Online Live Auction:
Auction Time: Tuesday, November 30 10:00 AM CDT
The property will be offered in 9 individual tracts using the “Buyer’s Choice and Privilege” method of sale, whereas the high bidder can purchase any individual tract or combination of tracts for their high bid. Should the high bidder not select all available tracts, the remaining tracts will be offered with another round of bidding. This process will repeat until all parcels have been chosen by a bidder. Bidding will be in dollars per acre. Surveys for Tracts 3 – 7 will be completed by auction day and the final purchase prices for these tracts will be determined by multiplying the surveyed acres by the high bid(s). On the remaining tracts, the final purchase prices will be determined by multiplying assessed acreage by the high bid(s).
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Tracts 1-7: Prime Class A farmland with tracts ranging in size from 73± acres to 144± acres and featuring predominantly Drummer silty clay loam, Dana silt loam and Flanagan silt loam. These tracts offer an incredible opportunity for buyers looking for prime Illinois farmland.
Tract 8: 140± Acres consisting of primarily Drummer silty clay loam, Flanagan silt loam and Xenia silt loam soils. This tract is also improved with a grain bin with an approximately 9,000-bushel capacity.
Tract 9: 100± Acres consisting of nearly all tillable productive Edgar County farmland. This tract has road frontage along both County Road 1800N and County Road 1600E.
To Tracts 1-7: From the intersection of Illinois Highway 49 and Illinois Highway 16 in Kansas, travel north on IL Highway 49 for 2.1 miles to County Road 800N. Turn right/east on to County Road 800N, travel 0.75 miles, and Tract 1 will be on your left.
To Tracts 8 & 9: From the north end of Paris, travel 6.1 miles north on IL Highway 1 to County Road 1800N. Turn right/east onto County Road 1800N, travel 0.3 miles, and Tract 8 will be on your left.