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Consignment Auction
9:00 AM Saturday, August 12, 2017
Nixon's Auction House
HUGE CONSIGNMENT AUCTION! PICTURES ARE ON AND SO IS THE SALE BILL, but having issues with it working and my ipad is dying. Stay tuned!
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USD 332 Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, July 15, 2017
Cunningham, ks
PICTURES ARE ON AND SO IS SALE BILL!
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HUGE CONSIGNMENT AUCTION
9:00 AM Saturday, June 3, 2017
Nixon's Auction House
ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, FURNITURE, INTIMIDATOR, and so much more! JUNE 3rd at 9:00 AM
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Consignment Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, April 1, 2017
Nixon Auction House
MORE NEW ITEMS ADDED TODAY!!!! Pistols, and a Yamaha cycle! PICTURES ADDED! CHECK OUT the new pictures of items! Guns, Crossbow, coins, and motorcycles will sell at 1pm. Front of sale bill is downloaded. Until I can get into the sale bill to correct it, the item listed as a Crossbow is, in fact, a compound bow set.
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Real Estate Auction
1:00 AM Tuesday, May 16, 2017
416 Drumm, Kiowa, KS
This is a 948 Sq. Ft. home with 2 bedrooms, and 1.5 bathrooms, and a big back yard! There is an attached carport, and a nice front porch as well. Home sells completely furnished and with no reserve, so come ready to buy!
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Real Estate Auction
10:00 AM Friday, June 2, 2017
On Site 504 N. Main, Medicine Lodge, KS
Property description: This 1148 sq.ft. home has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath with an unfinished basement, single-car garage and carport. Floor furnace and window unit AC. Wood siding and Main Street location. Basement access from interior and exterior. NO RESERVE.
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St. Leo Knights of Columbus Machinery Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, November 5, 2016
St. Leo
The sale bill and pictures should now be on here. See you at the sale!
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Consignment Auction
9:30 AM Saturday, October 15, 2016
Nixon's Auction House
PICTURES POSTED and adding new items all the time!
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Consignment Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, June 11, 2016
Nixon Auction & Realty, LLC
Sale bill is loaded and so are lots of pictures. Huge consignment sale featuring items from the late: Dwight Stone, Wes Cline and Roger Lukens, and many others. Antiques and collectibles, Western wear and decor, Mercury boat, and much, much more.
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2016 Machinery Consignment Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, April 2, 2016
Pageant Arena/Rodeo Grounds-1/2 mile E on 160 to Rodeo Drive, 3/4 mile S, Medicine Lodge, Ks
We are back with a new location. Already getting lots of calls for consignments. All types of machinery and livestock equipment are welcome as well as cars, trucks, boats, trailers, etc. Call Jed Hill 620-886-1701, John Nixon 620-886-0793, or Travis Thimesch 620-243-4080 to get your items in now!!!!!!!
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Huge Consignment Auction

Nixon Auction House
Huge Consignment sale with items from the late Dwight Stone and Roger Lukens, and from the Arnesdorf family, as well as many others.
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PUBLIC AUCTION
10:00 AM Saturday, October 31, 2015
Nixon Auction House- Highway 160 (across from The Stockade)
Antiques, Collectibles, Household items, furniture, tools, outdoor items, and MUCH more! Sale bill and photos are available now! Sale also to include: 2012 Buick LaCrosse 34,600 miles, previously owned by the late Vivian Harbaugh. Excellent condition! 1971 Honda SL70 motorcycle (Bill of Sale only), totally restored! Vehicles sell at 1:00 PM.
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St.Leo Knights of Columbus Machinery Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, November 7, 2015
ST. LEO, KANSAS
All types of machinery and livestock equipment are welcome as well as cars, trucks, boats, trailers, etc. Call Travis Thimesch 620-243-4080, Chris Schaller 316-295-9794, Jed Hill 620-886-1701, or John Nixon 620-886-0793 to get your items in now!!!!!!! SALE BILL AND PHOTOS AVAILABLE WITH MORE TO COME!
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PUBLIC AUCTION
9:00 AM Saturday, August 29, 2015
Nixon Auction House - Hwy 160 (Across from the Stockade), Medicine Lodge, KS
SELLERS: Bob and Margaret Rutan Estate. Lots of quality antiques, quilts, furniture, dishes, glassware, pottery, and more!! SALE BILL AND PHOTOS AVAILABLE NOW!
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PUBLIC AUCTION
10:00 AM Saturday, May 30, 2015
Nixon Auction House (Hwy 160, Across from the Stockade), Medicine Lodge, KS
ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, FURNITURE, TOOLS, OUTDOOR ITEMS, WIDE VARIETY OF NEW TIRES FOR MOWERS AND IMPLEMENTS, AND MUCH MORE!! SALE BILL AND PHOTOS AVAILABLE NOW!
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Hartley Farm Machinery Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, March 28, 2015
Sale Bill Available Now! Photos available now with more to come! We are pleased to be conducting this sale for the Charles Sam Hartley Estate. The major items were all bought new, shedded, and taken excellent care of. Join us for a great auction. Terms: Cash or Good Check with ID. Parking: Please follow the arrows through the drive way and around the shed. Parking area will be in the field on the North and West side of the property. We ask that you please stay off the yard areas, thanks.
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PUBLIC AUCTION
10:00 AM Saturday, December 6, 2014
Nixon Auction House, Hwy 160 (Across from the Stockade), Medicine Lodge, KS
Antiques, Collectibles, Household Items, Furniture, Tools, Outdoor Items, and much more! Sale Bill and available now and photos coming soon!
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St. Leo Machinery Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, October 25, 2014
St. Leo, Kansas
SALE BILL AVAILABLE NOW-- Taking consignments. All types of machinery and livestock equipment are welcome, as well as cars, trucks, boats, trailers, etc. Call: Travis Thimesch 620-243-4080 Chris Schaller 316-295-9794 Jed Hill 620-886-1701 John Nixon 620-886-0793 GET YOUR ITEMS IN NOW!!!
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ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY AUCTION
10:00 AM Saturday, October 18, 2014
Nixon Auction House (Hwy 160, Across from the Stockade Museum), Medicine Lodge, KS
House at: 202 E. Central, Hardtner, KS Selling at 1:00 PM at Nixon Auction House REAL ESTATE INFORMATION Description: 2 bedroom, 2 bath home, with a large utility room and lots of storage. Single car detached garage, high efficiency central heating and air. Stove, refrigerator, washer and dryer, dishwasher, and deep freeze included. Legal Description: Lot 8 in Block 67 in the City of Hardtner, County of Barber, State of Kansas 2013 Real Estate Taxes: $146.96 Terms on Real Estate: Selling as is, 10% down day of auction, balance due at closing within 30 days Lots of personal property items! See sale bill for list! SELLER: Gloria Piersall
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AUCTION POSTPONED
10:00 AM Saturday, September 20, 2014
on location at 11934 NE Mumford Rd, Isabel, Kansas
AUCTION HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO REASONS OUT OF MY CONTROL. IT MAY BE SOLD AT A LATER DATE WHEN LEGAL MATTERS ARE RESOLVED. SORRY FOR ANY INCONVIENCE John W. Nixon
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Public Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, May 31, 2014
Nixon Auction House (Hwy 160, Across from the Stockade), Medicine Lodge, KS
Antiques, Collectibles, Household Items, Furniture, Tools, Outdoor Items, and much more! Sale Bill and photos available now!
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2014 Spring Machinery Consignment Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, April 5, 2014
Lot S. of Alco on Hwy 281, Medicine Lodge, KS
Now Accepting Consignments! Call Jed at 620-886-1701, Cliff at 620-886-1006, John at 620-886-0793 or Travis at 620-243-4080. Photos and Sale Bill are now available with more photos to come!
