AUCTION LOCATION: Off Site-OrlandoCommunity Building, 500 4th St., Orlando, OK. 73073
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots One (1), Two (2) and Three (3) and the South Half of the Northeast Quarter (S/2 NE/4) and the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (SE/4 NW/4) of Section Five (5), Township Nineteen North (19N), Range One West (1W) of the Indian Meridian, Payne County, State of Oklahoma.
LOCATION OF FARM: From Orlando, OK go North on Hwy 77 approximately 1 mile to E0590Rd (Airport Rd, CR 59) turn right (or East) and go 2.2 miles to the Northwest corner of the property.
DESCRIPTION: The farm has soils including: Grainola-Lucien complex 1 to 5 and 5 to 12 percent slopes Class 3 and 6, Renfrow and Grainola 3 to 8 percent slopes Class 6, Grainola clay loam 3 to 5 percent slope Class 3, Dale silt loam 0-1 percent slope Class 1, Grainola-Ashport-Mulhall complex Class 4. This would be an excellent place for a weekend getaway and a great location to build a cabin and be able to hunt at your desire. There is a lot of wildlife habitat seen on the property with the streams and timber as you can see by the pictures on the web site. There are nice ponds located on the west and east side of I-35 which is a nice addition for a cattle farm operations. The perimeter fencing is in usable condition. There is a tunnel located towards the south end of the property for access from one parcel to the other. There is a small corral in the southeast corner of the east quarter.
TRACT 1: E/2 NW/4 Sec 5-T19N-R1W, less highway previously reserved grass, timber, creek, ponds
TRACT 2: NE/4 Sec 5-T19N-R1W grass, timber, creek, ponds
TRACT 3: Combination of Tracts 1 & 2
FSA INFO: 210.01 Farmland acres, 24.52 Cropland acres; no base acres on the farm, it has been used for pasture for a number of years.
TAXES: 2016 Taxes were $225.00. The 2017 taxes will be prorated to day of closing.
POSSESSION: At Closing
MINERALS: No minerals sell
Internet Bidding: will be available by logging on to www.lippardauctions.com at least 48hrs prior to auction date. Neither the auction company nor the seller is responsible in the event of loss signal by either side.
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: If you have any questions, please call the Auction Company @ 580-237-7174 or Jerry Whitney @ 580-747-6705.
TERMS/CONDITIONS: 10% down of the total purchase price is to be placed in escrow the day of the auction with the balance being due upon delivery of marketable 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 the condition prior to the day of the auction. Any announcements made the day of auction supersede all advertising.
NAME OF PROPERTY: Tannehill Ranch 365-jc
ACREAGE: 365 Acres
LOCATION: 95 mi. S. of Tulsa, 175 mi. N. of Dallas
CLOSEST TOWN: McAlester, Oklahoma
ACCESS: County Road.
TOPOGRAPHY: Mostly Level, Some Sloping.
IMPROVEMENTS: 2 Shops, Arena, Receiving Pens, 2 Hay Sheds.
FORAGE: Bermuda, Fescue, Bluestem, Native Mix.
CAPACITY: 120 Pairs, 250 Stockers.
WATER: 8 Ponds, 2 Seasonal Creeks.
WILDLIFE: Deer, Turkey, Waterfowl, Native Species.
UTILITIES: Rural Water, Electricity, Septic.
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL Excellent County Road Frontage.
This diversified Southeastern Oklahoma ranching operation has much to offer. The well maintained mix of Improved and Native Grasses obviously identifies it as a first rate cow-calf ranch but there are more options. The property also has a complete processing and recieving facility with electronic scales and loading chutes built with the stocker operator in mind. There is a lighted arena on site that has been a destination for the local ropers for years as well as a source of income. Other improvements include a large newer shop building, a small shop building, a pole barn, a large hay shed and a storage unit. There are two full sets of utilities just off of the County Road for the buyer looking to build a home. The 8 ponds provide plenty of stock water and would allow for cross-fencing the pastures any number of ways. The possibilities are many and varied but they all begin with grass and this place has it in spades. If your priority is to have a place that produces, this one cant be overlooked!