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Nebraska
Keith County
58 Acres
Notice Keith County School Land Lease Sale - 58 acres located in Keith County, NE. Keith County School Land Lease Sale For the Board of Educational Lands & Funds has been moved from the County Treasurer’s Office to: Keith County Fairgrounds – 4-H Building 1100 W. 5th Street Ogallala, NE. Notice is hereby given that an authorized representative of the Board of Educational Lands and Funds of the State of Nebraska will offer for lease at public auction on the day and time set forth below, at the office of the County Treasurer of Keith County in Ogallala, Nebraska, the following educational lands within said County: DATE: December 1, 2020 TIME: 2:00 p.m. Please note: No bids will be accepted on the HLN website. All bids need to be in person as listed in the description. In the event of inclement weather and/or bad roads, the Board’s Field Representative may postpone the sale until December 8, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. If this occurs, the County Treasurer and the Board’s Lincoln Office will both be notified at least 90 minutes prior to the originally scheduled sale time. Tract 47c - All lying between Hwy #30 and South Platte River (57.89 acres + accretions, more or less) Section 18-13-39 Predominant Land Use: Grassland and recreational. This tract is located 4.5 miles west of Ogallala, NE. Improvements to be sold include: 330 rods of fence, 2 stockwells with pipe, rod and cylinder, mill, tower and wildlife vegetative food plots. Total Value: $3,000.00 Personal Property Items: 210 rods of fence, steel bottom tank, 2 sets of steel entry gates, all tree stands, tower blinds and hunting equipment, all wildlife feeders, corrals and corral materials. STIPULATION: Notwithstanding the noxious weed control provisions provided in the body of this Lease, the following stipulation shall apply regarding noxious weeds: The Board will supply the chemicals necessary to treat the noxious weeds on all of the grassland covered by this Lease, and provide detailed instructions for the chemical application. However, if the Board or its representative determines at any time, in their sole and absolute discretion, that the noxious weed problems are due to inaction or neglect on the part of the Lessee, then Lessee will furnish, at Lessee’s sole and exclusive cost and expense, all chemical and the labor and equipment necessary to apply the chemicals and will apply the chemicals timely and in exact accordance with the instructions provided by the Board. Lessee will also effectively control, to the Board’s satisfaction, the noxious weeds on any cropland covered by this Lease at Lessee’s sole and exclusive cost and expense at all times during the term of this Lease. When necessary to apply the recommended chemical, the Lessee will provide a NE Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator ID number or contract with a commercial applicator to apply the chemical at Lessee’s expense. Any item(s) listed above as “personal property” are subject to removal by the previous lessee. All right, title and interest in any items listed as “Trust owned”, shall remain with the School Land Trust. To be eligible to bid on a school land lease, you must be able to contract in accordance with Nebraska Law and have deposited with a representative of the Board, or with the County Treasurer of the County in which the land is located, a bank draft, cashier’s check, certified check or money order made payable to the Board of Educational Lands and Funds equal to the 2021 rental of said tract. Said rental deposit may be submitted at any time until the tract is announced “Sold”. Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, only the designated bidder will be allowed in the auction. Any additional lessee may be added to the Lease by proper Power of Attorney, or by assignment after the auction. If more than one qualified bidder is interested in a lease, it will be sold subject to Board approval, to the party bidding the highest bonus, in addition to the first year’s rent, at the auction. Bonus bids must be paid to the Board of Educational Lands and Funds immediately following the auction. Bonus bids are a one-time payment covering the entire term of the lease. All sales of educational land leases at public auction are non-revocable offers from the bidder, which shall become binding contracts only upon acceptance and approval by the Board of Educational Lands and Funds. Leases will be effective January 1, 2021, or upon acceptance and approval by the Board, whichever occurs later. Leases will be issued only to those who sign the “Lease and Application” in person or through an Attorney-In-Fact who presents a Power of Attorney at the time of the auction. A sample Power of Attorney form is available on the Board’s website. Lease assignments submitted to the Board within 30 days