8 FARMS * HOMES * KINGFISHER & MAJOR COUNTIES * OKLAHOMA

Thursday, October 21, 2021

United Country | Heritage Brokers & Auctioneers
Online Auction Bidders AgreementTHIS IS A LEGALLY BINDING DOCUMENT. IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS SET FORTH HEREIN, PLEASE CONSULT AN ATTORNEY PRIOR TO SIGNING. I ________________________________ (Buyer) agree to immediately enter into a Purchase Contract if I am declared the high bidder (winning bidder) by the auctioneer during the following auction:897+/- acres of land (offered in 8 farms) which are located in Major and Kingfisher Counties, Oklahoma. FARM 1: 148+/- acre agricultural farm located in the NE/4 of Sec. 6-20N-9 WIM, Major Co, OK.FARM 2: 157+/- acre ag / recreational farm located in the NW/4 of Sec. 3-19N-5 WIM, Kingfisher Co, OK. FARM 3: 134 +/- acre agricultural farm located in the SE/4 of Sec. 15-19N-6 WIM, Kingfisher Co, OK.FARM 4: 135 +/- acre agricultural farm located in the SE/4 of Sec. 30-18N-6 WIM, Kingfisher Co, OK.FARM 5: 77 +/- acre agricultural farm located in the E/2 NW/4 of Sec. 34-18N-6 WIM, Kingfisher Co, OK.FARM 6: 40 +/- acres with a home located in the N/2 S/2 NE/4 of Sec. 31-18N-5 WIM, Kingfisher Co, OK. FARM 7: 75 +/- acres with a home located in the E/2 SW/4 of Sec. 21-17N-5 WIM, Kingfisher Co, OK. FARM 8: 131 +/- acre ag / recreational farm located in the SW/4 of Sec. 12-17N-5 WIM, Kingfisher Co, OK. Bidding Open & Close Dates/Times: Online Bidding Opens on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 at 6:00pm CT Online Bidding Closes on Thursday, October 21st, 2021 at 6:00pm CTBy signing below, I agree that I have read and fully understand the Online Auction Bidders Agreement and the Terms and Conditions of this auction.I fully understand and agree that an Online Auction Bidders Agreement MUST be signed and returned to the auction company, prior to being allowed to bid in the Online Auction. As a bidder, it is solely my responsibility to contact the auction company at (877) 318-0438 with any questions regarding the auction, purchase agreement, or terms & conditions, prior to placing any bids in said auction. Online Auction Terms & Conditions1) Seller?s Confirmation: The properties are being offered in an Online Only Auction, with all bids subject to approval by Seller.2) Auction Bidding Registration: Online bidder hereby acknowledges that they must be properly registered for the online auction by completing and signing the (Online Auction Bidders Agreement), which will be sent by email via DocuSign. Upon completing this registration form and receiving approval, bidding privileges will be turned on. If you need assistance with registration, you may contact Lucinda Terrel at (816) 420-6257 or by email at [email protected] Seller(s) may at their sole discretion request additional registration requirements from any bidder unknown to them or the auction company.3) Bidding Opens/Closes: The Online Only Auction (i.e. Internet Auction) bidding shall be opened and begin closing on the dates and times stated above. 4) Property Preview: The property can be previewed by personal inspection. FARMS 6 & 7 have homes and the homes will be open on (Sunday, Oct 3rd and Oct 17th) during the home inspection dates, or by contacting the auction managers: Shane Terrel (580) 327-7889 and Mitch Terrel (580) 732-0504. Property previews are encouraged prior to placing a bid in the auction. There may be livestock in a pasture, so please keep all the gates closed while inspecting. Please do not drive on any crops that may be present. Direct all questions to the auction company, see website for preview dates when staff will be onsite. 5) No Financing Contingency: By participating in this auction, bidders hereby agree that their bid shall NOT be subject to the bidder?s ability to obtain financing. By placing a bid in this auction, bidders are making a ?cash offer? to purchase the property and financing is NOT a contingency in the purchase agreement.6) Buyer?s Premium: A Five Percent (5%) Buyer?s Premium shall be added to the final bid price placed online, which will determine the Total Contract Sales Price. Bidders hereby understand that the Buyer?s Premium shall be added to the winning bid to create the Total Contract Sales Price for which they are obligated to pay for the property.7) Purchase Contract: Winning bidder hereby agrees to enter into a Contract to Purchase the property immediately upon being notified of the Seller?s acceptance of their winning bid. Upon the close of the auction the winning bidder will be forwarded via email the Auction Real Estate Sales Contract to purchase the property. A signed copy of the Auction Real Estate Sales Contract must be received by the Auction Company within 24 hours from the time said Purchase Contract was sent to the winning bidder. The Auction Real Estate Sales Contract may be (hand delivered, or scanned and emailed). A copy of the Auction Real Estate Sales Contract is available for review online prior to placing any bids in the auction. 