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Individual Farm Machinery Sale
10:00 AM Saturday, March 8, 2014
13521 W. Peckham Rd, Braman, OK 74632 (5 miles W of Blackwell on Hwy 177 or 4 Miles South of Braman on Hwy 177)
Lots of great farm machinery and equipment. Photos and Sale Bill available now! SELLER: Bill & Verna McKenzie
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St. Leo Knights of Columbus Machinery Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, November 2, 2013
St. Leo, KS
All types of machinery and livestock equipment are welcome as well as cars, trucks, boats, trailers, etc. Call Travis Thimesch 620-243-4080, Chris Schaller 316-295-9794, Jed Hill 620-886-1701, Cliff McKinney 620-886-1006, Or John Nixon 620-886-0793 to get your items in now!!!!!!! SALE BILL AND PHOTOS AVAILABLE WITH MORE TO COME! BRAND NEW PHOTOS UPLOADED!
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Public Auction
9:30 AM Saturday, October 26, 2013
Nixon Auction House (Hwy 160, Across from the Stockade Museum), Medicine Lodge, KS
Lots of Antiques and Collectibles, Tools/Outdoor Items, Furniture, Appliances, and Household Items. Seller: L. H. (Dub) Rickard and June Davis. Auctioneer’s Notes: This should be a good sale as Dub’s wife was a Hibbard. Her family started the drug store here in 1881 and many of the items are related to the drug store including the roll top desk. Dub is a horse man and has many items relating to horses. Many, many items of an antique or collectible nature. June Davis has sold her home and moved to Oregon. She has several antique items and lots of nice household furnishings and furniture. This is a sale you should plan to attend! Sale Bill available now and photos are available with more coming soon!
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2013 SPRING MACHINERY CONSIGNMENT AUCTION
10:00 AM Saturday, April 20, 2013
Lot North of Casey's, Hwy 281, Medicine Lodge, KS
All types of machinery and livestock equipment are welcome as well as cars, trucks, boats, trailers, etc. Call Jed-886-1701, Cliff-886-1006, Gayla 620-886-1056, Travis Thimesch 620-243-4080 or John-886-0793 to get your items in now!!!!!!! SALE BILL AND PHOTOS AVAILABLE NOW!
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PUBLIC AUCTION
9:00 AM Saturday, April 6, 2013
Nixon Auction House, Hwy 160, Medicine Lodge, KS
Lots of Antiques and Collectibles, Tools/Outdoor Items, Furniture, Appliances, and Household Items. Seller: Anna Mae Langford Estate. Sale Bill and photos available now!
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Commercial Real Estate Auction
1:00 PM Monday, October 1, 2012
704 Barnes, Kiowa, KS
This 42ftx60ft Wick Building was erected in 1982 by Papon Construction and sits on 62ftx140ft of real estate. It has a full concrete floor, electricity, city water and sewer, gas and is well insulated. At the back of the building there is a bathroom, office, and an engine/transmission repair room. The shop area features a new 19½ftx10ft fully electric door, 2 walk-in doors, and 2 water coolers. This property has been a working mechanics shop since it was built. Now is a good time to own commercial/industrial property in this area. Legal Description: The East ½ of Lot 8 and the West 37ft of Lot 9 in Block 79 in the Town Company’s Addition to the City of Kiowa, Barber County, Kansas, more commonly known as 704 Barnes Street, Kiowa, Ks 67070. 2011 Real Estate Taxes: $1,017.98 Seller: Carl B. Davis, Bankruptcy Trustee
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ESTATE AUCTION
9:00 AM Saturday, June 30, 2012
101 Comanche, Hardtner, KS
Real Estate Description: This is a nice 1486sqft; 4 bedroom, 1 full bathroom ranch style home built in 1947. This home sits on a large corner lot and has an attached garage, 2 storage sheds, and a screened in back porch. Terms on Real Estate: Selling as is, 10% down day of auction, balance due at closing within 30 days. Personal Property: Selling appliances, furniture, antiques, tools, lawn mowers, and much, much more. REAL ESTATE SELLS at 12:00 PM SELLER: The Estate of Chonita Sternberger
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200+/- Acres - Barber County, KS LAND & MINERAL AUCTION
10:00 AM Monday, May 21, 2012
Nixon Auction House-Hwy 160, Medicine Lodge, KS (Across from the Stockade Museum)
Directions to Property: From the stoplight in Hardtner, Ks- Go 2½ West to the Gyp Hill Rd. Go North 1/1/2 miles to Driftwood Road. Turn West and go 1 mile. Follow road curve to the North for another ¼ mile then go one ¾ mile West to the gate. Terms: 10% down day of sale per tract. Certified funds or letter of credit required, balance due at closing. Possession: Farm Ground after 2012 wheat harvest, pasture after November 1, 2012. MINERALS: Minerals will sell immediately following the surface. Believed to be an undivided ½ interest that is currently under lease with Chesapeake Exploration. The lease is in the first year of a 3 year primary term with a 2 year option. SURFACE OVERVIEW In a time when not many agricultural tracts are coming on the market in Barber County, Ks, here is a diverse farm that is only a short drive from Hardtner, Ks. This farm has 97 acres of crop ground that is currently in wheat. The balance is 105+/- acres of native grass pasture that is in good shape. The fences are average to good. There is a nice pond on the North end of the pasture and a windmill along the fence between the cultivated field and the pasture. Additionally, there are plenty of trees in the draws for livestock shade or hunting. There are some beautiful views of the gyp hills and some of the prettiest country around-The Chosen Land. Legal Description of the Surface: SW1/4 of 34-34-13 and Lot 2 of Section 3-35-13. 2011 Real Estate Taxes: $146.50 FSA information-Bases/Yields: Tillable acres 97 acres Bases/Yields: 96.1 acre wheat base/29bu yield
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Pratt County, KS - 327+/- Acre Land & Mineral Auction
1:00 PM Monday, April 23, 2012
Pratt Community Center - 619 N. Main, Pratt, KS
Directions to Property: From Sawyer, Ks go 3 miles West and 1 mile North on the Blacktop. Turn East on SE 90th St. Proceed East 1/4 mile. Gate is on the North side of road (SW corner of the property). Terms: 10% down day of sale per tract. Certified funds or letter of credit required, balance due at closing on or before May 23, 2012. Possession: At closing, subject to tenant’s rights. MINERALS: Minerals will sell following the surface. Minerals are believed to be 100% in-tact, open, and unleased. A stand-up mineral opinion will be made available upon completion. Here is a great tract of grass pasture in an area where land doesn’t come up for sale too often. This ½ Section of grass is just a short drive from Sawyer or Pratt. A pond is located towards the South end of the pasture. In addition, there is a water well with a submersible electric pump located just off of the dam that can pump water directly into the pond. A dry creek runs through the property and is lined with mature trees for livestock shade. The pasture is leased for this season from May 1st to October 31st. The new buyer shall receive the 2012 pasture rent. There is also a lease with BP for wind development that will transfer to the new buyer. Legal Description of the Surface: The surface interest only in and to the E1/2 of the SW1/4 and the W1/2 of the SE1/4 and the East 1/2 of the NW1/4 and the W1/2 of the NE1/4 all in Section 15, T29S, R13W of the 6th P.M. in Pratt County, Ks. 2011 Real Estate Taxes: $333.20 FSA information-Bases/Yields: Cropland: 53.4 acres Wheat base: 27.3 acres/36 bu yield Oats: .1acre/38 bu yield Grain Sorghum: 3.7 acres/41 bu yield
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KEYSTONE RANCH PROPERTIES AUCTION
1:00 PM Monday, April 16, 2012
MEADE, KS
KEYSTONE RANCH PROPERTIES AUCTION 5 SURFACE TRACTS, 4 MINERAL TRACTS MEADE COUNTY, KS-SOUTHERN KS Monday April 16th, 1:00p.m.@ The Forrest Center 500 W. Carthage Meade, Ks 67864 Tract #1: 2575+/- acre-Keystone Ranch- steel corrals, good grass, water & fences 7 mi W & 4/1/2 S of Meade, Ks. Tract #2: 187+/- acres- CRP, $41.26/acre, water well, 1 mi E of Meade. Tract #3: 32.8+/- acres- CRP, $41.26, borders Tract #2 Tract #4: 8.6+/- acres- Keystone Headquarters-Home, Shed, Barn, Arena, pens, 1 mile from Meade, Across hwy from tracts 2&3. Tract #5: 197+/- acres with 145.5 acres grass, 51.5 acres CRP $38/acre, borders tract #4. 4 MINERAL TRACTS SELL AFTER SURFACE-CALL FOR DETAILS VIEW MORE INFORMATION @ www.stutzmanrealty.com Online Bidding @ www.proxibid.com Call Jerry Stutzman, Broker @ 620-353-9411 Email: stutzman@pld.com UNITED COUNTRY/STUTZMAN REALTY & AUCTION Ulysses, Ks 620-356-1954
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Kingman County Land & Mineral Auction
2:00 PM Saturday, March 31, 2012
SALE LOCATION: Kingman Country Club - 1225 N. Golf Street, Kingman, KS (From Hwy 54, go North on Sugar Street for ½ mile, turn West on W. Copeland for ½ mile, turn North on Golf St.)
