614 ± ACRES • GARFIELD COUNTY LAND • KREMLIN, OK AREA
HOME & IMPROVEMENTS • GRASS LAND • OFFERED in 4 TRACTS
No Minimums – No Reserve
FRIDAY OCTOBER 23RD 2020 10:00AM
AUCTION LOCATION: F.W. ZAULODEK COMMUNITY CENTER, KREMLIN, OK. Corner of 30th St. in Keowee Rd in Kremlin, OK.
NW/4 of 14-24N-6 W.I.M. Garfield County, Oklahoma
Directions to Farm: N2910 Rd & E0310 Rd KREMLIN, OK, 73753
From 42nd Street and Keowee Rd in Kremlin, OK. (eastside of town), go ½ mile north.
Description: This tract consists of approximately 160 acres. There is 109 acres of improved Midland 99 Bermuda grass and another 51 acres of Bermuda with some native grass. The farm has 96 acres wheat base with a 38-bushel yield. Kremlin rural water, small pond and balance is in scattered timber providing cattle shelter and hunting. There is good access to the farm a half mile off the Kremlin-Hunter blacktop on good county road on the west and county shale road on the north. Principal soils are: Keokuk Loam, 0-1% slopes, class I; Kirkland-Renfrow 1-3% slopes, class III; and small portion of Pulaski and Ashport soils, class V and VI
NE/4 of 22-24N-6 W.I.M. Garfield County, Oklahoma, less that portion previously reserved
Directions to Farm: Kremlin- Hunter Rd & N2910 Rd KREMLIN, OK, 73753
From 42nd Street and Keowee Rd in Kremlin, OK. (eastside of town), southside of blacktop, also south access point is from Fifth St. and Keowee Rd, go south go 5 blocks south to F Ave, then east to signs
Description: This tract consists of approximately 134.34 acres. There is mostly native Bermuda grass pasture with 51.3-acre wheat base and a 38-bushel yield. The farm has good perimeter fencing, small pond, spring fed creek and blacktop frontage on the north. There is a small portion with metal building that the Kremlin School FFA currently rents for ($1.00 annually) year to year for their program. The building will revert back to the land owner if the school no longer offers the FFA program. The east county road has been closed but still offers access to this property from the north. Principal soils are: Keokuk loam, 0-1% slopes, class I; Port Silt Loam, 0-1% slopes, class II; Kirkland Silt Loam, 0-1% slopes, class II; Grant Silt Loam, 1-3% slopes, class II; Norge Loam, 3-5% slopes, class III and Pulaski/Ashport soils, 0-1% slopes, class V
701 F Ave Kremlin, OK.
SE/4 of 22-24N-6 W.I.M. Garfield County, Oklahoma
Directions to Farm: N 42nd St & E0330 Rd KREMLIN, OK, 73753
from Fifth St. and Keowee Rd in Kremlin, OK, go south go 5 blocks south to F Ave, then east to signs
Description: This tract consists of approximately 160 acres. The tract is improved with Home (approximately 2,954 Sq. Ft. living area with 384 Sq. Ft. unfinished basement and an oversized 2 car attached garage. The out-buildings consists of a detached enclosed hot tub building, covered dog pen, Quonset barn (40’x 100’), Dairy barn/hay barn (54’x70’), Tack shed (24’x24’), covered working chute, covered cattle pen shed (51’x63”), RV or tractor shed (14’x16’). The home was built approximately 1912 and has had some additions. The home is total electric and has 3 bedrooms, 2-full bathrooms, and 2 half bathrooms. There are two offices, nice wet bar room, large living room/Den with wood fireplace and an upstairs library loft. The kitchen is nice size with island bar, electric cooktop/grill, built-in double oven, built-in dishwasher and open dining area. Just off the kitchen and stairway is a large utility room with sink and spiral staircase leading to the basement (there is also access to basement from the garage). The home has dual HVAC, wood shake roof, brick and vinyl siding. This home is very clean but does need some updating done. The farm is in good Bermuda and native grass pasture with two ponds and spring fed creek. There is a 1943 memorial in the pasture for a Vance Air Force pilot that crash just east of the barn and The Chisholm Trail ran through the NE/corner and the SE/corner of this property. Principal soils are: Port Silt Loam, 0-1% slopes, class II; Pulaski Fine Sandy Loam, 0-1% slopes, class II; Kirkland Silt Loam, 0-1% slopes, class II; Bethany Silt Loam, 0-15 slopes, class II; Kirkland-Renfrow complex, 1-3% slopes, class III and Pulaski-Ashport soils, 0-1% slopes, class V
NE/4 of 27-24N-6 W.I.M. Garfield County, Oklahoma
Directions to Farm: N 42nd St & E0330 Rd KREMLIN, OK, 73753
From 42nd Street and Keowee Rd in Kremlin, OK. (eastside of town), go 1 mile east to 54th street, then 1 mile south, then 1 mile west. Or from Hwy 81 and Great Lakes Rd go 3 miles east, to 42nd St. then ½ mile north
Description: This tract consists of approximately 160 acres. This tract is comprised of mostly
The FSA information is combines with the SE/4 of 22-24N-6 for a total of 200.4-acre wheat base and a 38-bushel yield. The farm lays very nicely and is in all in real
EISELE FAMILY AUCTION
80± ACRES * GARFIELD COUNTY * CROP * PASTURE * WILDLIFE
Thursday October 15th 2020, 10am
Auction Location: Garber Coop, 500 W. Main, Covington, OK 73730
Property Location: N3010 Rd & E0490 Rd Douglas OK 73733
3 miles west of Covington, OK (Hwy 74) on Skeleton Rd. Then ¼ mile north. 7907 S. 162nd.
This 80± acre tract would be an excellent addition to many operations in the area. Provides excellent cover for wildlife. Excellent grazing for livestock. Only ¼ mile off of paved Skeleton Rd..
Legal Description: N/2 of SW/4 Section 9 21N W4 Garfield County
Possession at Closing
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