8) Down Payment/Earnest Deposit: A non-refundable down payment of Ten Percent (10%) of the total contract purchase price will be wire transferred or hand delivered in the form of certified funds to the Title Company no later than 48 hours following the close of auction. See closing agents contact information below. The balance of the purchase price will be due in full at closing.9) Closing: Closing shall be on or by November 22nd, 2021. Closing shall take place at Fairview Abstract Company, 116 E. Broadway, Fairview, OK 73737. Closing Agent is Todd McCue and his phone number is 580-227-4524 email is [email protected] Out of state buyers will be afforded the opportunity to close via email, mail and wire transfer of certified funds.10) Easements: The sale of the property is subject to any and all easements filed of record.11) Minerals: All farms are being offered surface only, and no mineral rights are being sold or transferred. 12) Survey: Farms (3, 4, 5, 7, 8) have small operation tracts that are being retained and these tracts have been surveyed. A copy of the survey for each retained tract as well as the balance of the farm can be found in the Property Information Packet (PIP). The remaining farms are adequately legally described and no boundary survey shall be required or provided by the seller. Any additional survey desired by the buyer will be at the buyer?s sole cost. 13) Possession: Possession of the property will be given upon payment in full of the purchase price and transfer of title at closing.14) Title: Title to the Property will be conveyed by a Warranty Deed in a form acceptable to Seller. Seller shall provide Buyer with a Commitment for Title Insurance (the ?Commitment?) issued by the Title Company showing merchantable title in Sellers to the Property, subject however to Standard Policy Exceptions stated in the Commitment, instruments filed of record, easements of record and visible easements. All Closing costs, including abstract update, certification, closing/escrow fees, deed preparation, recording fees and Title Insurance will be divided equally between Seller and Buyer. 15) Taxes: Seller shall pay any previous years taxes (if due), and the current year?s real estate taxes shall be prorated to the date of closing. 16) Online Auction Technology (Disclaimer): Under no circumstances shall Bidder have any kind of claim against United Country ? Heritage Brokers & Auctioneers, Broker of record, or anyone else, if the Internet service fails to work correctly before or during the auction. Online bidding is subject to technology faults and issues which are outside the control of the auction company. Bidder(s) are encouraged to use the ?Maximum Bid? feature on the bidding platform and lock in their maximum bid amount, if they are concerned about technology failure during the auction. The SELLER and/or Auction Company reserves the right to (pause) the online auction bidding in the event of any internal or external technology failure, to preserve the integrity of the auction event and maintain a fair and impartial bidding environment.17) Soft Close: If a bid is received within the last 3 minutes of the auction, the auction close time will automatically extend 3 minutes to allow other bidders an opportunity to competitively bid prior to the auction closing. This feature eliminates "snipers" and encourages fair and impartial bidding from all participants.18) Disclaimer: All information provided is believed to be accurate; however, no liability for its accuracy, errors or omissions is assumed. All lines drawn on maps, photographs, etc. are approximate. Buyers should verify the information to their satisfaction. Information is subject to change without notice. There are no warranties either expressed or implied pertaining to this property. Real estate is being sold "As-Is, Where-Is" with NO warranties expressed or implied. Please make all inspections and have financing arranged prior to the end of bidding. The Auctioneer reserves the right to bid on behalf of the Seller up to, but not beyond the Seller?s reserve price (if applicable). The property is available for and subject to sale prior to auction. By participating in this auction, Buyers hereby acknowledge that any bid(s) placed by them is a binding agreement to purchase the property, subject to the bid being approved by Seller (if applicable).19) Pre-Auction Offers: As an agent for the Seller, the Auctioneer must present any and all bona fide written offers to the Seller, which may be created outside of the online bidding platform. Therefore, all properties are subject to pre-auction sales. Pre-auction offers must meet all of the auction terms and conditions, and must be submitted to the Auctioneer on the Auction Real Estate Sales Contract, along with the required non-refundable down payment. Properly submitted offers will be presented to the Seller in a timely manner. Seller may accept or reject such offer at their sole and absolute discretion. When a pre-auction offer is submitted, all properly registered online bidders will be notified that ?an offer? has been submitted and on which specific property, however the amount of the offer shall remain confidential. All pre-auction offers must allow a minimum of 24 hours for seller?s acceptance.
