SOLD $979,000 - Daniels Trust Land Auction - 820± Acres of Alfalfa County Land

by Bellamy & Co. LLC

When

September 08, 2018

Where

Baker Building 122 S. Grand Ave Cherokee, OK

How

Live Only

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SOLD 
Tract #1: $174,000 
Tract # 2 & # 3: $805,000 
Total Sale: $979,000



820± Acres of Alfalfa County Oklahoma 

Land Auction

Productive Farm Land ● Grassland • Cattle Production ●
Feeding / Working Facility ● Large Hay Barn & Open Grassland ● Hunting & Recreation Potential 

160± Acres in Northeast Alfalfa County
660± Acre Ranch & Improvements Close to Cherokee - Offered in Tracts

Saturday September 8th, 2018 ● 10 am

Live Off-Site Auction ● Baker Building - 122 South Grand Ave, Cherokee Oklahoma

Auction will be held inside with tables and seating provided. 

Questions Call / Text Josh Bellamy @ 580-748-0787


Tract #1 ● 160± Acres


Tract # 1 Legal Description (Surface Only): Southwest Quarter (SW/4) of Section Thirty-six (36), Township Twenty-nine (29) North, Range Nine (9) W.I.M., Alfalfa County, Oklahoma;

Directions to the Tract: From the intersection of Latimer & County Road 720 (Fish Hatchery Blacktop) travel 2 miles East on Latimer to County Road 740, then travel North 3 miles on CR 740 to Major Road (Correction Line) the farm is located in the Northeast of this intersection. (Watch for tract signs)

Tract #1 Land Overview: Located in the far northeastern part of Alfalfa County, this 160 acre parcel has an approx. 96 acres of cropland, with the balance of approx. 59 acres in native grass pasture. A small pond is located to the north and east of the tract, providing water for livestock or wildlife & recreational use.

FSA Farm Information: As per the Alfalfa County FSA, this farm shows a total Farmland of 157.6 acres, and a Wheat Base Acreage of 96.2, with a PLC Yield of 29 Bushels. This tract does not contain a wetland.

Soil Information: Principle soil types include 50.7% Class 4 Ironmound loam, 1 to3 percent slopes, 19.5% Class 6 Ironmound-Nash complex, 3 to 12 percent slopes, 16.6% Class 4 Quinlan- Woodward Complex, 3 to 5 percent slopes, 10.1% Class 2 Grant Silt loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes






Tract #2 ● 360± Acres



Tract # 2 Legal Description (Surface Only): 

The North One-half (N/2) of the Northwest Quarter (NW/4) of Section Sixteen (16), Township Twenty-six (26) North, Range Ten (10), W.I.M., and

The South Half of the Northwest Quarter (S/2 NW/4), and the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SW/4 NE/4), and the West Half of the Southwest Quarter (W/2 of SW/4), and the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (NE/4 SW/4), all in Section Sixteen (16), Township Twenty-Six (26) North, Range Ten (10), W.I.M., and

The Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (NW/4 NW/4) of Section Twenty-One (21), Township Twenty-Six (26) North, Range Ten (10), W.I.M., all in Alfalfa County Oklahoma, containing approximately 360 acres, more or less, surface rights only.

Directions to the Tract: From Grant Road (Cemetery Blacktop) travel East approx. 4 miles, the tract is located where the road dead ends. Watch for Signs. 

Tract #2 Land Overview: This 360± acres is well established for cattle production with the main improvements including a 108’ x 68’ steel hay barn, older 60’ x 50’ round top barn, and an older home, approx. 1200 sq. ft . Complete cattle working / feeding system is located at the buildings with access to rural water, older concrete feed bunks, working chute / headgate, and loading area. Just south of the pens & buildings is large grass traps leading out to the open pasture. To the east of the buildings / improvements is approx. 70 acres of cultivated ground, good for wheat pasture / grazing, or cropland production. The open grassland tract is additionally watered by a creek that dissects the pasture, with the pasture being a blend native grass, and some improved Bermuda. The entire tract borders the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge / Crystal Digging area located on the eastern border of the tract, with five-wire perimeter fencing diving the salt flats from the grassland area. Some areas of permanent fence are located on the western border, but temporary hot-wire fencing is mainly used on the western part. This tract has dense area of cover, along with water and open grass, providing good hunting habitat for whitetail deer and other game.

