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Date: Thursday, April 29, 2021
Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: 25252 Pike 437, Middletown, MO 63359 (Gazette)
Directions: From Troy, MO, go north on Hwy 61 to left on Hwy E (through Silex), go right on Hwy O to left on Hwy 161 to 1st right on Hwy K, go right on Hwy M to 1st left on Hwy K and go 2 miles to right on Pike 437, go approx. 1.6 miles to farm on left, #25252 Pike 437 OR from Middletown, go north on Hwy 161 to left on Hwy K, go 3.8 miles to right on Hwy M to 1st left on Hwy K, go 2 miles to right on Pike 437 and go 1.6 miles to farm on the left.



OPEN HOUSE Rogers Homestead Real Estate Auction

Date: Thursday, April 29, 2021
Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: 25252 Pike 437, Middletown, MO 63359 (Gazette)
Directions: From Troy, MO, go north on Hwy 61 to left on Hwy E (through Silex), go right on Hwy O to left on Hwy 161 to 1st right on Hwy K, go right on Hwy M to 1st left on Hwy K and go 2 miles to right on Pike 437, go approx. 1.6 miles to farm on left, #25252 Pike 437 OR from Middletown, go north on Hwy 161 to left on Hwy K, go 3.8 miles to right on Hwy M to 1st left on Hwy K, go 2 miles to right on Pike 437 and go 1.6 miles to farm on the left.


PIKE COUNTY HUNTING & RECREATIONAL FARM
REAL ESTATE TO BE OFFERED AT 1:00 P.M. on Saturday, May 22, 2021

REAL ESTATE: 81 acres m/l in Section 6 TWP 51N R 4W in Pike County, MO.



81 Acres m/l farm
5 room farm house
Old barn and shed
Wildlife abundant
Pond




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CLICK HERE FOR AUCTION FLYER
Improvements include a 5-room, frame farmhouse w/kitchen, dining room, living room, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath and utility room w/washer & dryer hookup. The home has a FA propane furnace w/window unit and vinyl siding. Other improvements include old barn, sheds, storage buildings & portable tool shed w/rural water & fiber optic internet available.
The farm fronts on Pike Co. Rd. 437, approx. 2/3rd woods w/pond, balance overgrown pasture. Prime hunting & recreational farm with easy access from Hwy K, 4-wheeler trails throughout. If you can’t kill a deer on this farm, you should get a ticket!
Here’s a great recreational homestead w/deer & wildlife trails everywhere, large garden area, old homestead for weekend home or hunting camp. Prime undisturbed tract in rural farm setting. If you’re looking for a weekend retreat to hunt, ride 4-wheelers, raise a garden or place to target shoot, here it is! Put your food plots in and let mother nature do the rest.
NOTE: Due to the law on lead based paint & lead based paint hazards on any home built prior to 1978, any inspections for lead base paint by a purchaser must be done 10 days prior to the auction. Buyers will be given an EPA pamphlet & will be required to sign a disclosure acknowledging that you were given the information.
Terms: 10% down day of sale with the balance of cash at closing on or before 30 days after the sale with possession at closing.
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: The Rogers family settled on this farm in 1951 and there’s never been a sale. The home, barns & sheds are full. Please note, this is a very partial list, come see what we find! Sales on the old family homesteads are about over.
 

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SATURDAY MAY 22, 2021BEGINNING AT 9:45 A.M.AUCTIONEERS NOTE:
ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & PRIMITIVESWalnut pierced tin pie safeOak secretaryOak washstand w/splash back, niceJulius Andrae & Sons crank wall telephoneWagner Dutch oven, 1-12”5, blue crock bowlsCrock (Face water pitcher), rare- Oak 4-door (glass) kitchen cabinet- Coppes Napanee kitchen cabinet- Drop-leaf bedside nightstand- Porcelain top kitchen table- Cast iron wash house stove- Treadle sewing machine- #3 dinner bell, Perrin & Gass- Enterprise sausage stuffer & press- Lot retro 50’s glasses - 1950’s utility kitchen table- Stromberg-Carlson rotary phone- Western 2-gal stone jar- Columbia counter scale- Green jadeite salt & pepper set- Wagner deep skillet (Sidney)- Lot wooden rolling pins- Mexico Mo. egg scale- Wicker garden basket- Jelly cabinet- Oak bookshelf - 3-drawer chest- Round oak table- Oak kitchen table- Early wooden trunk- 1940’s retro buffet- Copper kettle- Cast iron kettle- Lot candlewick- Lot milk glass- Kitchen chairs- Oak washstand- Repo pie rack- Lot cast iron skillets- Cornbread pans - Lanterns- Apple peeler- Kitchen utensils- Iron wheels- Rug beaters - Mirrors- Medicine cabinet- Child’s wagon- Salt glaze crock- Buttons- Dresser boxes- Repo curved glass china cabinet, needs glass- Lot crock bowls: 1-blue band, some cereal- Atlas Powder Co. wooden explosive box- Jewell Tea: cookie jar, pitcher, etc.- Sukura brand wooden rod & reel box- Singer sewing machine, portable- Lot cookie jars: Stagecoach, etc.- Mail crate, St. Louis Mo postal- Toby Royal Doulton ‘Sairey Gamp’- Lot pressed & pattern glass: bowls, butter dish, candy, etc.- Anchor: water pitcher, bowl set, floral- Metal lawn chair- Wooden dough bowls- Oil lamps- Curling irons- 2-globe oil lamp- Hens on nest- Shadow box- Kerosene heater-
Partial list OWNER: ROGERS HOMESTEADPIKE COUNTY HUNTING & RECREATIONAL FARM

