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  • STARTMay 6th - 10:00am

  • VENUEMiller Farms

Adair County, MO Land & Personal Property Auction

Monday, May 6 at 10:00 A.M. (Personal Property) and 5:00 P.M. (Land)

Please Note: Two different times and locations!

PERSONAL PROPERTY: Sells at 10:00 A.M. on the farm at 33762 Cranberry Lane, Gibbs, MO.

LAND: Sells at 5:00 P.M. at the Days Inn, 3805 S. Baltimore St., Kirksville, MO.

Open House: Sat., April 20 from 12:00 – 1:00 P.M.

Location & General Information

Land is located approximately 7 miles southeast of Kirksville, MO near the small town of Gibbs, MO. Land is further described as located in Sections 1 & 12, T61N•R14W and Sections 6, 7 & 8, T61N•R13 West, Adair County, MO.

From Kirksville, MO take US Hwy. 63 south approximately 4 miles to State Hwy. KK, then east 6.5 miles to Hwy. V and Cranberry Lane. Continue east on Cranberry Lane 1/2 mile to Tracts 1-5. Tracts 6 & 7 are located within the city limits of Gibbs, MO. Tracts 8-12: From Gibbs, MO take Hwy. V east 1 3/4 miles to Grade Lane, then north. Tract 8-12 are located along Grade Lane & Salt River Lane. (Be watching for presale directional signs).

 

Personal Property sells at 10:00 A.M.

Just added! Trelan 21L whole tree chipper, Cat motor

 

Logging & Lumber Handling Equip.

3’ x 14’ roll case

18” x 20 roll case

20” x 20 roll case

18’ roll case

3’ x 40’ roll case with drive

3’ x 12’ air operated slab drop case

Brewer gang saw

Saw blades, 56” (6-8)

40’ 3 stand log deck

Log fork/clam

18’ lumber roll off

Baker turnaround

Assorted conveyors

Several rooftop lumber chains

24” x 80’ roll of new heavy duty belting

Newman K20 double end trim saw with conveyor

40’ x 3 stand log deck

4’ x 18’ transfer deck

24” inlet/outlet blower

Moto Truc battery powered walk behind electric forklift

 

Farm Support & Related Items

6 bar 20’ steel fence panels (new)

24” x 20’ corrugated double wall plastic culvert

Miller welder, needs repair

Antique hand corn sheller

Large roll of 3/8” cable

Lathe

30 gal. central Prumatic air comp., needs repair

(4) 24.R21 Bridgestone radial tires

1/2” x 20’ new rebar (100+)

Hesston 12 wheel hay rake

JD 720 8 wheel hay rake

Older hay rakes

Older 2 row cultivator

Oliver 18’ fold up disk

Multiple wagons and running gear

Very nice box wagon with hoist

Several assorted antique wheels

Farrowing crates (6)

Older ingate seeder on cart

Harrow cart

Cone grain bin (approx. 300 bu.)

4 leg Aermotor windmill

Wagon with stainless steel tank

Assorted tools, pulleys, belts, etc.

Pallet of cement blocks

Various colors of asphalt shingles

Stainless steel vats

Fuel tank

Battery operated walk behind pallet truck

M&M 18 hole drill

Silage wagon

Hutcheson 6” auger (54’), needs tires

Hydraulic steel docks (2)

4 section rotary hoe

Box wagon

Antique road grader

10’ x 12’ mini barn

24’ Bayliner boat & motor with Shorelander tandem axle trailer (no title)

16’ & 12’ cattle panels, newer

Feed bunks

Bale ring

(3) 23.1-26 BF Goodrich special service tires with rims

52” x 2,250’ roll of 15 ML clear plastic (4 rolls)

6’ x 120’ rolls of bubble moisture barrier

 

Lumber

1” walnut lumber, assorted lengths

3” x 10’ walnut countertop lumber

1”oak lumber, assorted lengths

10” x 10’ cedar posts

Several bundles of wood trim

 

Hay

Small square bales of third cutting alfalfa (100)

Small square bales of oat straw (200)

 

Horses

Belgian mare team, sorrel-blonde, 13 year olds, well broke

Percheron dapple gray, 9 year old mare, well broke

Percheron yearling stud, black with white star

Belgian, sorrel yearling stud

 

Pen of white rabbits

 

PLAT MAP

AERIAL MAPS

SOIL MAPS

 

PHOTOS

 

Tract Information

Tract 1 • 116 Acres± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 89.07 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in wooded draws and pond.

• Soil types: Armstrong, Gara, Leonard & Adco.

• Land represents well maintained improved pastureland with good fencing.

• Land should qualify for organic farming.

• Rural water & electric.

• Improvements include a 3,296 sq. ft. multi-use pole barn with concrete floor, overhead doors, external cement slab and loadout docks.

• Access from the south by Cranberry Lane.

 

Tract 2 • 39 Acres± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 14.8 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in hardwood timber and wooded draws.

• Soil types: Gara, Armstrong & Adco.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland, marketable hardwood timber & offers outstanding hunting/recreational acreage.

• Access from the north by Sweet Pea Lane & from the west by Clarmar Lane.

