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8 Broadcaster Press April 3, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com AUCTIONS POSTPONEMENT DATE STABE CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Sunday, April 8th @ 9:30 A.M. 6 mi. E of Hinton, IA on C-60 We will be taking new consignments up to sale day! Sales average over 1,500 buyers. Tractors,Combines,Trucks,Trailers,Farm&Atq. Equip, Lawn & Garden,Livestock equip,Tools,Hay&Straw-Etc. We welcome Individual, Estates, Farm Reductions, Dealers, Etc. NO HOUSEHOLD ACCEPTED We have over 20 acres for equipment & parking!! Fast loadout sale day!! Email: auction@frontiernet.net Ph. or Text: Stabe Auction Co.712-540-9640 www.stabeauctionandrealty.com 3rd Annual Maskell Consignment Auction Saturday, April 14, 2018 10:00am Maskell, NE Location: Maskell Ball Diamond, North End of Town Lunch on Grounds Tractors: JD 4640 1980 Model 8875 Hours ,1 owner hours, QR 3 Hydraulics, Near new 18.4.38 radials, always shedded, owner retiring, JD 4020 1968, clutch engine overhauled, Belarus 572 rough, runs, Kubota 4x4 w/ loader 35hp. Machinery: JD 7200 Planter, Front Fold, Maxi Merge 2, 12 row 30, flex frame, recent overhaul, completely gone through, field ready, duorate, Knight Mixer Wagon 375 with scale, Henke Mixer Wagon, Gehl 325 Manure Spreader, Feterl Auger 8 x 62, Schaben 1100 gal sprayer, 60’ boom t-jet and monitor, 5 Creep Feeders, Tire Feed Bunks, Round Bale Feeders, 10,000 KW Generator, PTO drive, Head transport on Kilsbro running gear, JD Stalk Shredder, Gnuse 3pt rear scoop, 9’ w/bale spear, Bale spear for Koyker, 3pt bale mover, Several 3 bottom pull type plows, Buffalo 630 cultivator, IH 1420 combine, Ford Dearborn 3pt 6’ blade, JD 38 mower 7’ bar, JD Model 200 Elevator, 22’, Bobcat model 610 for parts, bad motor, new tires & starter, New Holland 1002 bale wagon, 56 bales, 2-trailers a 6x8 & 5x8, 2-150 bu Gravity Flow Wagons, Travalong 7’x16’ Horse Trailer, No title, IH 56 Series Fenders, JD 10’ Gyro Mower, Hyd Cylinder, Nice, New Holland 660 Round Baler, Maintainer 8T Cat 12-pony start, SN 15916 Village of Obert owned. Trees: To sell at 12:00 noon, 30 Blue Spruce, 20 Blackhills Spruce, Purple Lilacs, Birch Trees. Miscellaneous: 40-6 bar continuous panels, Several gates 8’ to 16’, Four sections of scaffolding, 6x12 Bumper Hitch Trailer, redone, Dixon zero turn mower, 8 Ball field lights, Massey Ferguson 12 lawn mower w/blade, tiller, shredder & deck, Bull Fence 100 feet, ATV sprayer, MTD Chipper, like new, 24 volt trolling motor, Ag Mister Sprayer, Trailer load of tools, Shovels, Sears ¾” Socket Set. Guns-Permit required: Remington 22 rolling block, single shot, Remington field master 22 model 572, Western 12 ga double barrel w/hammers, Stevens 22 semi automatic rifle, HR 22 pistol, trapper model, 7 shot, Barnet cross bow, RG14 22 caliber pistol, Precise 220 starter pistol, 1881 Forehand and Wadsworth black powder, side hammers, Trailer-New Tools. Vehicle: 2001 Ford F150 pickup w/toolboxes. ITEMS NEED TO BE REMOVED IN TWO WEEKS. TERMS of sale are cash or check with proper ID day of sale. Not responsible for accidents, theft or damage to items. All items sold as is, no warranty, written or implied. Announcements made day of sale take precedence over printed material. Konken Huwaldt Auction Service (Auctioneers & Clerks) Kelly Konken 402.841.6575 • Ed Huwaldt 402.337.0784 Todd Book 712.251.4464 • Tony Thelen 402.369.4244 Tractors - Equipment - Collectibles RETIREMENT AUCTION Thursday, April 12, 2018 Located: from Carroll, NE: go 1 mile south on Hwy 57 to 858 Rd, then 1 mile west on 858 Rd, then 1/2 mile south on 566 Ave. OR from Junction of Hwys 98 & 57: go 2 miles north on Hwy 57 to 858 Rd, then 1 mile west on 858 Rd, then 1/2 mile south on 566 Ave. AUCTION Starts @ 10:00 AM TINKER CONCESSIONS AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Make your plans to attend this fine retirement auction for Don Liedeman. Over the years Don has accumulated a nice line of collectible tractors and other items along with some great barn