Sale Bill Tract 1 Aerial Map Tract 1 Soils Map Tract 1 Topography Map Tract 1 Crop History Tract 2 Aerial Map Tract 2 Soils Map Tract 2 Topography Map Tract 2 Crop History FSA Aerial Map FSA 156EZ Beacon Aerial Map- Tract 1 & Tract 2

This land sale has been cancelled.

2024 Starts With a BANG! What a way to begin a new year. The “Ginger” Sitzmann Estate and heirs are offering 162.47 acres in 2 Tracts of some of Southern Plymouth County’s top producing farmland. These highly yielding parcels are situated in an absolutely perfect location. It is in the heart of an area known for its strong livestock production as well as just North of Kingsley, South of Le Mars, East of Hinton, West of Pierson and Northeast of Moville, all of whom have excellent grain marketing facilities. All this plus 3 ethanol plants within easy driving distance and Sioux City’s terminal markets are just minutes away also. Top quality land, lays well, farmed by a good farm family who takes care of the land, plus all the above, make this a superb opportunity to own 1 or 2 nice farms.

The Plymouth County FSA information is combined for the 2 tracts and will be shared or split according to their regulations if the tracts sell individually. Combined figures show 156.03 cropland acres w/ a 106.3-acre corn base w/ a 162-bushel PLC Yield Index and a 47.3-acre soybean base with a 50-bushel PLC Yield Index. The Plymouth County Assessors and NRCS Office shows the main soil types to be: Tract 1: Galva with a small amount of Radford and a little Calco. Tract 1 has a weighted CSR2 average of 86.9. Tract 2: Galva with some Radford, Colo, and small amounts of Ida and Calco. Tract 2 has a weighted CSR2 average of 82.2. These farms are enrolled in the ARC County Program.

Everyone asks when the right time is to buy farmland. What is the right answer, is when the opportunity is presented to you in a fashion to fit it into your investment portfolio. Everyone talks in macro-economic terms about markets and trends and what effect they will have in the big scheme of things. The truth is that whatever fits into your world at the time is what matters. Forever in our farming world, good times and tough times, people have stepped up and bought farmland when it became available and never looked back. In almost every case they have been rewarded and proven right. A chance like this doesn’t come along every day or even every year to own some of the area’s very best. The opportunities are becoming fewer and fewer as consolidation continues to gobble up the available land. Give these farms careful consideration. For your future and your family’s legacy, I hope you will see your “Big Picture” right here in front of you.
From all of us from Brock Auction Company, Good Luck!!