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387± Acres in Richland County, ND

The cropland is conducive to growing cash crops such as sugar beets, corn, soybeans, sunflowers, spring wheat and more.

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MapPin Richland, ND
387.67 Acres
  • Farmland

Property Description

Bidder Packet
387.67± Deeded Acres including 383.14 tillable cropland acres located in the southern Red River Valley just south of Fairmount, ND in Richland County. The property will be sold in three tracts via Timed-Online Only Auction. All tracts have productive soil profiles with the average Soil Productivity Index being 84. The cropland is conducive to growing cash crops such as sugar beets, corn, soybeans, sunflowers, spring wheat and more. Tracts 1 and 2 are located on ND-127, a class 1 road, giving them excellent accessibility. The property is located in an excellent crop market with Ardent Mills located approximately 4.5 miles of Tract 1 and 2 and all three tracts being located within 24 miles of the Hankinson Ethanol Plant.

TIMED ONLINE AUCTION REGISTER TO BID AT acrepro.bidwrangler.com

BIDS OPEN: October 11th, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CST BIDS CLOSE: October 18th, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CST

The bids will open on Tuesday, October 11th at 11:00 AM CST. At this time, registered bidders will be able to put in bids on the property through the AcrePro mobile app or on our website. Bids can be placed in the selected increment, or with a custom number that is higher than the current "ask". Bidders can place a maximum bid that will immediately make them the highest bidder, one bid increment over the previous high bid. It will autobid up one bid increment past any bids that come in, until a bid surpasses your maximum bid amount. The auction is scheduled to close on October 18th at 11:00 AM CST. However, if a bid is placed in the final minute of bidding, the bids will automatically be extended by 4 minutes. Each time a new bid comes in during the extension time, the time will extend back to 4 minutes. Be sure to periodically refresh your screen! The bidder with the high bid once the extension period has expired will be the successful bidder. Bids will be on a per surveyed acre basis. AcrePro represents the seller in the sale of the property and is acting solely on behalf of Seller's interests. Sellers reserve the right to refuse any and all bids.

Property Details

Features

  • Checkmark Agricultural

  • Soil Index: 84
  • Tillable Acres: 383.14

Location

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Driving Directions

Tract 1: From the intersection of CR-11 and ND-127 (0.5 mile west of Fairmount, ND) head south on ND-127 for 4 miles. Tract 1 will be on the east side of the road. Tract 2: From the intersection of CR-11 and ND-127 (0.5 mile west of Fairmount, ND) head south on ND-127 for 4 miles. Turn left on 98 st SE and head east for 0.5 miles. Tract 2 will be on the south side of the road. Tract 3 Driving Directions: From the intersection of CR-11 and ND-127 (0.5 mile west of Fairmount, ND) head south on ND-127 for 8 miles. Turn right on 102nd st SE and head west for 1.25 miles. Tract 3 will be on the north side of the road.

Property Docs

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Bidder Packet

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Plat Maps

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Tract 1 - FSA Map

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Tract 1 - Aerial Map

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Tract 1 - Soil Map

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Tract 2 - Aerial Map

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Tract 2 - Soil Map

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Tract 3 - Aerial Map

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Tract 3 - Soil Map

Agent BIO

David Gorder
Managing Broker & Auctioneer

David Gorder

About David Gorder

David is the Managing Broker and Auctioneer of AcrePro Farm Agency and has been a licensed real estate professional in North Dakota and Minnesota since 2016. He was born and raised in Grand Forks, ND and graduated from the University of North Dakota in 2013 with a Business Management and Entrepreneurship degree. He spent the next five years in ag sales with CHS Inc. before launching his farmland sales and management business, The Farm Agency in 2018. David also owns and manages an equipment auction business, Resource Auction, which specializes in agricultural equipment sales. He and his team launched AcrePro Farm Agency in 2021. David and his wife, Annie, have four kids and live in Grand Forks.