FSA Farm Information: As per the Alfalfa County FSA, this farm shows a total Farmland of 282.52 acres, and a Wheat Base Acreage of 35.8, with a PLC Yield of 29 Bushels.  This tract does not contain a wetland, and additional (in the N/2 NW/4 of 16-26-10) total Farmland of 75.64, and a Wheat Base Acreage of 57.0, with a PLC Yield of 29 Bushels

Soil Information: Principle soil types consist of 45.2.8% Class 8 Salt Flats, 19.4% Gracemont fine sandy loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes, 16.4% Class 3 Wisby Sandy loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes, 9.7% Class 2 Crisfield fine sandy loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes, 2.8% Class 1 Brewer-Drummond complex, 0 to 1 percent slopes.







Tract #3 ● 300± Acres 



Tract # 3 Legal Description (Surface Only): 

Part of the Southwest Quarter (SW/4) North of the A.T.&S.F. Railroad right-of-way, and that part of the South Half of the Northwest Quarter (S/2 NW/4) lying North of the A.T.&S.F. Railroad, all in Section Twenty-one (21), Township Twenty-six (26) North, Range Ten (10), W.I.M., and

Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SW/4 NE/4) and the Southeast Quarter (SE/4) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township Twenty-six (26) North Range 10 W.I.M., and

All of the Right-of-way in the Southeast Quarter (SE/4) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township Twenty-six (26) North, Range Ten (10) W.I.M. and all of the Right-of-Way North of middle of middle of Railroad in the West One-half (W/2) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township Twenty-six (26) North, Range Ten (10) W.I.M.,

All in Alfalfa County, Oklahoma, containing approximately 300 acres, more or less, surface rights only.

Directions to the Tract: On Garvin Road (Crystal Dig Blacktop) South of Cherokee, travel approx. 4 ½ miles East, the tract is located on the North side of the road. 

Tract #3 Land Overview:

Located to the south and adjoining Tract # 2, this open grassland tract offers areas of native grass, and some improved. Water to this tract is provided via a small but deep water pond / catch, along with a working windmill / water well. This tract also borders the Salt Flats, and offers five wire perimeter fencing to the east, and some permanent fencing on the South and West. An additional drainage creek is also located on this tract, along with some dense cover, and areas of dense trees to the south, providing good natural wildlife cover.

FSA Farm Information: As per the Alfalfa County FSA, this farm shows a total Farmland of 156.98 acres, and a Wheat Base Acreage of 156.9, with a PLC Yield of 28 Bushels. This tract does not contain a wetland.   

Soil Information: Principle soil types consist of 44.0% Class 5 Gracemont fine sandy loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes, 30.3% Class 8 Salt Flats, 0 to 1 percent slopes, with the balance in Class 3, Buttermilk Silt Loam, Wisby sandy loam, 0 to 5 percent slopes.



Note: Tract # 2 & Tract # 3 adjoin each other, and will be offered in a choice and combination. They can be sold separately or combined, however the bidders choose.

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Auctioneer’s Note: We are honored to assist the Daniels family with this rare opportunity to acquire well established grassland & cropland, and would be a great addition to any operation. Be sure to take a look at all of what these properties have to offer. The farm located in far northeastern Alfalfa County has great mix of cropland, pasture, and potential hunting. The open grassland tracts near Cherokee is a rare offering of contiguous pasture with great access. Come and see us at the Baker building in Cherokee Oklahoma on September 8th starting at 10 am for this unique opportunity. Contact us with any questions, and we look forward to seeing you at the auction - Josh Bellamy

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Auction Location: 122 South Grand Ave, Cherokee Oklahoma

Terms: No Buyers Premium. 10% down upon signing the purchase contract, balance due upon delivery of merchantable title. Bidding is not contingent upon finance, please have all financing in place prior to bidding. Title transfers as surface only with a warranty deed. Possession of all tracts will be at the conclusion of the current agricultural lease, and following closing. Announcements made the day of the auction take precedence of any previously stated material.


Seller(s): Dolly Marie Daniels Revocable Living Trust, dated November 23, 2011



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Bellamy & Co., LLC ● 106 S. Grand Ave - PO Box 263 ● Cherokee, Oklahoma 73728
(580) 596-3838

Earnest Money Deposit is to be placed in escrow the day of the auction with the balance being due upon delivery of merchantable title.

Bidding is not contingent on the buyers ability to acquire financing, please have all financing in place prior to participating in the auction.

Information is gathered from sources deemed to be reliable though is subject to inaccuracies or misinterpretations. Buyers are to satisfy themselves as to condition, including acreage, prior to bidding.

Seller will not provide the survey, buyers will be responsible for the survey on the tracts they purchase.

Taxes: Will be prorated to closing.

Real Estate will be sold subject to the confirmation of the Seller(s) unless otherwise noted.

Any announcements made day of sale take precedence over any previously stated or published material.

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