480 +/- Acres | Good Livestock Land | Perry Area (Just off I-35), Noble Co., OK

April 29th, 2021
| 10:00 A.M.

Auction Location

Ditch Witch Training Center
1950 W. Fir Ave., Perry, OK 73077

Driving Directions

See farm descriptions below for farm locations

Auction Manager/s

T.J. Casteel
| 580.336.7764

Seller

The Charles Machine Works, INC

FARM #1 (160 +/- ACRES)

  • Located from the Jct. of I-35 & Fir St., ½ mile E. on Fir St. to CR 90, then 2 miles N. on CR 90 (Corner of Lariat Rd. & CR 90)
  • Rolling, grass covered hills with scattered trees (very scenic)
  • Excellent livestock grazing & shelter
  • Beautiful .67 acre pond (stocked for fishing)
  • Water fowl hunting potential (duck & geese)
  • Timber lined creek
  • Hunting potential (Whitetail deer, turkey, coyote, & bobcat)
  • Perimeter fence
  • Well located for home sites
  • According to Noble Co F.S.A. – Land is in F.S.A. unit w/ the SE/4 & has 81.82 +/- acres of cropland (of which 23.48 +/- acres is located on this SW/4 (formally in Alfalfa & currently established to grass) with a 49.8 acre wheat base & a 32 bu./ac. PLC yield
  • Soil Type of former cropland is Grant-Huska complex, Class II

‘20 Taxes:  were approx. $202.50.  Legal Description:  SW/4 of Sec. 4, Twp. 21N, R1 W.

FARM #2 (160 +/- ACRES)

  • Located from the Jct. of I-35 & US 77/SH 164/Independence (Sooner Corner), ½ mile W. on US 77/SH 164/Independence, then 2 miles N. on CR 80 (Corner of Knob Hill Rd. & CR 80)
  • Good grass pasture & scattered trees
  • Excellent livestock grazing & shelter
  • Nice size pond (.76 acre)
  • Water fowl hunting potential
  • Timber lined creek along W. end
  • Hunting potential
  • Perimeter fence
  • Well located for home sites
  • According to Noble Co F.S.A. – Land is in F.S.A. unit w/ the SW/4 & has 29.68 +/- acres of cropland (currently established to grass) with a 5.1 acre Oats base & a 40 bu./ac. PLC yield; & a 0.5 acre Barley base with a 38 bu./ac. PLC yield
  • Soil Type of former cropland is mostly Renfrow & Grainola soils, Class III;  with smaller amounts of Grainola-Lucien complex, Class III & Grainola-Ashport, Class IV

‘20 Taxes:  were approx. $279.50.  Legal Description:  SE/4 of Sec. 7, Twp. 21N, R1 W.

FARM #3 (160 +/- ACRES)

  • Located from the Jct. of I-35 & US 77/SH 164/Independence (Sooner Corner), 2 ½ miles W. on US 77/SH 164/Independence, then 1 ½ miles N. on CR 60 (Corner of Knob Hill Rd. & CR 60)
  • Another good livestock farm
  • Just enough timber for livestock shelter & wildlife
  • 3 ponds (.84 acre; .24 acre; & a .13 acre pond)
  • Timber lined creek
  • Hunting & fishing potential
  • Perimeter fence
  • Well located for home sites
  • Rural water available
  • According to Noble Co F.S.A. – there are 80.04 +/- acres of cropland (currently in grass), with a 65.6 acres wheat base & a 34 bu./ac. PLC yield; a 2.2 acre Grain Sorghum base with a 38 bu./ac. PLC yield; & a 5.7 acre Barley base with a 35 bu./ac. PLC yield
  • Soil Type of former cropland include Kirkland, Bethany & Port silt loams, all Class II; Norge silt loam, Class III; & Teller loam, Class IV

‘20 Taxes:  were approx. $433.50.  Legal Description: NW/4 of Sec. 13, Twp. 21N, R2 W.

General Statements

  • Order of Auction:  Farms will be offered individually only.
  • 21 Taxes: will be prorated to day of closing.
  • Minerals: Do not sell.  
  • Possession of Each Farm: at closing.
  • Registration: All bidders are required to register with valid form of ID and acknowledge and agree to auction terms & conditions. Absentee bidders who wish to authorize another person to bid/purchase on their behalf, please provide a letter of authorization. Contact the Auction Company for details.
  • Terms: 10% of the purchase price is to be placed in escrow day of auction with the balance being due upon delivery of merchantable title.  All information is taken from sources believed to be reliable; however, no guarantee is made by the auction company or its employer.  Buyers should satisfy themselves as to acreage, crop base, condition, etc. prior to auction day.  Announcements made day of auction take precedence.

Auction Results

Farm #1: $315,000
Farm #2: $290,000
Farm #3: $360,000