TRACT 1: $10,600 PER ACRE - Approximately 160 acres M/L of Farmland - Section 20 of Cherokee Township.
TRACT 2: $10,050 PER ACRE - Approximately 124.54 acres M/L of Farmland - Section 13 of Rock Township.
TRACT 3: $9,150 PER ACRE - Approximately 264 acres M/L of Farmland - Section 1 of Pilot Township.
TRACT 4: $4,150 PER ACRE - Approximately 100 acres M/L of CRP Land - Section 1 of Pilot Township.
TRACT 5: $108,000 - Approximately 8 acres M/L with Building Site - Section 1 of Pilot Township.
TRACT 6: $6,700 PER ACRE - Approximately 53.5 acres M/L of CRP & Recreational Land - Section 26 of Cherokee Township.
TRACT 7: $3,500 PER ACRE - Approximately 105 acres M/L of farm and Recreational Land - Section 24, 25 & 26 of Cherokee Township.
TRACT 8: $3,000 PER ACRE - Approximately 81.65 acres M/L of CRP & Recreational Land - Section 25 & 26 of Cherokee Township.
METHOD OF SALE: The tracts will be offered in their respective order with Tract 1 being first and Tract 8 being last. Each tract will sell separately and will not be combined.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Holy Cow!! Cherokee County has been known for its rich history and wide ranging diversity. The Phipps family has been a prime example of that diversity and for sure a part of the rich history. The family land that they have accumulated over the years and their love for all things related to the land makes this unique offering a neat opportunity for you to participate at whatever level of interest you have.
From some of Cherokee County’s highly productive farmland and CRP to its awesome reputation as being a recreational haven for all seasons. It offers something for everyone and all just minutes from the great community of Cherokee itself. The farmland in tracts 1,2 & 3 range in size from approx. 124 acres M/L to 160 acres M/L and 264 acres M/L. All good producing farms that have been farmed by some of the area’s good farm families and well cared for by them. All the information regarding the farms are on our website at www.BrockAuction.com Tract 4 & 6 consist of CRP ground perfect for upland bird and other game hunting and provides extra income as well. Tract 5 is an 8 acre building site on Linden Street with a 45’ x 90’ metal building and only 2 minutes from town. Tract 7 & 8 as well offer some of Cherokee’s biggest bucks anywhere. This wooded timber river bottom ground is what deer hunters, outdoor enthusiast of all kinds only dream of. The Little Sioux River is famous for offering beauty and serenity that is hard to match and very hard to find.
FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS AND ALLOW THOSE WHO COME AFTER YOU TO LIVE OUT AND FOLLOW THEIR DREAMS TOO!