Auction: Buckles Tract 1 – 61 +/- Acres
This upcoming auction on behalf of the Buckles Family presents a rare opportunity to add excellent quality cropland to your land holdings with two top-shelf tracts in the Neosho River Valley just east of Burlington. Tract 1 is located directly on the east bank of the Neosho and Tract 2 is situated within 785 feet of the river. Come take a tour and the inherent attributes of these tracts will be readily apparent!
Tract 1 totals 61 acres more or less and will find interest from multiple buyer types including the row-crop farmer, the investor and the hunter. This one is very unique due to its location just across the river from Burlington, soil quality and recreational appeal for those pursuing whitetails, waterfowl and turkeys.
According to FSA records, the cropland portions of this tract total 41.43 acres. When viewing the soil map, you’ll notice something extremely rare in that every single acre in the tillable portions of this property is comprised of ultra-productive Verdigris silt loam, the enviable soil type that farmers throughout the regions desire. Ag operators will also like the location due to all-pavement access to multiple grain markets including local CO-OPs, Bunge in Emporia or the ethanol plant at Garnett.
There’s heavy hardwood timber flanking the bank of the Neosho River which borders the property along its entire west boundary. There’s also a substantial stand of hardwoods that bisects the property along a creek drainage flowing to the Neosho. These areas are being used heavily by both resident and transient whitetails which we’ve been documenting with trail cameras as well as a buck harvested off the property early in the season prior to the trailcams going up. Please be sure to scroll through the pictures to view the wildlife including a trophy Woodchuck that we’re very proud of although he appears to be consuming more than a healthy amount of corn!
To set up a tour of this Neosho River gem, please call Cameron Roth at 785-917-0867.
Brief Legal Description: S2 SE4 E of NEOSHO RIV in Section 23, Township 21 South, Range 15 East of the 6th P.M., Coffey County, KS. 61 acres, more or less including Right-of-Way.
Driving Directions from Burlington: Head east on Neosho which turns into 11th Lane for 0.8 miles and then turn north onto Native Rd. Continue for 1/4 mile and the property begins on the west side.
Minerals: The Seller’s mineral interests transfer to the Buyer.
Earnest Money: $30,000.00 due on auction day.
Taxes: Property taxes for 2022 were $530.98.
Tenancy: The property sells without any tillable, haying, grazing or hunting leases in effect. An excellent tenant has been farming this tract in the past and would be interested in continuing to lease it if the Buyer needs a tenant.
BIDDING REGISTRATION AND APPROVAL: To register, visit VaughnRoth.com and click on this listing where you will find a “Register To Bid” tab. Once you submit your request for registration, you must contact Cameron Roth at 785-917-0867 and provide proof of funds or a letter of credit prior to being approved.