of the auction will be processed without fee. The Board’s standard form lease sets out the terms of the lease of the real estate to which this notice pertains; provided, however, any additional stipulations pertaining specifically to this real estate, which are included in this notice, shall become a part of the complete terms of the lease pertaining to this real estate. The Board’s standard form lease may be inspected at the County Treasurer’s office or on the Board’s website and a copy, which includes any additional stipulations pertaining to this real estate, can be obtained by contacting the Board’s Lincoln office or the Field Representative for this county named above. The successful bidder shall, within thirty days of the date of Board approval, pay the amount of the value of the improvements (and growing crops, if applicable) as stated above, to the County Treasurer of the County wherein the land is situated. If such payment is not made on time and in full, all payments made by the successful bidder to the Board may be declared forfeited and a new lease or sale of the land may be authorized. All improvements affixed to the land which are not listed above are and shall remain owned by the School Trust. No improvements shall be placed on the land by Lessee without the prior written approval of the Board; and any improvements made by Lessee without the prior written approval of the Board shall be permanently owned exclusively by the Board. All monies received by the Board’s agents will be deposited subject to approval of the lease by the Board of Educational Lands and Funds. In the event a lease is not approved, the appropriate refunds will be issued. All County Farm Service Agency information for the Board of Educational Lands and Funds is public information and is obtainable by contacting the local office. Rental is subject to change by the Board semi-annually at any time during the term of the lease. The Lessee making each election to harvest fall-seeded crops will pay the 2021 rent on those acres. In the event of such election, the successful bidder, if other than the previous Lessee, will receive a refund of 2021 rent equal to the amount so paid by the previous Lessee. Your attendance at this auction is at your own risk. The Board of Educational Lands and Funds shall not be liable for any exposure to, or contraction of, any illness or injury. The Board of Educational Lands and Funds reserves the right to restrict attendance at this auction. Masks will be required for all attendees, and will be provided, if necessary. For further information contact: BOARD OF EDUCATIONAL LANDS AND FUNDS KORT KEMP, FIELD REPRESENTATIVE 33765 S. Blackwood Road Wallace, NE 69169 308-387-4279 or CELL: 308-340-7143 SHELLY TROJAN, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 555 North Cotner Blvd. Lincoln, NE 68505 402-471-3144 www.belf.nebraska.gov
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Nebraska
Holt County
640 Acres
Holt County School Land Lease Sale - 640 acres in Holt County, NE. Holt County School Land Lease Sale For the Board of Educational Lands & Funds has been moved from the County Treasurer’s Office to: O’Neill Community Center, 501 S. 4th Street O’Neill, Nebraska Notice is hereby given that an authorized representative of the Board of Educational Lands and Funds of the State of Nebraska will offer for lease at public auction on the day and time set forth below, at the office of the County Treasurer of Holt County in O’Neill, Nebraska, the following educational lands within said County: DATE: December 2, 2020 TIME: 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Please note: No bids will be accepted on the HLN website. All bids need to be in person as listed in the description. In the event of inclement weather and/or bad roads, the Board’s Field Representative may postpone the sale until December 16, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. If this occurs, the County Treasurer and the Board’s Lincoln Office will both be notified at least 90 minutes prior to the originally scheduled sale time. website: belf.nebraska.gov/leaseexp/holt/holtexp.html Tract 18 36-32-09 640 acres, more or less. Predominant Land Use: Grassland with Steele Creek. Hunting and other recreational potential. This tract is located approximately 15 miles north and 17 miles east of O’Neill, NE. Improvements to be sold include: 1,280 rods of fence. Total Value: $8,100.00 Personal Property Items: Steel gates. Any item(s) listed above as “personal property” are subject to removal by the previous lessee. All right, title and interest in any items listed as “Trust owned”, shall remain with the School Land Trust. To be eligible to bid on a school land lease, you must be able to contract in accordance with Nebraska Law and have deposited with a representative of the Board, or with the County Treasurer of the County in which the land is located, a bank draft, cashier’s check, certified check or money order made payable to the Board of Educational Lands and Funds equal to the 2021 rental of said tract. Said rental deposit may be submitted at any time until the tract is announced “Sold”. Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, only the designated bidder will be allowed in the auction. Any additional lessee may be added to the Lease by proper Power of Attorney, or by assignment after the auction. If more than one qualified bidder is interested in a lease, it will be sold subject to Board approval, to the party bidding the highest bonus, in addition to the first year’s rent, at the auction. Bonus bids must be paid to the Board of Educational Lands and Funds immediately following the auction. Bonus bids are a one-time payment covering the entire term of the lease. All sales of educational land leases at public auction are non-revocable offers from the bidder, which shall become binding contracts only upon acceptance and approval by the Board of Educational Lands and Funds. Leases will be effective January 1, 2021, or upon acceptance and approval by the Board, whichever occurs later. Leases will be issued only to those who sign the “Lease and Application” in person or through an Attorney-In-Fact who presents a Power of Attorney at the time of the auction. A sample Power of Attorney form is available on the Board’s website. Lease assignments submitted to the Board within 30 days of the auction will be processed without fee. The Board’s standard form lease sets out the terms of the lease of the real estate to which this notice pertains; provided, however, any additional stipulations pertaining specifically to this real estate, which are included in this notice, shall become a part of the complete terms of the lease pertaining to this real estate. The Board’s standard form lease may be inspected at the County Treasurer’s office or on the Board’s website and a copy, which includes any additional stipulations pertaining to this real estate, can be obtained by contacting the Board’s Lincoln office or the Field Representative for this county named above. The successful bidder shall, within thirty days of the date of Board approval, pay the amount of the value of the improvements (and growing crops, if applicable) as stated above, to the County Treasurer of the County wherein the land is situated. If such payment is not made on time and in full, all payments made by the successful bidder to the Board may be declared forfeited and a new lease or sale of the land may be authorized. All improvements affixed to the land which are not listed above are and shall remain owned by the School Trust. No improvements shall be placed on the land by Lessee without the prior written approval of the Board; and any improvements made by Lessee without the prior written approval of the Board shall be permanently owned exclusively by the Board. All monies received by the Board’s agents will be deposited subject to approval of the lease by the Board of Educational Lands and Funds. In the event a lease is not approved, the appropriate refunds will be issued. All County Farm Service Agency information for the Board of Educational Lands and Funds is public information and is obtainable by contacting the local office. Rental is subject to change by the Board semi-annually at any time during the term of the lease. The Lessee making each election to harvest fall-seeded crops will pay the 2021 rent on those acres. In the event of such election, the successful bidder, if other than the previous Lessee, will receive a refund of 2021 rent equal to the amount so paid by the previous Lessee. Your attendance at this auction is at your own risk. The Board of Educational Lands and Funds shall not be liable for any exposure to, or contraction of, any illness or injury. The Board of Educational Lands and Funds reserves the right to restrict attendance at this auction. Masks will be required for all attendees, and will be provided, if necessary. For further information contact: BOARD OF EDUCATIONAL LANDS AND FUNDS For further information contact: TAD JUDGE, FIELD REPRESENTATIVE 87539 480th Avenue Atkinson, NE 68713 402-925-2764 or CELL: 402-340-6744 Shelly Trojan, Administrative Assistant 555 North Cotner Blvd Lincoln, NE. 680505 402-471-3144 www.belf.nebraska.gov
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Nebraska
Holt County
640 Acres
