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LAND & EQUIPMENT AUCTION (OK & KS) 665 +/- AC. ALFALFA COUNTY OKLAHOMA AND HARPER COUNTY KANSAS Cropland - Pasture - CRP - Hunting - House - Barn Tractors - Balers - Hay Equipment - Tillage - Dozer -Excavator Auction Date & Time: Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. Auction Location: 5 miles north of Amorita, Oklahoma or 5 miles south of Corwin, Kansas Order of sale: Land Auction starts at 1:00 p.m. The land will be offered in multiple tracts (separately and collectively) to arrive at highest price. Equipment auction will start immediately following the land. There are no small items so please be on time. LAND: This ranch is divided by the Oklahoma - Kansas state line. Located halfway between Amorita Oklahoma (in northern Alfalfa County) and Corwin Kansas (in southern Harper County); and offers a diverse mix of cultivated cropland and grassland. The soil types are suitable for all crops grown in the area. Previous crop production includes wheat, milD, soybeans, sorghum and alfalfa. The pastures are an excellent stand of Bermuda Grass and are sub-irrigated in most years. Most fences are in excellent shape and the farm is set up for cattle grazing with cross-fences and water wells. Located along a hard- surface blacktop read with easy access. IMPROVEMENTS: The 3 bed, 1 bath HOUSE (approx. 1232 sq ft) built in 1964 has been used as a hunting camp. 2 BARNS are in excellent shape: 1 Steel fabricated "red iron" building with R-panel exterior approximately (50 x 100) and 14' tall with 2 - 20' doors (one at each end) on automatic openers, complete insulation, wiring, cement floors and liner panel throughout interior. Also has poured concrete perimeter around exterior and large approach on both ends. The second barn is wood construction with steel panel exterior approximately (24 x 36) and 10' tall with 2 - 10' doors on south end, both on automatic openers, completely insulated, wired, cement floor and liner panel interior; set up for parking vehicles and cleaning game. It has heater, floor drain, electric hoist and large freezer. HUNTING: First class hunting supports pheasants, quail, and Whitetail deer. The quality of Whitetail genetics on this place cannot be overstated. The property has a long history of producing Trophy Bucks. A seasonal tree-lined CREEK divides the property and runs entirely through the ranch from north to south offering one of the best BOW HUNTING scenarios you will find. Feeders and Deer blinds located throughout the property from Boss Game System (6 x 8) on 12 and 15 foot towers with heaters and office chairs in each. Some of the largest bucks in the state are grown in this area of UNIT 16. Tract #1:(107 +/- acres) NE/4, Section 17-29N-10W, Alfalfa County OK. Includes house, barns and improvements. Approx. 50 acres in cultivation with the balance in grass and creek. Tract #2:(277 +/- acres) S/2 SE/4 of Section 9; and NE/4 and Lot 1 of Section 16, all in 35S-9W Harper County KS. Approx. 153 acres in cultivation with the balance in grass and creek. Tract #3:(80 +/- acres) N/2 SE/4 Section 9-35S-9W Harper County KS. All in Grass. Tract #4:(102 +/- acres) S/2 N/2 SW/4 and N/2 S/2 SW/4 and N/2 S/2 S/2 SW/4, Section 9-35S-9W Harper County KS. CRP contract shows CP25 with 94.54 acres enrolled at $39.93 rate and $3,773 annual payment expiring September 30, 2018. Tract #5:(99 +/- acres) S/2 S/2 S/2 SW/4 of Section 9; and N/2 NW/4 of Section 16, all in 35S-9W Harper County KS. Approx. 90 acres in cultivation with balance in creek and trees. Tract #6:(665 +/- acres) Combination of all tracts offered collectively. EQUIPMENT: All farm equipment is in like-new condition with very little use. Dozer and Excavator are tight machines, well-maintained and farmer-owned. There are no small items so please be on time. 2012 Tractor 8325R John Deere MFWD 195 hours, power-shift trans, rear duals. Extended Warranty (2500 hr, engine-power train) expires Oct 26, 2015. Ser# 1RW8235RRHCP064040 2014 Tractor 6150R John Deere MFWD 165 hours, power-quad trans. Extended Warranty (1500 hr, engine-power train) expires Apr 30, 2017. Ser# 1RW6150RCER012849 With H360 John Deere self-leveling loader. Ser# 8422 2013 Self-propelled Windrewer 450R John Deere SP Windrower 78 hours. Ser#1EOR450XECD390714 With 995 Disk Header, 16 foot. Ser# 1E00995SJCD390945 2013 Donahue Windrower Trailer Model EXG-180. GVWR 20,600 Ibs. Ser#1D9EK22H9DD221171 2013 Round Baler 569 John Deere "Premium" (5x6) approx.. 500 bales, net wrap, hydraulic pickup, kicker, big tires, 1000 pto. Ser# 1E00569DCDD390226 2013 Round Baler 569 John Deere (5x6) approx. 850 bales, net wrap, hydraulic pickup, kicker, big tires, 1000 pto. Ser# 1E00569XEDD392043 Hay Rake H&S 16 Wheel High Capacity, Bi-fold. Model FB14HC. Ser# 215307 2012 Grain Drill 455 John Deere 25 foot. Less than 1,000 acres use. Ser# 1N00455XKC0745279 2012 Disk 6230-26 Landol126 foot tandem offset. Less than 1,000 acres use. Ser# 62G1203198 Bucket with Grapple, 8 foot, fits H360 Loader. 2003 Dozer D5NXL CAT, 6 way blade, rear ripper, finger tip controls, power-shift trans slope board foldable extension on blade, heat, air conditioning, air ride seat, approx. 4500 hours. Ser# CAT00G5NVAGG00237 2007 Excavator 200CLC John Deere, heat, air conditioning, approx. 