Land Auction – 787.27 +/- Acres in Nance County, NE, Offered in 5 Tracts

SOLD AT AUCTION
Tract 1 sold for $3,550/acre.
Tract 2 sold for $4,000/acre.
Tract 3 sold for $3,400/acre.
Tract 4 sold for $7,900/acre.
Tract 5 sold for $4,600/acre.

Live & Online Land Auction

787.27 +/- Acres
Nance County, NE

Tuesday, April 9th
10:00 a.m.

Eagles Club
327 Broadway Street
Fullerton, NE 68638

Bid Online at: Bid.AgWestLand.com

AgWest Land Brokers is proud to offer 5 tracts of highly productive farm ground in Nance County, Nebraska. These farms would make a great addition to any farming operation and are open for the 2024 growing season.

 

Tract 1 Details
Located conveniently off the main highway, this hard-to-find pasture boasts excellent grass and a solar pump for water supply. With great fencing and availability for the 2024 grass season, this property is perfect for expanding your cattle herd.

Total Acres (Per Assessor) – 69.94 +/-
Grass Acres – 68.0 +/-
Other Acres – 1.94 +/-

Legal Description
Pt. of the N1/2 of SW1/4 Section 35, Township 16 North, Range 6 West, West Newman 144

Property Taxes – $ 1,349.18

Irrigation Equipment
• Solar-powered cattle pump
• 1 – Certified well

Other information
• Fences are in great shape

FSA Information
Total Cropland Acres: 69.47 +/-
Corn – 53.4 Base Acres – 109 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 5.1 Base Acres – 33 PLC Yield
Wheat – 0.9 Base Acres – 35 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – 0.1 Base Acres – 64 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 59.5

Property Directions
Take Highway 14 south of Fullerton roughly 2 1/2 miles. The property is located on the east side of Highway 14.

 

Tract 2 Details
This is a productive, pivot irrigated tract of land, with most of the farm having certified irrigated acres. This is a certified organic tract of land that is conveniently located near elevators and ethanol plants. The pivot system is well-maintained. The northwest corner of the property is an ideal spot for deer hunting. A survey will be conducted to determine exact acres and boundaries.

Total Estimated Acres – 205 +/-
Irrigated Acres – 135.96 +/-
Dryland Acres – 39.04 +/-
Grass Acres – 15 +/-
Recreational Acres – 13 +/-
Other Acres – 2 +/-

Legal Descriptions
Pt. of the SE1/4 of Section 31, Township 16 North, Range 5 West, East Newman 137
NE1/4 of Section 31, Township 16 North, Range 5 West, East Newman 137

Estimated Property Taxes – $ 8,801.82

Irrigation Information
Located in the Central Platte NRD and has certified irrigation rights for 135.96 acres.

Irrigation Equipment
• Reinke center pivot
• 12 – Certified wells

Estimated FSA Information
Total Cropland Acres: 172.12 +/-
Corn – 132.12 Base Acres – 125 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 11.94 Base Acres – 33 PLC Yield
Wheat – 2.12 Base Acres – 35 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – .14 Base Acres – 65 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 146.32

Property Directions
Go south of Fullerton on Highway 14 to 555th Road. Turn and go east approximately 2 miles to 290th Avenue. Turn and go south roughly 2 1/2 miles. The property is on the west side of the road.

 

Tract 3 Details
This is a certified organic tract of land that would be a perfect fit for the first-time organic farmer looking for grass for livestock and farm ground. The property has an old building site that can be renovated to accommodate both livestock and crops. A survey will be conducted to determine exact acres and boundaries.

Total Estimated Acres – 115 +/-
Dryland Acres – 57.28 +/-
Grass Acres – 51.85 +/-
Other Acres – 5.87 +/-

Legal Description
Pt. of the SE1/4 of Section 31, Township 16 North, Range 5 West, East Newman 137

Estimated Property Taxes – $ 2,008.00

Other Information
• Grain bins in good condition.
• Good fence around the pasture.
• Outbuildings in rough condition.
• 1 Cattle well.

Estimated FSA Information
Total Cropland Acres: 61.96 +/-
Corn – 47.88 Base Acres – 125 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 4.56 Base Acres – 33 PLC Yield
Wheat – 0.78 Base Acres – 35 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – 0.6 Base Acres – 65 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 53.82

Property Directions
Go south of Fullerton on Highway 14 to 555th Road. Turn and go east approximately 2 miles to 290th Avenue. Turn and go south roughly 3 miles. The property is on the west side of the road.

 

Tract 4 Details
This is a highly productive, pivot-irrigated quarter with a machine shed, outbuilding, and 3 silos. If expanding your operation is in your plans, come take a look at this farm.

Total Acres (Per Assessor) – 157.33 +/-
Irrigated Acres – 141.3 +/-
Dryland Acres – 6.33 +/-
Grass Acres – 1.78 +/-
Other Acres – 7.92 +/-

Legal Description
Pt. of the SE1/4 of Section 15, Township 16 North, Range 5 West, East Newman 133

Property Taxes – $ 7,528.76

Irrigation information
Located in the Central Platte NRD and has certified irrigation rights for 141.3 acres.

