contract ending on 9-10-17 with an annual payment of $214.00. This Clay County farm would make an excellent high production addition to your current operation or investment portfolio. Make plans to attend!!!! Method of sale: Bid Price x 155.13 acres. Real Estate Taxes: The current Real Estate Taxes according to the Clay County Treasurer are $5,292.84 per year. Seller will pay the 2017 RE taxes payable in 2018. Possession: Possession will be March 1, 2018. TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with executed purchase agreement, with the balance due at closing on or before February 15, 2018. Owners Title insurance and closing fee split 50/50 between buyer and seller. 2017 taxes due in 2018 paid by the seller. 2018 taxes due in 2019 to be paid by the buyer. Clay County Title will act as Escrow and Closing agent. The acres in this property are based on County taxable acres and property will be sold based on County taxable acres. The sellers do not warranty or guarantee that the existing fences lie on the true and correct boundary and new fencing, if any, will be the responsibility of the purchaser pursuant to SD statutes. The property is sold in as is condition and as a cash sale with no financing contingency. Sold subject to existing easements, restrictions, reservations, or highway of record, if any. Information is deemed to be correct but it is not guaranteed. All prospective buyers are encouraged to inspect the property and verify all data provided. Statements made the day of sale take precedence over all written advertising. Real Estate licensees are agents for the seller. Sold subject to confirmation of sellers---Maureen McGill Hoogeveen—sellers attorney –James Peter Hesla-Personal representative Auctioneers and Brokers: Mark Zomer-712-470-2526----Darrell Vande Vegte-712-726-3428 Blake Zomer-712-460-2552--Joel Westra—605-310-6941---Joel Westra Jr.—605-957-5222 Pete Atkins-605-351-9847---Marvin Girard-605-267-2421
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