This is a nice flat piece of CRP land paying $42.80 per acre and expires in 2021. There is a mix of species of grass on the place. There are three old irrigation wells on the property in unknown condition. On the south side of the property there are several oil well locations. There are producing minerals on this property and the Seller will not convey any mineral estate.
This is a flat and productive irrigated farm with two late model Valley sprinklers and a 1998 T&L ½ mile sprinkler. There are six submersible wells on the property making a combined 675 gpm, as reported by the Seller. The water is not tied together between the sprinklers. The property is currently leased for 2020 summer crops.
Located on the corner of Moorman and 6th street, are 12 lots out of block 19 with a very nice Quonset barn on the property. There is electricity and city water available. Would make a great place to have a shop, store your toys, or build.
Legal Description: All of Lots 1-12 Blk 19 Old Town of Texhoma, OK
The Seller is a licensed Oklahoma Real Estate Broker. This license is currently Inactive. Corrected acres are to be 637.96 +/- acres. Possession of the farm ground will be 10 days after harvest of growing corn crop. Possession of the Grow-yard will be at closing. Possession of the Residence and South West Corner (Grass Land) will be on or before November 3,2020.
Bids will be taken on this Online Auction from 8:00 am CDT on Friday, August 21, 2020 until 12:00 noon CDT on Thursday, August 27, 2020.
This 640 + Acres of farmland, 4,000 head Grow Yard, and 3/2 Residence is located 16 miles southeast of Boise City, OK in Cimarron County, and will be offered at auction as one tract.
Legal Description: Section 24-T2N-R7E Cimarron County, OK including all water permits and feedyard “CAFO” Permits.
**Seller is a licensed Oklahoma Real Estate Broker. This license is currently Inactive.
This auction property is a very nice irrigated farm with a good-sized grow yard. It is conveniently located in the southeastern part of the county, just 16 miles southeast of Boise City, OK. And 25 miles north of Stratford, TX. This area is in the middle of some of the best wheat pasture grazing in the United States.
The farm is diverse, with 462 + acres of irrigated farmland, 118 + acres of dryland around the pivot circles, a CAFO permitted 4,000 head grow yard, and a three bedroom, two bathroom house. This property would make a great addition to any cattle operation or work well as a stand alone livestock production farm.
WELLS & SPRINKLERS
There are four Zimmatic center pivot sprinklers systems that are all 2013 or newer, with 38” tires and 60” spacing on the drops. Three natural gas wells (Well #2, #3, and #4) provide irrigation for the four circles. These irrigation wells are all tied together, metered and produce 1,665 gpm. The motors currently on the irrigation wells do not convey. Water for the grow yard and the residence is provided by two domestic wells (Well #1 and Well #5).
With 20 pens, 3,700 feet of bunk space, automatic waterers, and two Trojan hydraulic chutes, this Grow Yard is set up right to handle the 4,000 permitted capacity of either cows or yearlings. There is a 50’ x 100’ barn with a lean to that covers the cattle processing area. The barn houses the chutes and the hydraulic controls and has a vet room,
restroom, and an office.
There is a 15,000 ton silage pit and a 65’x 110’ Quonset Commodity Barn. The loading and unloading facilities are set up for speed and ease of loading. You can stage up to six loads of calves, which helps speed up the shipping
Water for the Grow Yard is provided by its own submersible well (Well #1). In case of an emergency, the water system is also plumbed so the irrigation wells can provide water to the facility. Utilities are available at an old trailer house site in the northeast corner of the farm.
The ~2,293 sq. ft. brick home is currently occupied by the owner. Possession will be given at closing and funding. This home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a basement. There is a fireplace in the living area.
Water is provided by a domestic well (Well #5). A natural gas Kohler generator with an automatic switch provides backup power to the home. There are two storage containers providing extra storage. Landscaping includes numerous mature trees.
Just north of Dimmitt in Castro County we are proud to offer 1,238.47 +/- acres of productive farm and range land. There are four pivots that are used in rotation between summer and winter crops. The current tenant grows a mix of cotton, corn, wheat, and summer and spring silage. The current tenant does an exceptional job farming this property with minimum tillage practices, and would like to continue farming the property if possible. There is a crop-share agreement through the completion of 2020 summer crops. This property is not restricted by wind turbines.
Acreage: Consisting of nearly two sections adding up to 1,238.47 acres of farm and grass land. There are 463 +/- acres being watered under pivot irrigation, and the remainder of the land is in grass. There is 480.12 acres that are in CRP until this September 2020.
Improvements: There are four center pivots of varying makes and models. There are two older T&L sprinklers on Circle 9 and Circle 10 that will be replaced with a new machines either this summer or upon completion of the growing crop. The other two sprinklers are in very good condition, have 38” tires, booster pumps, flow meters, and LDN nozzles on 60” centers. Two sprinklers are ran at once totaling up to 1,000 gpm applied by both. The sprinklers are included in the sale. There are fertilizer tanks, fertigation pumps, and FieldNet systems on the two newer sprinklers. The equipment is owned by the Tenant and can be purchased. There are also five and one-half miles of mostly new fence on the property.