Irrigation Equipment
• T&L irrigation pivot
• 12 – Certified wells

Additional Information
The acreage next to tract 4 is not included in the auction but has an irrigation well for tract 4. A credit will be given to the buyer in the amount of $26,150 (per a bid from Grosch Irrigation) for the drilling of a new well and pump on tract 4. There currently is a drill permit, but the irrigation company could not get the work done prior to the auction. The buyer will have access to the existing well on the acreage until the new well is drilled. Any repairs needed for the well will be the responsibility of the buyer.

FSA Information
Total Cropland Acres: 152.03 +/-
Corn – 112.9 Base Acres – 125 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 10.2 Base Acres – 42 PLC Yield
Wheat – 1.8 Base Acres – 35 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – 0.1 Base Acres – 64 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 125

Property Directions
Take Highway 14 south of Fullerton to 555 Road. Go east roughly 2 miles to 280th Avenue. Go 1/2 mile north to S. 550th Street. Travel east on S. 550th Street approximately 3 miles. The property is located on the north side of the road.

 

Tract 5 Details
This sizable tract of farmland offers two pivots for irrigation, is situated close to various elevators and ethanol plants, and would be a great addition for someone looking to expand their operation.

Total Acres (Per Assessor) – 240 +/-
Irrigated Acres – 181.43 +/-
Dryland Acres – 58.57 +/-
Other Acres – 5.0 +/-

Legal Descriptions
E1/2 of SW1/4 Section 14 Township 16 North, Range 5 West, East Newman 132
SE1/4 of Section 14, Township 16 North, Range 5 West, East Newman 132

Property Taxes – $ 9,894.48

Irrigation Information
Located in the Central Platte NRD and has certified irrigation rights for 181.43 acres.

Irrigation Equipment
• 2 – T&L irrigation pivots
• 26 – Certified wells

FSA Information
Total Cropland Acres: 237.26 +/-
Corn – 164.10 Base Acres – 125 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 22.3 Base Acres – 42 PLC Yield
Wheat – 7.7 Base Acres – 35 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – 0.2 Base Acres – 64 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 194.3

Property Directions
Take Highway 14 south of Fullerton to 555 Road. Go east roughly 2 miles to 280th Avenue. Go 1/2 mile north to S. 550th Street. Travel east on S. 550th Street approximately 3 1/2 miles. The property is located on the north side of the road.

 

Well Information
Well data is per the Nebraska well registration from the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources.

Tract 1 – 1 Irrigation well
• Well G-189365, drilled 3/3/2020, 5 GPM, 2′ static level, 5′ pumping level, 17′ well depth.

Tract 2 – 13 Irrigation wells
• Well G-122732A, drilled 4/1/1970, 50 GPM, 10′ static level, 22′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-122731A, drilled 9/23/1975, 400 GPM, 4′ static level, 20′ pumping level, 26′ well depth.
• Well G-122732B, drilled 4/1/1970, 75 GPM, 10′ static level, 22′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-122732C, drilled 4/1/1970, 75 GPM, 10′ static level, 22′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-122731D, drilled 10/1/1975, 50 GPM, 4′ static level, 20′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-122731B, drilled 9/23/1975, 400 GPM, 4′ static level, 20′ pumping level, 26′ well depth.
• Well G-122731C, drilled 10/1/1976, 50 GPM, 4′ static level, 4′ pumping level, 12′ well depth.
• Well G-122730A, drilled 1/1/1969, 200 GPM, 4′ static level, 20′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-122731E, drilled 10/1/1976, 50 GPM, 4′ static level, 20′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-122730D, drilled 10/1/1975, 100 GPM, 4′ static level, 20′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-122730B, drilled 1/1/1969, 200 GPM, 4′ static level, 20′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-122730C, drilled 10/1/1975, 60 GPM, 4′ static level, 20′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.

Tract 3 – 1 Cattle well
• Well G-122729, drilled 1/1/1980, 30 GPM, 4′ static level, 4′ pumping level, 12′ well depth.

Tract 4 – 12 Irrigation wells
• Well G-042150A, drilled 9/14/1971, 500 GPM, 6′ static level, 20′ pumping level, 26′ well depth.
• Well G-042150B, drilled 9/1/1971, 300 GPM, 6′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 21′ well depth.
• Well G-028581A, drilled 6/1/1960, 700 GPM, 9′ static level, 23′ pumping level, 25′ well depth.
• Well G-028581B, drilled 6/1/1960, 9′ static level, 23′ pumping level, 27′ well depth.
• Well G-028581C, drilled 5/1/1978, 100 GPM, 10′ static level, 22′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-028581D, drilled 5/1/1978, 75 GPM, 10′ static level, 22′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-028581E, drilled 5/1/1978, 150 GPM, 10′ static level, 22′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-028581F, drilled 5/1/1978, 150 GPM, 10′ static level, 22′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-028581G, drilled 5/1/1978, 150 GPM, 10′ static level, 22′ pumping level, 24′ well depth.
• Well G-028582A, drilled 11/10/1961, 300 GPM, 6′ static level, 19′ pumping level, 25′ well depth.
• Well G-028582B, 11/10/1961, 6′ static level, 19′ pumping level, 21′ well depth.
• Well G-028582C, drilled 11/10/1961, 6′ static level, 19′ pumping level, 25′ well depth.