REAL ESTATE TO BE OFFERED AT 1:00 P.M.TRACTORS & FARM EQUIPMENT SELL AFTER REAL ESTATEREAL ESTATE:
.- John Deere 70 w/tri-front end, good straight tractor- John Deere model A parts tractor- 4 Gang pull-type tandem disk- Pull-type Brillion brush hog, AS IS- John Deere 3-bottom, pull-type plow- Moline John Deere sickle mower- Pull-type 2-bottom plow on steel- 500gal fuel oil tank & standJohn Deere 70 gas tractor, power steering, tri-front end, 13.6-38 tires (good rubber), 3pt w/PTO, sharpJohn Deere 60 gas tractor, narrow front, draw bar hitch w/hydraulics & PTO, SN 6024788, sells w/John Deere #45 loaderBLACKSMITH & COLLECTOR TOOLS – FARM PRIMITIVESBlacksmith coneLarge lot blacksmith toolsPlum Champion axe- Blacksmith blower- 2, Keen Kutter hatchets- Clover leaf barn trolly- Lot grindstone wheels- Wooden pulleys & blocks- Keen Kutter reel mower- Lot draw knives, large & small - Wooden trim planes- 12 assorted planes: Stanley, Union, etc. - Wooden wheelbarrow - Set Irwin wood auger bits - Lot bushel baskets- John Deere corn sheller, floor model - 50lb horse weight- Corn dryer - House jack - Cross cut saws - Iron wheels- Horse collar- Lot hand saws- Pickets- ILL Fuel oil can- Wooden boxesLAWN EQUIPMENT & SNOW BLOWERTroy-Bilt 28” walk-behind snow blower, 277CC, like new- Troy-Bilt pony rear-tine tiller- Cub Cadet 125 hydro riding lawn mower- Rear-tine tiller, fits above mower- Parts lawn mowers: Wheel Horse, Snapper, Craftsman, etc.- Murry 10-hp riding lawn mower w/30” cut- Shovels, rakes, forks, post hole digger, etc.1963 CHEVROLET CAR BODYBOAT, MOTOR & TRAILER- V bottom jon boat- Boat trailer- Mercury outboard- Wooden boat oars- Trolling motorGUN SAFE – MISC. AMMOElite stack-on gun safe, 26” deep, 43” wide, 60” tall, nice safe, like new- 3 post vise - Block planes- Breast drills- Post drills - Buck saws - Lot misc. ammo- Gun cabinet, 1-door, glass front- Rods & reels- Ammo boxesTOOLS, FARM SUPPLIES & MISC.- Craftsman 10” radial arm saw- Cherry picker- Chop saw- Coffin hoist- Metal lathe- Bench vise- Jack stands - Wood lathe- Lot socket sets- Lot power tools- Lot hammers- Metal shop table- Toolboxes- Gear pullers- Partial listCLOCK COLLECTION- Smith shelf clock- Gilbert shelf clock- Gilbert shelf clock, Capitol #45- Ingraham (Chicago) shelf clock- Waltham shelf clock- Seth Thomas weighted day clock, ornate mirrored front- Ansonia Onyx shelf clockPA SYSTEMNational NC-155 amplifier- Zachary T President CB base- Hammarlund speaker- 1950’s micropho
 

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A little love and that could be a nice place. Nice layout from aerial.
With a little thought on layout of food plots and access trails would hunt nice all season. Owners have killed some good bucks with little effort.
 

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How bad is the hog farm across the road? I'm familiar with the area. Uncle has a place right up the road, and family had one even closer for a long time.

It usually depends on the wind has been my experience but that's a good size high farm
 

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How bad is the hog farm across the road? I'm familiar with the area. Uncle has a place right up the road, and family had one even closer for a long time.

It usually depends on the wind has been my experience but that's a good size high farm
Vary seldom do they get a NE wind. You can hear there auto feed system kick on about 6am causing some excitement if your sitting in a stand waiting for daylight.
 

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What’s a realistic selling price in this market?
Im thinking $4300pa because ground would be difficult to get a combine into and most farmers would not want to mess with that irregular shaped field.
 

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What did this bring?
 
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I asked Dusty Thornhill what he thought the property would bring and he said he thought over $400K.
They sold a 25.51 acre property in Hawk Point with a really nice house, barn, and big shed for $528K a couple of weeks ago.
There's a sign on the south side of the 70/Hwy 19 overpass advertising 67 acres for auction, minimum bid is $480K.
People have lost their minds!
 

