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2,045.54 +/- Acres - Hettinger County, ND

2,045.54 +/- Acres - Hettinger County, ND 
Property Details (ID# 3984)
Date/Time
Thu Nov 05 1:00 PM MST
Property Location
New Leipzig, ND
County
Hettinger County
Size
7 Parcels
Contact
Andy Mrnak , 701.206.1095
Jim Sabe, 701.523.6283

 

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LAND AUCTION

2,045.54 +/- Acres - Hettinger County, ND

Thursday, November 5, 2020 – 2:00 p.m. (MT) 

 

Auction Location: New Leipzig Community Center - New Leipzig, ND

 

Auction Note: The Hintz property features 2,045 deeded acres with over 1,300 acres of excellent cropland with very strong soil productivity.  The balance of the property features prominent native and introduced prairie grasses and creek bottom wildlife habitat.  In addition to the strong soils found within this property and throughout the entire Bentley area, this land is in the heart of southeast Hettinger County Pheasant Country.  This will be one sale you will not want to miss.

 

Contact:  Andy Mrnak or Jim Sabe at 701.523.7366 or Pifer’s Auction & Realty at 877.700.4099 or log on to www.pifers.com.

 

Driving Directions: 

From New Leipzig, ND: 

Drive 3 miles south on Hwy. #49 to 75th St. SW, then drive 2 miles west on 75th St. SW.  Parcel 1 is on the south side of 75th. Continue west 2.5 miles to Bentley, ND, then continue west on 75th St. SW for 3 more miles and north for ½ mile to Parcel 2.

Drive south 11 miles south on Hwy. #49 to 84th St SW.  Parcel 4 is on the west side of Hwy. #49 and north of 84th.

 

 

 

Parcel 1:

Acres: 157.49 +/-

Legal:  SE¼  16-133-91

Crop Acres:  142.89 +/-

Taxes (2019): $912.27

Parcel Note: This is an extremely nice quarter of cropland with exceptional access along the county road only 2 miles west of Bentley, North Dakota.  Nearly 100% of this parcel is cropland while this very productive quarter has Soil Productivity Index (SPI) of 67.8.

 

Parcel 2:

Acres: 634.98 +/-

Legal: Section 15-133-91

Pasture Acres: 216.56 +/-

Crop Acres:  335.68 +/-

Taxes (2019): $2,371.17

Parcel Note: This is a very nice section of crop and pastureland.  The cropland features productive soils with an SPI over 63 and lays well with exceptional access to the whole section.  The central portion of Parcel 2 features prolific native and introduced grasses with a perimeter fence.

 

 

Parcel 3:

Acres: 158.72 +/-

Legal: S½N½  14-133-91

Pasture Acres: 74.2 +/-

Crop Acres:  81.92 +/-

Taxes (2019): $679.36

Parcel Note: This is another productive long quarter section of good cropland and pastureland in Hettinger County.  Parcel 3 features good access and productive soils with an SPI of 61.8, in addition to a low creek bottom area and grain storage along the main county road north of Bentley.

 

 

Parcel 4:

Acres: 304.03 +/-

Legal: NE¼ 22-133-91 and NW¼  23-133-91

Pasture Acres:  27.61 +/-

Crop Acres:  260.6 +/-

Taxes (2019): $2,008.65

Parcel Note: The north ranch headquarters highlights this two-quarter property.  In addition to the productive cropland that dominates this parcel with an SPI of 76.7, the feedlot and working facilities offer sound improvements for any livestock operation with feed and grain storage, outbuildings and more! 

 

Parcel 5:

Acres:  630.32 +/-

Legal:  Section 27-132-91

Pasture Acres: 265.35 +/-

Crop Acres:  348.28 +/-

Taxes (2019): $2,691.26

Parcel Note: Perhaps the most diverse parcel of the entire offering.  The 348 acres cropland is feature productive soils with an SPI of over 61.  The balance of this extremely productive section of land is highlighted by productive native and introduced grasses in the pasture and a large stock dam above the ranch headquarters. The family farmstead features an older home with a barn, corrals, grain storage, and three large storage buildings.  

