This is a good investment or farmland addition for a local operator. Nice mix of CRP & with a quality cropland field with an 84.5 CSR2 that yielded 62 bu/acre of soybeans in 2021. The CRP contracts ends in 2022 thus there are options for the new owner.
Sold:Polk Co 102.9 a. & Story C0 80 a. Sealed Bid Offering - Polk County
Excellent Opportunity to buy highly tillable land in good location North of Ankeny and South of Huxley just west of Hwy 69 on the Polk/Story Co Line. There is 102.9 acres in Polk Co and 80 acres in Story County. Offers can be made individually or together.
Sold:Boone Co 126 acres – On-Line Auction October 21, 2021 - Boone County
This is an excellent recreational and rural residential property located in south central Boone County, Iowa approx. four miles NW of Madrid. A good mix of tillable land and mature hardwood timber with nice deep draws for pond possibilities. Good site for a rural home and farm setting. Located one mile west of Hwy. 17 on 300th Street then north on Rose Road for 3/4 mile.
Sold:Boone Co 75.39 Acres – On-line Auction August 27, 2021 - Boone County
This is an excellent property located in south central Boone County, Iowa approx. four miles NW of Madrid. A good mix of excellent cropland soils, Conservation Reserve land, mature timber and nice deep draws for pond possibilities. Good site for a rural home and farm setting. Located 1.6 miles west of Hwy. 17 on Quail Lane. Deer, turkey and pheasants are abundant.
Sold:Boone Co – 41 Acres m/l For Sale - Boone County
This property is located a few miles northwest of Perry, Iowa in SW Boone County. This land is mainly tillable farmland that is all allocated to CRP. There is approximately 40.72 gross acre according to Beacon. The West 1/2 of the East 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of Section 24, Township 82 North, Range 28, West of the 5th P.M., Boone County, Iowa
Sold:SOLD – 26.80 Acre Tillable Parcel - Boone County
This is a highly tillable tract located in 2-82-26, Douglas Township in Southeast Boone County. Currently, this property is mostly comprised of differing CRP types. There is 3.39 acres of field border CRP at $312.56/acre for a total payment of $1,060 until 2026 plus 20.79 acres of newly extended CRP at $310.30/acre for a total pay-ment of $6,451 until 2030. The total CRP income less the taxes divided by the asking price is a 3.43% return. There is a two acre food plot required that the seller said he would help coordinate the annual planting and care. This farm has an 80.7 CSR2 and is well tiled. If the CRP ends, then it will be a good tillable field. Overall, there are 26.80 gross acres and 24.04 net acres. The parcel is eligible for a rural residential home. Rural water and electric is available.
Sold:Coughlon 74.88 Acres Tract 3 - Webster County
This is another highly tillable tract with a 40’ x 96’ pole building in the SE corner. This building has a dirt floor and leased for $600/semi-annually but can be cancelled by the Buyer. There is a terrace running east and west on the north quarter. There is undoubtedly private tile with some noted on the county tile map but no tile size is noted nor good tile maps available. The farm slopes mostly NE to a small ravine along leading to the road ditch along P41 that appears low enough to tile to. The road culvert will take the water east of P41. The land is bordered by 145th Street on the south, 140th Street (C66)on the north and P41 (Johnson Street) on the east.
Sold:Coughlon 70.19 Acres Tract 2 - Webster County
This is a highly tillable tract with an acreage exception on the east side. There is a terrace running east and west on the north quarter quarter. The county tile map shows an 8” county tile to the south road ditch. There is likely private tile on the farm but no maps are available. The ditch at the south is deep near the orange intake and should make a good outlet into the ditch or hook onto the county tile. The land is bordered by 145th Street on the north, 150th Street on the south, P41 on the east and Tract 1 on the west.