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640 Acre Gray Co. TX Ranch

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This Gray County ranch sits along the breaks of McClellan Creek and lies just three miles west of McClellan Lake. The terrain ranges from rolling prairie to rough canyons, which provide cover to wildlife including deer, antelope, and turkey. Highway 70 provides easy access, and Vernon Road winds back into the north side of the property. Size and access allow for endless opportunity for both the recreation and production buyer.

This Ranch will be offered in three individual tracts in an Onlne Bidding ONLY Auction beginning at
8:00 am CDT on Friday, November 2, 2018.  Bidding on these tracts will soft close at 12:00 noon CST on Thursday, November 8, 2018.

You may bid directly from this website on the Online Auction Tab, or download our Clift Land Auctions App to your mobile device.  You will need to Register to use our app, then if you want to bid on this property, click on the Register to Bid button.

Tract #1 lies along SH 70 3 miles north of I-40 and consists of 320 + acres.

Tract #2 is accessed by turning east on Vernon Road and driving approximately 1.25 miles to the third cattle guard.  There are approximately 160 acres in this tract.

Tract #3 This tract is adjacent to Tracts #2 and is accessed via Vernon Road. There are approximately 160 acres in this tract.

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Armstrong Co 999 Ac Auction

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This Land Auction is scheduled for Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 6:30 pm at the Armstrong Co Activity Building in Claude, TX. Check out our CLA website for updated Terms and Conditions.

There will be an Auction Information Meeting at the same location on Thursday, September 27th at 6:00 pm.  Prior to this meeting we will have an Open House at the home on Tract 1 at 4:00 pm.  There will be another Open House to tour the home on Saturday, October 6, 2018 from 10:00 am till 2:00 pm. Property is shown by appointment only or at Open House. 

We will offer at auction a total of 999 + acres in four (4) Tracts.  This is a well kept productive ranch just 20 minutes from downtown Amarillo. Any minerals presently owned by the Seller will convey with the property. 

Tract 1

This 338.6 + acres of native pasture grassland is cross fenced into two pastures. This tract as all-weather road access from CR 7 and is a quick 20 minute commute from downtown Amarillo.

The ~ 2,030 sq. ft. (Armstrong CAD) brick home has two bedrooms with large closets, two bathrooms, a finished basement, central heating and air conditioning, and a wood burning fireplace dividing the living area and the kitchen/dining area. You can sit on the covered back porch and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.  There is a double-car garage with door openers, a chain link fenced yard for your pets and an 80′ x 40′ wood framed barn with a concrete floor.  A domestic well provides water to the home. For pictures of Tract 1 click here.

Tract 2

Located along county road Echo Rd, this 308.73 + acre tract of native pasture grass is ready to turn out cattle. There is a water well and a set of cattle working pens located in the southern end of the tract. Good fencing and turf make this parcel a great addition for any cattle operation. There is one small trash pit in the northeast corner of this tract. For pictures of Tract 2 click here.

Tract 3

One of two Conservation Reserve Program tracts, this parcel is accessed along county road Echo Rd.  The CRP contract for these 115.8 + acres has an annual payment of $3,524.95 and will expire September 30, 2022. The Buyer shall become successor to any USDA FSA Conservation Reserve Program contract, the contract shall be in compliance at the time of closing, and the 2018/2019 CRP payment and all subsequent payments will convey to the Buyer. The fencing is good. This tract would make a good combination buy with Tract 4. For pictures of Tract 3 click here.

Tract 4

Located in the southeast corner of the section, this 235.5 + acres are also enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program with a contract that expires September 30, 2022 and has an annual payment of $7,025.55. The Buyer shall become successor to any USDA FSA Conservation Reserve Program contract, the contract shall be in compliance at the time of closing, and the 2018/2019 CRP payment and all subsequent payments will convey to the Buyer.This parcel is well fenced and has a good stand of native grass. This tract would make a great combo buy with Tract 3. For pictures of Tract 4 click here.

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Hartley Co. Irrigated Farm

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This is a historically productive irrigated farm, with a nice home and two car garage. This property also includes a 60X150 ft. shop and is very close to Dalhart.

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Beaver Co. OK 886 Acre Absolute Auction

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This Absolute Land Auction will take place at the Kiowa Kountry Senior Citizen Center on Pioneer Dr. in Booker, Texas, Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 2:00 pm.  Auction Day Registration will begin at 1:00 pm.

There will be an Auction Information Meeting at the same location on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 10:00 am. Be sure to attend this important meeting to learn more about this property and the multi-parcel auction process.

You may call 800-299-5263 to Pre-Register to bid at this auction.

This 886 + acre farm will be offered in four individual tracts.  You will be able to bid on an individual tract, a combination of tracts, or the entire property.

This farm is located in Beaver County, Oklahoma, approximately seven miles southeast of Balko, and consists of dryland cultivated land, irrigated farmland and approximately 70 acres of grass. There is an old house and barns on one tract.

This property offers you the opportunity to add to your current farming and livestock operation, or  would make a good start up place for a new farmer.

Tract 1 – 246 + Acres

This tract consists of 246 + acres.  On the north side of County Road E0330, on the northeast corner of this tract, there are approximately six acres with multiple outbuildings, including an old house, two barns, a livestock loafing shed, and a 45’ by 60’ round-top barn, with a concrete floor. The domestic well at the house is believed to be in good working order. There is believed to be a septic tank at the house in unknown condition.

