Approx. 237 M/L Unimproved Acres
Section 14, Portland Township, Plymouth County, IA
(Per original government survey)
LAND LOCATION: From Akron: go East 4 miles on Highway C-16, then North 3 miles on Highway K-18 then 1/4 mile West on 120th St.; From Craig: go 8 miles West on Highway C-12 then 1 mile South on Highway K-18 then 1/4 mile West on 120th St.; From Hawarden: go South 7 miles on Highway K-18 then 1/4 mile West on 120th St.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NW1/4 and the W1/2 of the NE1/4 of Section 14, Township 93N, Range 48 West of the 5th P.M., Plymouth County, Iowa, except the acreage. Consisting of approx. 237 acres M/L per the original government survey.
In the offering is a very nice Northwestern Plymouth County farm that is also just 2 miles South of the Sioux County line just off Highway K-18, 1/4 of a mile. This is a rolling farm that has had some excellent conservation practices applied over the years as well as tons of cattle and hog manure placed on it as well to really help build up the soils and maintain high productive yields over the years.
In today’s modern farming operations we all know that with narrowing margins, efficiencies become vitally important. By having the opportunity to add a large number of acres like this only increases your efficiencies by a lot. It is hard to come by 230 plus acres in one chunk at public auction. I would think that for generations to come, your family will reflect back and see how fortunate they were that you had the foresight to secure their future. As so many have done in the past, you now have the rare opportunity to help control your own family legacy. Good luck to you all!