Auction

Bowman County Farms

Apr 9 Bowman, ND 1,748± Deeded Acres

Executive Summary

The Bowman County Farms Land and Minerals Auction’s 1,748± acres will be offered in 7 tracts and in combinations. A portion of the Sellers owned minerals will be offered separately. Tracts range from a 2± acre homesite to 746± dryland farm.

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1-800-829-8747

Auction Date and Location:
Thursday, April 9th at 10:00am MT
Held at the Bowman County Fairgrounds
12 US-12, Bowman, ND 58623

Information Dates and Location:
Thursday, March 19th 10:00am to 12:00noon MT
Thursday, April 2nd 10:00am to 12:00noon MT
Meet a Hall and Hall Auction representative at the main headquarters on Tract 5.
14907 86th Street SW, Bowman, ND 58623

Just the Facts

-         Offered in Tracts from 2± acres to 746± acres

-         Farm has grown wheat, sunflowers, oats, corn, barley, peas, and lentils

-         The Hay is a grass/alfalfa mix

-         Entire farm fenced with well-maintained pasture fences

-         The ranchland has ample water with two pastures fed by well water, as well as a spring-fed creek that runs through most pastures

-         The farm, which has rarely been hunted, is home to pheasant, turkey, ducks, geese, dear, and antelope

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Acreage (Deeded & Leased)

Tract 1: 320± Acres

Tract 2: 160± Acres

Tract 3: 160± Acres

Tract 4: 160± Acres

Tract 5: 2± Acres

Tract 6: 746± Acres

Tract 7: 200± Acres

Deeded Acres: 1,748±
Total Acres: 1,748±

Improvements

Tract 5:

-         2,412± square foot custom home built in 1974

-         28’X32’ detached garage

Tract 6:

-         Machine shed 50’X50’ built in 1970

-         Machine shed 35’X80’ built in 1960

-         Pole barn 34’X50’ built in 1965

-         Barn 34’X56’ built in 1940

-         Two-7700 bu grain bins

-         Six additional grain bins

Mineral Rights

A portion of the Sellers owned minerals will be offered separately. Mineral information is currently being updated.

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Wildlife Resources

The farm has been home to pheasant, turkey, ducks, geese, deer, and antelope. Historically, hunting has not been allowed except for family friends wishing to pheasant hunt or to help thin deer.

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Terms

Summary of Terms:

•   A five percent (5%) buyer's premium will be added to the final bid price(s) to determine the total contract price(s).

•   A ten percent (10%) 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.

•   Broker participation is available. Contact our office for participation guidelines.


Immediately following the land and mineral auction 280± alfalfa and grass hay bales will be sold. Hay must be removed prior to closing.