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Broadcaster Press 7 March 5, 2019 www.broadcasteronline.com Funding Available To Support Training And Education Events For Professionals Around Opioid Abuse/Misuse In South Dakota PIERRE, S.D. – The Department of Social Services (DSS) will be providing funding to support education or training to professionals in combatting the opioid epidemic. Funding will support South Dakota organizations or associations, including tribal entities, in planning and hosting training events around opioid use and misuse. The effort is supported by South Dakota’s State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis and State Opioid Response, two federal grants provided through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to combat opioid addiction. The funding supports a comprehensive array of prevention, treatment, and recovery services based on the needs of states. “Nationally, states have seen significant increases in opioid use,” said SD Department of Social Services Secretary Greg DeSautel, MD. “While South Dakota’s rate remains low, we have seen an increase in use.” Training supported by this opportunity includes but is not limited to best practices for prescribing opioids, pain management, recognizing potential cases of substance use disorder, referral of patients SDSU Extension Annie’s Project for Women in Agriculture Begins April 2 in Webster BROOKINGS, S.D. – If you’re a woman involved in the agriculture industry, then Annie’s Project may be the program for you. The program will be held in Webster beginning April 2, 2019. Have you ever asked a farm/ranch management question and not understood the answer? Have you ever signed papers at the bank or FSA and not really understood what they were for? Have you been thinking about if you have enough insurance or an estate plan? Have you wished you knew more about marketing your cattle or crops? Annie’s Project is designed to empower women by providing detailed farm/ ranch management information and build networks between women. Over a six-week period, participants will learn how to develop financial records, learn key communication skills, ask questions about retirement and estate planning, expand marketing knowledge - all while having fun in a supportive learning environment. Classes meet once a week beginning April 2, 2019 in Webster at The Galley Hotel, Bar and Grill (230 West Highway 12). The classes continue April 9, 16, 30 and May 7 and 14. Each session will run from 5:30 to 8:45 p.m. Register by March 27, 2019 To help cover costs, the registration fee for Annie’s Project is $150 per person and meals will be served at each session. The registration fee will be reduced based on the amount of local sponsorship received. To register, visit the events page. Pre-registration is due by March 27. For more information contact Robin Salverson at the SDSU Extension Regional Center in Lemmon, 605.374.4177. Class space is limited. STABE CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Saturday, March 30th @ 9:30 AM 6 miles East of Hinton, IA on C-60 There is a high demand for used equipment. Turn yours into CASH NOW!! Call now to get your items advertised in all our ads covering IA, NE, SD, MN & Radio, Website and Facebook. Reaching Thousands!!! Sales average over 1,500 buyers. We sell Tractors, Combines, Trucks, Trailers, Farm & Atq. Equip, Lawn & Garden, Livestock Equip., Tools, Hay & Straw, plus Ag Related Misc. We welcome Individual, Estates, Farm Reductions, Dealers, Etc. NO HOUSEHOLD ACCEPTED We have over 20 acres for equipment & parking!! Fast loadout sale day!! Advertising deadline: March 18th Ph. or Text: Stabe Auction Co. 712-540-9640 Email: auction@frontiernet.net Website: www.stabeauctionandrealty.com CLAY COUNTY, SD LAND AUCTION 82.44 +/- Acres, Prairie Center Township Tuesday, March 26, 2019 • 10:30 AM We will sell the following real estate at public auction, at the landsite located ½ mile west of the intersection of 311th St and 468th Ave (Greenfield SD). Or from I-29 Spink Exit #31, ½ mile west on 313th St, 1 mile north on 470th Ave, 2 miles west on 312th St, 1 mile north on 468th Ave and ½ mile west on 311th St. Auctioneer’s Note: This auction offers an excellent opportunity to expand your current farming operation or purchase as an investment. The land is available to farm in 2019 and is in a corn-soybean rotation. According to the FSA there are 78.01 acres of cropland with a 44.91 acre corn base with a 127 bushel PLC yield and a 33.10 acre soybean base with a 36 bushel PLC yield. County soil rating of .559. According to Surety/AgriData the land has a productivity rating of 75.5. Predominate soil is