312 +/- Acres - Kidder County, ND

312 +/- Acres - Kidder County, ND 
Property Details (ID# 3786)
Thu Feb 20 3:00 PM CST
Property Location
Tappen, ND
Kidder County
1 Parcels
Darin Peterson, 701.220.5396




312 +/- Acres - Kidder County, ND

Thursday, February 20, 2020 - 3:00 p.m.

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Auction Location: Pifer’s Auction Center of North America - 510 7th St. NW - Steele, ND


Auction Note:  This property features 312 +/- acres of quality pastureland with excellent hunting opportunities, southwest of Tappen in Kidder County, ND. With a cross fence splitting this half section and each quarter having its own dugout, this property is well established for cell grazing. There is a permanent corral in the northeast corner of the property that works well for loading cattle.

Located on the northern border of the Slade National Wildlife Refuge, this piece of property is also a hunter’s haven. This is a great chance to purchase high quality pastureland and hunting land in Central North Dakota and awaits potential buyers!

Contact:  Darin Peterson at 701.220.5396 for more information and for a complete catalog.


Driving Directions: From Tappen, ND (Exit 214)- Go South on 39th Ave SE for 1 mile.  Turn West for 2 miles on 38th St SE, then turn South on 37th Ave SE for .5 miles.  Here you will be at the NE corner of the property.

From Dawson, ND (Exit 208)- Go South on ND Hwy 3 for 1 mile.  Turn East for 2.5 miles on 38th St SE, then turn South on 37th Ave SE for .5 miles.  Here you will be at the NE corner of the property.



Parcel Information:

Acres: 312 +/-

Legal: SE1/4, E1/2SW1/4 and Lots 3 & 4 SE1/4 in 18-139-71, Tappen Township

Pastureland: 312 +/-

Taxes (2019): $633.72



OWNERS: Jon Dewitz & Chad Dewitz

312 +/- Acres- Kidder County, ND
Acres: 312 +/-
Legal: S1/2 Section 18-139-71, Kidder County, North Dakota
Pastureland Acres: 312 +/-
Taxes: 633.72
Tax Year: 2019

Property Note: This property features 312+/- pastureland acres with excellent grass and water. Water sources comprise of dugouts in the middle of each quarter.  A well maintained 4-wire fence borders this entire half section along with a cross fence splitting each quarter for cell grazing opportunities.