ONLINE ONLY BIDDING, HENNESSEY, OK
Oklahoma Land & Home AuctionOUTSTANDING HUNTING * CATTLE GRAZING * CROPLAND * COUNTRY HOMESKINGFISHER & MAJOR COUNTIES, OKLAHOMA * 897+/- ACRES (8 FARMS) ONLINE BIDDING CLOSES: Thursday, October 21st, 2021 at 6:00 PM (CST)REGISTER & BID ONLINE: Go to www.BidHeritage.com and register online. All bidding is conducted online only and registration can take up to 24 hours, so please register before the final day.PROPERTY LOCATIONS: (7 FARMS) are located east of U.S. Hwy 81 in Kingfisher County. (1 FARM) is located in the SE corner of Major County, on the west side of Ames, OK. For the exact location of all farms, see map link below or view map on auction website. (Watch for Auction Signs).LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS: The full legal descriptions for each farm are outlined in the Property Information Packets (PIP). Any farms with an outparcel being retained (containing O&G operations) have already been surveyed. MAP LINK: https://uc.mapright.com/ranching/maps/cd48954775ca8eda6fb14c69e88d5402/share ORDER OF AUCTION: All (8 FARMS) are being offered individually. Bidders have the ability to bid on each farm throughout the auction. All farms will remain open until all bidding has ceased at the close of auction. PROPERTY INSPECTION: Property previews are encouraged prior to placing a bid in the auction. The property (homes) can be viewed by contacting Shane Terrel (580) 327-7889 or Mitch Terrel (580) 732-0504. Do not drive on crops that may be present. Direct all questions to the auction representatives above. Auction Staff will have both homes open (FARMS 6 & 7) for inspections on the following dates:Sunday, October 3rd at 4:00PM (CST)Sunday, October 17th at 4:00PM (CST)GENERAL SUMMARY: This auction has something for everyone. Multiple farms located in NW Oklahoma with country homes, outstanding hunting, recreational land, farming, pasture, ponds, and lots of rural Oklahoma lifestyle. Each of the farms have excellent blacktop or county road access. The majority of the farms are situated approximately 40 minutes north of OKC and offer an outstanding escape from the city, for the avid hunter or outdoor enthusiast. Kingfisher and Major Counties have a long reputation for agricultural production, cattle grazing and trophy whitetail and turkey hunting. Whether you?re looking for your own personal farm or a solid investment, there is a farm in this auction for you. TRACTS DESCRIPTION: 897+/- acres offered in (8 FARMS), see each lot for individual descriptions.SURVEY: Farms (3, 4, 5, 7, 8) have small operation tracts that are being retained and these tracts have been surveyed. A copy of the survey for each retained tract as well as the balance of the farm can be found in the Property Information Packet (PIP). The remaining farms are adequately legally described and no boundary survey shall be required or provided by the seller. Any additional survey desired by the buyer will be at the buyer?s sole cost. POSSESSION: Possession of the property will be given upon payment in full of the purchase price and transfer of title at closing, subject to any existing agricultural leases. TAXES: The current year?s taxes will be prorated to the day of closing. All previous years taxes will be paid by Seller. MINERALS: All farms are being offered surface only, and no mineral rights are being sold or transferred. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Any livestock or farm equipment, hunting equipment, and personal property currently located on any of the farms can belong to the seller or tenant and may be removed prior to closing and possession. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Multiple farms and country homes this close to OKC do not often come available at auction. Make sure to take advantage of this opportunity and come inspect these properties in advance so you?re prepared to win the bid online. All farms are being offered in this Online Only Auction Event. Contact the auction company with any questions related to the sale prior to the end of the auction. SELLER: BCE-Mach III LLC.
Lot #: 1

