Property has 160 acres of Bermuda grass on class 2 & 3 soils with fertilizer stocking rate that could be doubled without buying more land. Originally crop ground. Productive soils for Hemp production. Improvements, 2 story home attached to large shop building. Loafing shed with tack & feed room. Large shed with concrete floor & apron to store bulk feed. Metal pipe corrals with hydraulic chute & tub on concrete slab. 2 ponds.
Legal: NE Section 16, Township 23N, Range 20E Mayes Co, OK. 160 Acres more or less.
Improvements: Approximately 2.837 sq. ft 2 story metal siding home. 4 bedroom, 2 bath. Shop building 48x76/1047 sq. ft concrete floor, remaining dirt floor, 16x14 sliding door, 2 garage doors 10x10. Loafing shed 15x30/ attached tack room/ concrete floor 15x10. Metal pipe corrals with hydraulic squeeze chute on concrete slab. Circle gravel area for semis to load cattle. Bulk feed ingredient storage shed with concrete floor & apron. Water: Rural water tap, 2 ponds. Utilities: Electric & Propane available. Land: Topography flat. Minerals: All minerals in possession of seller pass with the property, seller makes no representation to the amount of minerals owned if any. Production: Hay production & livestock grazing. 142.74 Acres USDA NHEL Coop. Wheat Base 54.3 Acres Milo Base 28.2 Acres Soybean Base 2.3 Acres
Soils: 42.1 Acres Class II soils 117.8 Acres Class III Soils 117.8 Acres PaA Parsons Silt Loam, 0 to 1% Slopes Class 3 Soil 25.8 Acres ChB Choteau Silt Loam, 1 to 3% Slopes Class 2 Soil 16.3 Acres DnB Dennis Silt Loam, 1 to 3% Slopes Class 2 Soil
Alternative Uses/ Resources: Shop and Bulk Feed Ingredient barn tall enough to park large equipment in. Leases: None Hunting/Recreation: Duck hunting on ponds, ATV & horseback riding. Topography level enough for horse riding arena.
Conservation Easements (CRP/WAP):
Development Potential: Frontage on 2 county roads to divide into 20, 40, 60, 80 Acre home sites.
Tax Advantage: Discount farm tag for truck & no sales tax on purchased farm supplies.
Climate History: The average annual temperature is 60 . Days of 90 or higher: 66 days Days of 20 or lower: 25 days Precipitation: Average annual: 43.5 inches Days with precipitation: 87 days. Winter Weather: Average annual snowfall: 8.8 inches Days with snow on ground: 8 days First Freeze: October 30 Last Freeze: April 4 Growing Season: 208 days
Other Facts: Average wind speed 4 mph. Sunshine: 50-75% Average humidity: 72% Thunderstorm days: 51
Farm History: Current owner had used land & facilities to process stockers. For receiving and shipping stockers to feed lots plus baling Bermuda Grass Hay.
Broker comments: Looking for soils & grass to double your stocking rates with applied fertilizer? This would be a candidate to consider. Facilities in place. Metal pipe corrals with tub and hydraulic chute on concrete slab. Circle gravel driveway for semi pots to load and unload. Bulk feed shed with concrete walls and floor. Property would be a prospect for Hemp production. Central location in NE Oklahoma with quick access to I-44, 1 hour of Tulsa, OK & Joplin, MO. 3 hours South of Kansas City. 8 miles to put your boat in on Grand Lake.
Showing Instructions: Shown by appointment only. The seller requests that all interested parties have a pre-qual letter from their lending institution.
P.O.B. Intersection of State Hwy 28 & US Hwy 69 in Adair, OK go East on Hwy 28 6.3 miles to county road #440. Turn North on black top & go 2 miles. Turn West on Rd #370 go approximately 1/4 mile to gate on South side of road.