finds. Visit our web site WWW. CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM for may photos and more information. TRACTORS: International 3588 2 + 2, SN 12011, 18.4-38 Tires, 3pt. 4 Hyd., 3,300 hrs. International 1066 SN 17400, 18.4-38 Rear Tires, IH Cab. International Farmall 460 Gas SN 11780, 13.6-38 Rear Tires 2 Pt. & TA. International Farmall 450 SN 22228, 14.9-38 Near New Tires, Adjustable Rims, 3pt, TA is Good. International Farmall 400 SN 13858, 13.6-38 8 Ply Tires, TA. International Farmall 350 Diesel, SN 3810, 13.6-38 Rear Tires & TA. International Farmall 300 SN 14618, 13.6-38 Rear Tires, & TA. International Farmall “B” Tractor 10 x 24 Tires & Fenders. International Farmall “Super M-T-A Diesel” (1954) SN # 68824, 13.6-38 Near New Rear Tires, TA (Rare). JD 630 SN# 6308881, Near New 13.6-38 6 Ply Rear Tires w/3 PT. 1941 Case LA Tractor – for Salvage. TRACTOR ATTACHEMENTS, Several IH Rear Tractor Weights, 18.4-38 Duals w/Hubs. 18.4-38 Tractor Chains, Set of IH Fenders for 56 & 66 Series Tractors, IH Seat Cushions. FARM EQUIPMENT: IHC 490 – 21 ft. Disk w/Hydraulic Wings. IH 6 Row 30” No-Till Cultivator. Gehl 250 Manure Spreader. New Holland 851 Round Baler. New Holland 116 Swinger Windrower. Apachie 20 Foot Hay Feeder. JD 7200 8 RW Planter w/Herb/Insct. New Holland Silage Blower. Dual Loader 3600 w/7 ft. Bucket. Parker 4000 - 500 Bushel Gravity Wagon. (2) Brady 250 Bushel Gravity Wagons. Dakon 2 Wheel Windrow Turner. Landall 12 ft. Chisel. International 12 ft. Drill w/Grass Seed. Bush Hog 14 ft. 3pt. Chisel Plow. 8 ft. by 16 ft. Steel Silage/Grain Wagon on Single Axle Truck Frame. JD 428 – 42 ft. Elevator. Kelly Ryan 4 x 10 Feed Wagon w/ Truck Tires. New Idea 225 Pull Type Corn Picker 2 Row 30”. MF 88 6 x 16 Plow w/Buster Bar. JD Rotary Hoe. IH 400 Planter for Salvage. JD 38 Bar Mower – 7 ft.. Arts-Way 3 pt. – 6 ft. Mower. 3 pt. Post Hole Digger. Central Barge Box & Gear. Stan Hoist 7 x 12 Barge Box w/Westendorf Gear. (2) Barge Wagons w/Gears & Hoists. Heider Auger Wagon. 16 ft. Flatbed Trailer. 3 Pt. Single Row Cultivator. IH 12 ft. Dump Rake. Two Wheeled Pickup Box Trailer. Antique Well Digging Machine w/Ford Engine – for Salvage. OMC Grinder Mixer – for Salvage. Asst. Of Salvage Iron. GOOSENECK TRAILER: 2012 PJ 20 Ft. Gooseneck Flatbed Trailer 7,000# Tandem Axles w/Beaver Tail & Ramps- Double Jacks & Tool Box- In Excellent Condition. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Primitive Single Door Pie Cabinet. Primitive Benches. Metal Lawn Chairs. Table w/Flour Bin. Library Table. Western 25 Gallon “Plant 7” Crock. Saddle. Wood Pullies, Tin Seats, Ammo Boxes, Milk Buckets. Several License Plates, Sistern Pumps. JDD 5 Gallon Oil Can. Redwing 3 gal. Crock, Cream Cans, Coaster Wagons, Steel Stools. Barn Siding & Wood Flooring. Fairbanks 500# Warehouse Scale. DeLaval Cream Separator. Farm Bureau Signs. Porcelain Skelly Gasoline Sign. Several Steel Wheels. Plus, Several More Collectable Barn Finds. MISCELLANEOUS: 25 ft. Arermotor Windmill Tower w. Wheel – to be removed. 8 ft x 16 ft. Wooden Storage Shed w/1” Floor. (2) Sioux Corn Cribs & Small Grain Bin to Be Removed. Schweiss 6025 Riding Lawn Mower 5 ft. Cut – Needs Work. Yardman 8 HP Wood Chipper. Radial Arm Saw. Rockwell Table Saw. 2 Ton Bulk Bin. Chicken Plücker. Miller AC Arc Welder. Ski-doo 340 Snow Mobil. 6 x 6 Post & Other Misc. New Post. Galvanized Tin 8, 12 & 16 ft. Lengths. Very Large Offering of Used Lumber 2 x 4,2x6, 1x12, 4x6, 2x8 & More. Meat Hooks. S-K ¾ Drive Socket Set. 50# Scale Weights. House Jacks. Miscellaneous Hand Tools. Dog House. Pickup Tool Box. Hutch. Entertainment Center. Sofa. Plus, Many More Miscellaneous Items. DONALD LIEDMAN – OWNER For information Call 402-518-0400 Terms of Auction: Cash or bankable check - Not responsible for accidents or theft. For more information and many photos visit our website WWW.