Tract 5 – 26 Irrigation wells
• Well G-122728A, drilled 10/1/1985, 175 GPM, 8′ static level, 4′ pumping level, 20′ well depth.
• Well G-122728B, drilled 10/1/1985, 75 GPM, 8′ static level, 4′ pumping level, 20′ well depth.
• Well G-122728C, drilled 10/1/1985, 50 GPM, 8′ static level, 4′ pumping level, 20′ well depth.
• Well G-122728D, drilled 1/10/1985, 75 GPM, 8′ static level, 4′ pumping level, 20′ well depth.
• Well G-122728E, drilled 10/1/1985, 150 GPM, 8′ static level, 4′ pumping level, 20′ well depth.
• Well G-020644A, drilled 7/25/1959, 425 GPM, 9′ static level, 17′ pumping level, 21′ well depth.
• Well G-020644B, drilled 4/1/1960, 50 GPM, 10′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 20′ well depth.
• Well G-020644C, drilled 4/1/1960, 75 GPM, 10′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 20′ well depth.
• Well G-020644D, drilled 10/1/1970, 150 GPM, 8′ static level, 8′ pumping level, 26′ well depth.
• Well G-020644E, drilled 4/1/1972, 50 GPM, 8′ static level, 8′ pumping level, 26′ well depth.
• Well G-020644F, drilled 4/1/1972, 40 GPM, 8′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-144294, drilled 11/5/2004, 30 GPM, 10′ static level, 20′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471A, drilled 10/11/1996, 40 GPM, 6′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 25′ well depth.
• Well G-090471B, drilled 10/10/1996, 40 GPM, 6′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 25′ well depth.
• Well G-090471C, drilled 9/1/1985, 25 GPM, 7′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471D, drilled 9/1/1985, 25 GPM, 7′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471E, drilled 9/1/1985, 25 GPM, 7′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471F, drilled 9/1/1985, 50 GPM, 7′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471G, drilled 9/1/1985, 30 GPM, 8′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471H, drilled 9/1/1985, 25 GPM, 7′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471I, drilled 19/1/1985, 50 GPM, 7′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471J, drilled 9/1/1985, 30 GPM, 8′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471K, drilled 9/1/1985, 35 GPM, 7′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471L, drilled 9/1/1985, 40 GPM, 7′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471M, drilled 9/1/1985, 45 GPM, 7′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.
• Well G-090471N, drilled 9/1/1985, 40 GPM, 7′ static level, 18′ pumping level, 22′ well depth.

 

Nance10

Online Only Land Auction – 664 +/- Acres in Norton County, KS Offered in 3 Tracts

SOLD AT AUCTION
Tract 1 Sold for $2,450/acre.
Tract 2 Sold for $2,550/acre.
Tract 3 sold for $1,900/acre.

Online Only Land Auction

664.07 +/- Acres
Norton County, Kansas
Offered In 3 Tracts

Bidding Opens
Wednesday, April 3rd
10 a.m. CDT

Bidding Begins To Close
Wednesday, April 10th
10 a.m. CDT

Bidding will “soft close” and bidding will continue in five-minute increments until five minutes have passed with no new bids.

Bid Online at Bid.AgWestLand.Com

Agents will be available April 10th at 9:00 at:
The Loft (Second Floor)
101 S. State Street
Norton, Kansas 67654

Here is your chance to add serious acres to your farm or investment portfolio, with highway frontage! Located 7 miles north of Norton, Kansas and only 3 miles from the Kansas/Nebraska State line along US Highway 283, the Vandewalker RLT is selling 664 +/- acres of tillable dryland with several thicket pockets and waterways spread throughout the tracts. Consisting of 646.12 +/- tillable acres, these tracts offer a great opportunity to purchase an investment property with minimal waste on each farm. The soil structure offers prime Holdrege and Uly silt loam soils known for raising great yields in the area. There is a lease in place for the 2024 crop season. Tracts 1 and 2 are currently drilled to wheat. Tract 3 is wheat stubble and is to be planted to corn.

Legal Descriptions
Tract 1 – E2 Section 22 Township 01 Range 23
Tract 2 – W2 Section 22 Township 01 Range 23
Tract 3 – S2 SW4 Section 23 Township 01 Range 23

FSA Information
Total Cropland Acres: 641.08
Wheat – 163.99 Base Acres – 43 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – 160.11 Base Acres – 69 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres: 324.1

Lease Information
There is a lease in place for the 2024 crop season on all 3 tracts. $50/acre on 646.12 total tillable acres = $32,306.00 Payments paid bi-annually on March 1 and September 1, 2024. Buyer will receive the March 1st payment at closing.

Tract 1 Details
Tract 1 Total Acres – 277.76 +/-
Dryland Acres – 269.02 +/-
Other Acres – 8.74+/-

Real Estate Taxes (Tracts 1 & 2 Combined) – $ 5,524.44

2024 Lease Payment – $ 13,451.00

Tract 2 Details
Tract 2 Total Acres – 310.18 +/-
Dryland Acres – 300.97 +/-
Other Acres – 9.21 +/-

Real Estate Taxes (Tracts 1 & 2 Combined) – $ 5,524.44

2024 Lease Payment – $ 15,048.50

Tract 3 Details
Tract 3 Total Acres – 76.13 +/-
Dryland Acres – 76.13 +/-

Tract 3 Real Estate Taxes – $ 633.96

2024 Lease Payment – $ 3,806.50

Norton29

1,987 +/- Acre Combination Farm in Keya Paha County, NE – Buyer Represented

AgWest Land Brokers, LLC represented the Buyer on this transaction.