Davison-Tetonka-Egan complex, 0 to 3 percent slopes. A certified wetland determination has been completed on this farm. Taxes: $1964.48. The buyer will be required to reimburse the seller $5406.56 for fall fertilizer, to be paid at closing. If you are looking for good productive farmland located in southeast of SD, then don’t miss this auction. Visit www.westraatkins.com for more information, pictures and maps. In the case of inclement weather listen to WNAX radio or visit our website. Legal Description: East 13 Rods of the NW ¼ & the West 20 Rods of the NE ¼ & the West 47 Rods of the East 60 Rods of the NW ¼ , 15-93-51, Clay County SD. TERMS: 15% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing on or before April 30, 2019. Possession to be given at closing, however upon making the nonrefundable down payment, the buyer may begin field work for the 2019 crop year. Failure to close, as per terms of the purchase agreement, shall result in forfeiture of the down payment and work performed. Title insurance and closing costs split 50/50 between buyer and seller. 2018 taxes due in 2019 to be paid by the seller. 2019 taxes due in 2020 to be paid by the buyer. The buyer will be required to reimburse the seller, $5406.56 for fall fertilizer, to be paid at closing. The acres in this property is based on acres stated in the county tax records with acres to be understood to be “more or less”. 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 owner. Jacqueline J Olson Revocable Trust, Owner Jeff & Jacqueline Olson, Co-Trustees Joel R Westra, Broker, Beresford, SD 605-310-6941 Pete Atkins, Broker Associate, Tea, SD 605-351-9847 Joel A Westra, Broker Associate, Chancellor, SD 605-957-5222 Phil Eggers, Broker Associate, Renner, SD 605-351-5438 Craig Atkins, Broker Associate, Tea, SD 605-351-9850 Mark Zomer, Vande Vegte Zomer Auctions, Rock Valley, IA 712-470-2526 to treatment programs, overdose prevention, increased awareness of the state’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, and education and awareness related to opioid use/misuse and related topics including Medication Assisted Treatment. “This funding will support evidencedbased knowledge so behavioral health and health care providers are able to increase their professional competency regarding the dangers of opioids,” said Dr. DeSautel. Eligible applicants include South Dakota-based organizations or associations that provide direct services and support to populations affected by opioid overdose, as well as those that offer training and education to professionals who serve those populations. Applications are available at dss.sd.gov and will be accepted on an ongoing basis as grant funds are available. For more information about behavioral health services related to addiction or to find a behavioral health provider in your area, contact the Department of Social Services’ Division of Behavioral Health at 605-367-5236, toll-free at 1-855-878-6057 or online at http://dss.sd.gov/behavioralhealth/community/ CLAY COUNTY, SD LAND AUCTION 704.11 +/- Acres, Star Township Offered in 5 Tracts Thursday, March 14, 2019 • 10:30 AM We will sell the following real estate at public auction at the land site located from Wakonda, SD, 2 miles north on 455th Ave or from Irene, SD, 3 miles east on SD Hwy 46 and 2 miles south on 455th Ave. Auctioneer’s Note: Rarely does a section of land that includes cropland and pasture come up for sale in southeastern South Dakota. Here is an opportunity to purchase multiple tracts of land to expand your current farming operation or purchase as an investment. The land is located north of Wakonda, SD, a reasonable distance to ethanol plants & grain elevators, with a hard surface road on the east boundary. The land is in a corn/soybean rotation and is available to the new owner for the 2019 crop year. The pasture fence line is the boundary between the pasture and the other tracts. The FSA estimates there is approximately 527.7 acres of cropland with a 334.30 acre corn base and a 135 bushel PLC yield, a 193.39 acre soybean base with a 40 bushel PLC yield, 39.3 acres of CRP with an annual payment of $278.86 per acre through 2026 and 116.5 acres of pasture. According to Surety/AgriData the cropland has a productivity rating of 80.3. County soil rating of .713 on the entire property. Taxes: $18,684.18. This property has a minority interest owned by a Broker Associate of Westra Atkins Land & Auction, LLC. In the case of inclement weather listen to WNAX radio or visit www.westraatkins.com. Legal Description: Tracts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of Atkins Addition in Section 16, Township 95, Range 53, Clay County, SD. The land will be offered as