Photos available by clicking the "See Featured Items" Link to the right. SURFACE OVERVIEW In a time when not many agricultural tracts are coming on the market in South Central KS, here is a great Kingman County farm that is only a short drive from the City of Kingman. This tract consists of about 54 acres of native grass and 99 acres enrolled in the CRP program. It features a nice pond that has been recently dug out and re-stocked with fish. The pond also has a nice concrete duck blind for all you sportsmen. Interestingly enough, this property is the former Cessna Cycle Club Recreational Site so you know it’s lots of fun. If you look close enough, you can still see the old track where dirt bikes were once raced. This is small enough to afford, but has a little something for everyone whether you want to run a few cows or horses, hunt a little whitetail or waterfowl, or just fool around, have fun, and collect the CRP income. Legal Description of the Surface: The NW1/4 of Section 10-T28S-R6W in Kingman County, Ks less two tracts surveyed off of the N1/2. 153+/- acres 2009 Real Estate Taxes: $171.37 FSA information: Tillable acres 100.7 acres-99 are in CRP Program Bases/Yields: 1.7 acre base/25bu yield There are 3 separate CRP contracts in place. 7.2 acres at $30.95/acre/yr through 2025 58.6 acres at $32.02/acre/yr through 2017 33.29 acres at $32.08/acre/yr through 2017 Directions to Property: From Kingman, KS take HWY 54 East to the Waterloo Exit, Then go South 2½ miles to SE 10th St. NE corner of the property is 1 mile to the West but to enter property go another mile to NE 80th Ave, then ½ mile South to Gate. Please respect the neighboring houses’ property. Terms: 10% down day of sale. Certified funds or letter of credit required, balance due at closing within 30 days of auction. Possession: At closing. MINERALS: Minerals will sell immediately following the surface. Minerals are 100% in tact. The minerals are currently in the first year of a 3 yr lease with an additional 2 yr option at $375/acre. SELLERS: Jack & Diane Thimesch
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REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY AUCTION
9:00 AM Saturday, August 20, 2011
Lot off of Fremont St. (West of the Old USD 254 Building), Medicine Lodge, KS
PHOTOS AND SALE BILL AVAILABLE NOW! Real Estate will sell immediately following the personal property. SELLERS: Terry & Debra Rhea The Behlen round top steel building measures 26’6” x 35’ and has a 10x10ft overhead door. The floor is all concrete and there is electricity in the building. If you’ve been looking for a private place to store items, then this is it. Legal Description: All that part of Lots 3, 4, and 5 in Block 6, in Cook, Standiford and Company’s Revised Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge, lying adjacent to and North of the former Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad right-of-way, in the City of Medicine Lodge, Barber County, Ks 2010 Taxes: $224.40 Lot Dimensions: 115ft x 65ft x 95ft Directions to Property: From the intersection of HWY 160 and Main St, go North 1 block and turn West on Freemont St. Take a left at the alley and you are there. Real Estate Terms: $2,500 down day of auction. Balance due at closing. Possession: Close of Escrow. Closing on or before Sept. 15, 2011. Legal Description: 2010 Taxes:
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ESTATE AUCTION
10:00 AM Saturday, June 25, 2011
Nixon Auction House, Hwy 160 (Across from the Stockade), Medicine Lodge, KS
Lots of antiques and collectibles and household items. PHOTOS AND SALE BILL NOW AVAILABLE!
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1800 ACRE TWIN PEAKS RANCH AUCTION - BARBER COUNTY, KS - LAND & MINERALS
10:00 AM Monday, May 23, 2011
Nixon Auction House, Hwy 160 (Across from the Stockade Museum), Medicine Lodge, KS
CLICK HERE TO GO TO: www.TwinPeaksRanchAuction.com for more information! PRINTABLE AUCTION INFORMATION BROCHURE AVAILABLE UNDER THE "PRINTABLE SALE BILL" LINK! SOME PHOTOS AVAILABLE NOW WITH MORE TO COME - JUST CLICK THE "SEE FEATURED ITEMS" BUTTON. ALSO MORE INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON! Ranch Location: 5 1/2 miles West of Medicine Lodge, Ks on HWY 160 Tract #1: 800+/- acres-Twin Peaks Pasture-Big grass, good water, cross fenced, 78 acres of cultivation, and HWY 160 access Tract #2: 400+/- acres- Excellent grazing, hunting, and ponds. This is a great tract For the cattleman, hunter, family, or investor. Tract #3: 400+/- acres- SELLS WITH MINERALS! Hunting Mecca- Cedar Creek runs the length, heavy timber, 70 acres cultivated mostly in alfalfa, loaded with deer and turkey. Tract #4: 80+/- acres- A hard to come by small tract in the gyp hills. Some heavy Timber, water, fenced, and stellar views. Tract #5: 80+/- acres- Mostly CRP paying $28/acre. Another tract with beautiful vistas. Tract #6: 40+/- acres- Homestead with unfinished home, 2 sheds, rural water, electricity, barn, and pens. SELLS WITH MINERALS! MINERALS FOR TRACTS 1, 2, 4, & 5 WILL SELL AFTER SURFACE. Also selling a 40x80 Double wide manufactured home to be moved.