Water: There are ten wells making a combined 1,000 gpm throughout the season. There are two electric turbines on the northwest side of the property, and the remainder of the active wells have submersible pumps. There is a 30 HP lake pump on the north and a 50 HP lake pump at Circle 9. These two lake pumps are plumbed into the system and can apply a lot of water during periods of rain. There are two additional unused wells on the south side of the property that are not plumbed in. The tenant reports that they test pumped approximately 50 gpm each. They were never further developed.
Utilities: The property is supplied well by three-phase power lines. There is single-phase electric line between the two sections.
Topography: This farm is mostly flat to rolling with several large Playa Lakes.
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS AS OBTAINED BY CLIFT LAND BROKERS FROM THE OWNER AND OTHER SOURCES AND EVEN THOUGH THIS INFORMATION IS CONSIDERED RELIABLE, NEITHER BROKER NOR OWNER MAKE ANY GUARANTEE, WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION AS TO CORRECTNESS OF ANY DATA OR DESCRIPTIONS AND THE ACCURACY OF SUCH STATEMENTS SHOULD BE DETERMINED THROUGH INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION MADE BY THE PROSPECTIVE PURCHASER.
Clift Land Brokers is an agent for the Seller. Buyer’s Agents must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospects on all showings to be allowed full participation. No Trespassing. The Farm is shown by appointment only.
This is an Absolute Sealed Bid Auction for 807 + grassland acres north of Canadian, Texas. Sealed Bids will be accepted between Friday, July 24th and 2:00 pm on Thursday, July 30th.
Call us today at 800.299.5263 to request your Sealed Bid Packet.
This property is a nice section and a quarter of contiguous grassland north of Canadian, Texas. Good fences divide the property into four pastures. The terrain is mostly rolling to heavy rolling native and improved grassland with loamy soils. 347 acres are currently enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. The CRP contract expires September 30, 2020, and no CRP payments will convey. There is one windmill/well that was drilled in 2008. The well logs show a well depth of 435 feet. There is also one well located in the CRP, with a static water level of 268 feet and 376 feet to red bed. One mile of fence is needed in the southwest corner (1/2 mile north/south and 1/2 mile east/west).
New Listing on 1/2 an acre in Dalhart!!! Here’s a 1,668 square foot home with plenty of space inside and out. This 3 bedroom and 2 bath home sits on 1/2 an acre with the dream shop in the back. The home has a cozy living room. The two guest rooms are to the side of the living room with one large full bathroom. The kitchen is large and open to the dining area with views to the covered patio area. This home has a huge master bedroom, attached master bath, and large closet. The dream shop sits behind the house with a gated driveway on the side. This shop is set up for fun work. A 30 x 50 insulated shop with a concrete floor, lights, air lines ran along the walls to hook air compressor, 220 plug, and a heater. This shop also has two 18 foot roll up doors with one of them having automatic opener. This is a one of a kind property in Dalhart!
Bidding on this Auction will begin at 8:00 am CDT Friday, September 11, 2020 and will “soft close” at 12:00 noon CDT on Thursday, September 17, 2020.
The Auction will “soft close” with five minute increments until five minutes elapses with no new bids. Please call our office at 800-299-5263 if you have any trouble registering to bid on this auction.
There are a total of 160 + Acres that will be offered in two individual 80 Acre Tracts. This auction is ABSOLUTE with NO RESERVE.….surface only.
This property is nice CRP property located one mile east of Texhoma, Oklahoma. This is your opportunity to buy the entire quarter section or a smaller 80 acre tract. Grain and livestock markets are located conveniently within the trade area, and electricity is located across the road to the west.
157.96 Acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. This CRP contract will expire
September 30, 2023. The Rental Rate on this contract is $27.76 per acre. You should contact the Texas County Farm Service Agency in Guymon, OK at (580) 338-7379 for more information regarding this contract. The CRP contract shall be in compliance at the time of closing. The 2020/21 CRP annual payment and all subsequent payments shall convey to the Buyer(s).
There is a grave site marked with a tombstone located in the southwest corner of Tract #2 (GPS 36.50484, -101.76226).
This is a great investment opportunity with future development potential for farming or livestock operation.
This is a rolling, sandy, grass pasture with several plum thickets and a few scattered trees. Great Quail habitat. All fenced and cross fenced, with a submersible well in the windmill hole. Two fiberglass drinkers for the livestock and wildlife.
This 159 +/- acre farm offers development potential. There are two wells without pumps in the holes. The north well was checked by a pump company a year ago and was estimated at over 200 gpm of production. The well by the sprinkler is in unknown condition. The wells are tied to the sprinkler by 8″ PVC line. There is an older Zimmatic Sprinkler that is not operational.
A portion of this farm is currently planted to wheat and the corners are in grass. The owner has not sprayed any chemicals in over three years on this property. There are electric lines to the wells and sprinklers, making this farm fairly easy to develop. The Seller is offering this farm with a reservation of the commercial wind generation royalty rights.