Ida, Sac County
448 Acres N/A
The public auction will be held on Thursday, July 28, 2022, 10:00 AM at the Odebolt Community Center, 116 2nd Street, Odebolt, Iowa. Online bidding starts Tuesday, July 26, 2022 at 8:00 AM and ends Thursday, July 28, 2022 at the close of the live event.
Donít miss out on this opportunity to purchase quality farms on the Sac and Ida County line in the shadows of Poet Ethanol Plant in Arthur, Iowa! These properties offer great appeal along Highway 175, strong CSR2 ratings, incredible yield and fertility levels and are very well cared for. Farms like these are rare to hit the market in these times of high farm income potential!
From Arthur, Iowa, travel one mile east on Highway 175 to Buchanan Avenue. Tract 1 will be to the southeast. Tract 2 is located directly south along Buchanan Avenue. Tract 3 is located directly west of Tract 2.
2021: Corn = 253.8 / Beans = 72.9
2020: Corn = 229.4 / Beans = 67.4
2019: Corn = 262.3 / Beans = 73.7
2018: Corn = 267 / Beans = 79.3
2017: Corn = 234.7 / Beans = 75.5
238.7 Acres N/A
The live auction will be held on Wednesday, July 27, 2022, at 10:00 AM, at the Cougarís Den, 101 Main Street, Morrowville, Kansas. Online bidding will begin on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, at 10:00 AM and close at the end of the live auction.
This combination property boasts nearly 81 tillable acres and diverse mix of wildlife habitat that make it a sportsman's dream. The tillable ground is currently under a crop share lease and will provide consistent income to the owner, with the opportunity to convert a portion of the hayland acres to crop production. A good wildlife manager will leverage the cropland, high meadows, and deep draws to build an active wildlife paradise. The farm sets up beautifully with the east and west sides gaining elevation, while the interior sits in a hardwood bottom. A creek meanders through the entire property, with a clear, rocky bottom. The creek provides a year-round water source for wildlife. Additionally, a recently rebuilt pond sits on the east side of the property for another water source that wildlife will flock to. There are multiple finger draws moving off the main bottom of trees, all with major trails moving through them to the row crops fields above. The north end of the property has an upper field where the draw splits around it creating a Y. Again, the field sits above the bedding areas and the fingers coming out of the bottom creates a natural travel corridor for whitetails. The fields are surrounded by thick stands of native grass, well on the way to being 5-6 feet tall. This native prairie provides great bedding for deer and habitat for pheasant and quail. The main draw through the property consist mature cedars, black locusts, walnut, oaks, cottonwoods, and elms with plenty of options to hang your stand. These trees will also be great roosting habitat for turkeys.
This property will provide hunting options for all seasons. The pond would be great for dove hunting in September. Then turn your sights to early-season deer hunting when you can catch the bucks in velvet in the soybeans. Next comes the rut when you'll see the trophy bucks this part of Kansas is famous for. Upland game will be abundant for opening day in November. Rifle season starts up for the first two weeks of December. Finish the deer season off with a doe hunt in January to fill the freezer. Pheasant and quail will be holding tight through January when the snow flies. One last chance to get the dogs out to point up some birds. Do a little predator hunting in February and save some fawns that will be dropping soon. Start planning what crops will be in the rotation and put seed in the ground as the turkeys start strutting. This is a farm that you can build a hunting lifestyle around.
292.68 Acres N/A
The public auction will be held on Tuesday, July 19, 2022, 10:00 AM at The Heritage Lobby, Art Building, Tabor College 400 Jefferson, Hillsboro, Kansas. Online bidding starts Tuesday, July 12, 2022 at 10:00 AM and ends Tuesday, July 19, 2022 at the close of the live event.
The properties are mid-way between Hillsboro and Marion, located one to two miles south of Old Highway 56 between Mustang Road and Nighthawk Road in the heart of good cropland. The South Cottonwood River runs just south of the Farmstead Quarter and dissects the Tracts 3 and 4. The river is a natural corridor for wildlife.
80 Acres N/A
Online bidding begins on Monday, July 11, 2022, at 9:00 AM and closes on Wednesday, July 13, 2022, at 11:00 AM.