The remainder of this tract lies on the south side of County Road E0330. There is approximately 70 acres of grassland that is fenced, with a domestic well, and a livestock loafing shed. The balance of the tract is farmland, of which 120 acres are irrigated. Irrigation water is provided by the well on Tract 2.  There is a 1980’s model T-L Sprinkler System that will convey with this tract. Three-phase electricity is available on two sides of this tract.  Access to this property is provided via County Road E0330 on the north side and County Road N1320 on the east.  This farm is currently planted to hay grazer.  This growing crop will be reserved and harvested by the Seller.

Legal Description:  E/2 of the NW/4 and all NE/4 of Section 26, T 1N, R 22 and 6 + acres in Section 23.

 

Tract 2 – 160 + Acres

This 160 + acre tract is located south of Tract 1 and is accessed by County Road N1320 on the east side. There is approximately 120 acres of irrigated farmland. A 2016 T-L Sprinkler System will convey with this tract.  This pivot has 38” tires, 30” drops, and is nozzled at 750 gpm. The natural gas irrigation well located on this tract is powered by a 454 Chevrolet motor and produces 800 gpm. This well currently provides irrigation water for Tract 1, Tract 2, and Tract 4.  This property is planted to hay grazer. This growing crop will be reserved and harvested by the Seller.  Three-phase electricity is available on one side of this tract.

Legal Description:  SE/4 of Section 26, T 1N, R 22

 

Tract 3 – 320 + Acres

The largest tract in this auction consists of 320 + acres, all of which is being dryland farmed. There are several terraces on this property. This tract is thought to be located in a good water area. Three-phase electricity is available on three sides of this tract. Access is provided by County Road E0330 on the north side and County Road N1330 on the east side.  Any growing crop will be reserved and harvested by the Seller.

Legal Description: NW/4 and NE/4 of Section 25, T 1N, R 22

 

Tract 4 – 160 + Acres

Accessed by County Road N1320 on the west side, this tract consists of 160 + acres of farmland, of which approximately 120 acres are irrigated. A 1999 T-L Sprinkler System with 38” tires will convey with this tract.  Irrigation water is currently being provided by the irrigation well on Tract 2.  This property is planted to hay grazer. This growing crop will be reserved and harvested by the Seller.  Three-phase electricity is available on one side of this tract.

Legal Description:  SW/4 of Section 25, T 1N, R22

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Sherman Co. Dryland

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This is a nice flat tract with 320 +/- acres. It has been swept and offers a good start to a winter wheat crop. With highway access and a close proximity to town, this property could offer an opportunity for a housing tract or a chance to add to an existing operation.

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Lipscomb Co. Ranchland

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A combination of excellent range land with wildlife crossing between two nearby creeks makes this a beautiful ranching and hunting opportunity. Being the home of the historic Valley Park School adds history to the section. Having one centrally located submersible water well with another cased well available for a wind mill makes grazing uniform across the pasture. It has multiple sources for electricity on the property for a home or additional wells. Perimeter fencing is good to excellent condition with a small gathering pen in fair condition on the East half. Having Wolf Creek and Buffalo Creek nearby makes this is a great location.

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Hardesty 160 Ac Online Auction

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This Online Bidding Only Absolute Auction is for 160 +/- acres in Texas County, Oklahoma east of Hardesty, Oklahoma.

Bidding on this auction will begin at 8:00 am CDT on Friday, August 17, 2018 and soft close at 12:00 noon CDT on Thursday, August 23, 2018. There is a 5% Buyer Premium for this Auction.

This is a 160 + Acre property with 157.7 + acres of mixed grasses enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program.  The CRP contract will expire September 30, 2022, and is enrolled at $35.70 per acre with an annual payment of $5,630.00.  The 2018 CRP payment (9-30-2018) is reserved by the Seller. However, all subsequent payments will convey to the Buyer.  100% of the mineral rights owned by the Sellers will convey to the Buyer.

The tract is located seven miles east of Hardesty on country dirt road N1090.  There is a gas well located in the southwest corner of the property.

The surrounding livestock and grain market area includes Guymon, Hooker, Beaver, Perryton, TX, and Liberal, KS.  Historical Webb Lake is located diagonally to the northeast and is home to area wildlife.

This is a great opportunity to increase your CRP acres and get the minerals too!

Legal Description:  NE/4 36-02N-18E West of the Cimarron Meridian Texas County, Oklahoma

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Ochiltree Co. Dryland Farm

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This Ochiltree County property has been used as farmland for 60+ years, passed along through family generations. Flood irrigated beginning in the 60’s and discontinued in the 1990’s. The property has one abandoned irrigation well (estimated to pump <200 gpm). There are opportunities for water as the area has several 600 gpm to 800 gpm irrigation wells. There is an estimated 150 ft of saturated water thickness across the section. This property has improvements consisting of a home, two barns with concrete floors, steel cattle pens and feeding equipment. This property is suited for dryland farming with potential for irrigation development.

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Hansford Co. Farmland

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This is a dryland farm with a strip of native grass through the center, that’s used as a water way. There is a dirt tank on the grass strip for water storage. No wells. Fenced on the north and east end only. Can be purchased by itself, or with the 489.11(+/-) acres in Section 11, on the west side of FM 136. Total with Section 11 would be 978.41(+/-) acres, priced at $1,076,242.

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Hansford Co. Dryland Farm

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This property is being farmed as dryland but there are two unused irrigation wells on the south side near Co Rd M. This property can be purchased by itself, or along with the 489.3(+/-) acres to the east in Section 20. Both farms together would be 978.41(+/-) acres priced at $1,076,242.