THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5, 2015 10:00AM
AUCTION LOCATION: Harper County Fairgrounds, Buffalo, Oklahoma 73834
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TRACT # 1
SE/4 of 29-28N-24 W.I.M. Harper Co. OK.
Directions: From Buffalo, OK. (Hwy 183 & 64), go 7.7 miles west to NS183 Road, then 4 miles north to EW10 Road, then 2 miles west, Or From Hwy 283/64 north of Laverne, OK. go 7 miles east to NS183 Road, then 4 miles north to EW10, then 2 miles west.
This tract of land consists of approximately 160 acres more or less. The property is all in native/Buffalo grass with few trees. There is a windmill water well, perimeter fencing and very good access by county roads. Soil types consist of Manson Loam class II & III, Westola-Quinlan-Hardeman complex, class VI, and Plemons Loam, class III.
TRACT # 2
NW/4 less 3.52 acres (home) and NW/4 of SW/4 20-28N-24 W.I.M. Harper Co. OK.
Directions: From Buffalo, OK. (Hwy 183 & 64), go 7.7 miles west to NS183 Road, then 7 miles north to EW Road, then 2.5 miles west, Or From Hwy 283/64 north of Laverne, OK. go 7 miles east to NS183 Road, then 7 miles north to EW8, then 2.5 miles west.
This tract of land consists of approximately 196.48 acres more or less. This property is all in native grass pasture with approximately 169.5 acres in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) with an annual payment of $5,909 with a $34.09 rental rate and expires 9/30/20 and is being renewed. (new contract will be post online when we receive it ). This property also had a wind lease that expired 2012 with a 3 year option to renew (see contract under documents). Soil types are Selman Silt Loam, class III; Woodward-Quinlan Complex, class III &VI; and Berda loam, class III.
TRACT # 3
W/2 of SE/4 and S/2 of SW/4 of 11-28N-25 and E/2 of NE/4 of 15-28N-25 and W/2 of NW/4 of 14-28N-25 W.I.M. Harper County, OK.
Directions: From Hwy 283/64 north of Laverne, go 8 miles north to EW 6 Road, then 2 miles east to NS 178 Road, then 1 mile south to EW 7 Road, then west ¼ mile.
This tract consists of approximately 320 acres more or less. This farm is all in native grass pasture and does have an existing Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contract that carries approximately 215.31 acres with a $33.11 rental payment and an annual income of $7,129.00. This contract matures 9/30/20 (see contract under documents). The property does have good access and has some fencing. The property is rolling with some ravine area providing good hunting and shelter for cattle. Principal soil types are Selman Silt Loam, class II & III; Woodward-Quinlan Complex, class III; and Westola-Quinlan-Hardeman Complex, class VI
Possession: will be given at closing (30 days)
Minerals: selling surface rights only
Conservation Reserve Program: Buyers must purchase property and stay in compliance with the existing CRP contract or contact the F.S.A. office to buy out of program.
Internet Bidding: will be available by logging on to www.lippardauctions.com 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 place 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 on the property. Any announcements made the day of the auction will supersede any advertising.
NAME OF PROPERTY: Sleepy Bear Hunting 393
ACREAGE: 393 Acres
CABIN: Insulated, open concept
LOCATION: 3 hours north of Dallas, TX; 1.5 hours south of Tulsa, OK and 2 hours southeast of OKC, OK
CLOSEST TOWN & ZIP: Quinton, OK
ACCESS: Gravel county road
TOPOGRAPHY: Much of the property is sited on a hill with a large plateau, with some fairly level bottomland
IMPROVEMENTS: Cabin, perimeter fencing, food plots, stands, blinds, ponds
FORAGE: Prepared food plots for wildlife and native browse
WATER: Four ponds, two seasonal streams
WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, turkey, squirrels, doves, and other indigenous wildlife
UTILITIES: Electricity, rural water is about 700 feet from the corner of the property
COMMENTS: If you are a true sportsman and want an exceptional property to hunt and enjoy with family or friends then you will definitely want to explore this beautiful land. The Sellers have developed the property with much forethought and consideration to maximizing the potential of the property for pulling in and holding the larger bucks. The forest is made up primarily of large hardwoods, primarily Post Oak, Hickory, and Red Oak. Pine saw timber can also be found throughout the property. Natural grasses have been reinvigorated through burning and mechanical removal of cedar, providing additional security and bedding cover that is essential to whitetail deer. Hinge cutting and releasing have also been completed in certain areas, while approximately 60% of the property has been maintained as a sanctuary and rarely if ever entered. The property has only been bow-hunted in recent years, striving to adhere to QDM guidelines. Located at the end of a dead end road, Sleepy Bear Ranch joins thousands of acres of Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Land (Collins WMA) creating access to what is arguably one of the top gene pools in the state. Trophy whitetails require genetics, nutrition, and age and this ranch has the ability to produce all three. The ranch is on a year round supplemental feeding program, in addition to the spring and summer food plots. The four ponds and two seasonal streams provide ample water for the wildlife. Call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-ALB-LAND.