An 80 acre parcel of farm ground. Conveniently located one north and four miles east of Nunda, South Dakota and 10 miles south of Volga, South Dakota. The farm has multiple opportunities for the new owners! Adding farm ground to the operation, and also, located within commuting distance to multiple towns, and having multiple suitable building site locations. This farm will also provide the owner an opportunity to build on or sell the building eligibilities.
One mile north and four miles east of Nunda, South Dakota or 10 miles south of Volga, South.Dakota.
352 Acres N/A
The live auction will be held on Tuesday, July 19, 2022, at 10:00 AM, at the Saint Patrick's Parish Center, 102 Market Street, Audubon, Iowa, 50025. Online bidding will begin on Friday, July 15, 2022, at 8:00 AM and close at the end of the live event.
Excellent row crop farms in a very strong area in northern Audubon County, Iowa! These two tracts boast above average CSR2 ratings of 73.5! Each tract has a wind turbine and CRP waterways, making nearly every acre income producing!
Tract 1: From Audubon, Iowa, travel north on Highway 71 for three miles to 160th Street, turn east onto 160th Street and travel one mile to Ross, Iowa, turn north onto Jay Avenue and travel one and one-half miles, the farm is on the east side of the road for the next half mile, or farm is southeast of the intersection of Jay Avenue and 140th Street. Watch for signs.
Tract 2: From Audubon, Iowa, travel north on Highway 71 for four miles, turn west onto F24 (150th Street), travel west on 150th Street for one mile to Heron Avenue, turn north onto Heron Avenue, travel north on Heron Avenue for one-half mile, the farm is on the east side of the road for the next half mile. Watch for signs.
28 Acres $270,000
Twenty-eight acres of great hunting ground with an abundance of deer and turkey. Close to Des Moines. North line on the eighteen acres is the North River. Includes two-story shooting shed, food plots, and several acres of trees. Access is from a Level C Road.
South of Norwalk on Highway 28 to Elk Horn Street. West on Elk Horn to the curve where Elk Horn goes west on a Level C Road. Follow the Level C Road west to the end. Property is on the right.
1391 Acres N/A
SIMULCAST AUCTION: The live public auction will be held on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 at the Johnson Center, 509 West Main Street, Alma, Nebraska. Check back for online bidding information.
7 Tracts in Harlan County, Nebraska consisting of 1,391 acres.
1 tract in Phillips County, Kansas with Paul Schadegg listing Broker, consisting of 333.85 acres.
A once in a lifetime property with a great combination of pasture, dryland, and recreational use. Located close to grain markets and an ethanol plant. Stunning views of Harlan County Reservoir. Abundant deer and turkey hunting opportunities.
Please check back for additional information and maps.
388 Acres N/A
The live auction will be held on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, at 10:00 AM, at the Jackson Building, Madison County Fairgrounds, 1146 West Summit Street, Winterset, Iowa, 50273. Online bidding will begin on Monday, June 20, 2022, at 8:00 AM and close at the end of the live auction.
Placed in the classic landscape of Northeast Madison County, these four tracts appeal to many buyers. This area provides gorgeous landscapes, productive farmland, excellent grassland, a short distance to the metro, abundant wildlife, and more! All tracts have a farm lease in place for the 2022 crop year. Seller will retain 2022 cash rent.
Tracts 1 and 2 are adjoining tracts. They are directly accessible from pavement called the Covered Bridge Scenic Byway, which is one of only twelve state-designated scenic byways in Iowa. Elevation changes offer considerable value for panoramic views. Timbered areas support desirable trees, including walnut. Excellent recreational opportunities amidst wildlife, ponds, and private settings.
Tracts 3 and 4 are adjoining tracts. They are located in a competitive agricultural area. Productive soils are a mixture of uplands and bottomlands. The land is improved with drainage tile. Direct access to North Branch North River.
Be sure to review the drainage tile maps, flyover video, plat map, survey maps, and other information available on our website.
Tracts 1 and 2: From Winterset, Iowa, travel north on US Highway 169 for two and one-half miles. Turn east on County Highway G4R (Cumming Road) and follow for seven miles to the properties on both sides of the pavement.
Tracts 3 and 4: From Winterset, Iowa, travel north on US Highway 169 for two and one-half miles. Turn east on County Highway G4R (Cumming Road) for one mile. Turn north on North River Trail and follow for two and one-half miles. Turn east on Old Portland Avenue and follow for one mile. Turn right on Prairieview Avenue for one and one-half miles to the properties on both sides of the gravel road.