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SOUTH CENTRAL KS, LAND & MINERAL AUCTION
10:00 AM Monday, May 2, 2011
Nixon Auction House (Hwy 160, Across from the Stockade Museum), Medicine Lodge, KS
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION! SELLERS: DOROTHY A. FRITZ TRUST, ET. AL Directions to Property: From Intersection of HWY 160 & Isabel Rd (just East of Medicine Lodge) go approx. 6½ miles North on Isabel Rd., then turn East on Ridge Rd. and go approximately 8 miles. Tract 1 is on the South side of Ridge Rd. Tracts 2 and 3 are on the North side of Ridge Rd. Terms: 10% down day of sale. Certified funds or letter of credit required, balance due at closing within 30 days of auction. Possession: Possession of the farm ground will be given after the 2012 wheat harvest. Buyers will receive 1/3 of 2012 wheat crop and 1/3 any other crop to be planted by tenant. Possession of grass pasture will be given upon closing. MINERAL TRACTS Minerals will sell immediately after all the surface tracts. Minerals will be auctioned off in the manner of Choice Tract. A mineral opinion will be provided prior to the auction by the sellers. SELLERS: Dorothy A. Fritz Trust, et al. Tract #1 160+/- Acres Legal Description: The W/2 of the NE/4 and the E/2 of the NW/4 of Section 10, T31S, R10W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, Ks. This tract consists of All Cultivated ground with a few waterways. The Main Soil types are Ost and Farnum with 0-3% slope. It’s not often that a purely Production Ag Tract sells in Barber County. The time to buy is when commodities are high. Wheat Base Acres: 149.56 Direct Yield: 28 Bushels 2010 Real Estate Taxes: $595.14 Tract #2 40+/- Acres Legal Description: The SW/4 of the SE/4 of Section 3, T31S, R10W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, Ks. This tract is 100% cultivated and consists of mostly Ost Clay Loam soils with 0-3% slope and some Clark Clay Loam 0-2% slope. This is a hard to find, cultivated tract that is small enough to afford. Wheat Base Acres: 38.54 Direct Yield: 28 Bushels Tract #3 40+/- Acres Legal Description: The SE/4 of the SW/4 of Section 3, T31S, R10W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, Ks. This Tract consists of 100% native grass pasture. There is a water well with a windmill and Electricity runs along the road frontage of this tract as well. If you’ve been looking at potential homesites, then this could be the one for you! 2010 Real Estate Tax for Tract 2 & 3: $165.18
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Zenda School Buildings Auction
2:00 PM Saturday, January 29, 2011
@The Lumber Yard in Zenda
SOLD!!!!!!! Directions to properties: From Highway K42 turn North on Maud St. and go one block North to the corner of Maud and Ave A. for tract #1. Proceed 1 more Block North to Ave. B and ½ block west to Tract #2. Terms: 10% or $1,000.00 (whichever is more) down day of sale per tract, balance due at closing. Closing on or before March 1st, 2011 Tract #1: All of Block 6 in Rall’s addition to the City of Zenda, Ks Main School Building (includes Gym) 27,044sqft Bus Barn 120x36= 4320sqft The main school building is a combination of the Large Gymnasium and a large addition that was built in 1988. The building is heated and cooled by separate propane central units. Each classroom has its own thermostat. The addition houses 6 large classrooms, a media center, 3 offices, a mechanical room, and 3 different restrooms. The kindergarten room measures 34x201/2ft while the 1st and second grade classrooms are 32x21. A commons area and lobby access the classrooms and offices to the West. To the East, separate doors leave the lobby and go into either the grand old gymnasium or the cafeteria. The kitchen area is complete with a stainless steel cook stove and stainless steel 3 compartment sink. There is an attached dining area/cafeteria as well. Attached to the Gymnasium are 3 separate locker rooms with bathroom and shower accommodations and a coach’s room with shower and bathroom facilities. There are a total of 15 shower heads in the locker rooms. Just off of the Cafeteria and Kitchen are separate public restrooms. The gymnasium measures 761/2ft wide wall to wall with concrete bleachers on each side and 901/2ft long wall to wall. To the North of the Gymnasium is a stage setup complete with curtains and storage. Just outside of the main building and North of the Gym is a shop facility which was used as the bus barn. This is a concrete block structure that is 120x36 in dimension. From north to south there are 5 bays in the shop building and concrete floor throughout. The North bay of the shop measures 37x35 and has 2 overhead doors that measure 12ft tall x 10ft wide. There is another bay that measures 16x35 and also has another 12x10ft overhead door. The 3rd bay measures 14x35. The fourth bay is a large room measuring 30x35. Additionally, there are 2 rooms at the South end of the shop measuring 20x14 and 21x21. There is a poured concrete pad just off of the North end of the shop measuring15x35 and one outside of the two North overhead doors measuring 51x25. These two buildings sit on an entire city block which is partially fenced. There are 3 separate propane tanks for the main building that sit on the North end of the property. One is an 800-gallon tank that is 80% full, the other 2 tanks are 1,000-gallon tanks that are 40% and 50% full. Tract #2: The West 188 feet of Block 3 in Rall’s Addition to the City of Zenda, Ks North School Building 4322sqft Basement 1518sqft Old Stucco School 876sqft Basement 876sqft Tract #2 also has 2 separate buildings on it. The larger of the 2 is a brick building that consists of 4 classrooms, an office, and 2 restrooms on the main floor. The North 2 classrooms measure approx. 30’6”x 21’6”. The south 2 classrooms measure approximately 21x30. There are 2 basement areas with 2 separate staircases as well. The smaller building on Block 3 was an old country school house that was moved into Zenda sometime in the 1940’s. It sits on a full basement and has a stucco exterior. For the past several years this building has been used only for storage. There are 2 additional 500-gallon propane tanks that sit just North of the stucco building that are currently 80% and 75% full and also an underground propane tank that has not been used for at least 25 years. The ground on block 3 also features a 65x45 outdoor basketball court and a ball diamond area.
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480+/- Acres ▪ Barber County Land Auction ▪ 2 Tracts ▪ Medicine River Bottom & Irrigated Farm Ground
1:00 PM Monday, December 6, 2010
Nixon Auction House (Hwy 160, Across from the Stockade), Medicine Lodge, KS
Printable Sale Bill and Photos (Under "See Featured Items" Link) Available Now! TRACT #1 - 340+/- Acres Legal Description: The surface interest only in and to: The Northwest Quarter (NW¼) and the West Half of the Northeast Quarter (W½ NE¼), and all that part of the East Half of the Northeast Quarter (E½ NE¼) lying South and West of the center of the Medicine River, all in Section 5, Township 32 South, Range 12 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Barber County, Kansas. The South Half of the South Half of the South Half of the Southwest Quarter (S½ S½ S½ SW¼), and all that part of the West Half of the Southeast Quarter (W½ SE¼) lying South of the Medicine Lodge to Lake City diagonal road right of way, now known as River Road, and all that part of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SE¼ SE¼) lying South and West of the center of the Medicine River, all in Section 32, Township 31 South, Range 12 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Barber County, Kansas. Directions to Property: From Medicine Lodge go 3 1/2 miles West on River Rd to the North entrance of the property. Proceed West ¾ mile to Clover Rd and go South ¾ mile to the West entrance of the property. FSA Information: Cropland: 169.09 acres Wheat base: 118.89 acres Yield: 31bu/acre Soybeans: .16 acres Yield: 13bu/acre By our calculations, it has been since 2002 that any of the World Renowned Medicine River Property has sold at public auction in Barber County. Since that time, the value of Medicine River Property seems to have grown exponentially, and for good reason. The Medicine River is probably the largest flowing tributary in all of Barber County. It is lined with some of the oldest and largest hardwood timber of this area of Kansas. Much of the Medicine River bottom in Barber County has been family owned for generations and may never be offered to the public. Why? Because the people who have inhabited this county since the mid to late 1800’s cherish this river bottom for it’s productive soils, recreational attributes, and of course the historically phenomenal Whitetail Deer and Rio Grande Turkey genetics that have brought the Medicine River Bottom into the national spotlight. Without a doubt, this is some of the most highly sought after land in Kansas. Medicine River land rarely changes hand, and when it does it is usually not a public offering. United Country/Nixon Auction and Realty, LLC is honored to offer at public auction, 340+/- acres of pristine Medicine River hunting land that has been in the same family for 5 generations. This tract has 1 1/2 miles of precious river frontage and the habitat to back it up. Walking through the thick hardwood timber you will observe countless trails, tracks, rubs, and scrapes going between the two cultivated pieces of farm ground. The unique horseshoe bend that the river makes on this property only adds to the river frontage and available hunting area. One of the most desirable qualities of this tract is the easy access to the timber from the North, South, and West, allowing you, the hunter, to create your own “Big Game Plan.” Every year our agency gets around 50 calls from people throughout the nation inquiring specifically about Medicine River Property for sale. Do not pass on this golden opportunity for it may be at least another 8 years that you get a chance to buy this precious Medicine River Bottom. TRACT #2 - 140+/- Acres Legal Description - The surface interest only in and to: The Southeast Quarter (SE¼) of Section 5, Township 32 South, Range 12 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Barber County, Kansas. EXCLUDING a tract of 20+/- acres in the North 1/2 which has been surveyed off. Directions to the Property: Go 3 miles West of Medicine Lodge on HWY 160 and turn North on Willow Rd. Go North ½ mile to the SE corner of the property. FSA Information: Cropland: 118 acres Wheat base: 92.5 acres Yield: 41bu/acre Oats base: .38 acres Yield: 2bu/acre Soybean base: 16.32 Yield: 30bu/acre Equally as rare as the chance to buy Medicine River Hunting Property is the opportunity to purchase irrigated farm ground in Barber County. This tract is 140+/- acres total. 