Tuesday, October 17th at 2:00 pm
Western Technology Center, Seminar Room
1000 S. Bailey St.
Hobart, Oklahoma 73651
There will be an Auction Information Meeting at the Western Technology Center on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 1:00 pm. Be sure to attend this meeting to learn more about this property.
If you plan to participate in this auction via live streaming and online bidding, please call our office for instructions. 800-299-5263
Bidding Starts at 2:00 pm SHARP!
Driving Directions: From Gotebo, OK, go south on SH 54 six miles to the northwest corner of Tract #1. Continue another five miles south on SH 54 to E1450 Rd. Turn west on E1450 Rd and go three miles to N2280 Rd. Turn north and go ½ mile to the southeast corner of Tract #2.
This 160 + acre tract has 100.61 + acres of cultivated farmland. The current Tenant intends to plant a wheat crop on this tract before the auction. The growing wheat crop will convey to the Buyer, and the Buyer will reimburse the Tenant for expenses associated with the wheat crop, unless a farm lease is agreed upon by the Buyer and the current Tenant.
According to the DCP Crop Data, there are 60.30 wheat base acres, 40.30 generic base acres, and a 30-bushel PLC wheat yield. This tract contains a wetland or farmed wetland.
The remaining acres are in permanent pasture with two ponds located in the northeast and southeast corners. There is a good five-wire barbed wire fence around most of the tract. The grass has not been grazed for several years. SH 54 runs along the west side of this tract.
Latitude: 34.982459 Longitude: -98.857024
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NW/4 of Section 23, Township 6 North, Range 16 West in Kiowa County, Oklahoma. SURFACE ONLY
This 160 + acre tract has 116.72 + acres of former cropland presently planted in improved grass and annual grass. According to the DCP Crop Data, there are 91.30 wheat base acres, 25.40 generic base acres, and a 30-bushel PLC wheat yield.
There are also approximately 40 acres of native pasture with two ponds. A water tap from the Caddo Rural Water District #3 is piped into this tract from across the highway. This service can be transferred to the Buyer.
There is a good five-wire barbed wire fence enclosing the entire tract. This property is accessed by an improved gravel road, and would make an excellent cattle farm.
Latitude: 34.924660 Longitude: -98.923526
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NE/4 of Section 7, Township 5 North, Range 16 West in Kiowa, County, Oklahoma. SURFACE ONLY
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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.
Click on the Online Auction Tab to participate in the bidding for this auction or you can download our new Clift Land App for your mobile devices.
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
905 S. Fillmore St., Ste 102
Amarillo, TX 79101
(800) 299-LAND (5263)
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