AUCTION LOCATION: Harper County Fair Building, Harper County Fairgrounds Buffalo, OK. 73834
From Hoy Street and Turner, go approx.… 6 blocks west. Or from Hwy 183 & 64 go ½ mile west to N1900 Road, then ½ mile north to Fairgrounds.
This ranch has been in the Wheeler Family for a long time with some of the ranch being homesteaded. There are approx. 680± acres that are contiguous and another 160 acres only 1 mile west providing a very nice ranch all in one location. There is approx… 449± total acres in the government Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) with the remaining 391± acres in native grassland.
The CRP contracts are available on our website .
The principal soil types throughout the ranch are comprised of Irene Silt Loam, class I; Mansic Clay Loam, class II; Hardeman Fine Sandy Loam, class II; Manson Loam, class II; Plemons Loam, class III; Woods Clay Loam, class III; Devol Fine Sandy Loam, class III; Abbie Fine Sandy Loam, class II & III; Quinlan-Rock outcrop Complex, class VII. This ranch offers endless hunting possibilities for deer, pheasant as well as, cattle production. For more information be sure to log on to for contracts, pictures, etc. or call for your full color brochure
RANCH OFFERINGS: The ranch will be offered in 3 different tracts and then back together to achieve the highest possible price.
Legal Description: S/2 of SE/4 and S/2 of NW/4 and SW/4 of Section (20), Township (27) North, Range (24) W.I.M. (320± Acres)
Directions: From Hwy 64 & 183 in Buffalo, OK. Go 10.5 miles west on Hwy 64 to NS180, then ½ mile south or From Hwy 64 & 283 (7 mls. North of Laverne, OK) go 4 miles east, ½ south.
Taxes: Contract: Contract # 10286, started 10-1-13 and matures 9-30-2028. There is 226.9 acres enrolled with a per acre rental rate and a annual payment. There is another contact # 10288 with 33.8 acres enrolled with per acre rental rate with annual payment.
This tract is grassland (some just planted last year for CRP) with rolling terrain and fairly new perimeter fencing. There is a windmill located on this property with large water tank on dividing line (half on each tract) of Tract 1 & 2. This property has good access by county road on the west and south.
Tract # 2:
Legal Description: W/2 of NW/4, NW/4 of SW/4, NE/4 of NW/4 of Section (28) and NE/4, and NE/4 of SE/4 of Section (29), Township (27)North, Range (24) W.I.M. (360± acres)
Directions: From Hwy 64 & 183 in Buffalo, OK. Go 10.5 miles west on Hwy 64, then 1 mile south or From Hwy 64 & 283 (7 mls. North of Laverne, OK) go 4 miles east, 1 south.
Taxes: Contract: Contract # 10287, started 10-1-14 and matures 9-30-2028. There is 36.1 acres enrolled with a per acre rental rate and a annual payment. The balance is in good native grass.
This tract is grassland with rolling terrain and some large ravines with timber. This is an excellent property for large Whitetail deer hunting (pictures of past deer taken off of this tract on website). There is a live creek that runs throughout this tract with two nice size ponds. There is a large ravine area on the northwest east corner of this property that also has springs and excellent wildlife habitat. This property also has good perimeter fencing around most of the boundary area. This is one of those hidden hunting spots you wouldn’t expect to find in this area! Access is only by the county road on the north that comes to this tract in the NW corner. Adjoins Tract #1 on the south.
Tract # 3;
Legal Description: E/2 of NE/4 and E/2 of SE/4 of Section (25), Township (27) North Range (25) W.I.M. all in Harper County, Oklahoma. (160± acres)
Directions: From Hwy 64 & 183 in Buffalo, OK. Go 10.5 miles west on Hwy 64, then 1 mile south, 1 mile west or From Hwy 64 & 283 (7 mls. North of Laverne, OK) go 3 miles east, 1 south.
Taxes: Contract: Contract # 10115, started 10-1-12 and matures 9-30-2022. There is 152.2 acres enrolled with a per acre rental rate and a annual payment.
This tract is slightly rolling terrain and is all grassland with most of the property in the CRP program. Access to this property is by good county road on the north, east, and south. The property is quarter of a mile wide by one mile long. This tract also has a 6” water well drilled and use for water supply to drilling rigs. (No pump)
CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM: The purchaser of these properties must stay in compliance with the existing Conservation Reserve Program contracts (contract are located on ) for viewing and in the bidder packets supplied the day of the auction. Purchase contracts will also have this verbiage contained.
POSSESSION: will be given at closing.
MINERALS: selling surface rights only
OLINE BIDDING: will be available by logging on to at least 48 hours prior to auction date. 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 believed reliable; however, no guarantee is being made by the seller or the auction company. Buyers must stay in compliance with existing CRP program contracts. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to any inspections prior to bidding on the property. Any announcements made the day of the auction supersede all advertising.