46 acres of this farm are under center pivot irrigation with 2 separate irrigation wells and a T&L 4 tower system running on a propane power plant. There are 80 acres of dryland farmground and the 14 acre balance is a grove of trees on the creek bottom in the SW corner. Two of the county’s best soil types, Port Silt Loam and Yahola Sandy Loam, are found on this tract and by moving the center pivot of the system to the South, the potential exists to almost double the amount of irrigated acres on the field. The South and West sides of the property are fenced as well as about ½ of the North Side. This farm is a very short drive from Medicine Lodge and is located on an all weather road. Like Tract #1, Tract # 2 has also been in the Clarke family for 5 generations and for good reason. This is a great chance to buy a productive Barber County farm during a time of historically high grain prices. Irrigation Info: 2 wells have a combined diversion rate of no more than 450gpm & not to exceed 133 acre feet of water/yr. Maximum authorized acres to be irrigated in 1 year is 100 acres. Terms: 10% down day of sale per tract. Certified funds or letter of credit required, balance due at closing. Closing on or before December 29th, 2010 Possession: Tract #1 Pasture at closing, cultivated ground after 2011 wheat harvest. Tract #2 Cultivated ground after 2011 wheat harvest. Buyer will be credited $1,760.00 for ½ years farm ground cash rent on Tract #1 and $2,820.50 for ½ years farm ground cash rent on Tract #2. 2010 RE Taxes: Sellers to pay the 2010 RE taxes Tract #1 Approx. $649.29 Tract #2 $397.68
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HISTORIC 4,860 ACRE GENTRY RANCH, BARBER CO, KS (Go To: www.GentryRanch.com for more information)
10:00 AM Monday, October 18, 2010
Nixon Auction House (Hwy 160, Across from the Stockade) Medicine Lodge, KS
Directions to the Ranch: From Medicine Lodge go 14.5 miles W on HWY160. Turn S on Tumbleweed Rd. and go 3 miles to the NE corner of the property. The main road through the ranch is just ¾ mile to the West on Crazy Horse Rd. History of the Gentry Ranch: United Country/Nixon Auction and Realty, LLC is honored to offer at public auction, the Historic 126 year old, 4860 acre Gentry Estate/Cline Family Ranch in Barber County, Ks. The opportunity to purchase this ranch is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity. Originally, J.H. “Bud” Gentry bought and homesteaded 160 acres of the ranch East of Deerhead in 1884. He chose the spot largely on the availability of water in the immediate area. At that time, Alice Crabb McGarvin was proving up a claim nearby. The two were among the first settlers in the Deerhead community. Bud and Alice came to know each other, were married, and so combined their holdings. Land abandoned by “landrunners” was eventually put up for sale for back taxes. Bud and Alice bought some of the abandoned claims and eventually accumulated upwards of 10,000 acres. Around the time of 1886-87, a colony of about 56 Jewish families settled the area and named it “New Jerusalem.” Most of them had left by the time of the opening of Strip in Oklahoma in 1893. Bud and Alice acquired most of the sections where the colony had settled. There are still traces of dugouts used by the settlers on the Gentry Ranch. Bud and Alice lived on the ranch until 1929, then moved to Medicine Lodge to retire, leaving the ranch in the hands of their granddaughters and husbands. The Cline family has been running the ranch for the past 83 yrs. The Gentry estate is believed to be one of the oldest estates in Barber County, if not, the entire state of Kansas. Again, it is an honor and a privilege to conduct this once in a lifetime ranch auction. United Country/Nixon Auction and Realty extends a sincere “Thank You” to the Sellers for this opportunity. Property Overview: As you tour the ranch, you will note the varying water sources-ponds, springs, creeks, and water wells. In addition to the Northern farm ground, the ranch is divided into 4 large pastures or cells, each with its own sources of water and corral access. There is a total of 427 acres of tilled farm ground between the Northern farm ground, and that located in the South East part of Cell #1. Many of the fences, both perimeter and interior, have been updated with steel posts and 4 or 5 strands of barb wire. Over 9 miles of perimeter fence is rated in very good condition. There are 2 sets of Steel corrals located on the ranch. One Corral is located in the central part of Cell #1, the other is located where the 3 corners of Cells 2, 3, and 4 meet. Thus, each Cell has access to a well built steel corral. Maintained roads traverse each cell on the ranch and one can drive the entire ranch and access each individual cell without having to open any gates. The Clines have had a dozer on the ranch for 20+ yrs and have done extensive work in order to improve and maintain ponds, dams, and crossings. In addition, they have cut down and burned many areas of cedar trees on the ranch as well. The grass has handled as many as 400 cow/calf pairs for a six month grazing season. When it comes to hunting, there is no better habitat than the seclusion that this ranch has to offer, coupled with its ample food and water sources. If you’ve been looking for a truly diverse, working ranch of this size in South Central Kansas, then your search is over, because it may be another 126 years until a ranch like this becomes available. The surface will sell in one single tract. Northern Farm Ground: As you approach the Ranch, the Northern farm ground is the first part of the ranch that you see. There is about 313 tillable acres that is usually planted to winter wheat or triticale. There is a 24 acre grass area along the East side of the farm ground and a 10 or 15 acre draw that runs through the middle. Last year, the Northern farm ground was planted to winter wheat and carried 317 head of weaned steers and heifers until January. At that time 60 head were moved down to the South 114 acres of farm ground in pasture cell #1. The remaining 257 head grazed the Northern wheat off and the wheat pasture rent was $115/head. The Northern farm ground has a centrally located windmill with a rebuilt head. In addition, there is another water well in the grass on the East end that is run by a pump jack. The buyer may have the opportunity to rent wheat pasture on the adjoining 100 acres to the West. Cell #1: Just on the South side of the Northern farm ground is pasture Cell # 1. It consists of about 928 acres total. There is a permanent fence between the Northern farm ground and the pasture. Cell #1 is actually fenced off into 3 pieces. The North piece has a nice pond located just a little North of the corrals. The old ranch house is located in this piece of cell 1, slightly north of the corrals. There is a pressurized water well just near the home site that provides water to numerous hydrants and 2 self waterers at the corral. The corral is mostly steel and has working and load out facilities to accommodate several hundred head. There is a set of livestock scales and scale house in the corral as well. The scales were recently updated with an all new steel undercarriage. In addition, there is a large old horse barn with adjoining pens and water. The Southeast piece of Cell 1 contains an additional 114 acres of farm ground. A small spring fed creek runs through a heavily timbered draw in the middle of the farm ground. This Creek provides water for livestock and wildlife alike and will not freeze up during the coldest winter months. Separate from the creek, there is an awesome natural spring that bubbles up from the draw. Winter grazing livestock can also water at the corrals as well. The Southeast piece of Cell 1 is heavily timbered and provides among the best habitat for whitetail deer and Rio Grande turkey that Barber County and Unit 16 has to offer. Finally, the South West piece of Cell #1 has its own windmill located SW of the corrals. Next to the windmill is a pit pond that fills from the tank overflow. There are cattle guards located at the North and South ends of the South West piece of Cell #1 for easier ranch travel. Cell #2: Cell #2 is the smallest of the 4 cells at 890 acres. This cell can be accessed by gates from Cell # 1, 2, and 3, or by an oilfield lease road coming off of the Aetna Township Road to the West of the Ranch. Cell #2 is extremely well watered. Deadman’s Creek runs along East side of cell 2. There is a good spring fed pond