148+/- Acres Grassland * Morton Bldg. * Major Co.

FARM 1: is 148+/- acres in Major County, Oklahoma with an approx. 24 x 72 Morton building and located on blacktop road on the west edge of Ames, Oklahoma. Hoyle Creek runs the length of the property dividing into separate fields of grassland used for haying and grazing and it is served by roads on the north and east sides. The southeast corner of this farm has almost 2 acres in thick tree-covered habitat, separated by railroad tracks. The balance of the farm is well-drained and gently sloping grassland. The barn is located on the north side along the road and is approximately 24x72 with metal roof and siding. Soil Types: Canadian fine sandy loam, 0-1% slopes, class 1; Waldeck loam, 0-1% slopes, class 2w; Derby loamy fine sand, 0-3% slopes, class 3e; Gaddy fine sand, 0-1% slopes, class 5w. FSA Info: According to the Major County, OK FSA Office, there are 69.87 cropland acres, with a 61.60 acre wheat base and 33 bushel yield. Location: ½ mile west of Ames, Oklahoma, south side of highway. Legal: Lies in NE/4 of Section 6-20N-9W, Major County, Oklahoma.
Lot #: 2

157+/- Acres Hunting & Recreational, Kingfisher Co

FARM 2: 157+/- acres in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma consisting of outstanding hunting and recreational land on Skeleton Creek. This farm provides first-class Whitetail Deer hunting and has all of the necessary components for a trophy hunting experience with almost a mile of Skeleton Creek snaking through the middle of the property. The areas along the creek are dense timber that divides the cropland with mid-level cover in the transition areas. Soil types are favorable for all crops grown in the area and will support high protein grain and forage crops for wildlife habitat. The large trees provide adequate roosting areas for Rio Grande Turkey and cover for small game. The water features along skeleton creek together with the water traps and marshy areas on neighboring farms allow for Waterfowl hunting opportunities. This is a secluded area with very limited traffic.Soil Types: Ashport clay loam, 0-1% slopes, class 2w; Grainola clay loam, 1-3% slopes, class 3s; Miller clay loam, saline, 0-1% slopes, class 4w; Grainola-Masham complex, 3-5% slopes, class 4e. FSA Info: According to the Kingfisher County, OK FSA Office, there are 83.16 cropland acres, with a 65.2 acre wheat base and 32 bushel yield. Location: ½ mile south of Marshall, OK, then 5½ miles west on Co Rd. 60, then ½ mile north on 2960 Rd. Legal: Lies in NW/4 of Section 3-19N-5W Kingfisher County, Oklahoma.
Lot #: 3

134+/- Ac Cropland, Grazing, Hunting * Kingfisher

FARM 3: 134+/- acres in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma. This combination farm offers cultivated cropland along with haying & grazing pasture with some hunting opportunity in the west portions and potential for a home or cabin site. There is a seasonal stock pond on this farm holding water during the wet months. This is a nice level Ag farm with frontage along Highway 51 offering excellent access. Soil Types: Pond Creek silt loam, 1-3% slopes, class 1; Renfrow clay loam, 0-1% slopes, class 1; Renthin clay loam, 1-3% slopes, class 3e; Kingfisher-Wakita complex, 1-3% slopes, class 3e. FSA Info: According to the Kingfisher County, OK FSA Office, there are 127.66 cropland acres, with a 127.66 acre wheat base and 31 bushel yield. Location: 3½ miles east of Hennessey, OK on State Hwy 51, north side of highway. Legal: Lies in SE/4 of Section 15-19N-6W, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma. SURVEY: Farms (3, 4, 5, 7, 8) have small operation tracts that are being retained and these tracts have been surveyed. A copy of the survey for each retained tract as well as the balance of the farm can be found in the Property Information Packet (PIP). The remaining farms are adequately legally described and no boundary survey shall be required or provided by the seller. Any additional survey desired by the buyer will be at the buyer?s sole cost.
Lot #: 4