Middle Creek Farm in Keya Paha County, Nebraska

  • 1987.55 +/- deeded acres
  • 902.8 +/- certified irrigated acres with nine center pivots
  • 175 +/- dryland acres
  • Underground waterline system feeding several tanks
  • Well established shelterbelts
  • Excellent hunting opportunities
  • State Highway 12 access
  • 80,000-bushel grain storage
  • Nice headquarters with newer home and outbuildings

Legal Descriptions

Township 33 North – Range 23 West of the 6th P.M. Keya Paha County, Nebraska

  • Section 5: All 630.49 +/- Acres
  • Section 6: Lots 1-2, South Half (½) Northeast Quarter (¼), Southeast Quarter (¼) 319.06 +/- Acres
  • Section 7: Northeast Quarter (¼) 160 +/- Acres
  • Section 8: North Half (½), East Half (½) Southeast Quarter (¼) 398 +/- Acres
  • Section 9: Northwest Quarter (¼), South Half (½) 480 +/- Acres

Keya Paha05

1,058 +/- Acres Offered in 4 Tracts – Sheridan Co, NE

TRACT 3 IS STILL AVAILABLE. TRACTS 1, 2, & 4 UNDER CONTRACT.

The Bayne Ranch is a beautiful property that sits just 5 miles north of Highway 20 between Rushville and Hay Springs, NE.  With most of the property sitting right off County Road 370th Trail, this farm/ranch sits out in the country, has great access, and short drives to Rushville or Hay Springs, NE.  Two sale barns are located within 30 minutes of the ranch – Sheridan Livestock in Rushville, NE and Gordon Livestock Market in Gordon, NE.  This is an excellent opportunity to purchase great dryland farm ground along with outstanding grass. All acres on the ranch and all tracts were approved for the 2023 Landowner Elk Management Zone 3 unit and will be eligible for the following years as long as the new owner/owners are eligible.

The Bayne Ranch starts from the south with a superb half-section combo of grass and dryland farm ground that sits off by itself.  To the north, and the start of the continuous 168 acres which are all connected, is tract 2 and a very good quarter section of dryland farm ground.   Tract 3 will include the Ranch headquarters with house, outbuildings, all improvements, excellent grass, miles of shelter belts, and dryland farm ground – a great combination of everything.   Our last tract, tract 4, is a great quarter section with lots of trees and the start of the ponderosa pines with excellent hunting opportunities.  This is your chance to purchase all four tracts and continue to run this as a complete working ranch with excellent calving facilities and great winter protection, or the opportunity to purchase a tract individually to add to your current portfolio.

 

TRACT 1 UNDER CONTRACT

Tract 1 – 320 +/- Acres (Per Assessor)

  • Grass Acres – 204.48 +/-
  • Dryland Acres – 115.52 +/-

Offered at $424,000

Real Estate Taxes – $2,120.90

Legal Description –North ½ Section 24, Township 32 North, Range 45 West of the 6th P.M., Sheridan County, Nebraska

This 320-acre tract offers a great combination of 115.52+/- acres of dryland currently planted to sunflowers and 204.48+/- acres of good hard grass.  With the majority soil type consisting of Alliance loam, 0 to 1 percent slope class 2, these dryland acres have produced excellent crops and yields over the years!  The bonus of 204.48+/- acres of good hard grass for summer grazing is the opportunity to rotate cattle to farm ground after harvest, making this a great half section to purchase.  This half section does have an electric well with tanks placed in the middle of the parcel as a great water source for the livestock!

 

TRACT 2 UNDER CONTRACT

Tract 2 –  168 +/- Acres (Per Assessor)

  • Dryland Acres – 168 +/-

Offered at $210,000

Real Estate Taxes – $1,090.75

Legal Description –Southeast 1/4 Section 12, Township 32 North, Range 45 West of the 6th P.M., Sheridan County, Nebraska

This 168+/- acre dryland farm has a majority soil of Oglala-canyon complex, 6 to 9 percent slope class 4 along with Alliance and Keith loam class 2 soils.  These 168 acres have produced great crops over the years and are currently in Sunflowers and Sorghum.

 

TRACT 3 IS AVAILABLE

Tract 3 –  410 +/- Acres (Per Assessor)

  • Grass Acres – 350 +/-
  • Dryland Acres – 60 +/-

Offered at $701,000

Real Estate Taxes – $3,393.53

Legal Description –Northeast 1/4 Section 12 and East ½ Section 1, Township 32 North, Range 45 West of the 6th P.M., Sheridan County, Nebraska

Water Well Information

  • Well G-183712 drilled in 2017, 9 gpm, 92′ static level, 98′, 170′ pumping level, 200′ well depth
  • Well G-183713 drilled in 2017, 10 gpm, 97′ static level, 200′ pumping level, 240′ well depth

Here is an opportunity to own 410 acres with a nice brick house and many improvements, as well as outer buildings sitting in the middle of this farm and ranch!  The 2,192 sq ft. brick home built in 1975 offers a beautiful kitchen upon entrance. The kitchen features include tile flooring, ample cupboard space, a double oven stove top, built in microwave and fridge that all stay with the home.  The open floor plan leads to the living room with a fireplace and access to a beautiful deck that sits off to the east of the house to enjoy your morning coffee and Nebraska sunrises in the beautiful quiet country!  The main floor also offers two bedrooms and a remodeled full bathroom with spectacular tile floor and walls!   Downstairs you will find two non-conforming bedrooms and a bathroom!   Outside there is a nice wood fence around the house and a carport that stays sitting just to the east of the house!  Off to the north sits several well-established tree shelters set up for great winter protection for livestock.