Holt County School Land Lease Sale - 640 acres in Holt County, NE. Holt County School Land Lease Sale For the Board of Educational Lands & Funds has been moved from the County Treasurer’s Office to: O’Neill Community Center 501 S. 4th Street O’Neill, Nebraska Notice is hereby given that an authorized representative of the Board of Educational Lands and Funds of the State of Nebraska will offer for lease at public auction on the day and time set forth below, at the office of the County Treasurer of Holt County in O’Neill, Nebraska, the following educational lands within said County: DATE: December 2, 2020 TIME: 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Please note: No bids will be accepted on the HLN website. All bids need to be in person as listed in the description. In the event of inclement weather and/or bad roads, the Board’s Field Representative may postpone the sale until December 16, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. If this occurs, the County Treasurer and the Board’s Lincoln Office will both be notified at least 90 minutes prior to the originally scheduled sale time. Tract 88 36-31-13 640 acres, more or less Predominant Land Use: Grassland with Eagle Creek. Hunting and other recreational potential. This tract is located approximately 9 miles northeast of Emmet, NE. Improvements to be sold include: 800 rods of fence. Total Value: $12,650.00 All sales of educational land leases at public auction are non-revocable offers from the bidder, which shall become binding contracts only upon acceptance and approval by the Board of Educational Lands and Funds. Leases will be effective January 1, 2021, or upon acceptance and approval by the Board, whichever occurs later. Leases will be issued only to those who sign the “Lease and Application” in person or through an Attorney-In-Fact who presents a Power of Attorney at the time of the auction. A sample Power of Attorney form is available on the Board’s website. Lease assignments submitted to the Board within 30 days of the auction will be processed without fee. The Board’s standard form lease sets out the terms of the lease of the real estate to which this notice pertains; provided, however, any additional stipulations pertaining specifically to this real estate, which are included in this notice, shall become a part of the complete terms of the lease pertaining to this real estate. The Board’s standard form lease may be inspected at the County Treasurer’s office or on the Board’s website and a copy, which includes any additional stipulations pertaining to this real estate, can be obtained by contacting the Board’s Lincoln office or the Field Representative for this county named above. The successful bidder shall, within thirty days of the date of Board approval, pay the amount of the value of the improvements (and growing crops, if applicable) as stated above, to the County Treasurer of the County wherein the land is situated. If such payment is not made on time and in full, all payments made by the successful bidder to the Board may be declared forfeited and a new lease or sale of the land may be authorized. All improvements affixed to the land which are not listed above are and shall remain owned by the School Trust. No improvements shall be placed on the land by Lessee without the prior written approval of the Board; and any improvements made by Lessee without the prior written approval of the Board shall be permanently owned exclusively by the Board. All monies received by the Board’s agents will be deposited subject to approval of the lease by the Board of Educational Lands and Funds. In the event a lease is not approved, the appropriate refunds will be issued. All County Farm Service Agency information for the Board of Educational Lands and Funds is public information and is obtainable by contacting the local office. Rental is subject to change by the Board semi-annually at any time during the term of the lease. Your attendance at this auction is at your own risk. The Board of Educational Lands and Funds shall not be liable for any exposure to, or contraction of, any illness or injury. The Board of Educational Lands and Funds reserves the right to restrict attendance at this auction. Masks will be required for all attendees, and will be provided, if necessary. These properties are not HLN managed leases. All questions and further information can be found by the following contacts: For further information contact: TAD JUDGE, FIELD REPRESENTATIVE 87539 480th Avenue Atkinson, NE 68713 402-925-2764 or CELL: 402-340-6744 SHELLY TROJAN, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 555 North Cotner Blvd. Lincoln, NE 68505 402-471-3144 www.belf.nebraska.gov
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Nebraska
Dakota County
34.82 Acres