135+/- Acres Grass Pasture * Kingfisher County, OK

FARM 4: 135+/- acres in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma that is currently in grass pasture but lends itself to crop production if so desired. The farm is easily accessed via county road on the east side and blacktop frontage on the south side of the farm. This property is close to Dover, Oklahoma and U.S. Hwy 81. This farm offers a diversified combination for small grain or hay production with grazing and hunting features. There?s a thick tree covered area (approximately 8 acres) in the eastern portion of the farm just south of a nice sized pond. Soil Types: Lovedale fine sandy loam, 1-3% slopes, class 2e; Lovedale-Carwile ponded complex, 0-3% slopes, class 2e; Devol loamy fine sand, 0-3% slopes, class 3e. FSA Info: According to the Kingfisher County, OK FSA Office, there are 140.4 cropland acres, with a 60.9 acre wheat base and 31 bushel yield, and an 11.6 acre grain sorghum base and 39 bushel yield. Location: From Dover, OK go 2 miles north on U.S. Hwy 81, then 1½ miles east on E 700 Road. Legal: Lies in SE/4 of Section 30-18N-6W, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma. SURVEY: Farms (3, 4, 5, 7, 8) have small operation tracts that are being retained and these tracts have been surveyed. A copy of the survey for each retained tract as well as the balance of the farm can be found in the Property Information Packet (PIP). The remaining farms are adequately legally described and no boundary survey shall be required or provided by the seller. Any additional survey desired by the buyer will be at the buyer?s sole cost.
Lot #: 5

77+/- Acres Agriculture Farm * Kingfisher County

FARM 5: 77+/- acres in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma that had previously been in crop production but is not currently being farmed. The property has excellent access via a blacktop road along the north side and has a lot of possibilities for the new owner. The farm could transition into a cattle farm and the southern portions of the property appear to have a higher water table which could potentially be utilized for conservation purposes or improved for waterfowl hunting. Soil Types: Dougherty-Eufaula complex, 0-3% slopes, class 3e & 4e. FSA Info: According to the Kingfisher County, OK FSA Office, there are 79.91 cropland acres, with a 22.6 acre wheat base and 30 bushel yield, and a 2.8 acre oat base and 38 bushel yield. Location: From Dover, OK go 1 mile north on U.S. Hwy 81, then 4¼ miles east on E 700 Road to the farm. Legal: Lies in E/2 of NW/4 of Section 34-18N-6W, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma. SURVEY: Farms (3, 4, 5, 7, 8) have small operation tracts that are being retained and these tracts have been surveyed. A copy of the survey for each retained tract as well as the balance of the farm can be found in the Property Information Packet (PIP). The remaining farms are adequately legally described and no boundary survey shall be required or provided by the seller. Any additional survey desired by the buyer will be at the buyer?s sole cost.
Lot #: 6

40+/- Acres Pasture/Timber * Home * Horse Barn

FARM 6: 40+/- acres in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma consisting of a nice country home, horse barn and pasture/timber land. This property is complimented by a nice 5 bedroom, 4 bath home with 2 car attached garage. The layout and amenities include open plan living, dining and kitchen area, a 2nd story great room above the garage. Great room has a large projection screen with a free-standing wood-burning stove and a bathroom. Central Heat/AC throughout the house. Fully furnished with appliances, beds, living room furniture and 2 complete washer/dryer sets. Built-in fireplace in the living room. Concrete storm cellar is conveniently located within the interior of the house close to the exit. There are multiple porches, decks and balconies connected to the house. The 50 x 64 horse barn has a concrete floor and doubles as a shop/garage. It is fully wired with electric service and frost-free hydrant inside. There are 2 horse stalls that open to the interior and the outside covered area. Covered porches on horse barn are approx. 12 feet and run the full length of the barn. Barn has a full length gutter and downspouts and sets to the north end of the yard complimenting the house. The yard area is shaded with large oak trees and sets conveniently from the road for privacy. The homesite area is surrounded by approximately 8-10 acres of trees with a pond north of the home. The balance of the farm is open grassland and scattered trees that would serve a variety of purposes.Soil Types: Lovedale-Carwile ponded complex, 0-1% slopes, class 2e; Dougherty-Eufaula complex, 0-3% slopes, class 3e; Devol loamy fine sand, 0-3% slopes, class 3e & 4e. FSA Info: According to the Kingfisher County, OK FSA Office, there are 28.77 cropland acres, with a 25.0 acre wheat base and 24 bushel yield. Location: From Dover, OK go 1 mile north on U.S. Hwy 81, then 8 miles east on E 700 Road, then ½ mile south on N 2940 Road. Legal: Lies in N/2 of S/2 of NE/4 of Section 31-18N-5W, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma.
Lot #: 7

