• 6:00Pm (Cst) - 7:00Pm (Est) • 1,193+/- Acres in 14 tracts • 1100+/- Contiguous Acres • 800+/- Tillable Acres • Woods & Productive Soils • Large, Modern Pole Building w/Finished Apartment • Tracts Range from 28+/- to 205+/- Acres • Wooded tracts would make excellent hunting grounds. • Online Bidding Available • Auction Managers Statement: John Shawhan and his late wife JoAnn spent the better part of their lifetime aquiring this farm. Starting in the 1950S with little money, but a strong desire, they bought their first farm (Auction Tract 1). Over the years they continued to add more acreage and improve the productivity of the land through fertility and clearing of woods, fence rows, ditches ect. On October 25th you will have the opportunity to buy all, or a portion, of Mr Shawhans legacy which you will enjoy for years to come. Do not miss this unique chance to own some of Pike Countys most productive farmland. I look forward to meeting you at one of the inspections and at the auction October 25th.
Open House/Inspection Dates
Monday, October 1 from 10am-Noon Cst
Friday, October 19 from 10am-Noon Cst
Meet a Schrader Representative at Tract 4
Tract 1: 86.3± ac 81.4 tillable acres, frontage along Hwy 65 and Co Rd 300N, sloping topography with water control structures, and productive Alford & Wakeland soils.
Tract 2: 50± ac 48.7 tillable, frontage on CO Rd 700W, gently sloping to level topography and productive Muren, Alford & Wakeland soils.
Tract 3: 50± ac 50 tillable acres, frontage on Co Rd 700W, gently sloping to level topography, and productive Alford, Wakeland & Muren soils.
Tract 4: 47.5± ac 46.8 tillable, frontage on Co Rds 700W & 225N, level to sloping topography, 2- steel grain bins with total capacity of 25,000 bushels, and productive Alford & Muren soils.
Tract 5: 152± ac 131 tillable acres, with frontage on Co Rd 700W & 300N. This tract has level to gently sloping topography, and productive Wakeland, Alford & Muren soils.
Tract 6: 40± ac 30.5 tillable, frontage on Co Rd 700W, small woods, productive Alford soils.
Tract 7: 85.4± ac this tract has beed clear cut of timber within the past two years. It is ready to be cleared for farming, or it would make a great recreational/hunting tract. Level to sloping topography.
Tract 8: 205± ac 131.8 tillable (Fsa), there is additional tillable acreage do to wooded area being cleared recently, frontage on Co Rd 300N, gently rolling to level topography, and productive Alford & Muren soils
Tract 9: 119.5± ac 91.4 tillable acres, frontage on Co Rd 225N & 175N, gently sloping topography, wooded areas, and procuctive Alford & Iva soils.
Tract 10: 50± ac 41.4 tillable acres, frontage on Co Rd 225N, rolling topography, and productive Alford & Pike soils
Tract 11: 70± ac nearly all wooded, and frontage on Co Rd 150N. This would make an excellent hunting tract.
Tract 12: 146± ac 113 tillable acres, frontage on Co Rd ft.s 775W, 225N & 150N, and rolling topography. Mostly tillable with pasture and pond for livestock. High tensile fence improved with a 45x120 modern machine shed, concrete floor, 18 ft. eves, guttereing and finished apartment. Additionally, there is a rustic, livestock barn.
Tract 13: 28± ac 14.4 tillable acres, the remaining acreage is wooded, with frontage on Co Rd 700W & 150N. This could be a potential building site or hunting tract with income stream.
Tract 14: 64.1± ac 40.2 tillable acres, frontage on Co Rd 775W & Hwy 65. There is a mix of tillable and woods with many possible uses. Procuctive Wakeland & Alford soils.