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: Creamer Heimes Janssen Auctioneers & Appraisers L.L.C. AUCTIONEERS: Ryan Creamer 402-254-9753 Alton Heimes 402-254-3315 Roger Janssen 402-388-4409 Assisting Auctioneer: Ed Huwaldt Active Duty Military Taking Distance Courses Qualify for Reduced Rate 60-ACRES ALL TILLABLE LAND IN SWAN LAKE TOWNSHIP TURNER COUNTY AT AUCTION As we have purchased other land we will offer the following land at public auction on the land site located from 4-way stop in Viborg, SD go 2-miles east on 291st St. turn north 1 ½ miles on 458th Ave. west side of the road on: WEDNESDAY APRIL 18TH 10:30 A.M. It is our privilege to offer this all tillable tract of land found in the tightly held Swan Lake Township of Turner County. New buyer will receive immediate possession auction day. Come take a look lots of possibilities for new acreage site, or additional acres for the farmer or investor. LEGAL: The North 60-acres of the SE ¼ of Section 25, 97-53 Turner County, South Dakota. • 59.97 acres tillable with the balance found in RROW. Planted to corn in 2017 and fall tillage was completed. • Soil production rating of 75.7. Predominant soils include Egan-Trent (92) and Egan-Ethan (77) Baltic silty loam (37) • Annual Taxes are $1,378.66. Seller will have the south boundary line pinned by a surveyor. New fence if needed will be paid by the buyer pursuant to SD fencing laws. • Aerial & Soil Maps, wetland maps, base & yield info and other pertinent info can be found in the buyers packet. • Property has a 12” non-perforated clay tile located on the west end. TO INSPECT THE PROPERTY: We invite you to inspect the property at your convenience. Buyers packets can be mailed out by calling the auctioneers at 800-251-3111. Drone video footage and a copy of the buyers packet can be viewed at www.wiemanauction.com. TERMS: Cash sale with 15% (non-refundable) down payment auction day with the balance on or before May 23, 2018. Warranty deed to be granted with the cost of title insurance split 50-50 between buyer and seller. Buyer to pay all of the 2018 taxes due in 2019. Possession to be given upon making the non-refundable down payment, and buyer can begin field work. Failure to close as per the purchase agreement, shall result in forfeiture of down payment and crop planted. Please have your financing in order. Remember land auction held on site. SPEARFISH, S.D. – Active duty service members enrolled in distance courses offered by all six public universities in South Dakota will soon qualify for a reduced tuition rate. As approved this week by the South Dakota Board of Regents, the new rate is effective beginning in the summer 2018 term. The new tuition rate is $250 per credit hour, compared to a regular internet course rate of $335. In December, the regents approved a pilot program offered by Dakota State University at Madison for active duty military members taking online courses. The rate was set at $250 per credit hour to equal a federal tuition assistance benefit for service members, which is capped at $250 per credit hour. University officials across the state later recommended setting a consistent statewide tuition rate for active duty military students who take online courses. “Following action on the DSU pilot, finance officers at the six public universities agreed $250 per credit hour is competitive and recommended it be adopted as the rate for internet-delivered courses throughout the system,” said Monte Kramer, the regents’ system vice president of finance and administration. JASON & ALICIA KNUTSON – OWNERS 605-530-1723 WIEMAN LAND & AUCTION CO., INC. (SINCE 1949) 44628 SD HIGHWAY 44, MARION, SD 57043 AUCTION OFFICE: 800-251-3111 or 605-648-3111 TURNER COUNTY TITLE: CLOSING AGENT 605-297-5555 376.57 ACRES OF NORWAY TOWNSHIP CLAY COUNTY TILLABLE LAND!! AT AUCTION To settle the Eileen R. Johnson Estate, we will offer the following land at public auction in the National Guard Armory in Vermillion, SD located ½ block south of Tractor Supply Co. on: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25TH • 10:30 AM Wow! Is the best way to describe this farm. 376.57 acres of, all contiguous, tillable land located just south of Hwy 50, with highway frontage on Tract 1. This farm