Ranch View Dates: Sunday January 11th and 18th 2-4 PM or by appointment
This very nice Woods County cattle ranch consist of approximately 800± acres of very good grass pasture land with excellent perimeter and cross fencing (24 acres Bermuda, 160 acres of Old World Blue Stem with another 30 acre Blue Stem, balance in native grass). This ranch has been improved with 2 very heavily built set of cattle pens one at the blacktop entrance with a 9’ x 30’ RR box car (currently being used for bulk cake storage) and one that joins the cattle shed. Rural water faucets have been run throughout the entire area of the improvements, as well as, the entrance pens. The ranch is of rolling terrain providing good cattle shelter, with very good Spar Blue Stem and native grass pasture with scattered timber throughout (there is 204 acre wheat base with this farm, also). Access is extremely good with blacktop boarding to the south and good county road access on the north side of the ranch. There are a 4 of very nice ponds with 2 of them stocked and live creek (Eagle Chief) providing good source of water year round for cattle and wildlife. This is an excellent cattle ranch with good hunting and fishing recreation, as well. This property has been in the Ferguson family for a long time and could be generations before it might become available again! Be sure to attend this auction!
Improvements: The ranch is improved with a very nice 1997 18’ x 76’ singlewide mobile home with 3 nice size bedroom, 2 bathrooms, large dining area and kitchen. In 2008 a 16’ x 33’ living area was added to the existing home with central heat and air conditioning and utility area. The home is in excellent condition and very nice! The home has gable roof, partial brick with wood deck patio area. Ms. Ferguson just installed a new in-ground storm shelter close to the home. There is a nice 12’ x 24’ metal building built in 2000 with concrete floor, electric, and nice wood burning stove. 2010 a 30’ x 40’ metal shop building was built with concrete floor, electric, insulated, 10’ sidewalls, 2- 9’ x 10’ overhead doors and 1 walk-in door.
In 2011 there was a 30’ x 50’ cattle shed built with a 10’ x 30’enclosed area with 2 partitioned rooms (one is currently an extra living quarters with wood stove or vet room and the other is small tack or feed room). There is a heavy built set of cattle pens adjoining this building with water, electric and a nice round horse pen. The property has very nice pipe corners and pipe arch gates to paddocks
Principal Soil Types: Tillman Silty Clay Loam, class II, 1-3% slopes; Devol Fine Sandy Loam, class III, 1-5% slopes; Vernon Clay Loam, class III, 1-3% slopes; Farry Fine Sandy Loam, class II, 1-3% slopes; Waynoka Fine Sandy Loam, class II, 1-3% slopes; Buford Silt Loam, class II, 1-3% slopes; and Vernon-Knoco Complex, class VI, 1-12% slopes.
Possession: will be given at closing.
Minerals: Selling surface rights only. No minerals sell.
Utilities: Rural water, electric, L.P., septic sewer.
Cattle Capacity: Ms. Ferguson is currently running 55 bred cows and 12 first calf heifers. The ranch has ran 75 pairs year round, but does depend on rainfall.
Auctioneers Note: Lippard Auctioneers, Inc. is proud to offer this 800± acre ranch in its entirety to the highest bidder! Mrs. Ferguson has decided to retire from ranching and therefore will be offering this very nicely ready to operate cattle ranch at public auction. This ranch has been in the Ferguson family for 65 plus years and could be generations before it might become available again, so be sure to attend this auction!
Internet Bidding: will be available by logging on to www.lippardauctions.com at least 48 hours prior to bidding to register. Neither the Auction Company nor the Seller is responsible in the event of loss of signal by either side.
Terms/Conditions: 10% of the total purchase price is to be placed in escrow the day of the auction with the balance being due upon delivery of marketable title. All information has been taken from sources believe reliable; however, no guarantee is being made by the auction company nor the seller. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to any inspections prior to bidding. Any announcements made the day of the auction supersede all advertising.