SOLD – Iowa County Land Auction

Land Auction Results

  • Tract 1, 60 acres – $510,000 total or $8,500 per acre
  • Tract 2, 44 acres – $475,200 total or $10,800 per acre
  • Tract 3, 36 acres – $226,800 total or $6,300 per acre
  • Tract 4, 40 acres – $160,000 total or $4,000 per acre

Description: 180 acres m/l of Iowa County farmland, located in Sections 6 & 7, Washington Township, to be sold in 4 different tracts. Tract #1 is 60 acres m/l with a whole farm average corn suitability rating (CSR) of 61. Tract #2 is 44 acres m/l with a whole farm CSR of 74. Tract #3 is 36 acres m/l with a whole farm CSR of 51. This tract has a current mixed use of pasture, CRP acreage, and includes a pond. Tract #4 is 40 acres m/l and is classified as either timber or timbered pasture. The sale offers unique opportunities to different types of buyers, as Tract #4 can provide an exceptional building site and hunting, while Tract #3 provides both tillable and pasture opportunities. Tract #1 & 2 offer tillable farmland opportunities to the new buyer.

Auction Details:
Mary D. Miller, Owner
10 a.m. Thurs, Feb 21, 2013
Iowa County Fair Grounds
Zentmire Hall
800 East Marion St
Marengo, IA 52301
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Auctioneer: Stan Mcllrath

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