MISSOURI CROPLAND AUCTION
ONLINE BIDDING ONLY
125+/- ACRE ROW CROP FARM * LEVEL & FERTILE MISSOURI RIVER BOTTOM LAND
OFFERED IN (2) TRACTS * ROAD FRONTAGE * RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI
ONLINE BIDDING CLOSES: Wednesday, September 30th, 2020 at 6:00 PM (CST)
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From Camden, Missouri go 2 miles South on Camden Rd, and then turn East on Sunshine Road and go 2.5 miles to the northeast corner of the farm. (Watch for auction signs.)
A 125+/- acre tract of land located in the SW/4 of Section 6-50N-27W together with a small tract in the Southeast Corner of the SE/4 of Section 1-50N-28W, all in Ray County, Missouri. (Full legal description TBD by Title Company).
ORDER OF AUCTION: According to Ray County the farm is 125+/- acres, and it is offered in two individual tracts. This allows a buyer an opportunity to purchase one tract or both tracts (entire farm).
PROPERTY PREVIEW DATES:
The auction company will be onsite at the farm on the following dates to answer any questions. The property can be previewed by scheduling an appointment, contact the auction company at (877) 318-0438. Property previews are encouraged prior to placing a bid in the auction. There are crops in the ground currently.
This high-quality farm is located in the desirable Missouri River bottoms just South of Sunshine Lake, in Ray County. The farm is comprised of fertile and very level river bottom row cropland. This area is well known for high production yields which make this a great option to expand existing farming operations or for an investor wanting to add more acres to their portfolio. Currently in late season beans, drive by and take a look.
According to the Ray County, Missouri Farm Services Agency, there are 125.68 cropland acres with the following base acres and yields.
The principal soil types are as follows:
In the event the property tracts are sold to two separate (different) buyers, the cost of survey will be split between the seller (50%) and buyers (25% each). If the same person or entity buys both tracts, no survey will be provided or needed to transfer ownership.
Possession of the property will be given upon payment in full of the purchase price and transfer of title at closing, subject to the existing agricultural lease, as follows:
The general taxes for 2019 were $735. The property is subject to an annual assessment payment to the Ray-Lafayette Drainage District, which was $1,548 in 2019.
Mineral rights are not being reserved and shall transfer with the surface, to the Buyer.
No personal property is being transferred with the property.
This farm has been in the same family for many years and is now being made available to you. The farm will offer the new owners an excellent row crop investment opportunity or the expansion of your current operation. Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase a very nice Ray County farm.
SELLER: Wynona Gilkey
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