3800 hours. Ser# 200CX508836 Terms: Title on land to be conveyed by Warranty Deed. Buyers are required to sign purchase agreement and place 10% of purchase price (cash, or approved checks) in escrow immediately following the auction with the balance due at Closing. Possession will be given at Closing. MINERALS do not sell: Offering surface rights only. NOTE: All information is taken from sources believed reliable; however, no guarantee is made by the auction company or the seller. Advertised acres listed for all tracts are estimates with no guarantee of actual size. Buyers should perform their own inspections on land, improvements and equipment prior to bidding. Any announcements made the day of sale take precedence over any previous advertising, promotion, or statements. Seller: Guy and Teresia Clark For more information contact Hunting Country Real Estate LLC Shane Terrel 580-327-7889 www,huntingcountry,net United Country -- Kansas City Auction and Realty Shawn Terrel 580-747-6068 www,auctionkansascity,com Wilmore by Christina Griffin Well you might be getting tired of hearing about this old house, but if I have to live in it, you have to listen. The cabinets and counter tops will be in by the time you read this. Now just the tin ceil- ing, wood trim, paint and wall- paper. Bring your mother to ride the carousel on Mother's Day, she'll love it and so will you. We will be open all day. We have a standing card game at the library on Tuesdays. We have enough people so that if someone isn't available, we can still play. Barbara Delaney, Marci Myers, Christy Griffin, and Debra Lane are in the group. We bring snacks and have a good time. Barbara thinks the name of the game is "Barbara Wins," but it' s really "Hand and Foot." Shhhhhh, Dallas Wilson was caught mowing his grass this week and it looks great. Don't tell anyone. Beccy Tanner and her photographer Beau, from the Wichita Eagle were down on Thursday and took pictures and did an interview about the Car- ousel in Wilmore. It appeared in the Sunday edition and has pic- tures and a video on line. It was fun and gave Wilmore a little publicity, without having bad weather. Thanks for that. Ruby Booth celebrated her 94th birthday April 30. They had a celebration at Pioneer Lodge for friends and family. Ruby was decked out in her usual finery and a birthday hat. She was given a beautiful "diamond bracelet" -- but it came with a guard so don't get any ideas. Happy Birthday, Ruby. Thanks to the Road and Bridge department for doing away with the "slalom course" on the Wilmore road. The big pot holes have been filled and there is dirt piled along the edge. Maybe more work in the future? Jade Hoover from Pratt, great granddaughter of Marci and Gene Myers, will be going on a mission to India, after graduation this summer. She will be work- ing in an orphanage for a month. Good luck to you, Jade. We will have a new minister in W'tlmore and Coldwater in July. Juan Espinosa and his family will be coming from Nebraska. We welcome you. The Wilmore Federated Church had a going away picnic for Pastor Gary and Cindy Merritt on Sunday at Centennial Park in Wilmore. There were about 45 people in attendance with A1 Martens providing the music from his pocket. He would take requests. Clark Yost and Mike Lehl cooked fish and burgers and everyone else brought side dishes. The food and company was great. We will miss you, Gary and Cindy. Thanks for having me. See you next week. Greetings fromall the Prairie Plaza folks. We had a nice little shower Sunday night, enough to water our plants. This sultry summer weatehr is really something. Thank goodness we haven't had to use our new shelter yet. Our new neighbor Bonny West did get moved in last week, and we had a food visit. Her granddaughter has our new flower shop on East Main, so we hope you can check them all out soon. Our Come On Home To Cold- water celebration is coming soon, so we hope you all can come. Since gas prices are cheaper, maybe will have more folks show up for our big city celebration than some years. I have been busy making my special Memorial Day wreaths and hope the weather is decent for that weekend. Since our three inch ram, everthing is so nice and green. Neighbor Leola Moore had knee surgery last week and seems to be doing fine in swing bed at our hospital. We wish her well. Patricia Lytle has been to Gar- den City to visit and order some by Darlene Hilt new things for her apartment. When we move in here we need to down-size, as most of us have found out. Through the years we do accumulate a lot. Carol Turner said the speaker at the church told them all about the Mission Trip to Equador. Thank goodnes we still have groups here in the USA who can accomplish such things. I finally caught our new neighbor Mary Anne at home and we had a visit about her job and I told her about our Game Days. Her daughter is a teacher in Protection. Sarah Hess is the young gal doing all the painting on our brown trim. I hope she can stay healthy. This job has needed done for a long time. Good luck, Sarah. Gracie McLaughlin had no special news this week, but said her family is getting ready for graduation. Jack Pyle has been house sit- ting for a friend and comes in to check his mail. Jane Trummel said they had a nice crowd at the fly-in Sun- day, and the weather was pretty fair. Plan soemthing special for you mother, and pray for rain again.