Hughes-Sully County Cropland

Apr 7, 2017 2:00PM
2,402.52 Acres

Dakota Land Company is honored to offer the Joe Matzen Ag land for Public Auction.  This land is truly one of the finest and most productive farms ever auctioned in Sully and Hughes County.  The precision and performance set forth in the current owner’s no-till operation and the farm’s productive soils has made it a premier ag operation. The Matzen farm consists of 2400 contiguous acres and will be offered in 7 tracts, and 1 whole tract unit in it’s entirety.  There are over 2375.6 acres of highly productive cropland according to the FSA records.  Rarely does a farm offer such a high percentage of overall productive cropland.  The small amount of non producing land comprises of good county roads and a small grain bin site. The land is located 15 miles Southwest of Onida, South Dakota and 15 miles Northeast of Pierre, South Dakota.  Truly a tremendous opportunity to purchase a large contiguous, highly productive, and strategically located farm.     

Tract 1

Tract 1

 

Total Acres: 320+/-

Crop Land Acres: 311.57(FSA Figures)

Summary: Tract 1 is a very productive half section with tremendous access from county road 196th Street and 298th Ave.  Soils predominately consist of Highmore silt loam, with a 0-2% slope.  These soils are a Class II soils with a productivity index of 91-92.  Other Class II soils include a small amount of Mobridge silt loam, with 0-2% slope and productivity index of 94.  Eakin-Raber soils are Class II soils with productivity ranging fron 76-83.  The previous crop was corn.  Spring 2017 appears to have an abundance of soil profile moisture, ready for top producing yields.

Legal Description: TWN 113N RG 78 W – Sully County

Section 35: S1/2

2016 Taxes: $2,755.12

 

Tract 2

Tract 2

 

Total Acres: 320+/-

Crop Land Acres: 321.13(FSA Figures)

Summary: Tract 2 is a very productive half section with tremendous access from county road 196th Street.  Soils predominately consist of Eakin-Raber soils, with a 0-6% slope.  These soils are a Class II soils with a productivity index of 76-83.  Other Class II soils include Mobridge and Highmore silt loam, with 0-2% slope and productivity index of 92-94.  The previous crop was corn.  Spring 2017 appears to have an abundance of soil profile moisture, ready for top producing yields.

Legal Description: TWN 113N RG 78 W – Sully County

Section 34: E1/2

2016 Taxes: $2710.80

Tract 3

Total Acres: 320.2+/-

Crop Land Acres: 314.26(FSA Figures)

Summary: Tract 3 is a very productive half section with tremendous access from county road 196th Street.  Soils predominately consist of Highmore and Mobridge silt loam, with a 0-2% slope.  These soils are a Class II soils with a productivity index of 91-94 covering 90% of this tract.  There is small percentage of Highmore silt loams with 0-6% slopes.  The previous crop was sunflower.  Spring 2017 appears to have an abundance of soil profile moisture, ready for top producing yields.

Legal Description: TWN 112N RG 78 W – Hughes County

Section 3: W1/2

2016 Taxes: $4399.70

Tract 4

Tract 4

 

Total Acres: 321.68+/-

Crop Land Acres: 317.96(FSA Figures)

Summary: Tract 4 is a very productive half section with tremendous access from county road 196th Street.  Soils predominately consist of Highmore and Mobridge silt loam, with a 0-2% slope.  These soils are a Class II soils with a productivity index of 91-94.  Other soils include Highmore-Glenham silt loams, Onita-Hoven silt loams and Highmore silt loam with 2-6 percent slope.  The previous crop was corn.  Spring 2017 appears to have an abundance of soil profile moisture, ready for top producing yields.