Palo Alto County
113.08 Acres N/A
The live auction will be held on Thursday, August 11, 2022, at 10:00 AM, at the American Legion Hall, 5 West Maple, Ringsted, Iowa, 50578. Online bidding will begin on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, at 8:00 AM and will close at the end of the live event.
Well established CRP in strong farming area. The property has two CRP contracts, one contract has 28.44 acres with an annual payment of $7,507.00 and expires September 30, 2025. The other contract has 81.12 acres with an annual payment of $25,404.00 and expires September 30, 2027.
From Ringsted, Iowa, travel south on N60 to County Road B14. Go west to 530th Avenue. The farm lies on the north side of the road.
N/A Acres $550,000
Acreage close to Spencer, Nebraska. Very nice three bedroom, two bath, 1,400 square foot home, built-in 1991, located on 48.49+/- acres. The home features a master suite with a master bath remodeled in 2018. The main floor also consists of two bedrooms, a full bath, main floor laundry, and a living room with spectacular views of the property. The home has a new roof in 2021 and a new furnace in 2020.
Crooked Creek runs through the southwest corner of the property. There is an abundance of wildlife that can be found on the property. Located on the south fenceline is a very nice set of corrals. Electric stock well for cattle tank.
All of this is located right on the edge of town along Highway 281 in Boyd County, Nebraska. Only 30 minutes from Lake Francis Case! Call the agent for further details.
One and 1/4 miles southeast of Spencer, Nebraska, along US Highway 281 and State Highway 12.
312.05 Acres N/A
The live auction will be held on June 15, 2022, at 10:00 AM, at the Knights of Columbus, 1216 M Road, Larned, Kansas, 67550. Online bidding will begin on June 13, 2022, at 8:00 AM and close at the end of the live event.
A half-section of CRP and pasture are located northwest of Larned, Kansas. The pasture has a small pond and has not been grazed in recent years, but has been hayed periodically. The CRP contract runs until 2027 and payment is 100% to the landowner.
From Larned, Kansas, nine miles north on 110th Avenue and two miles West on X Road.
160 Acres N/A
Online bidding will begin on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, at 8:00 AM (CST) and will close on Friday, June 10, 2022, at 12:00 PM (CST).
A unique combination of CRP (recreational - bird hunting) and tillable acres, which generates a guaranteed and consistent yearly cash return. This ALL FLAT land is conveniently located a few miles off a paved county road between Onawa, Iowa, and Whiting, Iowa, this farm is easily accessed. CRP acres complied with Mid Contract Management via a burn this spring. These CRP acres are clean and low maintenance. When the CRP contract expires (September 2027), the farm may be re-enrolled in the CRP program (depending on the USDA Farm Program in effect) or the entire farm could be cropped. In the meantime, this property generates yearly income and enjoyment.
Buyer to receive 2022 cash rent credit of $4,200 at closing. Buyer to assume the CRP contract and 100% of the October 2022 payment ($39,945) will be conveyed to the buyer.
From the center of Onawa, Iowa, travel approximately three and one-half miles north on K45, and one and one-half miles east on 195th, to put you at the northwest corner of the farm. The farm is bordered along the north by 195th Street, along the eastern edge by Holly Avenue, and partially along the southern edge by 200th Street (minimum maintenance road).
58.164 Acres $1,077,784
City water and sewer available for possible development. Pond on the property.
1539 West State Road 56, Scottsburg, Indiana, 47170. From Interstate 65 in Scottsburg, go west two miles on State Highway 56. The land is on the south side of the highway across from Willowshore Drive.
10.0 Acres $150,000
Recreation property with timber cover and pond located in West Central Davis County, Iowa.
From West Grove, Iowa, travel two and 1/2 miles north on Echo Avenue to the property on the west side of road.
159.95 Acres N/A
The live auction will be held on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, at 10:00 AM, at the Calhoun County Expo Center, Park Lane, Rockwell City, Iowa, 50579. Online bidding will begin on Monday, June 6, 2022, at 8:00 AM and will close at the end of the live event.