toward the North East part of the pasture in which we observed a school of bass swimming. Below that, in the South East part of cell 2, near where Deadman’s Creek leaves the Cell, there is another pond. Though smaller in size, it to holds water to capacity. Over in the North West part of Cell 2, in what is known as the old Lyle quarter, there is a cased water well that could be used to water livestock if the need ever arose. In addition, near the West fence, and slightly South of the cased well, there is a nice spring running in a canyon with a rocked tank. We observed quite a stream of water coming from the cool spring. Cell #3 At 976 acres, Cell # 3 is unique in its own right. We like to call this the cave pasture as there is a series of bat caves that dot the edge of one of the canyons. These caves have been observed by the wildlife departments of major universities. Believe it or not, near the opening of one of caves is the Nations largest Little Walnut tree (Juglans microcarpa.) The tree was scored by a university official and put on the 2007 American Forests National Register of Big Trees. As it turns out, the tree has been listed as a National Champion ever since. It has a circumference of 180in, a height of 41ft, and a spread of 60ft. Total points scored are 236. In addition to the National Champion Little Walnut Tree, Cell #3 also has independent water sources from a catchment pond on the East side, a pit pond just North West of the caves, and another pond located in a draw on the South East end. In addition, Deadman’s Creek runs along the East side of cell 3, yet another wildlife hot-spot on the ranch. Cell #4 At approximately 1714 acres, #4 is the largest cell on the ranch. It can be accessed through a cattle guard via oilfield lease road that goes from cell #1, through the neighboring property in accordance to a recorded easement for ingress and egress, then into cell #4. There is also gate access to go from cell #4 into Cells #2 and #3. Cell #4 is extremely well watered for its size. Two rather large canyons drain into a good pond on the West side of the cell. Just up the canyon from the pond and a little South East of the corral, there is another rocked spring that provides good drinking water for livestock and wildlife alike. Big Sandy Creek runs the East side of the cell. A good, dug pit pond sits along the Big Sandy, and there is another catchment pond to the SW of that. It is here, in cell #4 that the remnants of the “New Jerusalem” colony still remain in a few old rock dugouts that are entrenched in the hillsides Legal Description of the Surface: The S 1/2 of the SW 1/4 and the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 19 and the W 1/2 of the NE 1/4 and the W 1/2 and the W 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of Section 30, and all of Section 31, T32S, R14W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, KS; The NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4; the S 1/2 of the SW 1/4 and the SE 1/4 of Section 5, and the NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4; the W 1/2and the S 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of Section 6, and the N 1/2 of the NE 1/4; the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4; the W 1/2 and the SE 1/4 of Section 7, and the NE 1/4; the E 1/2 of the NW 1/4 ; the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 ; the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and the N 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of Section 8, and the N 1/2 of the NW 1/4 and the NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 and the N 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 18, T33S, R14W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, KS; The NW 1/4, the NE 1/4 and the S 1/2 of Section 1, and the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 2, and the E 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 11, and all of Section 12; and the N 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 13, T33S, R15W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, KS. The SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 7 and the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 and the W 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of Section 8, T33S, R14W, and the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 and the N 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 17 and the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 and the N 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 18, T33S, R14W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, KS. Consisting of 4860 acres more or less. 2009 Real Estate Taxes: $5,584.68 Terms: 5% down day of sale per tract. Certified funds or letter of credit required, balance due at closing within 30 days of auction. Possession: Pasture at close of escrow subject to tenants use of SE part of Cell 1 for winter wheat grazing, farm ground after 2011 wheat harvest.
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Kansas Trophy Hunting Land Auction - 680 Acres in 2 Tracts
11:00 AM Saturday, August 28, 2010
Flint Oak Ranch (70 miles East of Wichita, KS on US Highway 400 near Fall River, KS)
United Country – Real Estate Professionals is pleased to offer a pair of hunting tracts where trophy-quality deer thrive. Mature oak timber stands along the many creeks, making for an ideal wildlife habitat where whitetails abound. Aside from the trophy-quality deer, you can expect to see both Eastern & Rio Grande turkeys, quail, ducks and a variety of other wildlife. Indian creek offers fishing, and smaller creeks run throughout the property as well. Artifacts such as arrowheads can still be found on the old Indian campgrounds. Tract #2 features a farmhouse that could be remodeled into a hunting cabin or used as a building site for a new home or cabin. Plenty of tillable land and pasture for habitat, income or both. Jeff Ports – jeffaports@sbcglobal.net Visit Our Website – www.chanuteksrealestate.com Property is located 70 miles East of Wichita, KS on US Highway 400 near Fall River, KS. At the sign for Fall River Turn South and go 1/2 mile into town. To get to the property go South to the end of Merchants Avenue, stay on the pavement, go right, then left, then go to the T intersection. Turn right (stay on pavement) and then left (stay on pavement), go about 1/2 mile then turn left (east) on Settler road (gravel)(might show as road 8 on maps). Go about a mile on Settler Road to signs. This fantastic hunting property is located just south of Fall River, Kansas in Elk County. It is an easy drive from Wichita and is only 4 miles from the famous Flint Oak Ranch. This property features Trophy Whitetail Deer hunting along with Turkey, Quail, and fishing. If you like arrowheads this place is loaded with Indian camp grounds. A beautiful deepwater creek (Indian Creek) and several smaller creeks run through the property and thousands of mature oak trees along the creeks makes for ideal wildlife habitat. There is approximately 193 total acres of tilled ground with the balance in pasture and timber. Will be sold in two tracts, Tract #1 is 320 acres with approximately 118 acres tilled, Tract #2 is 360 acres with approximately 75 acres tilled. Tract #1 also includes a house that could be remodeled for a "hunting cabin". Located only 70 miles from Wichita and 80 miles to Bartlesville, OK. TERMS: 10% per tract down day of sale. Balance due 30 days after auction or sooner with title approval. Title Insurance & closing costs will be shared 50/50 between Buyer and Seller. Property taxes prorated as of closing date based on 2009 taxes of $4,103.36
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160 Acres - Unit 16 Harper County, KS Land Auction with Minerals
10:00 AM Monday, August 9, 2010
Attica Memorial Building (Corner of Main & Hwy 160), Attica, KS
Here is a chance to purchase at public auction, the Ultimate Unit 16 hunting/recreational tract in Western Harper County. Just 5 miles East of the Barber County line, this property offers it all. For starters, a year round live water creek traverses through the timber from North to South. In addition to the creek, there is a spring fed pond that has never gone dry since being built. The pasture is loaded with timber, brush, plumb thickets, and tall native grass. About 79 acres of farm ground is split into 2 fields on the East side of the property. As well, the buyers will receive a portion of the minerals (see right), a rarity in today’s age. Whether you have been searching for the Ultimate hunting property, or just want to add to your farming operation, plan to attend this auction. Directions to Property: From the West Side of Attica (intersection of HWY160 and Old HWY 160) go West on Old HWY 160 1mile to NW120th Ave, turn South and travel ½ mile to the NW corner of the property. Road frontage on the West and South sides. Legal Description: The SW1/4 of Section 25, T32S, R9W of the 6th P.M. in Harper County, Ks FSA information: Tillable acres: 100.4 Bases/Yields: Wheat: 69.4 acre base, 31 bushel/acre yield Oats: 0.8 acre base, 37 bushel/acre yield Grain Sorghum: 3 acre base, 35 bushel/acre yield Minerals: 50% transfer to the buyer at closing, 50% remain with sellers for a period of 10 yrs or as long as there is production. Minerals are currently leased but not producing. 2009 Real Estate Taxes: $567.06 Terms: 10% down day of sale. Certified funds or letter of credit required, balance due at closing within 30 days of auction. Possession: Possession of the farm ground will be given to the buyers immediately upon the signing of a purchase contract. Possession of the pasture will be at closing.