This tract also includes lots of improvements and outer buildings such as a chicken coop and a beautiful 1930 red barn (in great shape) which is setup as a nice calving barn for the cold Nebraska winters!  Great working facilities are in place off the barn including continuous corrals, holding pens, a windmill, and lots of tin paneling windbreak – setting this up for a great calving operation.  There are two wells on this tract that feed multiple livestock tanks, tire tanks with floats, throughout the property through buried pipelines.

350+/- acres of good hard grass surround the south and west of the house and working facilities with 60+/- acres of dryland crops between the long shelter belts to the north.   The far north side of this tract comes with a small hunting cabin and a holding pen with water for gathering livestock.   This is a great opportunity for someone looking to get started in ranching or for an existing rancher to add to their current operation.

 

TRACT 4 UNDER CONTRACT

Tract 4 – 160 +/- Acres (Per Assessor)

  • Grass Acres – 160 +/-

Offered at $256,000

Real Estate Taxes – $811.77

Legal Description –Township 33 North, Range 44 West of the 6th P.M., Sheridan County, Nebraska

Section31: Part Northwest 1/4 Southwest 1/4; Part Northeast 1/4 Southwest 1/4; Part Northwest 1/4 Southeast 1/4; Part Northeast 1/4 Southeast 1/4; Part Southwest 1/4 Southwest 1/4; Southeast 1/4 Southwest 1/4; South 1/2 Southeast 1/4

Here is your chance to add a nice quarter section to your portfolio.  This tract would be perfect for the avid hunter as it consists mainly of ponderosa pine trees and great hard grass.  The beauty of this tract can be seen walking down through the bottoms of the pine trees and beyond!   The abundance of trees makes for a great holding spot for whitetail and mule deer with great protection for them.   Coyotes, bobcats, mountain lions and turkeys have all been seen passing through from time to time!   A great piece of land to build that cabin or home you have always been wanting, with power just off the main county road.  Here is your opportunity to have your own little hunting paradise.

 

The information contained herein is as obtained by AgWest Land Brokers LLC—Holdrege, NE from the owner and other sources. Even though this information is considered reliable, neither broker nor owner make any guarantee, warranty, or representation as to the correctness of any data or descriptions. The accuracy of such statements should be determined through an independent investigation made by the prospective purchaser. This offer for sale is subject to prior sale, errors and omissions, change of price, terms or other conditions, or withdrawal from sale in whole or in part, by seller without notice and at the sole discretion of seller. Readers are urged to form their own independent conclusions and evaluations in consultation with legal counsel, accountants, and/or investment advisors concerning any and all material contained herein. Maps are for illustrative purposes only and are not intended to represent actual property lines.

Sheridan51

Lutz Ranch 1,148.14 +/- Acres in Phillips County, KS


Here is a great opportunity to own a large contiguous farm, ranch, and recreational tract in Phillips County, KS. Located just north of Phillipsburg, the scenic Lutz Ranch offers world-class hunting, lush pastures, and productive soils across most tillable acres. This region in Central Kansas is known for producing trophy whitetail deer, and this property is no exception.

Stretching through most of the ranch, the West Big Creek provides over 2 miles of beautiful tree line cover made up of large cottonwood, elm, locust, and black walnut trees. The thick cover for the whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, upland birds, and various other wildlife that call this ranch home provides full seclusion from outside pressure. As you travel through the property you will notice there is an abundance of ponds spread across the ranch with seasonal springs in the spring and fall. A large watershed providing incredible waterfowl hunting, when filled, sits in the center of this recreational paradise. Located in the middle of the central flyway, this region is a hotspot for birds traveling between the Kirwin & Harlan reservoirs, frequenting the property every fall. The Lutz Ranch provides an abundance of water, food, and cover needed to grow mature Kansas giants and keep wildlife on the ranch year round. With the exceptional hunting, the ranch contains over 356+/- tillable acres, with base acres of wheat, grain sorghum, and soybeans. Composed of productive Holdrege and Uly silt loam soils and an average yearly rainfall of 25 inches, this region has the potential to raise great crops every year. The ranch is separated into several pastures allowing for easy rotational grazing with several ponds located in each pasture. There is one well on the property that provides water to a stock tank near the house on the ranch ensuring water for your cattle throughout the year. The grass quality on this ranch is exceptional, with lush native grasses common in Northcentral Kansas, this property has not been overgrazed. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to own a once in a lifetime property in Phillips County, KS!

 

Legal Descriptions

Township 2, Range 18:  

  • Section 12, South 1/2 Northeast 1/4 & South 1/2 Less Co Rd RW, 398.01 acres
  • Section 13,All Section Less Co Rd RW, 398.01 acres
  • Section 24, North 1/2 Northwest 1/4 & Southwest 1/4 Northwest 1/4 Less Co Rd RW, 117.56 acres.