Legal Description: TWN 112N RG 78 W – Hughes County

Section 4: N1/2

2016 Taxes: $ 4318.94

Tract 5

Tract 5

 

Total Acres: 640.64+/-

Crop Land Acres: 637.59(FSA Figures)

Summary: Tract 5 is a very productive full section with tremendous access from county road 196th Street.  The 2017 Winter Wheat crop will pass to the successful bidder on Tract #5.  Soils predominately consist of Highmore silt loam, with a 0-2% slope.  These soils are a Class II soils with a productivity index of 92 .  Other soils include Onita-Hoven silt loams, Mobridge silt loams, and Highmore –Glenham silt loams. Productivity index for these soils range from 75-94.  This section is currently  planted to Winter Wheat.  Spring 2017 appears to have an abundance of soil profile moisture, ready for top producing yields.

Legal Description: TWN 112N RG 78 W – Hughes County

Section 5: All

2016 Taxes: $8353.10

Tract 6

Tract 6

 

Total Acres: 160+/-

Crop Land Acres: 163.42(FSA Figures)

Summary: Tract 6 is a very productive quarter section with  access from field road 295th Avenue from 196th Street or 198th Street.  Soils predominately consist of Highmore silt loam, with a 0-2% slope.  These soils are a Class II soils with a productivity index of 92 .  Other soils include Onita-Hoven silt loams, and Highmore silt loams with a 2-6% slope. Productivity index for these soils range from 75-91.  The previous crop was sunflowers.  Spring 2017 appears to have an abundance of soil profile moisture, ready for top producing yields.

Legal Description: TWN 112N RG 78 W – Hughes County

Section 8: NW1/4

2016 Taxes: $2075.36

Tract 7

Tract 7

 

Total Acres: 320+/-

Crop Land Acres: 309.68(FSA Figures)

Summary: Tract 7 is a very productive half section with  access from field road 295th Avenue from 196th Street or 198th Street.  Soils predominately consist of Highmore silt loam, with a 0-2% slope.  These soils are a Class II soils with a productivity index of 92 .  Other soils include Onita-Hoven silt loams, and Highmore silt loams with a 2-6% slope. Productivity index for these soils range from 75-91.  The previous crop was sunflowers.  Spring 2017 appears to have an abundance of soil profile moisture, ready for top producing yields. Improvements include 2 small grain bins and a Quonset for storage.

Legal Description: TWN 112N RG 78 W – Hughes County

Section 7: E1/2

2016 Taxes: $4591.50

Tract 8

Tract 8

 

Total Acres: +/- 2402.52

Crop Land Acres: 2375.61(FSA Figures)

Summary: Tract 8 is a combination of Tract #1 thru Tract #7.  This highly productive farm has over 98% farmable acres of the total deeded acres.  Soils predominately consist of Highmore and Mobridge silt loams with productivity index ranging from 91 -94 on the majority of the cropland.  Rarely does such a productive contiguous unit come to Public Auction.  Excellent access from the Hughes County – Sully County road 196th Street which allows for easy harvest and removal of grain production.  Tract #5 will include the Winter Wheat crop to the successful bidder.  Seller is offering a cash lease- back option of the cropland for a rate of 3.5% of the final purchase price.  This increases the rate of return and insures your investment in quality agland will continue to grow and provide security to your investment portfolio.  Spring 2017 appears to have an abundance of soil profile moisture, ready for top producing yields.

Legal Description:

Township 113 N - Range 78W, Sully County, South Dakota:-  

Section 35: S1/2

Section 34: E1/2

 

Township 112N- Range 78W Hughes County , South Dakota

Section 3: W1/2

Section 4: N1/2

Section 5: All

Section 8: NW1/4

Section 7: E1/2

 

2016 Taxes: $29,204.52

Auction Snapshot

Acres: 2,402.52 Acres
Auction Date: April 7th 2017
2:00 PM
Crop Land Acres: 2,375.61 (FSA) acres
Auction Location: Red Rossa Italian Bar & Grille
Owner: Joe Matzen
Latitude&Long: 44.549464, -100.190762

Listing Broker

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Todd Schuetzle

Broker/Auctioneer

(605) 280-3115
todd@placetohunt.com



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Graham Schuetzle

Broker Associate

(605) 220-4014
DakotaLandCo@gmail.com


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