DAKOTA COUNTY SCHOOL LAND LEASE SALE - 34.82 acres in Dakota County. Notice is hereby given that an authorized representative of the Board of Educational Lands and Funds of the State of Nebraska will offer for lease at public auction on the day and time set forth below, at the office of the County Treasurer of Dakota County in Dakota City, Nebraska, the following educational lands within said County: DATE: November 30, 2020 TIME: 11:00 a.m. Please note: No bids will be accepted on the HLN website. All bids need to be in person as listed in the description. In the event of inclement weather and/or bad roads, the Board’s Field Representative may postpone the sale until December 3, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. If this occurs, the County Treasurer and the Board’s Lincoln Office will both be notified at least 90 minutes prior to the originally scheduled sale time. TRACT DESCRIPTION That part of E1/2NW1/4 lying South of Hwy 20 except approximately 5.77 acres lying SW of Crystal Lake 36-29-08E (34.82 acres, more or less) 2021 Rental: $4,874.80 Lease Expiration: December 31, 2025 Predominant Land Use: Recreational land This tract is located 2 miles west of South Sioux City, NE. Trust owned improvements to be sold include: 70 rods of fence and cinder block bathroom. Total Value: $3,400.00 Trust Owned Improvements: Concrete boat ramp, steel oval tank, oval poly tank, all security lights, lights poles and hookups. STIPULATION: The Board may terminate this Lease prior to its scheduled expiration date by 1) giving at least nine (9) months notice of termination to the Lessee, or 2) giving written notice of termination to the Lessee stating that the lease shall terminate on December 31st of the year notice was given. In the event of such early termination, any bonus paid for this Lease will be partially refunded. The unused percentage of the original lease term shall be multiplied by the bonus previously paid to determine the refund amount. Any item(s) listed above as “personal property” are subject to removal by the previous lessee. All right, title and interest in any items listed as “Trust owned”, shall remain with the School Land Trust. To be eligible to bid on a school land lease, you must be able to contract in accordance with Nebraska Law and have deposited with a representative of the Board, or with the County Treasurer of the County in which the land is located, a bank draft, cashier’s check, certified check or money order made payable to the Board of Educational Lands and Funds equal to the 2021 rental of said tract. Said rental deposit may be submitted at any time until the tract is announced “Sold”. Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, only the designated bidder will be allowed in the auction. Any additional lessee may be added to the Lease by proper Power of Attorney, or by assignment after the auction. If more than one qualified bidder is interested in a lease, it will be sold subject to Board approval, to the party bidding the highest bonus, in addition to the first year’s rent, at the auction. Bonus bids must be paid to the Board of Educational Lands and Funds immediately following the auction. Bonus bids are a one-time payment covering the entire term of the lease. All sales of educational land leases at public auction are non-revocable offers from the bidder, which shall become binding contracts only upon acceptance and approval by the Board of Educational Lands and Funds. Leases will be effective January 1, 2021, or upon acceptance and approval by the Board, whichever occurs later. Leases will be issued only to those who sign the “Lease and Application” in person or through an Attorney-In-Fact who presents a Power of Attorney at the time of the auction. A sample Power of Attorney form is available on the Board’s website. Lease assignments submitted to the Board within 30 days of the auction will be processed without fee. The Board’s standard form lease sets out the terms of the lease of the real estate to which this notice pertains; provided, however, any additional stipulations pertaining specifically to this real estate, which are included in this notice, shall become a part of the complete terms of the lease pertaining to this real estate. The Board’s standard form lease may be inspected at the County Treasurer’s office or on the Board’s website and a copy, which includes any additional stipulations pertaining to this real estate, can be obtained by contacting the Board’s Lincoln office or the Field Representative for this county named above. The successful bidder shall, within thirty days of the date of Board approval, pay the amount of the value of the improvements (and growing crops, if applicable) as stated above, to the County Treasurer of the County wherein the land is situated. If such payment is not made on time and in full, all payments made by the successful bidder to the Board may be declared forfeited and a new lease or sale of the land may be authorized. All improvements affixed to the land which are not listed above are and shall remain owned by the School Trust. No improvements shall be placed on the land by Lessee without the prior written approval of the Board; and any improvements made by Lessee without the prior written approval of the Board shall be permanently owned exclusively by the Board. All monies received by the Board’s agents will be deposited subject to approval of the lease by the Board of Educational Lands and Funds. In the event a