 

Parcel 6:

Acres: 160 +/-

Legal:  S½S½  26-132-91

Crop Acres:  141.56 +/-

Taxes (2019): $700.62

Parcel Note: This is yet another excellent long quarter of good cropland with good access and productive soils.  Nearly 100% cropland, this is a tract worth taking a close look at.

 

Parcel 7: Burt Bin Site

Acres: 1.75 +/-

Legal:  Lots 1-6 of Block 14 of the unincorporated village of Burt in Section 6-133-91.

Parcel Note: Parcel 7 is a large lot along the east side of Burt, North Dakota that features a wide open layout with four grain bins with over 11000 bushels of storage with open access that sit along the western edge of this lot.  This grain storage facility lays in an excellent location, only a few blocks from having direct access to ND Highway 21. 

 

 

 

OWNERS: Richard & Joan Hintz

Parcel 1
Description:

Parcel 1:

Acres: 157.49 +/-

Legal:  SE ¼ Section 16-133-91

Crop Acres:  142.89 +/-

Taxes (2019): $912.27

Parcel Note: This is an extremely nice quarter of cropland with exceptional access along the county road only 2 miles west of Bentley, North Dakota.  Nearly 100% of this parcel is cropland while this very productive quarter has Soil Productivity Index (SPI) of 67.8.


Parcel 2
Description:

Parcel 2:

Acres: 634.98 +/-

Legal: Section 15-133-91

Pasture Acres: 216.56 +/-

Crop Acres:  335.68 +/-

Taxes (2019): $2,371.17

Parcel Note: This is a very nice section of crop and pastureland.  The cropland features productive soils with an SPI over 63 and lays well with exceptional access to the whole section.  The central portion of Parcel 2 features prolific native and introduced grasses with a perimeter fence.


Parcel 3
Description:

Parcel 3:

Acres: 158.72 +/-

Legal: S ½ N ½ Section 14-133-91

Pasture Acres: 74.2 +/-

Crop Acres:  81.92 +/-

Taxes (2019): $679.36

Parcel Note: This is another productive long quarter section of good cropland and pastureland in Hettinger County.  Parcel 3 features good access and productive soils with an SPI of 61.8, in addition to a low creek bottom area and grain storage along the main county road north of Bentley.


Parcel 4
Description:

Parcel 4:

Acres: 304.03 +/-

Legal: NE ¼ Section 22-133-91 and NW ¼ Section 23-133-91

Pasture Acres:  27.61 +/-

Crop Acres:  260.6 +/-

Taxes (2019): $2,008.65

Parcel Note: The north ranch headquarters highlights this two-quarter property.  In addition to the productive cropland that dominates this parcel with an SPI of 76.7, the feedlot and working facilities offer sound improvements for any livestock operation with feed and grain storage, outbuildings and more! 


Parcel 5
Description:

Parcel 5:

Acres:  630.32 +/-

Legal:  Section 27-132-91

Pasture Acres: 265.35 +/-

Crop Acres:  348.28 +/-

Taxes (2019): $2,691.26

Parcel Note: Perhaps the most diverse parcel of the entire offering.  The 348 acres cropland is feature productive soils with an SPI of over 61.  The balance of this extremely productive section of land is highlighted by productive native and introduced grasses in the pasture and a large stock dam above the ranch headquarters. The family farmstead features an older home with a barn, corrals, grain storage, and three large storage buildings.  


Parcel 6
Description:

Parcel 6:

Acres: 160.00 +/-

Legal:  S ½ S ½ Section 26-132-91

Crop Acres:  141.56 +/-

Taxes (2019): $700.62

Parcel Note: This is yet another excellent long quarter of good cropland with good access and productive soils.  Nearly 100% cropland, this is a tract worth taking a close look at.


Parcel 7 - Burt Bin Site
Acres: 1.75 +/-
Legal: Lots 1-6 of Block 14 of the unincorporated village of Burt in Section 6-133-91.
Description:

Parcel 7 is a large lot along the east side of Burt, North Dakota that features a wide open layout with four grain bins with over 11000 bushels of storage with open access that sit along the western edge of this lot.  This grain storage facility lays in an excellent location, only a few blocks from having direct access to ND Highway 21.