1/26 Bushnell Land Auction

Thursday, January 26, 2023

Lippard Auctioneers, Inc.
Purchaser agrees above items were sold "AsIs, Where Is" and with all faults. No Warranty or Guarantee is expressed or implied and each item is the sole responsibility of the purchaser from the moment the auctioneer declared the item sold.Signature:_______________________________________________________________
412 6th StreetAuction Location, Pond Creek, OK
320± ACRES * GRANT COUNTY * OKLAHOMA * CROPLAND * PASTURE * PONDPOND CREEK & LAMONT AREASKEVIN & KIM BUSHNELL AUCTIONLive w/Online BiddingTHURSDAY JANUARY 26TH, 2023 10AMAUCTION LOCATION: Grant County Expo Building, 412 6th Street Pond Creek, OklahomaTRACT 1Legal Description: SW/4 of Section (11), Township (26) North, Range (5), W.I.M. Grant County, OK. 160± acresThis good Grant County farm consists of approximately 160 acres more or less. According the county Farm Service Agency, there is 155.31 DCP cropland acres 154.70 wheat base and 32- bushel yield. This farm has very good 6 wire perimeter fencing with steel gates, corners and a pond. Principal soils are: Bethany Silt Loam, 0-1% slopes, class II; Kirkland Silt Loam, 1-3% slopes, class II; Tabler Silt Loam, 0-1% slopes, class II; Kirkland-Pawhuska Complex, 0-3% slopes, class II; Pond Creek Silt Loam, 0-1% slopes, class 1Directions to Farm: From the intersection of Hwy 81 & 60 in Pond Creek, OK. Go east 4.3 miles to MM road (blacktop 960 RD), then go 4 miles north to Grant Rd (CR190), then 1 mile east.Taxes: $413.00Possession: will be after the harvest of the existing wheat cropMinerals: Selling surface rights onlyTRACT 2Legal Description: SE/4 of Section (24), Township (25) North, Range (3), W.I.M. Grant County, OK. 160± acresThis grant county farm consists of approximately 160 acres more or less. This farm is established to improved Bermuda with some native grass pasture. There is a very good perimeter fence with steel corners and gates. According to the county Farm Service Agency, there is a 151.6 wheat base, 37 yield; .50 Soybean base, 9 yield and 3.10 Grain Sorghum base and 36 yield.Principal soils are: McLain-Drummond Complex, 0-1% slopes, class 1; Lela Clay, 0-1% slopes, class III; and Masham-Ashport Complex, 0-20% slopes, class VIDirections to Farm: From the intersection of Hwy 74 & 60 (south of Lamont, OK.) go 3 miles south to Cotton Rd, then 6 miles east to CR1100, then 1 mile south, then 1 mile east, this road will dead end in the middle of the property.Taxes: $232.00Possession: will be given at closingMinerals: Selling surface rights onlyPre-Auction Offers: No pre-auction offers will be accepted prior to auction date.Pre-View Land: can be done during daylight hours, please do not drive on crops.Internet Bidding: will be available by logging on to www.lippardauctions.com to register. Neither the Seller nor the Auction Company is responsible in the event of loss of internet signal be either side.Terms: 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.Disclaimer: All information has been taken from sources believed reliable; however, no guarantee is being made by the auction company nor the seller. Bidders should satisfy themselves as to any inspections prior to bidding. Financing must be in order prior to bidding. Any announcements made the day of the auction shall supersede any marketing.SELLERS: KEVIN & KIM BUSHNELL
Lot #: 1

SW/4 11-26N-5W Grant County Oklahoma

Legal Description: SW/4 of Section (11), Township (26) North, Range (5), W.I.M. Grant County, OK. 160± acresThis good Grant County farm consists of approximately 160 acres more or less. According the county Farm Service Agency, there is 155.31 DCP cropland acres 154.70 wheat base and 32- bushel yield. This farm has very good 6 wire perimeter fencing with steel gates, corners and a pond. Principal soils are: Bethany Silt Loam, 0-1% slopes, class II; Kirkland Silt Loam, 1-3% slopes, class II; Tabler Silt Loam, 0-1% slopes, class II; Kirkland-Pawhuska Complex, 0-3% slopes, class II; Pond Creek Silt Loam, 0-1% slopes, class 1Directions to Farm: From the intersection of Hwy 81 & 60 in Pond Creek, OK. Go east 4.3 miles to MM road (blacktop 960 RD), then go 4 miles north to Grant Rd (CR190), then 1 mile east.Taxes: $413.00Possession: will be after the harvest of the existing wheat cropMinerals: Selling surface rights only

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Lot #: 2

SE/4 24-25N-3W Grant County Oklahoma

Legal Description: SE/4 of Section (24), Township (25) North, Range (3), W.I.M. Grant County, OK. 160± acresThis grant county farm consists of approximately 160 acres more or less. This farm is established to improved Bermuda with some native grass pasture. There is a very good perimeter fence with steel corners and gates. According to the county Farm Service Agency, there is a 151.6 wheat base, 37 yield; .50 Soybean base, 9 yield and 3.10 Grain Sorghum base and 36 yield.Principal soils are: McLain-Drummond Complex, 0-1% slopes, class 1; Lela Clay, 0-1% slopes, class III; and Masham-Ashport Complex, 0-20% slopes, class VIDirections to Farm: From the intersection of Hwy 74 & 60 (south of Lamont, OK.) go 3 miles south to Cotton Rd, then 6 miles east to CR1100, then 1 mile south, then 1 mile east, this road will dead end in the middle of the property.Taxes: $232.00Possession: will be given at closingMinerals: Selling surface rights only

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