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679+/- Acres of Comanche Co. Pasture Land Auction
10:00 AM Saturday, August 14, 2010
United Country-Red Hills Office (600 S. Central, Coldwater, KS)
Linda Hart of United Country - Red Hills Realty & Auction in Coldwater, KS is privileged to offer this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase, at public auction, 679± acres of prime native grassland. Homesteaded in 1886, this property has NEVER before been offered for sale. All in one tract, this ranch land is located 29 miles Southeast of Coldwater, in Comanche County, Kansas. Situated 2.25 miles from the Woods (OK) County Line and 3 miles from the Barber (KS) County Line in the scenic Gypsum Hills, this land has historically been operated as a cattle ranch and additionally presents abundant, diverse wildlife of the famed Hunting Unit #16 for recreational use. Features include spring-fed live water most of the year, catchment ponds, (1) Rural District #2 hydrant & tank, and a variety of habitat, trees and terrain. Barbed wire border fences are good to excellent, perimeter roads provide good access. Electrical service is located along the south border of the property. In the Northwest corner of the acreage is an outstanding painted pipe corral facility which is adjacent to a good gravel road. Features are: sort alley, 3 sorting pens, 12’ working tub & adjustable alley, small calf working alley for calf cradle, large catch pen capable of holding 150 - 200 cows, load-out alley for trucks & trailers, and plenty of sorting & walk-through gates. This land offers the possibility of a homestead site that would have stunning views of the land, horizon and endless sky ~ incredible beauty of sunrises & sunsets! If you are looking for an exceptional investment and the opportunity of a rare offering you won’t want to miss the chance to acquire this historically pristine property. TRACT #1: 679± Acres - Surface Only TRACT #2: 679± Mineral Acres LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Sec-33, Twp-34, Rng-16 All Sec less Rd R/W (628.60 Acres); Sec-04, Twp-35, Rng-16 N 430 (s) Sec Less RD R/W (Acres 50.40) MINERALS: Minerals are believed to be 100% intact, unleased, and open. Buy these minerals in a proven area for good oil and gas production. Minerals will be conveyed by Quit-Claim deed without Warranty. Buyers shall have Ten (10) days after sale date to examine title prior to Closing. Tract #2 sold subject to Seller's Confirmation. TAXES: 2009 - $724.96; 2010 taxes pro-rated to date of closing. POSSESSSION: Given at closing, upon payment in full of the purchase price and transfer of title. INSPECTION: For a private showing, please contact Linda Hart with United Country - Red Hills Realty & Auction at 620-635- 5344 (cell). TERMS: 10% per tract down day of sale. Balance due September 14th, 2010 or sooner with title approval. Title Insurance will be furnished with the cost being shared 50/50 between Buyer and Seller. Acreages given are approximate as given by the U.S. Government survey. There is no acreage guarantee given by the Listing Company. LIVE INTERNET BIDDING: Bidders that cannot make it to the auction will have the opportunity to bid on the internet during the live auction event. For registration information contact United Country – Red Hills Realty & Auction at 620-582-2455. To bid online go to www.proxibid.com/uc-rhr. DISCLAIMER: Any announcements made the day of auction take precedence over previously distributed information regardless of the medium. To View Pictures and For More Information, Visit: http://www.uccoldwater.com/searchbyfeatures.htm
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Barber County, KS ▪ Land & Minerals Auction
10:00 AM Monday, June 28, 2010
Nixon Auction House-Hwy 160 (Across from the Stockade)
TRACT #1 - 480+/- Acres-Surface Only This is a great opportunity to purchase, at public auction, a truly diverse farm with an excellent mixture of productive farm ground and native grass pasture. The property sits on HWY 281 and is located just 3 1/2 miles South of Medicine Lodge, in Barber County, Ks. This farm has been rented by the same family since 1977. Needless to say, they have been model tenants. The cultivated land is clean and is currently raising a text-book wheat crop. Terraces have been reworked to drain water toward the pasture ponds. The grass has been well managed, fences are adequate, and there are plenty of shade areas for cattle. A draw runs through a majority of the property and holds water through parts of the summer grazing season. The primary water sources are the 2 ponds fed by a spring toward the South end. A corral is situated just off of the highway and the property also offers a chance at some good ol’ Barber County whitetail genetics. In addition, the property is a favorite stop for migrating geese and ducks each year. If you’ve been meaning to expand your operation, now’s the time!! Legal Description of the Surface: The SE1/4 of Section 26, and the NE1/4 and the N1/2 of the SE1/4 of Sec 35, and the W1/2 of the NW1/4 of Sec 36, T32S, R12W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, Ks FSA information: Tillable 272.8 acres Wheat base acres 266.00 Direct Yield 36bu, CC Yield 42bu 2009 Real Estate Taxes: $1,218.22 Terms: 10% down day of sale. Certified funds or letter of credit required, balance due at closing within 30 days of auction. Possession: Possession of the grass will be on March 1st, 2011. Possession of the farm ground will be after the 2011 wheat harvest. Buyers will be credited $1,600.00 for the full amount of the 2010 grass rent at closing. In addition, buyers will receive 2 payments for the cultivated rent of $4,760.00 on Jan 1 & June 30, 2011. Directions: From Medicine Lodge go 3/1/2 miles South on HWY 281. Property is on West side of the Highway. TRACT #2 - 320+/- Mineral Acres Minerals: Minerals are believed to be 100% intact, unleased, and open. Buy these minerals in a proven area for good oil and gas production. Currently, there is no production on Tract #2. Legal Description of Mineral Rights to be Sold: The NE1/4 and the N1/2 of the SE1/4 of Sec 35, and the W1/2 of the NW1/4 of Sec 36, T32S, R12W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, Ks
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BARBER COUNTY LAND AND MINERAL AUCTION 4 LAND TRACTS, 4 MINERAL TRACTS
10:00 AM Monday, May 24, 2010
Nixon Auction House HWY 160, Medicine Lodge, Ks
This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase at NO-RESERVE public auction, four different tracts of Barber County, Ks ranch land all diverse in their own way. Tour through the scenic highways & byways of the gyp hills to view these properties and decide for yourself which property best suites your needs, wants, and desires. Whether you’ve been searching for that great fishing pond, a chance at trophy whitetail and gobblers, or just want to start or add to your own livestock operation, you will be intrigued by this unique property lineup. Barber County is often referred to as one of the most beautiful areas of Kansas, purchase any one of these tracts and find out why. Tract #1 - 511 +/- Acres: Bear Creek, Pond, Pasture, Cultivation Tract #2 - 142+/- Acres: Pond, Timber, Good Grazing Tract #3 - 606+/- Acres: Sandy Creek, Pond, Spring Creek, Cultivation Tract #4 - 192+/- Acres: Creek, Hunting, Some New Fence Tracts #5 - 8 : Minerals under Tracts 1, 2, 3, and 4, respectively Terms: 10% down day of sale. Certified funds or letter of credit required, balance due at closing within 30 days of auction. Possession: Pasture at close of escrow, farm ground after 2010 wheat harvest. Directions to Tracts 1 & 2: From Medicine Lodge go 19 miles W on HWY160. Turn N on the Sun City Rd and go 4.7 miles to the gate. Tract 1 is on the East side and Tract 2 is on the West side. Directions to Tracts 3 & 4: From Medicine Lodge go 13 miles W on HWY160. Turn S on the Lake City Rd and go aprox. 5miles. Turn West onto Crazy Horse Rd and go 4.2 miles. Turn South on Sandy Creek Rd and go South 1.5 miles to the N side of the property. One more mile South will take you to the South Side of the property. Go another ¾ mile S to the gate at Tract 4.
