Bob & Cheryl Meinzer of Meinzer Farms are offering
their 2,984 +/- acres of Colorado land for sale at auction. Located in
south central Washington County, Colorado and NW Kit Carson
County, Colorado, the Meinzer property includes 1,931.8 +/- acres of
dryland, 55 +/- acres pivot irrigated, 829.2 +/- acres CRP, and 111.4 +/-
acre improvement site & pasture. The Meinzer properties are located
in an area 9 mi S, 5 miles SE of Anton, CO or 19 +/- miles N of Flagler,
CO. The Buyer(s) to receive the landlord share of 967.5 +/- acres of
growing wheat. The Buyer(s) to receive possession of the 1,019.3 +/-
acres of summerfallow after the auction. Three CRP contracts expire
in 2016 with annual payments ranging from $31.34/ac to $34.44/ac
to $36.90/ac. The October 2014 CRP payment to be prorated to day
of closing. Seller to reserve 50% of owned mineral rights for 10 years.
The improvement site includes a beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath brick
home with manicured yard & landscaping, machine shed, and
mature windbreak. The Meinzer property to be offered for sale in 9
Parcels, 3 Combos, Dryland Unit, CRP Unit, & Single Unit. The Multi
Parcel Auction bidding format allows all bidders an opportunity to
participate and purchase dryland and CRP with parcel and combo
sizes ranging from 160 acres to 1,280 acres and the Dryland, CRP, &
Single Unit sizes ranging from 2,080 to 2,932 acres. A portion of the
Meinzer property has been owned by the family for over 65 years.
The Meinzers take great pride in their property beginning with how
they maintain the improvements, to their husbandry practices and
their fertilizer and weed control program, thus resulting in a consistent
and above average production history. Seldom does the opportunity
become available in this area to add to or expand your operation
with lands in such good condition, and once sold, may never
again be publicly offered for sale.
See our website for more information including a Color Brochure, Detail Brochure (available April 30th) & Visual Tour coming soon.
The Frates Family (shareholders of P & T Farms, Inc.) are offering their 2,668 acres of Nebraska land for sale at auction with NO RESERVE. Located in Keith, Perkins, & Deuel Counties, Nebraska, the FRATES & P & T FARMS IRRIGATED, CRP, & RIVERBOTTOM LAND AUCTION offers a diverse mixture of properties including some of the highest quality irrigated farmland Reck Agri Realty & Auction has offered for sale, South Platte Riverbottom Hunting Land, CRP, Improvement site, Dryland, & 2 ˝ lots for sale in Brule, NE. Acreage breakdown is as follows: 577.3 +/- acres irrigated by 5 pivots, 515.4 +/- acres flood irrigated by gated pipe, 425.0 +/- acres South Platte Riverbottom Hunting, 321.2 +/- acres dryland, 407.9 +/- acres CRP, expires 9/30/2021, annual payment of $13,249 @ $32.48/acre, 410.9 +/- misc acres of pivot corners, expired CRP, R/R lease irrigated & dryland, & wetlands and 10 acre improvement site with 2,784 sq ft, including basement, 4 bedroom, 1 ˝ bath home. 10 irrigation wells are located within the Twin Platte NRD with NO PUMPING RESTRICTIONS. 1 irrigation well is located within the Upper Republican NRD with a 2014 beginning allocation of 227.24 inches. 5 parcels include Western Irrigation Canal ditch rights. The South Platte Hunting includes 2 miles river frontage with excellent duck, goose, turkey and deer hunting and to be offered in 2 parcels and with irrigated farmland as a hunting unit. Farmland and Riverbottom is located within 1 - 8 mile radius of Brule, NE. Brule, NE is located 9 miles West of Ogallala, NE. The CRP is located 3 miles NW of Julesburg, CO in Deuel County, NE. Possession upon closing except for dryland, growing wheat, and improvements. 100% of owned mineral rights to be conveyed to Buyer(s). The pivot and flood irrigated soils are primarily Class I (Duroc loam) with areas of Class II with level terrain. Property to be offered 14 parcels, 3 combos, & hunting unit. Seldom does an auction with NO RESERVE occur with properties being offered for sale with such a diverse mixture of properties, excellent production history and soil types, no pumping restrictions, and the opportunity to purchase 2 miles of South Platte River.