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  • STARTMar 11th - 10:00am

  • VENUEKnox County Community Center

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Lewis & Knox County, MO Land, Residence & Equipment Auction

SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 2017 AT 10:00 A.M. (LAND & RESIDENCE)

Open House: Sat., Feb. 25th from 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 2017 AT 12:00 NOON (EQUIPMENT)

At 10:00 A.M. selling approximately 597 acres± (subject to survey) of Lewis & Knox County, MO farmland (8 Tracts).  Land is located in Sections 15 & 16, T60N•R9W, Salem Township, Lewis County, MO and Section 35, T60N•R10W, Fabius Township, Knox County, MO.  Also selling residence located in LaBelle, MO.  Sale to be held at the Knox County Community Center, Edina, MO.

At 12:00 Noon selling chattel to include tractors, combines, dozer, trucks, farm related items, etc. Sale to be held onsite at the farm located approximately 8 miles south of LaBelle, MO along State Hwy. 156.  Sale to be held onsite at the farm located approximately 8 miles south of LaBelle, MO along State Hwy. 156.  From LaBelle, MO take State Hwy. D south approximately 8 miles to Hwy. 156, then east 1.5 miles to 135th Ave., then north 1/2 mile to sale site.

 

TRACT INFORMATION

TRACT 1 – 80 ACRES± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 69.01 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in wooded draws & excellent pond.

• Primary soil types: Leonard, Kilwinning, Gorin & Armstrong.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland (currently in pasture land), and includes an excellent pond.

• Access from the southwest by way of recorded easement extending west to State Hwy. D.

 

TRACT 2 – 120 ACRES± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 95.5 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in grass waterways, small wooded areas & ponds.

• Primary soil types: Leonard, Kilwinning & Armstrong.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland and is improved with (2) grain bins and open front machinery storage building.

• Access from the east by 135th Avenue.

 

TRACT 3 – 76 ACRES± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 66.98 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in small timbered area & pond.

• Primary soil types: Kilwinning, Leonard & Putnam.

• Land represents highly productive tillable cropland & includes a nice pond in the northwest corner.

• Access from the south by State Hwy. 156.

 

TRACT 4 – 81 ACRES± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 80 acres of highly productive tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Putnam, Kilwinning & Leonard.

• Land represents nearly 100% highly productive tillable cropland.

• Access from the south by State Hwy. 156 & the entire east by 135th Ave.

 

TRACT 5 – 80 ACRES± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 53.35 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in small wooded areas and pond.

• Primary soil types: Keswick, Kilwinning, Gorin, Leonard & Putnam.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland with the balance in small wooded areas and is improved with an older country home (little value), shop/machinery storage pole barn as well as several other older outbuildings.

• Access from the west by 135th Avenue.

 

TRACT 6 – 80 ACRES± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 56.2 acres of tillable cropland of which 56.2 acres are enrolled in CRP at a payment rate of $111.62 through 9-30-2022.

• Primary soil types: Armstrong, Mexico, Lindley & Blackoar.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland, excellent building sites and offers outstanding whitetail deer & wild turkey hunting acreage.

• NOTE: The entire ’17 CRP payment will go to the buyer(s) of Tract 6.

• Access from the entire north by Telegraph St. & the entire west by Thorn Ave.

 

TRACT 7 – 80 ACRES± (Subject to Survey)

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 51.8 acres of tillable cropland of which 51.8 acres are enrolled in CRP at a payment rate of $111.62 through 9-30-2022.

• Primary soil types: Armstrong, Lindley, Blackoar & Mexico.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland, excellent building sites and offers outstanding whitetail deer & wild turkey hunting acreage as well as a nice stocked pond.

• NOTE: The entire ’17 CRP payment will go to the buyer(s) of Tract 7.

• Access from the entire west by Thorn Ave.

 

TRACT 8 – LaBelle, MO Residence (102 Main St.)

• Lot Description: All of Lot 4 and the east 33′ of Lot 5 Block 23.

• Lot is improved with a single story 1,605 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 1 full bath residence built in 1958.

• Other improvements include 25′ x 40′ & a 12′ x 20′ older outbuildings.

 

METHOD AND TERMS

Acreages in this advertisement are estimated. A survey will be completed prior to the sale on Tracts 1-7. Tracts 1-7 will be sold on a price per acre basis based on acreages obtained from completed survey. Tracts 1-7 will be offered through the marketing method of “Buyer’s Choice” whereas the high bidder can purchase any or all of Tracts 1-7 for their high bid. Tract 8 will be sold for a lump sum total dollar amount. The farm will not be offered in its entirety at the conclusion of the auction. Bidding is NOT contingent upon financing. At the auction immediately following the bidding, 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 Oak Hills Title 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 Oak Hills Title Co., on or before April 20, 2017. Full possession will be given at time of closing. Farm sells free & clear for the 2017 crop year. The 2016 real estate taxes will be paid by the sellers. The 2017 real estate taxes and subsequent years will be the responsibility of the new buyers. Title Insurance in the full amount of the purchase price will be provided. Note: The entire 2017 CRP payment will go to the buyer(s) of Tracts 6 & 7. 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”.