runs a mile and a half long with a good solid county road on the eastern border. This would make an amazing farm unit for producers and investors alike! PROPERTY LOCATION: From Vermillion, SD go 4 miles west on SD Hwy 50, then south on 459th Ave. TRACT #1 – 139.93 ACRES This tracts consists 139.93 +/- acres of high quality farm land. According to the FSA maps, this tract is all tillable less the RROW. The soil type is Luton silty loams, which carries a productivity index of 60. The 2017 RE taxes are $3,636.18 LEGAL: The NE4 (less Johnson’s Tract 1, Lot H2, and the portion of the NE4 NE4 north of the railroad) all in Section 6-92-52, Clay County, SD. TRACT #2 – 118.46 ACRES This tracts consists 118.46 +/- acres of high quality farm land. According to the FSA maps, this tract is all tillable less the RROW. The soil types are Forney silty clay, Luton silty loams, Albaton silty clay, and Lakeport silty clay loams. These soils carry a productivity index of 67.4. The 2017 RE taxes are $3,508.60 LEGAL: The E2 SE4 & NW4 SE4 in Section 6-92-52, Clay County, SD. TRACT #3 – 118.18 ACRES This tracts consists 118.18 +/- acres of high quality farm land. According to the FSA maps, this tract is all tillable less the RROW. The soil types are Albaton silty clay, Owego silty clay, and Forney silty clay. These soils carry a productivity index of 67. The 2017 RE taxes are $3,535.88 Get your ad in the.. LEGAL: The E2 NE4 & SW4 NE4 in Section 7-92-52, Clay County, SD. TRACT #4 – 376.57 ACRES This is the Combination of Tracts 1, 2, & 3. This is an all contiguous tract of 376.57 acres which is very hard to find! An excellent opportunity for any farmer or investor. Classifieds TERMS: Cash Sale with a 10% non-refundable down payment on sale day and the balance on or before June 15, 2018. A personal representative’s deed will be provided. Title insurance will be utilized with the cost of Owner’s Policy split 50/50 between buyer and seller. New buyer will receive landlord’s possession for the 2018 crop year along with all the rent due in 2018. Seller will pay the 2017 RE taxes due in 2018. New buyer will assume all the 2018 taxes due in 2019. Closings to be held at Clay County Abstract with closing fee split 50/50 between the buyer and seller. Sold subject to the personal representative’s confirmation and any easement of record. Property is subject to survey if sold in separate tracts. Dakota Realty & Wieman Land & Auction Co., Inc. are representing the sellers in this transaction. If a land purchase is in your plans – please check out these great tracts. We invite you to view this parcel of land at your convenience. For an information packet, go to www. wiemanauction.com or www.dakotarealty.com Contact Hazen Bye 605-670-0422 or Ryan Wieman 605-366-3369 for more details. Auction will be held in the National Guard Armory in Vermillion, SD. Come prepared to buy! Today! CALL 624-4429 ••• FAX 624-2696 ••• EMAIL classifieds@plaintalk.net ••• ONLINE BroadcasterOnline.com ••• DROP BY 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion EILEEN R. JOHNSON ESTATE Robin Iverson - PR Dakota Realty Vermillion, SD 605-624-4474 www.dakotarealty.com Wieman Land & Auction Co., Inc. Marion SD 605-648-3111 www.wiemanauction.com Attorney for Estate Craig K. Thompson 605-624-2097 Vermillion, SD co Canaday Sale 40th Annual “Pride in Performance” co Friday, april 6, 2018 • 1:00 p.m. Stockman’s Auction Market • Yankton, S.D. (1 mile east on Highway 50) F-1 to purebreds all Percentages Simmental, SimAngus, Angus SElliNg 30 loTS: 22 Bulls • 8 Bred Heifers Many bred AI to Premier, a Red Angus bull 5 SOnS SEll! He is an industry leader! OTHER SIRES rEprESENTEd: KCF Bennett Absolute GCC-7 Absolute Brilliance AAA16430795 Breeding for calving ease, rate of gain and quiet disposition for 41 years! david Canaday 89287 543 ave. Bloomfield, nE 68718 402-373-2294 • Cell: 712-898-6426 Bruiser Complement Yellowstone For catalog contact: Kathleen Canaday 54289 893 Rd. Bloomfield, nE 68718 Phone: 402-373-4482
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