Online Only Auction
Northern Missouri Land Auction
Beautiful Homesites Multiple Ponds Cattle Grazing Hunting
Recreational Land Harrison County, Missouri 440 Acres 6 Tracts Online Bidding Opens Wednesday, May 26th, 2021 at 6 00 PM CDT Online Bidding Closes Wednesday, June 16th, 2021 at 6 00 PM CDT Register & BID Online Go to and register online. All bidding is conducted online only and registration can take up to 24 hours, so please register before the final day.
PROPERTY Location The property is located 5 miles southwest of Bethany, MO on U.S. Hwy 136, then 1 mile south on State Hwy BB, to W 330th St. Farm is located on the east side of BB Hwy, Watch for Auction Signs.
Legal Descriptions The legal descriptions for the individual tract shall be provided by survey, subject to the terms and conditions of auction. Legal description for the entire 440+/- acre farm Tract 6 is provided in the title commitment in the property information packet.
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ORDER OF Auction The 440+/- acres is being offered in five individual tracts and the entire farm as follows Tract 1 80+/- Acres
Tract 2 80+/- Acres
Tract 3 80+/- Acres
Tract 4 80+/- Acres
Tract 5 120+/- Acres
TRACT 6 440+/- Acres entire farm Bidders have the ability to bid on each tract throughout the auction. All tracts will remain open for bids until all bidding has ceased at the close of auction. The property may be sold in the manner that nets the highest sales price for the Seller, at the Seller's sole discretion.
PROPERTY Inspection Property previews are encouraged prior to placing a bid in the auction. The property can be viewed by appointment, by contacting the listing agent, Fred Bennett at. Direct all questions to the listing agent or the auction company.
GENERAL Description This property offers a tremendous opportunity to anyone looking for reasonably sized farm building sites with outstanding views of the Northern Missouri landscape. There are an abundance of turkey, deer and wildlife hidden in the native pasture, and the rolling hills are dotted with nicely sized ponds and Fleenor Branch creek. Harrison County, Missouri is known for excellent hunting and recreational land, as well as cattle operations. This rolling Missouri farm has something for everyone, so get ready to purchase your Northern Missouri dream property.
TRACTS Description 440+/- acres offered in 6 Tracts, more specifically described as follows Tract 1 is 80+/- acres of rolling pasture with high elevations offering picturesque views and beautiful home sites. Lots of wildlife in the area and a very nice pond, along with the Fleenor Branch creek running through the bottom. There are 64.97 acres of CRP paying per/acre with an annual income of Crp, thru 2022.
Tract 2 is 80+/- acres of native grass pasture that sets at the east end of Tract 1. There is a nice line of timber running through the middle along Fleenor Branch creek, and there is a pond in the northeast corner. Excellent cover for deer and turkey, and a very nice view on the south side of the tract. There are 38.94 acres of CRP paying per/acre thru 2022, and 20.61 acres of CRP paying per/acre thru 2021. Combined CRP annual income is 3 is 80+/- acres that adjoins Tract 2 on the east and is the southeast boundary of the entire farm. Fleenor Branch creek runs across the center of this tract and there is a pond on the southern end. Tracts 2 & 3 are accessed by gravel road W. 340th St on the south. We saw multiple turkey and deer on this tract during inspection. This tract has a large amount of formerly tillable acres which could produce great income. There are 45.48 acres of CRP paying per/acre thru 2022, and 27.46 acres of CRP paying per/acre thru 2021. Combined CRP annual income is 4 is 80+/- acres that is very attractive rolling native pasture with highway frontage on the west and a gravel road on the north. There are two stock ponds on the tract with Fleenor Branch creek running across the southwest portion. This property borders Tract 1 to the north and offers beautiful building sites with sufficient elevation to see for miles. There are 58.57 acres of CRP paying per/acre thru 2022, and 3.2 acres of CRP paying per/acre thru 2023, and 2.1 acres of CRP paying per/acre thru 2024. Combined CRP annual income is 5 is 120+/- acres that adjoins Tract 4 on the east, and is the northeast boundary of the farm. The top of the hill that runs north/south overlooks a nice pond and offers the highest point of elevation on the farm at 990ft. There are excellent views and home sites on this tract with lots of topography. The terraces from previous farming activity are visible. There are 71.43 acres of CRP paying per/acre thru 2022, and 33 acres of CRP paying per/acre thru 2021. Combined CRP annual income is 6 is 440+/- acres Entire Farm and has it all with multiple ponds, Fleenor Branch creek, timber lined bottoms, rolling topography, high elevation home sites, excellent access, wildlife and much more. Important Note If the farm is purchased in its entirety, the Seller is willing to cleanup the property at the Seller's expense, and offer a 3 year cash rent lease at a rate of per/acre, after the current CRP contract s expire, subject to approval of winning bid. The total CRP acres is 382.5, according to the Harrison County FSA Office and will include all of the CRP payment information listed above. For experienced hunters and outdoor enthusiasts, the entire 440+/- acres is a great manageable sized recreational property.
FSA Information The Harrison County, Missouri FSA Office is still taking signup applications for the current CRP program. According to the FSA office, rates are predicted to increase. Farms are required to be free of trees prior to reenrollment. Bidders are required to discuss this information with the FSA before making a decision regarding this sale. All information is provided for informational purposes only and subject to validation by Bidders.
CRP Payments The current CRP payments on each tract or the entire farm will be prorated to the date of closing.
SURVEY In the event any purchased tract requires a survey to determine the legal description, the cost of the survey will be paid by the seller. If the same buyer or entity purchases two 2 or more adjoining tracts and no survey is required to separate said tracts, then any additional survey desired by the buyer will be at the buyer's sole discretion and cost.
POSSESSION Possession of the property will be given upon payment in full of the purchase price and transfer of title at closing, within 30 days of the auction. See terms and conditions of auction for details.
TAXES The current year's taxes will be prorated to the day of closing. All previous years taxes will be paid by Seller.
MINERALS All mineral rights owned by sellers if any shall transfer with the surface.
PERSONAL Property Any livestock or farm equipment, hunting equipment, and personal property currently located on the farm does not sell and may be removed prior to closing and possession.
AUCTIONEERS Note Rarely does the opportunity come available to purchase several wonderful building sized farms so close to town. The farm offers the buyers an opportunity to select the property that suits them best and purchase one or more investment farms at auction. They are supported by good access, beautiful scenery, rolling terrain, nice ponds and that rural northern Missouri lifestyle. What more could you ask for Make plans now to inspect the farms and bid online as these tracts go to auction.
SELLER Darrell and Patricia Darby