This Auction is scheduled for Thursday, February 16th at 2:00 pm at the Donley Co. Activity Center, 4430 Hwy 70 in Clarendon, Texas. Registration will begin at 1:00 pm.
There will be an Auction Information Meeting on Tuesday, February 7th at 2:00 pm at the Donley Co. Activity Center.
Irrigated Farmland - Dryland Farmland - Native Grassland - Wildlife Habitat
This property is unique and diverse. There are a total of 990.6 + acres of land in Hall County, Texas, consisting of rolling cultivated land, rough native grass with mesquite and other brush, and irrigated land. This is a very good hunting property with whitetail deer and mule deer. All fences and cross fences are in good to very good condition and appear to be less than 10 years old.
Directions to the Farm: From Clarendon, Texas go south on State Hwy 70 approximately 16 miles, then turn west on County Road D and go one mile to CR 3 and the northeast corner of this property.
We will offer this property in three individual surface tracts. You can buy one individual tract, a combination of tracts, or the entire farm.
Additions and Corrections to Published Information - 2-6-2017
The following information was received after first publication of this auction. If you have any questions regarding this information, please call our office at 800-299-5263.
This tract consists of 303 + total acres, of which 231.7 acres are level to rolling cultivated land. There is a pivot pad on this Tract, which recently watered approximately 118 acres. If this Tract is purchased separately, it is a dryland tract. There is a water line from the west irrigation well (Well 3A) on Tract 3 that can furnish water to the pivot point on this Tract, if Tracts 1 and 3 are purchased in a combination. The native grass on this tract is very rough and brushy and has a significant number of mule deer. There is a Brice-Lesley Water Supply Corp. water line with a tap on the north side of this Tract.
This tract consists of 314 + total acres of rolling to rough native grass with mesquite and other brush. The tract is divided into three pastures with two windmills and Brice-Lesley Water Supply Corp. water is available at the house. This tract is an excellent hunting tract and has an older three bedroom, one bath stucco house with a metal roof. This dwelling is currently being used as a hunter’s cabin. There is also a detached two car garage with a carport, a storm cellar, and a good set of all steel pens. Access to the house is currently across the north side of Tract 3.
Tract 3 is the true irrigation tract. There are 373 + total acres, of which 169 acres has been under two pivot sprinklers. No Sprinklers convey with this property. In addition, there are 44 acres of cultivated dryland, 147 acres of semi-subirrigated grass and 13 acres of other native grass and brush. There are five Irrigation Wells on this tract reported to produce a total of 2,000 gpm, reportedly from 250 to 700 gpm. this information has not been verified by Clift Land Brokers or Clift Land Auctions representatives. This property is being SOLD AS IS. Four of the wells are tied together, and the other well has been used to furnish water to the sprinkler on Tract 1. Mulberry Creek lies along the southern edge of Tract 3.
Disclaimer: All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be independently verified. All properties are subject to change, withdrawal, or prior sale. Clift Land Auctions shall not be responsible or lliable for typographical errors, misprints, or misinformation.
CLA Begins Online Land Auctions
Online bidding will open at 8:00 am CDT on Friday, October 21, 2016 and run through noon on Thursday, October 27th for a nice irrigated farm in Texas County in the Oklahoma Panhandle. This is an Online Only Auction.
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Land Auction Proof of Strong Land Values
On Thursday, March 5th, Clift Land Auctions held a successful land auction in Raton, NM. Offered for sale was 3,920 acres of NE New Mexico ranchland. “We offered this land in two individual tracts and ended with two buyers,” commented George Clift, owner of Clift Land Auctions and Clift Land Brokers in Amarillo, Texas. The final results totaled to just over $2M, representing a new high for land values in that area.
To kick off the bidding, the auctioneer solicited a donation to the all volunteer Des Moines EMS in Des Moines, NM. The highest bidder, Jordan Ward, Vice President of the Farmers & Stockmen’s Bank of Clayton, NM donated $500.00, on behalf of the bank, to help support this organization. Clift Land Auctions will match their donation with another $500.00.
“This land auction offers proof that land values in our area remain strong and that a land auction is a sound business decision for ranchers”, added Mr. Clift.
On Tuesday, January 13th, Clift Land Auctions held a successful auction in Dumas, Texas. Up for sale was the Front Range Dairy and 980 + acres of highly productive irrigated farmland. This property was offered in three individual tracts, which made this property attractive for a variety of potential buyers. “We had interest in this auction from New York State to California. Interest came from local farmers, feedyard owners, east coast investors, and dairymen from all over the United States”, said George Clift, owner of Clift Land Auctions and Clift Land Brokers in Amarillo, Texas. As it turned out, this property sold to one buyer for $4.73 M, exceeding the sellers’ expectations.
Clift Land Auctions donated $500.00 to the High Plains Food Bank, matching a donation in the same amount made by Gary and Karin Sutherland at our auction held on October 16th.
Clift Land Auctions, LP
3430 I-40 West
Amarillo, TX 79102
(800) 299-LAND (5263)
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