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ANOTHER ELM MILLS LAND AUCTION
10:00 AM Monday, May 10, 2010
Nixon Auctin House HWY 160
While the gavel’s still warm from our last land auction in the Elm Mills area, we’ve managed to find another Elm Creek Legend to offer you just up the road. Located just South of the Pratt/Barber County line, this property is midway between Medicine Lodge and Pratt, Ks. This property could have even more to offer in the way of Giant Whitetail and Rio Grande Turkey than the last property did as there have been 200 class bucks taken from the immediate area in recent years. While Barber County minerals are becoming more and more scarcely available, Tracts 1 & 2 sell with all the minerals, and tract 3 sells with 80 mineral acres. Again, you’d have to travel to travel far off to find the sweet combination of whitetail habitat, creek, and mammoth springs that the Elm Mills area of Unit 16, Barber County, Ks has to offer. We are once again honored to conduct a sale in this fabled part of Kansas and we look forward to seeing you at the auction. CHECK OUT THE PHOTOS LOCATED UNDER THE "SEE FEATURED ITEMS" LINK! Tract #1 -160+/- acres Legal Description: The SW ¼ of Section 2, T30S, R13W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, Ks Minerals: In tact and sell with the land. This tract couldn’t get any better for you hunters. This is the property that we get calls for every week of the year. 160 acres in Barber County with Elm Creek, thick timber, and about 90 acres of cultivated bottom land. Walking these woods you will find rubs, scrapes, trails, and turkey tracks. There is a 12 acre slew in the middle of the cultivation that could be developed into a waterfowl haven as well as a spring fed pond on the property as well. The creek runs along some excellent farm ground that has the potential to raise winter wheat, alfalfa, milo, or any crop suitable to this area. These creek tracts are getting harder to find every year in Barber County. Tract #2 -80+/- acres Legal Description: The East 1/2 of the SE1/4 of Section 3, T30S, R13W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, Ks Minerals: In tact and sell with the land This potential home site will be the envy of all of your friends when you show them your new purchase. After all, Tract #2 already has electricity, a water well, septic system, and water gushing spring fed ponds. Don’t waste your time and money paying someone else for a fishing lease, buy this place for yourself, or generate your own lease money. Just because we boast this tract as a potential home site, don’t think for a second that this sweet little 80 won’t produce the same world class hunting as the other 2 tracts. Besides having it’s own tall grass and thick timber, Tract #2 happens to be nestled in between the Elm Creek to the East and cultivation to the West. Tract #3 -240+/- acres Legal Description: The E1/2 of the NW1/4 and the NE1/4 of Section 2, T30S, R13W of the 6th P.M. in Barber County, Ks Minerals: Intact on the E1/2 of the NW1/4 of Sec 2 only and sell w/the land. Surface only on the NE ¼ of Sec 2. Touring the property, you will like all four sides of tract #3. That’s right, Elm creek runs along the West side of the property and a nice spring fed pond sits all the way to the East side of the property. Additionally, this tract has a 14 acre wheat field along the creek at the North entrance to the property, and a 2.5 acre food plot on the South side of the property, also along the creek. A spring fed slew sits at the SW corner of the property which could be developed into a great pond. Tract #3 has the greatest elevation changes of all of the 3 tracts and offers the potential for upland bird hunting as well as being loaded with whitetail signs. This tract offers a lot in the way of seclusion as the county road only touches the NW corner of the property, leaving the rest of this 240 acre tract all to you!
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Elm Mills Land Auction
10:00 AM Monday, April 5, 2010
Nixon Auction House-HWY 160 Medicine Lodge, Ks
SOLD, TRACT #1-$2150/ACRE; TRACT #2-$660/ACRE; TRACT #3-$2175/ACRE; TRACT #4-$555,000 They're still talking about this one. Call now to talk with us about your auction needs. No one Knows the Country like we do!
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LAND AUCTION - 755 Acres in Barber Co. - 2 Tracts!
10:00 AM Monday, March 22, 2010
Nixon Auction House (Hwy 160, Across from the Stockade)
SOLD!!!!! TRACT #1- $1,450/ACRE TRACT #2- $965/ACRE ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL AUCTION, BIDDERS FROM MULTIPLE STATES AND PARTICIPANTS ON THE LIVE INTERNET BIDDING. "KNOW ONE KNOWS THE COUNTRY LIKE WE DO!" This is a unique opportunity to buy at public auction 2 tracts of land that have true diversity. It is hard to find a well rounded parcel of land with a good blend of farm ground and native grass pasture these days. Both tracts have good, reliable sources of water, adequate fencing, and electricity. The pastures in each tract feature Bermuda grass bottoms as well as good native grass. Both tracts have excellent potential for a home site. These tracts are small enough to afford, but large enough to use. We are absolutely honored to be selling this land which has been in the family for generations. Terms & Conditions: 10% down day of sale. Certified funds or Letter of Credit Required. Balance due at closing. Possession: Pasture at close of escrow, farm ground after 2010 wheat harvest. Minerals: No minerals will be sold. Tract 1 The SE1/4 of Sec 32, the S1/2 of the SW1/4 of Sec 33, 830 ft off the South side of the N1/2 of the SW1/4 of Sec 33, all in T34, R12W and Lot 2 of Sec 4, and Lot 1 of Sec 5 all in T35S, R12W, Barber County, Ks This tract consists of 367 total acres. 236 acres are in cultivation and the balance being pasture. This tract has an abundance of hunting potential as the pasture is heavily wooded. There is a large pond centrally located in the pasture. The pond provides excellent fishing and also holds large populations of geese and ducks during season as shown by the pictures. The farm ground consists of 3 separate fields which are currently planted to wheat, providing an excellent food source for Whitetail deer. There is also a windmill located on the center field. Electricity is located on this tract and there is highway access to the property. Base/Yield - Wheat: 223.4 acre base, 28 bu/acre yield 2009 RE Taxes: $916.04 Tract 2 The SE1/4 and the North 490 ft of the SW1/4 and the S1/2 of the N1/2 of Sec 33, and Lot 1 in Sec 4 all in T35S, R12W Barber Co, Ks Tract 2 consists of 388 total acres. 215 acres are in cultivation with the balance being pasture. This tract is an excellent grazing tract as the pastures support a healthy stand of native grass. There are 3 separate wheat fields and two separate pastures. The pastures are connected by a fenced lane. The North pasture has a windmill where the old corral was located as well as a rural water hydrant at the South fence line. Driftwood Creek also runs through the North pasture. The South pasture also has good grass, a windmill, and timber to provide hunting potential. Both pastures have enough elevation change to provide an excellent environment for calving season. If you enjoy a good quail and pheasant hunt, then you will like this tract. Base/Yield - Wheat: 198.6 acre base, 28 bu/acre yield 2009 RE Taxes: $1,078.36 Sellers: The Heirs of Lawrence & Jean Vogel & the Heirs of John L. Graves, Jr. & Mary Ann Graves
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Nixon Auction House is available to rent for wedding receptions, parties, class reunions, family gatherings, etc. Our spacious facility includes a kitchen, 25 tables, 150 chairs, fully carpeted, central heat & air, handicap accessible, with an approximate capacity of 200. The south end is 31' wide x 41' long and the north end is 40' wide x 59' long. Ceiling is 9.5' high. Call 620-886-3340 to book your next event. $250.00 for main event plus $50.00 per any additional day(s). See our pictures of the Auction House beautifully decorated for a wedding reception or cleaned out and open by clicking "See Featured Items".
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