Landwatch

Recent Farmland Sales

Per-Acre Prices, Image by The Progressive Farmer

COLORADO, Cheyenne County. Dryland farm totaling 300 acres sold at public action for $222,600. Average per-acre price was $742. Buyer received one-third of growing wheat crop, which comprised 150 acres of the land, and immediate possession of the fallow ground. Contact: Virgil George, Rocking X Land Co. Ltd.; vg@rxl.land; 719-346-5420; www.rockingxland.com.

INDIANA, Warrick County. Cropland totaling 2,350 acres sold in an absolute action for $11.25 million. The land was broken into 26 tracts made up of contiguous crop acres, pastures, wooded land, ponds and lakes, a commercial building, grain bins, cattle-handling facilities and a farm headquarters. Of the total area, 1,735 were tillable acres. Average price per acre across the entire property was $4,787. Contact: Todd Litten, Halderman Real Estate and Farm Management; toddl@halderman.com; 812-327-2466; www.halderman.com.

KANSAS, Marshall County. A 160-acre farm with 72 acres terraced cropland and the balance in native grasses, pasture, hay, timber, creek, waterways and a farmstead sold at auction for $560,000. Average per-acre price was $3,500. Contact: Raymond Bott, Bott Realty and Auction; raymond@bottrealtyauction.com; 785-325-2734; www.bottrealtyauction.com.

TWO-STATE SALE, Kansas (Greeley and Wallace counties) and Colorado (Cheyenne county). Property totaling 3,123 acres sold at absolute auction for $4.37 million, or $1,399 per acre. The land was auctioned in 12 tracts, where average prices ranged from $1,200 to $1,700. Cropland area totaled 2,298 acres and had been used in the production of wheat, corn and grain sorghum. Contact: Don Hazlett, Farm and Ranch Realty Inc.; info@frrmail.com; 800-247-7863; www.farmandranchrealty.com.

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KENTUCKY, Henderson County. Rolling crop and pastureland totaling 160 acres sold at absolute auction for $795,544, or $4,972 per acre to multiple buyers. Contributing to the value of the operation were two older Harvester silos, two grain bins and an office/shop. Contact: Joseph Mills, Kurtz Auction and Realty; joseph@kurtzauction.com; 800-264-1204; www.kurtzauction.com.

MISSOURI, Cedar County. Pasture ground totaling 76 acres sold for $266,000, or $3,500 per acre. Property included highway frontage and proximity to El Dorado Springs. Contact: Shannon Mays, Shannon and Associates Real Estate and Auctions LLC; auctionshannon@gmail.com; 417-876-2900; www.shannon-associates.com.

NEBRASKA, Dawson County. Farm ground totaling 80 acres sold for $500,000, or $6,250 per acre. The property was almost entirely tillable ground. Contact: Eric Geiger, egeiger@mid-continentproperties.com, or Dylan Duren, dduren@mid-continentproperties.com; Mid-Continent Properties; 402-334-0256; www.mid-continentproperties.com.

NORTH DAKOTA, Logan County. Crop and pasture totaling 516 acres sold at auction for $1.05 million. The property was divided into four parcels and sold to four buyers. Average price by parcel ranged from $800 to $3,035 per acre; across the entire property, $2,035. Contact: Darin Peterson, Pifer’s Land Actions; darin@pifers.com; 701-220-5396; www.pifers.com.

OKLAHOMA, Kay County. Cropland and minerals totaling 100 acres sold for $245,000, or $2,450 per acre. Seller was Fulton Farms. The land was described as excellent for grazing cattle and hunting. Contact: Troy Lippard, Lippard Auctioneers Inc.; troy@lippardauctions.com; 580-747-6747; www.lippardauctions.com.

These sales figures are provided by the sources and may not compute exactly, due to rounding.

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