Redfield, SD Land & Acreage Site Auction
Auction Date: Th. Feb. 10th, 2022 - 11 AM
Auction Location: American Legion - Redfield, SD - 612 N. Main
Online Bidding Opens: Tu. Feb. 8th, 2022
Legal: 7.17A in the SW1/4 of the NE1/4 EX 75'x125' & Less Lot H-1, Sec.3-T116N-R64W; AND that part of the NW1/4 Lying West of US Hwy 281, Less Lot H2 (.42A) & Less Lot H3 (1.67A), Sec.34-T116N-R64W, Spink County, South Dakota
Owners: Thomas Land Partnership, LLC.
Tract 1 Location from Redfield, SD: Take Hwy 281 North out of Redfield for a ½ mile. Property lies on the East side of the road, just South of the Drive-In Theatre.
Tract 2 Location from Redfield, SD: Take Hwy 281 South out of Redfield for 3 miles. Property lies on the West side of the road, just after 385th Ave.
With prime locations just outside of Redfield, SD and convenient access off Hwy 281, these properties are ready to suit your needs! Whether you’re looking to move your business to South Dakota, to develop land with a key location, build an acreage site close to town, or invest in quality cropland, these parcels have the potential you’re looking for. Offering a nearly level topography and easy eye appeal, the overall Soil Productivity Index of these properties weighs in at an overall 71.6% on the cropland, and is mostly comprised of Class II Hand-Ethan-Bonilla Loams with a 79% Soil PI. FSA reports 38.36 Cropland Acres, and 29.8 Total Base Acres including a 15.23 acre soybean base with a 29 bu. PLC Yield, a 8.99 acre corn base with a 130 bu. PLC Yield, and a 5.58 acre wheat base with a 34 bu. PLC Yield. If you’re in the market for quality cropland with the ability to develop, or looking for an acreage site to call home just minutes from the growing community of Redfield, we strongly encourage that these prime parcels be a part of your vision. All buyers, make a point to attend this sale. Diverse land tracts like these with supreme locations are not seen on the open market often, so take Advantage of this opportunity and bid to buy!
Tract 1: Acres: 7.17+/- Taxes: $86.14 Legal:7.17A in the SW1/4 of the NE1/4 EX 75’x125’ & Less Lot H-1, Sec.3-T116N-R64W
- Currently Zoned Ag - Used for Row Crop Production
- Ideal Business Development Opportunity
- Key Location on Outskirts of Redfield, SD
- Convenient Access and Exposure off Hwy 281
- Opportunity for City Utility Access and/or Annexation
Tract 1’s location just North of Redfield makes it a prime potential development site for you to build your business offering convenient access and exposure off of Hwy 281. Currently zoned ag land and utilized as cropland, this tract is across the road from Redfield City Limits, unlocking the potential for City utility access and/or voluntary annexation. This parcel offers a 46.6% overall Soil PI, and is primarily comprised of Class IV Nahon-Aberdeen-Exline. FSA reports 8.59 Cropland Acres, and 6.67 Base Acres including a 3.41 acre soybean base with a 29 bu. PLC Yield, a 2.01 acre corn base with a 130 bu. PLC Yield, and a 1.25 acre wheat base with a 34 bu. PLC Yield.
Tract 2: Acres: 44.18+/- Taxes:$807.40 Legal:That part of the NW1/4 Lying West of US Hwy 281, Less Lot H2 (.42A) & Less Lot H3 (1.67A), Sec.34-T116N-R64W
- Potential Building Site - Easy Access off Hwy 281
- Well Water Access (Unknown Condition) - Mid Dakota Rural Waterline Running Across Property
- 29.77 FSA Cropland Acres - 72% Overall Soil PI
- Mature Trees - Privacy and Protection
- Dugout Water Source
Located just 3 miles South of Redfield, Tract 2 offers the opportunity to build your dream hobby farm and enjoy country living at it’s finest with acres, mature trees, and US Hwy 281 access. This parcel also has water access with a well and a Mid Dakota Rural Waterline that runs across the property near the tree grove. FSA reports 29.77 Cropland Acres, and 23.13 Base Acres including an 11.82 acre soybean base with a 29 bu. PLC yield, a 6.98 acre corn base with a 130 bu. PLC yield, and a 4.33 acre wheat base with a 34 bu. PLC yield. The balance being comprised of a potential acreage site with mature trees for privacy and protection, cattail slough, and a dugout for fall grazing. The cropland Soil Productivity Index of this parcel is 79.2%, and is primarily comprised of Class II Hand-Ethan-Bonilla Loams. Invest in your future and let this tract suit your vision.