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A few years ago A friend bought some land down by Truman and he told the neighbor if he ever wanted to sell let him know.
Found out this last week the neighbors 30 acres of mainly timber sold for $100,000 said the new guy was going to put cattle on it....
how many years will running cattle on 30 acres of mainly timber pay for itself?

I'm not sure about cattle but i know the last couple years the government handed out over $50 billion to crop growers plus the Crop insurance program in which you did not need to buy into until you actually had crop damage.
To bad we cannot do that with vehicle/home and health insurance...
 

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A few years ago A friend bought some land down by Truman and he told the neighbor if he ever wanted to sell let him know.
Found out this last week the neighbors 30 acres of mainly timber sold for $100,000 said the new guy was going to put cattle on it....
how many years will running cattle on 30 acres of mainly timber pay for itself?

I'm not sure about cattle but i know the last couple years the government handed out over $50 billion to crop growers plus the Crop insurance program in which you did not need to buy into until you actually had crop damage.
To bad we cannot do that with vehicle/home and health insurance...
My guess is the new owner will log off the majority if not all of the timber to recoup some funds and start growing grass to use for hay ground or pasture. I doubt the newly purchased 30 acres is the only ground the new owner has access to or owns... With the Biden admin running up taxes... might as well over pay on a piece of property compared to purchasing farm equipment...
 

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A few years ago A friend bought some land down by Truman and he told the neighbor if he ever wanted to sell let him know.
Found out this last week the neighbors 30 acres of mainly timber sold for $100,000 said the new guy was going to put cattle on it....
how many years will running cattle on 30 acres of mainly timber pay for itself?

I'm not sure about cattle but i know the last couple years the government handed out over $50 billion to crop growers plus the Crop insurance program in which you did not need to buy into until you actually had crop damage.
To bad we cannot do that with vehicle/home and health insurance...
WRONG on the crop insurance. Sign up by March 15th or you have none for the year. I pay premium every year.
30 acres for $100,000 is actually very cheap right now. Surprised a hunter didn't buy it for $150,000.
It could be 30 acres of awesome pure rich soiled grass land and it would be 30-50 years vefore you would get your money back.


Land prices have ZERO to do with farming practices or income right now. It all has to do with the east and west coast realizing how
cheap stuff was in the midwest. I know an old couple from California. They lived in a very small house on a very small city lot(75' by 150').
It brought 4.5 million about 15 years ago. Back when I was making $18,000 as a school teacher I knew a janitor who was making $80,000
in a suburb 45 miles out of Chicago. At the same time I was making $18,000 here I ended up on a competition coonhunt in Michigan
with a Michigan school superintendant. he found out I was a math teacher and offered me a job for $60,000. Turned it down... wealth is relative.
I have an aunt in Illinois back about 1996 she was offered $7000 an acre for her 1000 acres she was holding out for $8,000. I thought she was crazy, why not sell it come here and buy a
monstrous amount of $300 ground. In 2006 she was offered $67,000 an acre and was holding out for $75,000 an acre.

The internet and all of this political turmoil has people pulling out all the stops. Big money from big cities all over the country is buying all it can here in the "safe"
midwest. A couple from Florida just bought 80 acres about 2 miles south of me. They paid a big price for it. Sold their retirement dream in FL to come to MO
because they think civil war and unrest is gonna make FL unsafe.

Realtors I have talked to say there are monstrous amounts of "old money" cash that older people have from the rest of the USA. They are coming here to buy this "cheap"
$5000 an acre ground. It's a LOT higher everywhere else.
 

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My guess is the new owner will log off the majority if not all of the timber to recoup some funds and start growing grass to use for hay ground or pasture. I doubt the newly purchased 30 acres is the only ground the new owner has access to or owns... With the Biden admin running up taxes... might as well over pay on a piece of property compared to purchasing farm equipment...
Ground is not a tax deduction. Interest is but not the ground. Ground gets paid for with after tax dollars. Equipment is 100% deductible.
 

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WRONG on the crop insurance. Sign up by March 15th or you have none for the year. I pay premium every year.
30 acres for $100,000 is actually very cheap right now. Surprised a hunter didn't buy it for $150,000.
It could be 30 acres of awesome pure rich soiled grass land and it would be 30-50 years vefore you would get your money back.


Land prices have ZERO to do with farming practices or income right now. It all has to do with the east and west coast realizing how
I was listening to 550 KFRM last November and they were giving a deadline with in November to sign up for crop insurance for losses on corn and milo crops from weather damages in October, they said what the government was paying out depending on your history of crop production.

I was listening to them yesterday on what to do if you just bought a young breeding bull to get him ready for breeding... :eek:


on the 30 acres, friend wanted to buy it to go with his 30 for wildlife as the 30 was all trees. He talked to the guy who bought it and said he bought it to put cattle on,

the Kansas Farm magazine had a big article on a mid-eastern guy who lives in NY who has bought lots of land in western Kansas and pretty much runs it as a business. He has branched out into Oklahoma and western Texas. The article talks about how he runs the business from him being the CEO on down the line. I forget which town but they know a head of time when he is flying his personel jet in.
His dad gave him some oil money and told him to invest wisely, dad could not believe he was investing in land out in now where Kansas.
 
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