COMING SOON: Live and Online Auction
Horse Creek Farms | Vale, SD | 570 +/- AC (194 Ac Irr)
Online Auction: May 21 – 26, 2020 | Live Auction: May 26, 5 p.m. MT
- 2 Center Pivot Systems
- Additional Water Rights
- Live Water – Abundant Wildlife
- Timbered Bottom Land
- Brushy Draws
- County Gravel Rd Access
- Attractive HQ/Home Sites
- Sold in Individual Tracts
Property Viewings: Wednesday, May 13 and Tuesday, May 19 from 1-3 p.m. and Auction Day, May 26, from 1-3 p.m.
Auction Location: Vale Community Center, Vale, SD
TRACT DESCRIPTIONS: All located in Butte County, South Dakota
TRACT 1: Consisting of 80+/- acres. T8N, R6E; Sec 15; S½NW¼ Taxes: $1008.98 (est) Irr: $422.69
A tranquil and attractive Creek Bottom setting with mature Cottonwood, Ash, Elm, Juniper and lilac.
Horse Creek traverses the property, Butte Meade Rural Water, Homesite, 39X75 Machine Shed,
25×35 Pole Barn. This tract includes irrigation water rights to Horse Creek! Several large hay meadows.
This property would make a tremendous HQ, or homesite and has exceptional wildlife habitat.
TRACT 2: Consisting of 160 +/- acres. T8N, R6E, Sec 15; SW¼ Taxes: $1040.74 Irr: $2,422.15
This tract is accessed directly off of Wilson Cemetery Rd. and is comprised of 109.4+/- acres irrigated cropland irrigated by 2 6-tower Rienke Center Pivot Irrigation Systems and 26.18+/- ac Dry cropland. The soils range from Class II to IV, Lohmiller and Midway Razor Silty Clay Loams. This property is currently fenced with Tract 1. In the event Tracts 1 and 2 sell separately there will be an access easement reserved along the existing roadway going to the Tract 1 HQ site. This tract could be combined with Tract 3 to accommodate extending the upper pivot to Tract 3. Irrigation water is primarily provided by the Belle Fourche Irrigation District. If purchased with Tract 1, supplemental irrigation water may be obtained by pumping rights on Horse Creek.
Tract 3: Consisting of 80+/- acres. T8N, R6E, Sec 16; E½SE¼ Taxes: $124 (est. based on current yr).
This tract borders Wilson Cemetery Rd and is comprised of native grass with a long brushy draw running the length of the Tract providing exceptional habitat and winter protection. The soils on Tract 3 are Midway Razor and Penrose silty clay loam.
Tract 4: Consisting of 80+/- acres. T8N, R6E, Sec 16; SE¼SW¼, SW¼SE¼ Taxes: $124 (est. current yr)
This Tract borders Wilson Cemetery Rd and consists of nearly all native grass with several brushy draws running thru the property providing exceptional habitat and winter protection.
Tract 5: Consisting of 120+/- acres. T8N, R6E, Sec 16; N½SW¼, NW¼SE¼ Taxes: $219 (est)
Irr. $1,057.28 Tract 5 is comprised of 52.5+/- acres irrigated and 46.08+/- acres dry cropland currently being used in feed production. This Tract is accessed by Eichler Rd. The soils on Tract 5 are comprised of Cl III and IV Penrose silty clay loam.
Tract 6: Consisting of 49.65+/- acres. T8N, R5E, Sec 10; Steele Subd. Tract A Taxes: $1,442.44 Irr. $320.36.
Tract 6 is a very tranquil setting along the Belle Fourche River. The property includes 13.2 acres irrigated with water provided by the Belle Fourche Irrigation District. Tract 6 is set up as a HQ unit with nearly 6,000 bu grain storage, a 50×52 Quonset w/concrete floor, a 320×32 pole barn/shed several additional out-buildings. A 1,216 sqft MH is available seperately. Domestic water is provided by Butte Meade Rural Water. This property is a haven for wildlife with big time Whitetail populations.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
Bidding by Online and Live Auction
Successful bidders shall deposit 15% nonrefundable earnest money with the balance due in certified funds upon closing, on or before June 28th, 2020. Property sold without buyer contingency of any kind. Have financial arrangements secured prior to bidding. Property sold by legal description only. Any survey required would be at the expense of the buyer. Marketable title will be transferred by Trustees Deed, subject to easements, restrictions, covenants and/or reservations of record. A title insurance policy will be provided by Seller and is available for your inspection prior to the auction. The Landlord’s interest in the growing small grain crop will transfer to buyer at closing. 1st Cutting of Alfalfa shall be retained by Seller, buyer shall be granted access for irrigation purposes no later than June 10. All livestock will be removed by Auction Day. 2019 and prior taxes will be paid by seller. 2020 real estate taxes will be prorated to date of closing using the most current tax levy available. The 2019 Irrigation assessment paid in 2020 will be paid by the Seller, the 2020 irrigation assessment paid in 2021 shall be paid by the Purchaser. Auctioneers, Brokers and their associated staff are representing the seller’s interest in this transaction. All information was derived from sources deemed reliable; however, neither Seller nor the Auctioneers/Brokers are making any guaranties or warranties, actual or implied. Property selling “As-is where is”. Inspect to the extent deemed necessary both on and off premise and use your own judgement when bidding. Portions of the property may be located within a flood hazard area. Announcements made at auction take precedence over any prior printed or oral representations.
Owners: WAC Investment Trust; San Angelo, TX; Steele Ranch Inc; Nisland, SD
Folks, this auction is an opportunity for farmers, cattlemen and recreationalists to purchase highly productive, pivot irrigated cropland and exceptional grass with timbered creeks, river bottom, brushy draws and convenient access. Bid on and buy individual tracts. The size and scale of this property can make a stand-alone unit or an exceptional addition to your current operation. Don’t miss this sale! Bid on-line and be with us for the live auction conclusion on May 26, 5:00 pm and The Vale Community Center, Vale SD
171 Acres Irrigated; 2 Center Pivot Systems
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