316 Acres Stafford County Land

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 12:00 PM

Carr Auction & Real Estate, Inc.
105 N. Main, Stafford, KS US

316 ACRES STAFFORD COUNTY LAND

A U C T I O N

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2017

COMMENCING AT 11:00 A.M.

SELLER: LUELLA M. DALE ESTATE

 LOCATION: THE GATHERING PLACE, 105 N. MAIN, STAFFORD, KS 67578

 

 316 ACRES STAFFORD COUNTY LAND

TRACT #1:  NE/4 14-23-12, (Less Farmstead), Stafford Co., KS. Consisting of 156 Acres, More or Less with 98.8 Acres Cropland & 52.9 Acres Pasture.  Cropland Will be Planted to Wheat.  2016 Taxes Were $1,137.08.

TRACT #2.  SE/4 11-23-12, Stafford Co., KS.  Consisting of 160 Acres, More or Less with 24.36 Acres Cropland & 131.7 Acres Pasture.  Cropland Will be Planted to Wheat. 2016 Taxes Were $754.12.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

TERMS:  $15,000 Down on Each Tract on Day of Sale.  Balance Due in 30 Days or Sooner With Title Approval.  Title Insurance Will Be Used, Cost Will Be Shared 50/50 Between Buyer & Seller. 

CROPS:  None of 2018 Wheat Crop to Buyers.  Currently Cash Leased.

POSSESSION:   January 30, 2018 on Pasture & After 2018 Wheat Harvest on Land Planted to Wheat.

MINERALS:  Sellers Mineral Interest Sells with Land and is Believed to be 100%.

TAXES:  2017 and All Prior Years Taxes to be Paid by the Seller. 

FSA INFO.:  Combined Bases for Tract #1 & Tract #2:  Wheat 83 Ac.; Grain Sorghum 7.9 Ac., Soybean 15.8 Ac.

Any Announcement Made Sale Day Shall Take Precedence Over All Advertised Material.  Sells Subject to All Easements, Leases & Right-of-Ways of Record.  Carr Auction & Real Estate, Inc. Will Be Acting as Seller’s Agent.

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