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712 +/- Acres Offered In 12 Tracts

Bolivar, MO 65613

Polk County, Missouri

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712+/- Acres Offered in 12 Tracts

Missouri Land Auction

Productive Cropland

Hay & Pasture Land

Wooded Recreational Land - Great Hunting!

Potential Building Sites

3 Rural Homes & Outbuildings

Bolivar R-1 School District

OPEN HOUSE/INSPECTION DATES

Tuesday, Sept. 17, 4-6pm

Thursday, Oct. 3, 4-6pm

Monday, Oct. 14, 10-Noon

Meet a Schrader Representative on Tract #4 For More Information

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

The farm was previously utilized as a Dairy Operation. Consider the versatility of this land with row crops, hay ground, pasture, cow and heifer facilities, wooded hunting and recreational land. The property is in a great location with paved roads and located only 2 miles south of Bolivar and 35 miles north of Springfield.

Tract Descriptions

Tract 1: 41.1± ac Located along Hwy U and 480th Rd., Section 35. 41.1+/- acres with 38+/- acres of crop land. The predominant soil type is Bona gravely silt loam. This tract also features a 50 ft. x 120 ft. and 60 ft. x 160 ft. bunker silo with concrete sides and floors.

Tract 2: 58.7± ac Located along 115th Rd. and 473rd Rd., Section 26. 58.7 +/- acres with 56 +/- acres of crop land with primarily Creldon silt loam soil. This tract includes a 1,150 sq. ft. 3-bedroom, 1 bath home with a newer roof and updated windows. Great income potential with cropland and a rental house.

Tract 3: 23.1± ac Frontage on 480th Rd., Section 35. 23.1 +/- acres consisting of pasture, several fence-line concrete feed bunks, shade for cattle, and a pond.

Tract 4: 14.4± ac Located at the corner of 115th Rd. and 480th Rd. in Section 26. 14.4 +/- acres with a 5 bedroom, 2-1/2 bath, 2,860 sq. ft. brick home with a partial basement. The home features many updates including the roof, furnace, and central air. This tract also includes a 56 ft. x 20 ft. Double-8 Herringbone milking parlor with a 1,000 gallon Mueller bulk tank; grooved concrete; a covered holding pen; a 30,000 gallon flush tank; 2 lagoons; a 20 ft. x 60 ft. Harvestore; a 30 ft. x 80 ft. barn with head locks; pipe corrals; a 36 ft. x 52 ft. grainery; 3-3,500 bushel grain bins with drying floors and unload augers; a 3,800 sq. ft. open-sided machinery or hay storage building, and much more!

Tract 5: 63.8± ac Road frontage on 480th and 473rd Rd., Section 26. 63.8 +/- acres offering a combination of shaded, fenced pasture land and quality hay ground. Consider the possibility of cultivating additional crop land with Creldon silt loam as the predominant soil type of this tract.

Tract 6: 38.5± ac Located along 480th Rd., Sections 26 and 27. 38.5 +/- acres of hay and pasture land with a pond. Consider this tract as a possible building site with lots of character and gorgeous views.

Tract 7: 89.8± ac Frontage on 480th Rd., Sections 26 and 27. 89.8 +/- acres with 79 +/- acres of crop land. The predominant soil types are Barden silt loam and Creldon silt loam. Investigate these great soils and the income potential offered here.

Tract 8: 65.8± ac Frontage along 477th Rd., Sections 27 and 28. 65.8 +/- acres with 52 +/- acres of crop land. Bona gravely silt loam is the predominant soil type. Combine Tracts 8 and 9 for an excellent addition to any farming operation.

Tract 9: 134.1± ac SWING TRACT, Sections 27 and 28. 134.1 +/- acres with 86 +/- acres of crop land. Pomme silt loam and Wanda silt loam are the 2 predominant soil types. This versatile tract provides pasture and wooded land with a pond for livestock as well as highly productive crop land. Tract 9 must be bid in combination with Tract 8 or by an adjoining land owner.

Tract 10: 7.4± ac Tract 10: Frontage on 477th Rd., Section 28. 7.4 +/- acres with a 2,450 sq. ft. 2-story brick home on a very private setting with mature trees and an older barn. The home has 5 bedrooms, 1 bath, a 6 in. well, and a newer roof.

Tract 11: 27.5± ac Frontage on North/South Hwy. U, Section 35. 27.5 +/- acres of wooded land. Consider the potential that this wooded tract provides with its picturesque views and convenient location. Explore the possibilities of a beautiful, private building site. Enjoy the excellent recreational and hunting opportunities.

Tract 12: 148.1± ac Frontage on North/South Hwy. U, Sections 35 and 36. 148.1 +/- acres with endless possibilities! Opportunities include hunting and recreational land with deer and turkeys in abundance, pasture land with 2 ponds, and 45 +/- acres of open land for hay production and food plots. This tract includes a 50 ft. wide easement with access from East/West Hwy. U.

Southwest Marion & Wishart Townships

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