FSA Information

  • Total Cropland Acres: 356.01

  • Wheat – 49 Base Acres – 35 PLC Yield

  • Grain Sorghum – 97.56 Base Acres – 77 PLC Yield

  • Soybeans – 114.64 Base Acres – 32 PLC Yield

  • Total Base Acres: 261.2

 

Phillips07

Land Auction 1,787.87 +/- Grassland Acres – Sheridan County, NE

SOLD $910.00 / acre

 

LAND AUCTION

Monday, June 26th at 10 am MST (11 am CST)

Henry Davis American Legion Post 161

206 Sprague St

Rushville, NE 69360

 

Bid Online: https://bid.agwestland.com/

 

AgWest Land Brokers is proud to offer this 1,787.87 +/- acres of contiguous Sandhills pasture ground south of Rushville, NE.  Ground like this doesn’t come up every day, as this ground has been in the Nelson & Nielson Family for over 30 years.  Trenda’s parents, Forrest and Hazeloraine Nelson, purchased part of the Beguin Ranch back in 1990 with Trenda and Jonathan Nielson and family running cattle on the ground since 1995.  The soils are mostly Valentine fine sandy loam rolling and hilly offering grasses that may include Little Bluestem, Sand Bluestem, Switchgrass & Sand Lovegrass.  The pasture is cross fenced to offer four separate pastures for rotational grazing with excellent water sources in each, with three windmills, a solar well, and just over .7 miles on Pine Creek winding through the north end of the north pasture for water.  Fences have been well maintained by the owners year-round, along with excellent noxious weed control throughout the ground.

Access is key and access doesn’t get much better with the majority of this 1,787.87 +/- acres sitting right along Hwy NE-250 between Rushville and Lakeside, NE.  Current owners estimate the pastures will run .5 to .7 AUM per acre for a 5-month summer grazing.  Last year they ran 200 open cows from late June to October, in a very dry year, with grass left over.  Three hundred yearlings have also been grazed on the pastures from mid-May through September over the years.

This land, having highway access directly off Highway NE-250 and powerlines running through it, makes for a great getaway spot for a home or a hunting cabin to be built along the .7 miles of Pine Creek.   This property features beautiful sunrises and sunsets with a variety of wildlife including whitetail deer, mule deer, bobcats, and antelope traveling through!  The rolling Sandhills, with occasional pockets, make for an excellent spot and stock deer hunting haven!  On top of that, just 6.5 miles south is home to Smith Lake known for fishing in the summer and excellent ice fishing in the winter.

Smith Lake Wildlife Management Area offers a 222-acre lake, surrounding marshy and grasslands, and some wooded habitats.  Offering a concrete boat ramp and dock, a primitive campground and picnic area.  Smith Lake is known for fishing in the summer and a great ice fishing lake in the winter.  You can expect to catch yellow perch, bluegill, black bullhead, and sunfish. It’s a no wake zone, with boat speeds restricted to 5 mph. The 222-acre lake is surrounded by a wildlife management area where hunting is allowed for deer, dove, grouse, pheasant, rabbits, turkeys, and waterfowl. It’s a popular destination for birding. Avid observers report seeing grebes, terns, woodpeckers, phoebes, bluebirds, bobolinks, red-winged blackbirds, long-eared owls, black-necked stilts, piping plover and marbled godwit.

*Source:  https://www.visitsheridancounty.com/smith-lake/

 

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Sandhills Ranch | 707.68 +/- Acres in Sheridan County, NE

SOLD $530,760

This beautiful Sandhills property is the deer haven you have been looking for! You will not want to miss out on this opportunity!

The Nebraska Sandhills

The Sandhills region, known for its mixed-grass prairie on grass-stabilized sand dunes, covers most of the western part of Nebraska. The north end of this 707+/- acre property boasts expansive pastureland that transitions into the rolling Sandhills of Nebraska.

Throughout the Sandhills you’ll find deep pockets of terrain held in place by warm-season grasses that are brimming with mule deer throughout the year, making it an ideal spot and stock hunting paradise with great options for potential food plots.

Many species of wildlife make the Sandhills home on this property including antelope, coyotes, and sharp-tail grouse. The Sandhills acres sit atop one of the world’s largest aquifers, the Ogallala Aquifer, with power lines located within 100 yards of the fence line, making it an excellent location for building the hunting cabin of your dreams!

Ogallala Aquifer

High Plains Aquifer – Also called the Ogallala Aquifer, is an area of about 174,000 square miles and extends through parts of eight states in the Midwest. This aquifer is the principal source of water in one of the major agricultural areas of the United States.

“The Sandhills region is one of the largest contiguous and least disturbed prairies in all of the United States.”

Source: extension.unl.edu

Ranch Details

The ranch provides a great opportunity for summer grazing and income generation. The current owners of the property suggest that the grass can be used for summer grazing for up to 60 pairs in a period of 5-6 months, providing an excellent income stream. Additionally, there is the possibility of leasing out the grazing rights.

The well-maintained fences are in great condition and undergo an inspection every spring, with many new posts installed in the spring of 2022.

There are two 8 ft. windmills with new galvanized pipe, a new tire tank on the south windmill, and plastic pipe on the north windmill. A solar well with a new pump (installed in 2022) is situated in the middle of the property, between the two windmills, offering an excellent source of water for cattle throughout the property.

Legal Descriptions

Township 26 North – Range 41 West of the 6th P.M.
Section 17:E ½ (317.68 +/- Acres)
Section 20: E ½, NE ¼ (77.86 +/- Acres)
Section 21: N ½ (312.14 +/- Acres)


Sheridan47

 

1,369.47 +/- Pasture Acres in Brown County, NE

SOLD: $1,172,266.32

Great opportunity to own some Sandhills Rangeland in southern Brown County, NE. The property is owner rated at 105 cow/calf pair for a five month grazing season It consists of 1,369.47 +/- acres with four livestock wells, along with great winter protection from several established tree belts throughout. This is an all continuous tract of land of one large pasture with good/average exterior fences. Open for the 2023 grazing season! Brown County is home to many large mule deer, white tail deer, predator, and waterfowl which provide several recreational opportunities for the average outdoor enthusiast.

