5/24 HAFFEY FAMILY AUCTION

Monday, May 24, 2021

Lippard Auctioneers, Inc.
Internet Bidding: will be available by logging on to www.lippardauctions.com to register. Neither the Auction Company nor the Seller is responsible in the event of loss of internet signal by either side.Terms:10% of the total purchase price is to be placed in escrow 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 Seller nor the Auction Company. Bidders must satisfy themselves as to any inspections prior to bidding. All financing must be in order prior to bidding. Any announcements made the day of the auction shall supersede all advertising or comments. SELLER: HAFFEY FAMILY
E0680 Rd & N2610 Rd, HITCHCOCK,, OK
320± ACRES * BLAINE COUNTY OKLAHOMA * OKEENE AREA * OFFERED IN TWO TRACTS * GRAIN BIN SOLD SEPARATELY * PONDS * CREEK * RURAL WATERHAFFEY FAMILY AUCTIONMONDAY MAY 24TH 202110:00AMAUCTION LOCATION: E0680 Rd & N2610 Rd HITCHCOCK, OK, 73744Both tracts will be sold from Tract 1. From the intersection of Hwy 51 & 8 in Okeene, OK. Go 6 miles south to CR 680, then 1.5 mile west.TRACT 1Legal Description: NW/4 of Section (23), Township (18) North, Range (11), W.I.M. Blaine County, OK.Directions to Farm: From the intersection of Hwy 51 & 8 in Okeene, OK. Go 6 miles south to CR 680, then 1.5 mile west.Taxes: $426.00Possession: will be given after the harvest of the existing 2021 wheat crop.This tract consists of approximately 160 acres more or less. According to county Farm Service Agency there is 154.83 DCP crop acres with 153.10 wheat base, and a PLC yield of 26. The balance is in grass pasture, potion of cemetary and waterways. This fam does have North Blaine Rural water! Principal soil types are: Port Clay Loam, class II; Kingfisher-Huska complex, class II; Renthin Silty Clay Loam, class III; McLain Silty Clay Loam, class I; Vernon Clay Loam, class III; Kingfisher Silt Loam, class II and other.TRACT 2Legal Description: SE/4 of Section (23), Township (18) North, Range (11), W.I.M. Blaine County, OK.Directions to Farm: From the intersection of Hwy 51 & 8 in Okeene, OK. Go 6 miles south to CR 680, then 1 mile west, then ½ mile southTaxes: $420.00Possession: will be given after the harvest of the existing 2021 wheat crop.This tract consists of approximately 159 acres more or less. According to the county Farm Service Agency there is 110.82 DCP crop acres with 108.50-acre wheat base and a PLC yield of 26. The balance is in grass pasture, ponds and waterways. There is electric power, 2-cone bottom grain bins, 1-flat bottom, 1- slant 210- barrel grain bin, old windmill and older set of buildings/calf sheds. This tract does have North Blaine Rural water located on this property, good perimeter/cross fencing and creek about south center of the farm. Principal soils are: Port Loam, class II; Norge Loam, class I & II; Rentin-Grainola complex, class III; Vernon Clay Loam, class III; McLain Silty Clay Loam, class I; Yahola Loam, class II and otherGrain Bin: 210- barrel slant bin made on skid being sold separately from the surface. 10' wide x 16' long x 20' tall Terms on Overhead Bin: 100% of the total purchase price is to be paid day of auction!Auctioneers Note: These are two nice cattle/grain production farms located very close to each other. Each farm will separately only. All personal property, hay, etc. belongs to the tenant and will not sell with the surface rights. Property Viewing: can be done during daylight hours only. Do Not drive on any crops!Pre-Auction Offers: No pre-offers will be accepted prior to auction date.Minerals: selling surface rights only
Lot #: 1

NW 23-18N-11W Blaine County OK

TRACT 1Legal Description: NW/4 of Section (23), Township (18) North, Range (11), W.I.M. Blaine County, OK.Directions to Farm: From the intersection of Hwy 51 & 8 in Okeene, OK. Go 6 miles south to CR 680, then 1.5 mile west.Taxes: $426.00Possession: will be given after the harvest of the existing 2021 wheat crop.This tract consists of approximately 160 acres more or less. According to county Farm Service Agency there is 154.83 DCP crop acres with 153.10 wheat base, and a PLC yield of 26. The balance is in grass pasture, potion of cemetary and waterways. This fam does have North Blaine Rural water! Principal soil types are: Port Clay Loam, class II; Kingfisher-Huska complex, class II; Renthin Silty Clay Loam, class III; McLain Silty Clay Loam, class I; Vernon Clay Loam, class III; Kingfisher Silt Loam, class II and other.
Lot #: 2

SE 23-18N-11W Blaine County OK

TRACT 2Legal Description: SE/4 of Section (23), Township (18) North, Range (11), W.I.M. Blaine County, OK.Directions to Farm: From the intersection of Hwy 51 & 8 in Okeene, OK. Go 6 miles south to CR 680, then 1 mile west, then ½ mile southTaxes: $420.00Possession: will be given after the harvest of the existing 2021 wheat crop.This tract consists of approximately 159 acres more or less. According to the county Farm Service Agency there is 110.82 DCP crop acres with 108.50-acre wheat base and a PLC yield of 26. The balance is in grass pasture, ponds and waterways. There is electric power, 2-cone bottom grain bins, 1-flat bottom, 1- slant 210- barrel grain bin, old windmill and older set of buildings/calf sheds. This tract does have North Blaine Rural water located on this property, good perimeter/cross fencing and creek about south center of the farm. Principal soils are: Port Loam, class II; Norge Loam, class I & II; Rentin-Grainola complex, class III; Vernon Clay Loam, class III; McLain Silty Clay Loam, class I; Yahola Loam, class II and other
Lot #: 3

210- barrel slant bin made on skid Grain Bin

10' wide x 16' long x 20' tall to be moved100% Due day of the auction.

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