75+/- Acres Hunting * Home * Horse Barn * Corrals

FARM 7: 75+/- acres in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma consisting of outstanding hunting land, country home, horse barn, livestock sheds and corrals. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a first-class hunting property located only ½ mile north of the Cimarron River on the East Fork of Sooner Creek, with a nice cabin style home that has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, living, kitchen, enclosed porch with independent heat/air unit that could be used as an additional bedroom, and much more. The kitchen was recently updated with all new appliances and amenities to include (Bosch double ovens, induction cooktop, GE stainless exhaust hood, built-in coffee/espresso machine, built-in microwave, deep basin farm sink with commercial stainless faucet, and much more). There are 2 fireplaces and central heat/ac throughout, Floor coverings are a combination of wood, tile or carpet, depending on the room. The master bath has a walk-in shower and sunken Lasco jet tub. Outside the home is a horse barn w/stalls, multiple sheds, outbuildings, garage, round pen, corrals and smoke-shack style BBQ area. The horse facilities include a metal framed horse barn with rustic ?barn wood? exterior finish, 4 stalls and a tack room. The barn connects to the corral leading to the round pen. There is electric service at the meter which is plumbed with a Generac brand transfer switch for emergency power, and it is ready for the new owner to hook up their generator. The country home has the appearance of a hunting cabin pushed back in the woods. The majority of the farm is covered with oak trees and dense vegetation supporting excellent Whitetail Deer and Rio Grande Turkey hunting. The neighboring farms produce soybeans and other high protein crops which provide incredible food sources for area wildlife. Soil Types: Lovedale fine sandy loam, 3-5% slopes, class 3e; Eufaula fine sand, 5-15% slopes, class 6e, Devol loamy fine sand, 0-3% slopes, class 3e. FSA Info: According to the Kingfisher County, OK FSA Office, there are 9.18 cropland acres, with a 9.18 acre wheat base and 30 bushel yield. Location: From Cresent, OK go 7 miles west on the Dover/Cresent blacktop, then 2 miles south on N 2960 Road, then ½ mile west on E 0750 Road. Legal: Lies in E/2 of SW/4 of Section 21-17N-5W, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma. SURVEY: Farms (3, 4, 5, 7, 8) have small operation tracts that are being retained and these tracts have been surveyed. A copy of the survey for each retained tract as well as the balance of the farm can be found in the Property Information Packet (PIP). The remaining farms are adequately legally described and no boundary survey shall be required or provided by the seller. Any additional survey desired by the buyer will be at the buyer?s sole cost.
Lot #: 8

131+/- Acres Hay Fields & Timber * Kingfisher Co.

FARM 8: 131+/- acres in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma consisting of a very nice balance of open hay fields and timber land. This farm is located on the Dover/Cresent blacktop and offers a great investment and hunting opportunity to the new owner. This farm is mostly cleared pasture on the western half of the property, and dense timber with carved openings on the eastern portions. The land supports livestock grazing and excellent hunting potential. There are multiple homesites to be found on this property and it would be easily divisible if the buyer elected to go that route. Soil Types: Dougherty-Eufaula complex, 3-8% slopes, class 3e & 4e; Devol loamy fine sand, 0-3% slopes, class 3e; Eufaula fine sand, 5-15%, class 6e. FSA Info: According to the Kingfisher County, OK FSA Office, there are 95.34 cropland acres, with a 50.6 acre wheat base and 28 bushel yield. Location: From Cresent, OK go 4 ¾ miles west on the Dover/Cresent blacktop to the farm. Legal: Lies in SW/4 of Section 12-17N-5W, Kingfisher County Oklahoma. SURVEY: Farms (3, 4, 5, 7, 8) have small operation tracts that are being retained and these tracts have been surveyed. A copy of the survey for each retained tract as well as the balance of the farm can be found in the Property Information Packet (PIP). The remaining farms are adequately legally described and no boundary survey shall be required or provided by the seller. Any additional survey desired by the buyer will be at the buyer?s sole cost.

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