SOLD – Poweshiek County Absolute Land Auction

Land Auction Results

  • Tract 1, 160 acres – $864,000 total or $5,400 per acre
  • Tract 2, 170 acres – $1,292,000 total or $7,600 per acre
  • Tract 3, 179 acres – $1,235,100 total or $6,900 per acre
  • Tract 4, 80 acres – $416,000 total or $5,200 per acre

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Description: 589 gross acres m/l of Poweshiek County farmland to be sold in 4 different tracts. Property is located in Section 3, Jackson Township and Section 34, Scott Township.. Tract #1 is 160 gross acres m/l and 153 net acres m/l with a whole farm CSR of 56. Tract #2 is 170 gross acres m/l and 158 net acres m/l with a whole farm CSR of 53. Tract #3 is 179 gross acres m/l and 174 net acres m/l with a CSR of 54. Tract #4 is 80 gross acres m/l and 79 net acres m/l with a CSR of 50.  Sodbust/Wetland Determinations have been authorized for Tract #1 & Tract #2.  Auction will be absolute and each tract will be sold separately and not combined with any other tract.

Auction Details:
Sylvan & Rachel VeVerka, Family Estate
10 a.m. Thurs, March 14, 2013
Montezuma Memorial Hall
205 West Main St
Montezuma, IA 50171
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Auctioneer: Stan Mcllrath

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