 

Legal Descriptions

Township 25 North – Range 22 West of the 6th P.M. Brown County, Nebraska.

 

  • Section 17: South Half (½) North Half (½) Southeast, & Southwest Southwest 160.40 +/- Acres

 

  • Section 17: North Half (½) North Half (½) Southeast & Northwest Southwest 80.28 +/- Acres

 

  • Section 17: East Half (½) Southwest 79.68 +/- Acres

 

  • Section 18: West Half (½) East Half (½) Southeast 40.12 +/- Acres

 

  • Section 18: East Half (½) East Half (½) Southeast 40.13 +/- Acres

 

  • Section 19: East Half (½) East Half (½) Northeast & West Half (½) West Half (½) Northeast 80.30 +/- Acres

 

  • Section 19: East Half (½) West Half (½) Northeast & West Half (½) East Half (½) Northeast 80.26 +/- Acres

 

  • Section 20: Part. All 645.39 +/- Acres

 

  • Section 21: West Quarter (¼) Northwest 40.84 +/- Acres

 

  • Section 21: West Quarter (¼) Southwest 40.67 +/- Acres

 

  • Section 21: East Half (½) West Half (½) West Half (½) 81.40 +/- Acres

 

Total Acres: 1,369.47 +/- Acres

 

 

Brown05

R.D. Swede Ranch – 695.60 +/- Acres in Norton County, KS


Tucked away in the rolling grass hills of Norton County, KS, the R.D. Swede Ranch showcases some of the most beautiful scenery Northwest Kansas has to offer. With nearly 700 acres spread across this large rolling landscape, giant cottonwoods, cedar trees, and thickets fill in the deep canyon draws that carve through the ranch. As you drive through the property you will notice the ranch offers an even mixture of cool and warm season grasses and a thin line of brush hugging the tree lines. The abundance of natural springs seeping from the hillsides creates a vibrant green landscape at the bottom of the draws as the stream makes its way to the Solomon River. These springs provide a strong year-round water source for the cattle and wildlife on this property. With nearly 2 miles of thick tree cover surrounded by brush and CRP grasses, this ranch offers world-class hunting for whitetail, mule deer, turkey, and upland game. As you turn off Highway 283, the private rocked drive will bring you to the main house at the north end of the ranch. The comfortable cinder block house comes with a large 60’x40′ shop and the original milk barn that has withstood time. The R.D. Swede Ranch offers beautiful scenery, world-class hunting, and sits in a great location for anyone looking to add acres to their ranch or land portfolio. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!

Additional Property Details

  • 15-ton overhead bulk bin
  • 8’x40′ storage container
  • 60’x40′ dirt floor shop
  • four wire barbed-wire fences with creosote posts and hedge corners in excellent condition
  • two wire high tinsel fence with plastic composite posts and hedge corners in excellent condition
  • 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home, appliances stay

Legal Descriptions

  • SW4 SW4 Section 20 Township 05 Range 22
  • W2 NW4 Section 29 Township 05 Range 22
  • All SW4 Lying W OF Sager Road Section 29 Township 05 Range 22
  • E2 NE4 Section 30 Township 05 Range 22
  • All NW4 Lying E of Highway 283; W2NE4 & SE4 Less Road R/W Section 30 Township 05 Range 22

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Online Land Auction – 796.83 +/- Acres in Kearney County – Offered in 3 Tracts

SOLD

Tract 1: $11,000 / Acre

Tract 2: $11,000 / Acre

Tract 3: $10,800 / Acre

 

AgWest Land Brokers is proud to offer this prime Kearney County farm for sale by online auction. The farm will be sold as 3 individual tracts and will not be combined. This level to nearly level farm has highly productive silt loam soils and is irrigated by 8 pivots. The farm has great access and is in close proximity to grain elevators, ethanol plants, feedlots, and specialty grain/organic grain markets. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to make a great addition to your farming operation!

Bid online at Bid.AgWestLand.com

Bidding Opens
October 28th at 10:00 AM CDT

Bidding Closes
November 4th at 10:00 AM CDT

AgWest Land Brokers agents will be present to help buyers in person on November 4th at 9 a.m. at:

Windmill Studios
521 N. Colorado Ave.
Minden, NE 68959

Tract 1

Total Acres (per assessor) – 316.04 +/-

  • Pivot irrigated farm with 5 pivots (2-7 tower pivots & 3-3 tower pivots).
  • Recently completed drainage improvement project in the southwest corner.
  • Recently completed installation of water meters per Tri-Basin NRD guidelines.

Estimated Property Taxes – $13,100

Legal Description – NE 1/4 (less building site) & SE 1/4 of Section 22-T5N-R13W of the 6th p.m.

FSA Information

Irrigated Acres – 297.54 +/-
Non-Irrigated Acres – 10.66 +/-
Total Cropland Acres: 308.2 +/-
Corn – 282.4 Base Acres – 186 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 20.0 Base Acres – 55 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 302.4

Additional Information

  • Subject to 2022 custom farming lease.
  • 5.80 Acre building site (house, machine shop, bin site) not included in the sale.

