MONROE COUNTY REAL ESTATE AUCTION
Directions: From Paris, MO take Highway 24 west 6 miles to MCR 971, turn left and go south 1 mile to the property on both sides of the road OR from Madison, MO take Hwy. 24 east 4 miles to MCR 971, turn right and go 1 mile south to the property.
Wednesday, June 9, 2021 from 2 PM – 4 PM
243.5 Surveyed Acres in Township 54N, Range 11W, Section 16 of Monroe County, Missouri
The 243.5 Acres will be offered in three tracts ranging from 13.6 acres and the homestead to 128.4 acres of cropland.
TRACT ONE: Consists of 13.6 surveyed acres and the Schlabachs family residence, dairy operation, grain bins, hay, commodity shed, machine shed, etc.
The home is a 4131-adj. sq. ft. ranch style home that has lots of amenities that make it efficient and comfortable. The house has a shingle roof, vinyl siding, thermal pane windows and a large covered front porch.
The main floor has three bedrooms including a very spacious master bedroom with a large bath that has a separate shower and tub and a large walk-in closet. The main floor also has an open floor plan with a connected living/family room, dining room, and open style kitchen. The kitchen has a dining at counter, pantry, wooden cabinets with Formica countertops and a double stainless-steel sink. In addition, the main floor has a laundry room with washer and electric dryer hook-up and a large laundry sink.
The home has carpet and Lamont floors throughout the main floor, on demand LPG hot water heater, a central vacuum system and an Impressions Series water conditioner and sulfur removal system.
There is a fully enclosed breezeway that connects the main floor of the residence to the large oversized two-car garage that was built in 2015. The breezeway has an outside entrance, closet and stainless-steel sink. There is a large concrete apron in front of the garage and a detached carport.
The garage has a full concrete floor with piping in floor, half-bath, is wired, finished, and has two 8 ft. x 10 ft. insulated garage doors with openers.
In addition to the main floor, the full basement provides lots of additional quality living space with two separate stairways accessing the main floor. It has 8 ft. ceilings, two bedrooms, a family room, one bath, a canning closet, a storage area, and a full functioning kitchen that Debra used for a summer kitchen and butchering facility.
The house has a high-efficiency LPG forced air furnace, central air conditioning. The house has access to rural water and a deep well. The homestead is set-up to use either the existing deep well or rural water by simply turning a valve to switch water sources. There is a septic tank with lagoon. There is a large yard with mature trees
Just north of the residence, there is a pond with a stationary deck with diving board, the pond is also stocked with fish.
The Schlabach Family operated a full functioning dairy operation on this farm and all those buildings and dairy related support structures will be sold along with Tract One.
The former milk parlor is a 60 ft. x 120 ft. structure with parlor and loafing shed.
There is also a Hostetler built all steel 65 ft. x 120 ft. x 16 ft. eves building, built in 2018, that is being used for hay and machinery storage on the north side and open front loafing shed on the south.
There us a 50 ft. x 80 ft. x 12 ft. eve pole frame structure on Tract One that is being used for machinery storage and a shop space. It has a partial concrete floor, wired with 110 and 220v electric the building also has a 15 ft. lean-to on the south side that is being used for a commodity shed.
In addition to the listed dairy/ livestock improvements there are various other support buildings and facilities including lots of sucker rod corral fencing, automatic waters, line bunks, hay sheds, etc. all on Tract One.
Also, on Tract One are the following grain bins and dairy equipment
A 3-year-old Sukup 10,000-bu. grain bin, sweep auger, 8 in. vertical unloader, perforated floor w/ fan, spreader
A 5,000-bu. grain bin w/ perforated floor, unloading auger
A 2,500-bu. grain bin w/ perforated floor, unloading auger
Double 6 herringbone parlor, 12 automatic tank-offs, vacuum system, bought new 2016, 1000 Gallon Stainless Milk Tank, Used in January 2021
TRACT TWO: Consists of 101.5 surveyed acres with frontage and access off MCR 971 which runs along the north, west and south sides of this tract. The front portion of this tract is open and currently used for crop/hay productions. The east side is used for permanent pasture and is primarily open with some scattered trees and woods. According to the Monroe County FSA approximately 75 acres are open and in pasture or cropland.
TRACT THREE: Consist of 128.4 surveyed acres and according to the Monroe County FSA the is currently 99.87 acres open/tillable with the balance in waterways and wooded drainage areas. This tract is tiled and terraced. Tract Three has frontage and access all along the east side on MCR 971.
NOTE: All of the Schlabach property is in the Holliday School District.
The following personal property will sell immediately after the real estate sells
18 – 10’ H style feed bunks
12 Ton Bulk Bin w/ 6” Auger, Approximately 5 Years Old
Zimmermann 40 head, bunk line head catcher, single trip, for mature cattle
Zimmermann 20 head, bunk line head catcher, single trip, for young cattle
2020-21 CROP OPTION: The 2020/21 wheat crop on tract 2 will be retained by the seller and possession will be given to the new buyer at closing/harvest. Seller will give the new buyer the option of either paying $250/acre x 100 acres ($25000) for all right for the bean crop on tract 3. OR If new buyer chooses not to buy out the sellers, possession on tract 3 will be given at fall harvest.
TERMS and CONDITIONS: 10% Down payment day of sale at the conclusion of the bidding process. The balance is due, and possession given at closing in 45 days or less subject to the 2021 cash rental agreement. The 2021 property taxes will be pro-rated to the date of closing. The cost of title search, deed preparation and title insurance will be split 50/50 between the seller and buyer.
STEVE & DEBRA SCHLABACH
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Wheeler Auction 660-327-5890
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