follows: Choice will be offered on Tracts 1 & 2. The successful bidder will have the option to purchase the tract of his choosing or both tracts. If the winning bidder only desires one tract, the remaining tract will be offered as an individual tract. Choice will be offered on Tracts 3 & 4. The successful bidder will have the option to purchase the tract of his choosing or both tracts. If the winning bidder only desires one tract, the remaining tract will be offered as an individual tract. Tract 5 will be offered as an individual tract. All Tracts will be sold as surveyed acres X final price bid. According to the FSA Tracts 1 & 2 have 317.57 acres of cropland with a 197.80 acre corn base/ 135 bushel PLC yield, and 119.76 acres soybean base/40 bushel PLC yield. If the tracts are sold separately the FSA will reconstitute the land after closing. Tract 1: 177.02 +/- surveyed acres, located in the NE ¼ of the section, includes cropland, waterway and roads. According to Agridata/Surety the land has a productivity rating of 82.3. Predominate soils include Egan-Ethan-Trent complex, 1-6 percent slopes and Egan-Trent silty clay loams, 1-6 percent slopes. Tract 2: 153.39 +/- surveyed acres, located in the SE ¼ of the section, includes cropland, roads and a non-functioning well. According to Agridata/Surety the land has a productivity rating of 79.8 Predominate soils include Egan-Ethan-Trent complex, 1-6 percent slopes and DavisonChancellor complex, 0-3 percent slopes. According to the FSA Tracts 3 & 4 have 210.13 acres of cropland with a 136.50 acre corn base/ 135 bushel PLC yield, and 73.63 acres soybean base/40 bushel PLC yield. If the tracts are sold separately the FSA will reconstitute the land after closing. Tract 3: 99.61 +/- surveyed acres, located in the NW ¼ of the section, includes cropland, roads and 17.1 acres of CRP with an annual payment of $278.86 per acre through 2026. According to Agridata/Surety the land has a productivity rating of 78.5. Predominate soils include EganEthan-Trent complex, 1-6 percent slopes. Tract 4: 157.59 +/- surveyed acres, located in the SW ¼ of the section, includes cropland, roads and 22.2 acres of CRP with an annual payment of $278.86 per acre through 2026. According to Agridata/Surety the land has a productivity rating of 78.4. Predominate soils include Egan-Ethan -Trent complex, 1-6 percent slopes. Tract 5: 116.50 +/-surveyed acres, pasture. The tract runs north and south in the middle of the section. Pasture can be divided into two units for grazing (north unit includes rural water/ tank and the south unit includes stock dam/non-functioning well). According to Agridata/ Surety the land has a productivity rating of 70. Predominate soils include Ethan-DavisonTetonka complex, 0-6 percent slopes; Egan-Chancellor-Davison complex, 0-3 percent slopes and Egan-Ethan-Trent complex, 1-6 percent slopes. TERMS: 15% nonrefundable down payment the day of the auction with balance due at closing on or before April 23, 2019. Possession of the land will be given at closing, however upon making the non-refundable down payment, the buyer may begin field work for the 2019 crop year. Failure to close, as per the terms of the purchase agreement, shall result in forfeiture of the down payment and work performed. Title insurance and closing costs split 50/50 between buyer and seller. 2018 taxes due in 2019 to be paid by the seller. 2019 taxes due in 2020 to be paid by the buyer. 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. Any lines on maps are for informational purposes only and are not guaranteed to be actual boundary lines of the property. 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. On Tracts 3 and 4, the buyer(s) will receive 100 % of the payment on the CRP acres payable in 2019, with no proration and will be obligated to succeed to the contract and comply with all the remaining terms and provisions of the existing terms of the CRP contract; furthermore any buyouts or penalty due for cancellation or non-compliance with the terms of the CRP contract will be the responsibility of the new owner(s). 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 owners. For maps, pictures, video and more information visit: www.westraatkins.com Atkins Family LP, Owner Pete Atkins, Manager Thomas Frieberg, Closing Attorney Joel R Westra, Broker, Beresford, SD 605-310-6941 Pete Atkins, Broker Associate, Tea, SD 605-351-9847 Joel A Westra, Broker Associate, Chancellor, SD 605-957-5222 Phil Eggers, Broker Associate, Renner, SD 605-351-5438 Craig Atkins, Broker Associate, Tea, SD 605-351-9850 Mark Zomer, Vande Vegte Zomer Auctions, Rock Valley, IA 712-470-2526
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