240± ACRES GARFIELD COUNTY OK
GRASS • 5- PONDS • CATTLE PRODUCER
Covington, Garber Area
Friday, March 27th 10:00 a.m.
Auction Location-OFF SITE - 109 W. MAIN ST. COVINGTON OK 73730
Covington Fire Department, Covington OK
Directions to Farm: From East of Enid at HWY 412 and HWY 74 Junction, South 2-1/2 miles to Southgate Road, East 1-1/2 miles, or from the North edge of Covington Ok, North 3-1/2 miles, East 1-1/2 miles.
This property offers an excellent opportunity for the cattle producer, currently it is all in grass with 5 ponds. It is rare to find this many acres of grass combined under one good 5-wire fence. It is an ideal location for deer and turkey hunting.
This property consist of 240+ acres of land according to the Garfield County FSA office. There are 181.60± acres of cropland with a 30 bushel yield. At this time the entire 240 acres has been allowed to return to grass. This property carries soil types of Grainola-Masham-Ironmound complex 5-12 percent slopes Class VI, Port silt loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes Class II, Grainola Masham complex, 3 to 5 percent slopes Class III. Located 1-1/2 mile off of HWY 74.
Legal Description: NE/4 30-22N-3 and the N/2 of SE 30-22N-3 W.I.M. Garfield County Oklahoma.
Taxes: 2014 taxes were 2015 taxes will be prorated to the day of closing.
Minerals: Surface Rights Only.
Possession: Will be given at closing
Auction Notes: We at Lippard Auctions are proud to be working for the Gregg Family; they are offering an outstanding grass farm which is ready for any type of producer. It offers many possibilities, not only the grass but also for the hunter. Questions call Rodney Timm .
Internet Bidding: will be available by logging on to at least 48 hours prior to the auction date. Neither the Auction Company nor the Seller is responsible in the event of loss 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 believed reliable; however, no guarantee is being made by the Auction Company or the Seller. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to any inspections prior to bidding. Any announcements made the day auction supersede all advertising.