 

Tract 3 • 80 Acres± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 66.9 acres of tillable cropland with the balance wooded draws.

• Soil types: Armstrong, Leonard & Adco.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland with very good perimeter fencing.

• Access from the west by Clarmar Lane.

 

Tract 4 • 78 Acres± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 31.54 acres of tillable cropland of which 12.6 acres are enrolled in CRP at a payment rate of $100.71 through 9-30-2022. The balance in hardwood timber, timbered draws & grassland.

• Soil types: Armstrong, Adco & Leonard.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland, older homesite, grassland & offers outstanding whitetail deer & wild turkey hunting acreage.

• Note: The portion of this tract south and east of the railroad tracts is landlocked at this time.

• Access from the north by Cranberry Lane and the northeast by Clarmar Lane.

 

Tract 5 • 88 Acres± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 78.44 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in timbered draws and older ponds.

• Soil types: Armstrong, Leonard & Adco.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland.

• The portion of this tract currently in alfalfa should qualify for organic farming practice.

• Access from the north by Cranberry Lane.

 

Tract 6 • 4.54 Acres± (within the city limits of Gibbs, MO)

• Land represents very nice lot currently in hay production. Lot includes a small cemetery on the west side.

• Access from the north by Clinton Street (Hwy. V) and from the east by Maple Street.

 

Tract 7 • 1 Acres± (within the city limits of Gibbs, MO)

• Land represents nice contiguous lots along Franklin Street.

• Improvements include 24’ x 42’ storage shed.

• Access from the south by Franklin Street.

 

Tract 8 • 39 Acres± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 27 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in pastureland and wooded draws.

• Soil types: Gara, Armstrong & Adco.

• Land represents productive pastureland and is improved with a 1990, 1,296 sq. ft. double wide mobile home as well as other older outbuildings.

• Rural water & electric.

• Access from the east by Grade Lane.

 

Tract 9 • 74 Acres± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 10.66 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in hardwood timber.

• Soil types: Winnegan, Armstrong, Gara & Adco.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland, hardwood timber and is improved with a nice 60’x40′ pole barn with concrete floor. Tract offers “premier” whitetail deer & wild turkey hunting acreage.

• Rural water & electric meter.

• Access from the west by Grade Lane.

 

Tract 10 • 52 Acres± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 46.42 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in wooded draws.

• Soil types: Armstrong & Adco.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland.

• Access from the west by Grade Lane & the south by Salt River Lane.

 

Tract 11 • 44 Acres± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 36.12 acres of tillable cropland with the balance hardwood timber and pond.

• Soil types: Armstrong, Adco, Bevier & Winnegan.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland currently in hay production & should qualify for organic farming practices.

• Access from the south by Salt River Lane.

 

Tract 12 • 32 Acres± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 22.71 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in hardwood timber, ponds & homesite. Tract should qualify for organic farming.

• Soil types: Bevier, Winnegan & Armstrong.

• Improvements include a very nice 1967 built, 2,364 sq. ft. (upper level) 3 bedroom, 3 bath residence with full finished walkout basement and 25′ x 30′ detached garage. Other features include a nice wood deck, fireplace, gas furnace, air conditioning and rural water meter.

• Access from the south by Salt River Lane.

 

Method and Terms

Acreages in this advertisement are estimated. A survey will be completed prior to the sale on all 12 tracts. Tracts 1-11 will be sold on a price per acre basis based on acreages obtained from completed survey. Tracts 1-11 will be offered through the marketing method of “Buyer’s Choice” whereas the high bidder can purchase (in any order) any or all of Tracts 1-11 for their high bid. Tract 12 will be sold for a lump sum total dollar amount.

The property will NOT be offered in its entirety at the conclusion of the auction. Bidding is NOT contingent upon financing.

Immediately following the auction, the winning bidder(s) will be required to sign a real estate sales contract and pay ten percent (10%) of the purchase price as a non-refundable down payment, payable to Pickell Abstract Co., which shall hold the money in escrow until closing.

The balance of the purchase price will be due at closing which will take place at Pickell Abstract Co. on or before June 6, 2019.

Possession will be given at time of closing.

Farmland sells free and clear for the 2019 crop year.

The 2018 real estate taxes will be paid by the seller. The 2019 real estate taxes will be prorated to date of closing. Title Insurance in the full amount of the purchase price will be provided by the sellers. Closing costs will be split between buyer & seller.

All announcements made sale day take precedence over prior advertising either written or oral. The information in this brochure 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. There are no expressed or implied warranties made by seller or Sullivan Auctioneers, LLC pertaining to this property. Real estate is being sold “AS IS”.

 

Miller Farms

 

 

Representing Attorney:

David Rouner

Rouner Law Office

400 N. Franklin Street

Kirksville, MO 63501

(660) 665-7515

 

Closing & Title Work By:

Pickell Abstract Company

116 South Franklin Street

Kirksville, MO

(660) 665-8324

 

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Date:
May 6
Time:
10:00 am - 11:55 pm
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Miller Farms
33762 Cranberry Lane, Gibbs, MO, United States.
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