540 +/- Acres - Slope County, ND

540 +/- Acres - Slope County, ND 
Property Details (ID# 3802)
Date/Time
Tue Mar 31 3:00 PM MDT
Property Location
Bowman, ND
County
Bowman
Size
3 Parcels
Contact
Andy Mrnak , 701.206.1095
Jim Sabe, 701.523.6283

 

**MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON!!**

LAND AUCTION

540 +/- Acres - Slope County, ND

Tuesday, March 31, 2020 – 3:00 p.m. (MT) 

 

Auction Location: Pifer’s Bowman Regional Office, 709 12thSt. NE, Bowman, ND

 

Auction Note: 

Slope County, North Dakota is home to one of the most diversified land profiles in the United States.  Just about any direction you look, you can find rugged badlands, steep creek bottom draws, the tallest point in North Dakota, lush grazing land, and also some of the richest cropland in all Western North Dakota.  The Richard Bowman land lays in west central Slope County which is in the heart of it all.

This specific offering features the best that Western North Dakota has to offer in terms of grass and crop production.  With Soil Productivity Index ratings in the 80’s and the extraordinary cell block grazing system that is in place, this is perhaps one of the most productive tracts that will be offered in Western Slope County in 2020.

Join Pifer’s Auction & Realty for this Pifer’s Exclusive Land Auction at Pifer’s Bowman Regional Office on Thursday, March 31, 2020.

Contact:  For more information or a catalog 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 Bowman, ND: 

Drive 13 miles West to Rhame, ND on US HWY 12. From Rhame, drive 1 mile West to 159th Avenue SW, then drive North on 159th for 6.5 miles to 74th St SW.  Drive 2 miles West on 74th to 162nd Ave SW.  Then drive North on 162nd for 1.25 miles.  Parcel 3 will be on the East side of the road.

 

Parcel 1:

Acres: 160.00 +/-

Legal:  NW ¼ Section 34-134-104

Crop Acres:  157.21 +/-

Taxes (2019): $743.71

Parcel Note: Perhaps one of the top quarters of cropland in all of western Slope County.  Parcel 1 lays particularly flat with a very appealing Soil Productivity Index (SPI) rating of 80.4.  Currently this parcel is used for alfalfa production, and could continue to produce top quality, high yielding hay crops, or it could also be converted back into small grain/row crop production with ease.

 

Parcel 2:

Acres: 160.00 +/-

Legal: SW ¼ Section 34-134-104

Crop Acres:  159.2 +/-

Taxes (2019): $567.26

Parcel Note: Parcels 2 and 3 have both been developed into an extraordinary cell block grazing system.  Parcel 2 has Southwest Rural water supplying the central livestock tank that supplements the multi cell pastures.  Each pasture has electric perimeter fence and offers an angled entrance to each pasture making it easy to rotate livestock from cell to cell with minimal effort.  Additionally, this parcel has an SPI rating of 62 offering tremendous productivity for the pastures but could also be reintroduced in to crop production rather easily.

 

Parcel 3:

Acres: 240.00 +/-

Legal: NW ¼ & N ½ SW ¼ Section 3-133-104

Crop Acres:  163.94 +/-

Pasture Acres: 68.61 +/-

Taxes (2019): $524.31

Parcel Note: Parcel 3 implements a similar cell block grazing system of that of Parcel 2, yet on a larger scale.  Originally this 240 acre parcel had over 160 acres of cropland, however currently 100% of its area is utilized for highly productive cell grazing. Parcel 3 has two central water systems supplied by Southwest Rural water.  Parcel 3 also has good soil productivity which has been ideal for grass production and recovery under its current management system. 

 

OWNER:  Richard Bowman

 

Parcel 1
Acres: 160.0
Description:

Parcel 1:

Acres: 160.00 +/-

Legal:  NW ¼ Section 34-134-104

Crop Acres:  157.21 +/-

Taxes (2019): $743.71

Parcel Note: Perhaps one of the top quarters of cropland in all of western Slope County.  Parcel 1 lays particularly flat with a very appealing Soil Productivity Index (SPI) rating of 80.4.  Currently this parcel is used for alfalfa production, and could continue to produce top quality, high yielding hay crops, or it could also be converted back into small grain/row crop production with ease.


Parcel 2
Acres: 160.0
Description:

Parcel 2:

Acres: 160.00 +/-

Legal: SW ¼ Section 34-134-104

Crop Acres:  159.2 +/-

Taxes (2019): $567.26

Parcel Note: Parcels 2 and 3 have both been developed into an extraordinary cell block grazing system.  Parcel 2 has Southwest Rural water supplying the central livestock tank that supplements the multi cell pastures.  Each pasture has electric perimeter fence and offers an angled entrance to each pasture making it easy to rotate livestock from cell to cell with minimal effort.  Additionally, this parcel has an SPI rating of 62 offering tremendous productivity for the pastures but could also be reintroduced in to crop production rather easily.

 

Parcel 3
Acres: 240.0
Description:

Parcel 3:

Acres: 240.00 +/-

Legal: NW ¼ & N ½ SW ¼ Section 3-133-104

Crop Acres:  163.94 +/-

Pasture Acres: 68.61 +/-

Taxes (2019): $524.31

Parcel Note: Parcel 3 implements a similar cell block grazing system of that of Parcel 2, yet on a larger scale.  Originally this 240 acre parcel had over 160 acres of cropland, however currently 100% of its area is utilized for highly productive cell grazing. Parcel 3 has two central water systems supplied by Southwest Rural water.  Parcel 3 also has good soil productivity which has been ideal for grass production and recovery under its current management system.