 

 

AERIAL TOUR

PLAT MAP – LEWIS COUNTY

AERIAL MAP – LEWIS COUNTY

SOIL MAPS – LEWIS COUNTY

 

PLAT MAP – KNOX COUNTY

AERIAL MAP – KNOX COUNTY

SOIL MAPS – KNOX COUNTY

 

 

RESIDENCE AT 102 MAIN STREET • LABELLE, MO

PHOTOS

 

Personal Property to sell at 12:00 Noon

TRACTORS

• ’74 JD 4430 2wd tractor, cab, Quad-Range trans., 2 outlets, 540/1000 PTO, 18.4-38 tires and hub duals, 10.00-16 front tires, weights, 6,535 hours, SN 030921

• ’71 JD 4320 2wd tractor, OROPS, Syncro-Range trans., 2 outlets, 540/1000 PTO, 18.4-34 rear tires and hub duals, 10.00-16 front tires, 6,953 hours, SN 012949

• ’65 JD 4020 2wd tractor, gas, Syncro-Range trans., 2 outlets, 540/1000 PTO, 18.4-34 rear tires, 9.5L-15 front tires, sells complete with JD 148 loader, independent controls, bucket, 4,575 hours, SN 1141133

• Ford 5000 2wd tractor, diesel, 18.4-30 rear tires, 7.50-18 front tires, 1 outlet, 540 PTO, sells complete with BushHog 3000 loader with bale spear and 4’ bucket

• ’56 Farmall 400, narrow front, SN 31609 – not running

• ’51 Farmall M, narrow front, SN 257398

• ’49 Farmall M, narrow front, SN 191789 – not running

• Ford 8N, wide front, SN 7006C – not running

• AC D14, wide front, 3 pt.

 

COMBINES AND HEADS

• JD 6600 4wd combine, diesel, chopper, hydro, 24.5-32 drive tires, 16.9-24 steer tires, 3,996 hours, SN 306742

• JD 643 corn head, high tin

• JD 216 platform

• IH 715 combine with 843 corn head and platform – parts only

 

VEHICLES AND TRAILERS

• ’89 White GMC lime spreader truck, Cummins 855, Fuller trans., twin screw, Simonsen KB1314 spreader bed, SS chain, twin spreaders, roll tarp, VIN 4V1VDBJG3KN613352

• ’05 Ford F350 4wd pickup, 6.0 diesel, auto trans., dually, Lariat, crew cab, 8’ Reading utility bed, 177,300 miles, VIN 1FTWW33P45EA58903

• Chevy 70 grain truck, gas, 20’ bed, twin screw

• Chevy 6500 dump truck, 9’ steel bed – not running

• ’68 Chevy 60 Viking grain truck, 13 ½’ bed – not running

• ’67 Ford F700 grain truck, 13 ½’ bed, gas, 5+2 trans.

• ’78 Chevy Scottsdale 20 4wd pickup – not running

• ’80 Dodge D30 2wd pickup, 8’ utility bed – not running

• ’85 Dodge Ram 350 4wd pickup, 8’ bed – not running

• ’82 Chevy Van 30 motor home, 24’ camper

• ’94 Cadillac Eldorado, 2 door – not running

• ’79 Cadillac Sedan Deville, 4 door – not running

• ’79 Hale 20’ steel livestock trailer, gooseneck

• Doolittle 16’ bumper hitch trailer, tandem axle

 

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

• CAT D6C dozer, 10’ blade, 24” pads, OROPS, limb risers, SN 10K7845

•CAT dozer, 8’ blade, 16” pads, SN 8U1795

• CAT pull-type hyd. scraper 18-20 yard

• CAT 112 road grader, 12 blade, cab, 13.00-24 tires, SN 8U1474

• Big Mac Hydra-Mac skid steer, gas – not running

• Skid steer bucket

• Bale spear for skid steer

• Tow Motor 4000 lb forklift

 

EQUIPMENT

• Great Plains SR503001 5 row 30” 3 pt. interplant planter, NT coulters, SN KK1009

• JD 7000 6 row 30” planter, NT coulters, corn and bean units

• JD 8300 13’ grain drill, 10” spacing, 2 seed boxes

• Patriot 110 seed tender, poly cupped auger, Honda motor, SN 18679

• IH 18’ disk, manual fold

• NH 352 grinder mixer

• NH 850 round baler

• New Idea manure spreader, PTO driven

• (2) JD 5-bottom plow

• Phoenix II creep feeder

• 5-row Nh3 applicator with 500 gal tank

• 3 pt. hyd. bale unroller

• Hutchinson 6”x41’ auger

• Westfield 8”x60’ swing away auger

• 18’ 3 pt. field cultivator

• Sunflower 29’ disk

• 16’ 3 pt. cultipacker with single roller and rear hitch

• Land Pride 10’ 3 pt. rotary cutter, dual tail wheels

• 11-shank 3 pt. chisel

• JD 260 3 pt. disc mower

• 22’ Donahue style trailer

• (2) Post hole digger

• (2) bale spears

• Pull-type weed wiper

• 9’ 3 pt. blade

• (2) Snapper riding lawn mowers

• JD Sound Guard Body cab

• Husky bulk bin (small)

• Ford front end weights

• JD wheel weights

 

SHOP TOOLS

• 200 gal. fuel transfer tank with electric pump

• Shop built heavy duty hyd. press

• Sioux 9’ lathe

• South Bend 30” lathe

• Drill press

• Floor jacks

• Bumper jack

• Chain hoist

• Torch on cart

• L-Tec wire welder

• Rolling welding tables

• Anvil

• Bench vise

• Grinders

• Wrenches

• 1” and ¾” socket sets

• Hitch pins

• Transit

 

PHOTOS

Estate of Betty Jean Simmons

Doug Simmons, Co-Executor

Marilyn Simmons, Co-Executor

 

Closing & Title Work By:

Oak Hills Title Co.

307 Lewis St.

Canton, MO

Ph: 573-288-4461

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Date:
March 11
Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 pm
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Venue

Knox County Community Center
207 N. 4th Street
Edina, MO 63537 United States
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