This quality Calhoun County farm offers a strong CSR2, highly tillable acres, ease of farming, gently rolling terrain, and immediate access to drainage. The buyer will be credited the second half of the cash rent at closing AND will be receiving the CRP income in October. With interest rates set to rise, farm income at strong levels, and an optimistic outlook in agriculture, now is a great time to make the purchase of a long-term investment that will offer a solid ROI!
From the east side of Rockwell City, Iowa, travel east one mile to Quinton Avenue, head north for two miles, then back east for 1/2 of a mile. The property will be to the southeast.
465.53 Acres N/A
Online bidding will begin on Wednesday, June 15, 2022, at 8:00 AM and close on Thursday, June 16, 2022 at 12:00 PM.
Here is an excellent opportunity to buy productive McPherson County cropland, pasture, and hayland acres. The property includes an older building site including established trees and shed.
The property is located one mile east of Leola, South Dakota.
N/A Acres $225,000
Price Reduced A Second Time!
Nice highway location, close to major employment centers of Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. Located in the desirable Mount Vernon School District and within 10 miles of Cedar Rapids and 25 miles of Iowa City. The home was remodeled in 1970 and has composition siding. The home also offers all-electric heat with no forced air. The home is sided in composition siding.
Home is part of the former farm headquarters building site. Most outbuildings were severely damaged or destroyed by the 2020 Derecho and are already removed. Only the machine shed and grain drying bin remain.
Approximately two miles southwest of Martelle, or approximately five miles northeast of Mount Vernon, on Highway 1 to 1817 Highway 1 North, Martelle, Iowa, 52305 (on east side of Highway 1).
Open House: Saturday, July 9, 2022 and Saturday, July 23, 2022, both from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
253.46 Acres $887,110
Big views and open country make this Boyd County ranch a property to treasure. You can not miss the views overlooking the majestic Niobrara River at the entrance of this ranch. Rolling hills with tree-covered draws give cover to big game and wild turkey. This open field ranch allows you to take aim at game at long distances or closeup, depending on your hunting style. The ranch supports a pipeline hooked into Boyd County rural water. Four large watering tanks and hydrants are systematically placed throughout the property to ensure your prized livestock will not be without water even in the driest of years. Cross fences run through the property for rotational grazing. Whether you are an owner-operator or intend to lease out the grazing rights, you can count on running 46-50 cow/calf pairs per grazing season during normal years. The property supports multiple watering holes perfectly situated on the property to aid in livestock water. This is an added benefit, as the ranch does not rely on the watering holes. The ranch has a water pipeline as referenced earlier. At the south end of the property is a medium to large spring-fed pond that supports most panfish species found in Nebraska. You can be assured that you will be busy removing hooks and enjoying the outdoor space this ranch provides to you, your family, and friends. For additional information about this property, contact Grant Litz, listing agent.
From Monowi, Nebraska, head south on 509th Avenue for three miles. Turn right at the T-intersection onto 894th Road and head west for one mile. Turn left at the T-intersection onto 874th Road and head west for a half mile to reach the subject property.
81.87 Acres $307,500
This property consists of approximately 81.87 acres of timber and would be considered an excellent recreational and hunting property. The property is six miles northeast of Stigler, Oklahoma, with paved roads and easy access. Stigler is a growing community with commercial and residential development due to increasing tourist traffic. The property is contiguous to a large federally owned property and is near the Robert S. Kerr Reservoir.
From Stigler, Oklahoma, travel east on Highway 9, two miles to Tamaha Road, then turn north and go two miles to Garland Road, then east on Garland Road one mile to Kanma Road, then north to property.
160 Acres $720,000
Score big year-over-year with this new real estate offering tailored towards hardened hunters who seek big game and wild turkey. This mixed-use property offers summer grazing opportunities for cow/calf pair operators or to lease out. The medium to larger size pond supplies water for grazing purposes. Water is also supplied throughout the property via water pipeline that is tapped into rural water starting at the county road. This hunting haven is only one mile away from the Niobrara River making this property irresistible to big game and wild turkeys to dwell. Good year-round access ensures you can make it to your new favorite hunting spot even in the worst of weather conditions.
Call Grant Litz, listing agent, to setup a time for you to personally inspect this property.
From Monowi, Nebraska, head south on 509th Avenue for three miles. Turn right at T intersection onto 894th Road and head west for one mile. Turn left at T intersection onto 874th Road, and head west for half mile to reach the subject property.