Prime Farmland Auction, Madison Parish, LA
848.74+/- acres to be auctioned, Sat. July 29th 10am at Tallulah Country Club 762 Old HWY 65S, Tallulah, LA. Class 1 agland and some great hunting tracts.
Tract 1- 460.37+/- acres of mostly irrigated, highly productive crop land along HWY 603 East. T-16N-R13E Sec. 37-38, T-15N-R13E, Sec 1, 89, 90 Madison Parish, LA. This property has highway frontage, deep well irrigation, and consists of mostly commerce silt loam with some shaky clay and has a high FSA yield history. The crop rent is $200 per acre per crop year. 2-6 electric irrigation wells.
Tract 2- 165.91+/- acres of irrigated, highly productive, cropland on HWY 602 East, T16N-R13E, Sec. 23, 25, 26, Madison Parish, LA. This agland tract has bayou and highway frontage, 2 deep wells for irrigation, and is 98% commerce silt loam. It has a high FSA yield history and the crop rent is $200 per acre per crop year.
Tract 3- 145.09+/- acres of hunting, timber, and CRP, with a good duck hunting lake. This tract can be accessed from HWY 602 or I-20. Location is T16N-R13E, Sec. 23, 25, 26 Madison Parish, LA. IT has 35.8+/- acres of CRP with some annual income on it. A portion of Sip Lake is on the property that produces an abundance of ducks. This tract also produced 3 pope and young class bucks in the 2016 hunting season, 171, 151, and 144 deer were taken with bow on this tract and tract 4.
Tract 4- 77.37+/- acres, located adjacent to tract 3 and not of I-20 is accessed off I-20, T-16N-R13E, Sec. 23. It holds the same deer herd as tract 3, and has some fairly decent timber. This would make an ideal small family tract. Both tracts 3&4 are adjoining large timber holdings that produce good deer herds.
Tract 5- Combination of tracts 2&3 agland and hunting tract (311.0+/- acres)
Tract 6- Combination of tracts 3&4 both hunting tracts (222.46+/- acres)
Tract 7- All tracts 2-3-4 ag & hunting tracts. (388.37+/- acres)
50% minerals to convey.
For more information call Barbara Bonnette or Chris Lemoine at 318-443-6614.
AUCTION LOCATION: Garber Theater Building, 402 Main Street, Garber, Oklahoma 73738
Directions to Farm: E0280 Rd & N 3050 Rd, Hunter, OK 74640, United States
From the intersection of Hwy 60 & 74 (SW of Lamont, OK.), go south on Hwy 74 5 miles to Coal/CR280, then ½ mile east, OR from Garber, OK. (Hwy 74 & Breckenridge Blacktop), go north 12 miles to Coal/CR280, then ½ mile east.
This very nice quarter section of land consists of 160± acres. According to the F.S.A. office there is 143.20 acres of DCP cropland with the balance being in grass pasture and small pond. There is 142.80 wheat base acres with 38 bushel yield. This farm is very nicely located just a half a mile off Hwy 74 and close proximity to Lamont, Hunter and Garber, Oklahoma. Preview on your own during daylight hours.
For more information contact Rodney Timm (580) 548-6652 at Lippard Auctioneers.
Legal Description: SE/4 of Section (25), Township (25) North, Range (4), W.I.M. Grant County, OK.
Taxes: $502.47 and will be prorated to day of closing
Possession: will be given immediately upon the signing of the purchase contract.
Soil Types: Bethany Silt Loam, class II; Kirkland Silt Loam, class II; Grant Silt Loam, class II; Renfrow-Pawhuska, class III
Minerals: selling surface rights only
Internet Bidding: will be available by logging on to www.landbuzz.com to register. Neither the Auction Company nor Seller is responsible in the event of loss of signal by either side.
Terms/Condition: 10% of the total purchase price is to be placed in escrow the day of the auction with the balance being due upon delivery of marketable title. Financing must be in placed prior to bidding. All information has been taken from sources believed reliable; however, no guarantee is being made by the auction company nor the seller. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to any inspections prior to bidding. Any announcements made the day of the auction supersede all advertising.
SELLER: KAY LYNN MASSIE REVOCABLE TRUST