Irrigation Information – Located in the Tri-Basin Natural Resource District and has certified irrigation rights for 309.08 +/- acres.

Well Information

  • Well #1 (SE 1/4) – G-061963 drilled in May of 1979, 2,000 gpm, 147′ static level, 218′ pumping level, 233′ well depth
    • 2004 Cummins diesel 6 cylinder motor
    • All diesel tanks and chemical tanks at the well sites are included in the sale of this tract
    • Natural gas is available
    • 10″ Fairbanks morse pump
    • 100 HP Amarillo gearhead
  • Well #2 (NE 1/4) – G-062875 drilled in May of 1996, 2,000 gpm, 134′ static level, 196′ pumping level, 232′ well depth
    • 2012 Cummins diesel 4 cylinder motor
    • All diesel tanks and chemical tanks at the well sites are included in the sale of this tract
    • Natural gas is available
    • 10″ American marsh pump
    • 80 HP Amarillo gearhead

Pivot Information

  • 7 tower 2005 Zimmatic pivot & 2-3 tower 2005 Zimmatic pivots serviced by well #1
  • 7 tower 2005 Zimmatic pivot & 1-3 tower 2005 Zimmatic pivot serviced by well #2
  • 3 tower pivot in the center of the section goes with tract 1, per survey easement. (available upon request)

Property Directions – From the town of Norman in eastern Kearney County, travel 6 miles south on 40 Road to D Road. Turn east and go 2 miles to 42 Road. Tract 1 is located on the southwest corner of D Road and 42 Road.

Tract 2

Total Acres (per assessor) – 321.45 +/-

  • Pivot irrigated farm with 2 – 7 tower pivots.
  • Recently completed drainage improvement project in the southeast corner.
  • Recently completed installation of water meters per Tri-Basin NRD guidelines.

Estimated Property Taxes – $13,500

Legal Description – NW 1/4 & SW 1/4 of Section 22-T5N-R13W of the 6th p.m.

FSA Information

Irrigated Acres – 286.09 +/-
Non-Irrigated Acres – 28.43 +/-
Total Cropland Acres: 314.52 +/-
Corn – 282.2 Base Acres – 186 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 26.9 Base Acres – 55 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 309.1

Additional Information

  • Subject to 2022 custom farming lease.

Irrigation Information – Located in the Tri-Basin Natural Resource District and has certified irrigation rights for 317.37 +/- acres.

Well Information

  • Well #1 (NW 1/4) – G-061964 drilled in May of 1979, 2,000 gpm, 147′ static level, 218′ pumping level, 233′ well depth
    • 2014 Isuzu diesel 6 cylinder motor
    • All diesel tanks and chemical tanks at the well sites are included in the sale of this tract
    • Natural gas is available
    • 10″ Fairbanks morse pump
    • 100 HP Amarillo gearhead
  • Well #2 (SW 1/4) – G-125971 drilled in April of 2004, 700 gpm, 138′ static level, 200′ pumping level, 210′ well depth
    • 2004 Cummins diesel 4 cylinder motor
    • All diesel tanks and chemical tanks at the well sites are included in the sale of this tract
    • Natural gas is available
    • 6″ preferred pump
    • 80 HP Amarillo gearhead

Pivot Information

  • 7 Tower 2022 Zimmatic pivot serviced by well #1.
  • 7 Tower 2005 Zimmatic pivot serviced by well #2.
  • 3 tower pivot in the center of the section goes with tract 1, per survey easement. (available upon request)

Property Directions – From the town of Norman in eastern Kearney County, travel 6 miles south on 40 Road to D Road. Turn east and go 1 mile to 41 Road. Tract 2 is located on the southeast corner of D Road and 41 Road.

Tract 3

Total Acres (per assessor) – 159.34 +/-

  • Pivot irrigated farm with 1 – 7 tower pivot.
  • Recently completed drainage improvement project.
  • Recently completed installation of water meters per Tri-Basin NRD guidelines.

Estimated Property Taxes – $6,272.10

Legal Description – NW 1/4 of Section 27-T5N-R13W of the 6th p.m.

FSA Information

Irrigated Acres – 133.06 +/-
Non-Irrigated Acres – 20.76 +/-
Total Cropland Acres: 153.82 +/-
Corn – 136.6 Base Acres – 186 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 14.6 Base Acres – 55 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 151.2

Additional Information

  • Subject to 2022 custom farming lease.

Irrigation Information – Located in the Tri-Basin Natural Resource District and has certified irrigation rights for 155.37 +/- acres.

Well Information

  • Well #1 – G-036048 drilled in November of 1971, 700 gpm, 132′ static level, 194′ pumping level, 210′ well depth
    • 2004 Cummins diesel 4 cylinder motor
    • All diesel tanks and chemical tanks at the well sites are included in the sale of this tract
    • Natural gas is available
    • 8″ Vertiline pump
    • 60 HP Randolph gearhead

Pivot Information

  • 7 Tower 2014 Zimmatic pivot serviced by well #1.

Property Directions – From the town of Norman in eastern Kearney County, travel 7 miles south on 40 Road to C Road. Turn east and go 1 mile to 41 Road. Tract 3 is located on the southeast corner of C Road and 41 Road.

Total Property Taxes For All 3 Tracts is estimated to be $32,872.10 or $41.25/acre.

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