The Fred Sekich Farm & Water’s 546± acres, 176 Colorado-Big Thompson water units, 6.75 Highland Ditch shares and 12 Sanborn Ditch units will all be offered in 59 tracts and in combinations.
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Auction Date and Location:
Wednesday, August 28th at 10:00am MT
Held at The Ranch in Loveland, CO
Information Dates and Location:
Wednesday, July 31st from 10:00am to Noon MT
Tuesday, August 13th from 10:00am to Noon MT
Meet a Hall and Hall Auction representative at 13850 Deere Ct, Longmont, CO
Just the Facts
- Offered in 14 Tracts from 4± acres to 141± acres
176 units of C-BT
- Offered in 33 Tracts from single units to 25 units
6.75 Highland Ditch Shares
- Offered in 11 Tracts from ¼ shares to single shares
12 Sanborn Ditch Units
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Colorado’s Front Range:
The Colorado Front Range is the most populous region of the State of Colorado and one of the fastest growing regions of the country. The area is located just east of the Rocky Mountain foothills along I-25 where the Great Plains meets the Rocky Mountains. Geologically, the region lies mostly within the Colorado Piedmont, in the valley of the South Platte, Big Thompson, and Arkansas rivers. The region contains the largest cities and the majority of Colorado’s population.
Weld County is an agricultural empire of 2.5 million acres of which 75 percent is devoted to farming and raising livestock. Weld County is Colorado's leading producer of beef cattle, grain, sugar beets, and dairy products. Weld is the richest agricultural county in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains, leads the state in the value of agricultural products sold, and is typically in the top ten richest overall nationally. In total, Weld’s agricultural products annually create over $1 billion of market value.
Fertile fields of green can be found in every part of the county. Every year over 875,000 acres of cropland is planted with over 300,000 of those acres irrigated. The state’s ideal climate, ready feed availability, and quality water make it an ideal agricultural locale.
Acreage (Deeded & Leased)
Tract 45: 104± acres of farmland and ranchland
Tract 46: 18± acres of farmland or home site
Tract 47: 4± acres of farmland or home site
Tract 48: 7± acres of farmland or home site
Tract 49: 121± acres of farmland
Tract 50: 68± acres of farmland or home site
Tract 51: 13± acres of ranchland or home site
Tract 52: 39± acres of ranchland or home site
Tract 53: 7± acre home site
Tract 54: 141± acres of pivot irrigated farmland
- Pivot pump and retention pond located on Tract 57
Tract 55: 4± acre home site with 1 C-BT Unit
Tract 56: 8± acre home site
Tract 57: 7± acre home site, pivot pump and retention pond
Tract 58: 4.5± acres with uncertain access
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The Colorado-Big Thompson (C-BT) collects melting snow and delivers it to more than 640,000 Eastern Colorado irrigated acres each year. The C-BT Project consists of 12 reservoirs and hundreds of miles of tunnels, canals, and transmission lines.
The Highland ditch is one of the major ditch tributaries of the Colorado Big-Thompson River Basin that provides irrigated water along its Ditch system between Lyons, CO and Mead, CO.
Tract 1: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 2: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 3: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 4: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 5: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 6: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 7: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 8: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 9: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 10: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 11: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 12: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 13: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 14: 1 C-BT Unit*
Tract 15: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 16: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 17: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 18: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 19: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 20: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 21: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 22: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 23: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 24: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 25: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 26: 5 C-BT Units*
Tract 27: 10 C-BT Units*
Tract 28: 10 C-BT Units*
Tract 29: 10 C-BT Units*
Tract 30: 10 C-BT Units*
Tract 31: 10 C-BT Units*
Tract 32: 25 C-BT Units*
Tract 33: 25 C-BT Units*
Tract 34: ¼ Highland Ditch Shares
Tract 35: ¼ Highland Ditch Shares
Tract 36: ¼ Highland Ditch Shares
Tract 37: ½ Highland Ditch Shares
Tract 38: ½ Highland Ditch Shares
Tract 39: ½ Highland Ditch Shares
Tract 40: ½ Highland Ditch Shares
Tract 41: 1 Highland Ditch Share
Tract 42: 1 Highland Ditch Share
Tract 43: 1 Highland Ditch Share
Tract 44: 1 Highland Ditch Share
Tract 59: 12 Sanborn Ditch Units
*The successful transfer of C-BT water units are subject to the Northern Water Conservancy Act and requires auction participants to apply and be approved by the Northern Water Board of Directors. Failure to get prior approval before bidding will put the bidder’s earnest money at risk. Bidding on C-BT units without such prior approval is highly discouraged. To obtain approval to bid on C-BT units contact Sherri Rasmussen at 970-622-2217.
Mineral Rights will be retained by the seller.
Leases and Permits
The Seller reserves the 2019 planted crop. Depending on weather, the crop will be fully harvested before or within a few weeks of closing.
Broker participation is available. Contact our office for participation guideline.
Summary of Terms:
· A four percent buyer's premium will be added to the final bid price(s) to determine the total contract price(s).
· A ten percent earnest money deposit of the total contract price will be due immediately from all successful bidders.
· The property is being sold "AS IS, WHERE IS" and without any contingencies including financing.
· Closing will be set 45 days from the auction date or as soon thereafter as closing documents are available.
· The Transfer of C-BT water units are subject to the Northern Water Conservancy Act and approval of the Northern Water Board of Directors.
· Broker participation is available. Contact our office for participation guideline.
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