lease is not approved, the appropriate refunds will be issued. All County Farm Service Agency information for the Board of Educational Lands and Funds is public information and is obtainable by contacting the local office. Rental is subject to change by the Board semi-annually at any time during the term of the lease. Your attendance at this auction is at your own risk. The Board of Educational Lands and Funds shall not be liable for any exposure to, or contraction of, any illness or injury. The Board of Educational Lands and Funds reserves the right to restrict attendance at this auction. Masks will be required for all attendees, and will be provided, if necessary. These properties are not HLN managed leases. All questions and further information can be found by the following contacts: Chris Kozisek, Field Representative 747 N 9th Street David City, NE 68632 402-367-0260 or be cell: 402340-4625 Shelly Trojan, Administrative Assistant 555 North Cotner Blvd Lincoln, NE. 680505 402-471-3144 www.belf.nebraska.gov
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Iowa
Union County
151 Acres
Very special and unique offering of the hunting rights to 151 remote acres in Union County, IA. This is a first time listing - owner is a sustainable land management expert and has about 70 acres devoted to mature pheasant and quail specific CRP. Part of the CRP contract is a required 5 acre food plot. Property is a wildlife mecca, including deer signs in all the right places. 5 acre pond is available for fishing by those on the lease. Much care taken please to avoid vehicle tracks and ruts - especially in the CRP. If hunting vehicle is to be used, please stay on the edges of the CRP. Care taken to avoid leaving trash or debris of any kind. Hunting harvest report requested by Jan. 31st. Access road is level B maintenance and will be muddy after a significant rain. Feel free to ask HLN rep for a slip providing permission to walk the property in advance of a lease commitment. Premium on $2.0 million hunting liability policy included in bid. No commercial operators please.
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Wisconsin
Marinette County
148 Acres
This property is split into 2 parcels. One south of Freele Rd. and the other on the north side of Freele Rd. Approx 75 +/- acres on the north parcel. Heavy woods on the northwest portion of the property has lots of deer sign. The rest of the property consists of hay ground that hasn't been cut, and strips of pine trees. The strips of pine trees have numerous deer tails through and along them and are great stand locations. There is a gate to get onto the property (Northern parcel) that is shut and should remain shut when no one is hunting on the property. Pictures below show entry gate and how it should be opened as per owner. Southern parcel is approx. 73 +/- acres. The southern parcel has a long tree line on the south side of Freele Rd. that would be excellent for a number of stands. The woods on the southeast are not overly thick so these would make for excellent bow stand set up. This property can easily accommodate 4 hunters. Approx. one hour north of Green Bay. This portion of Marinette Co. is buck only. Owner gets income selling the hay off of this property so it is extremely important no arrows be left in these hay fields. Issues will errant arrows getting into hay equipment or causing any equipment damage will most likely result in landowner terminating lease and the leasing agreement with HLN. Plenty of parking space at back of driveway by barns. Please do not block driveway.
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Wisconsin
Columbia County
82 Acres
Nice 82 +/- acres. This property is spread out and is on both sides of Fenske Rd. Deer are traveling from the woods on the western parcel into the fields to the south. Wooded area contains hardwoods and has numerous oaks. Quite a few rubs in the woods. Numerous well traveled tree lines that would be great for stands and open shooting on the east parcels. The parcel on the southwest portion attracts all types of waterfowl. Neighbors property to the west has ponds that are frequently visited by waterfowl. The cranes pictured in the field flew into the ponds when I was there then left the ponds and landed in the field on the south west parcel. This field would be great for decoy set up. Landowner may allow a camper. Columbia County is one of those counties with high demand for good hunting property. Lots of turkey activity on this property during the spring. Columbia Co. is located in the Southern Farmland Zone 2.
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Wisconsin
Calumet County
118 Acres
Diverse property offering all legal game. Lots of deer taken off of this property over the years. Plenty of hillsides for stands and great ground blind areas. Crops consist of corn and beans. As like many Amish farms the edges of the crop ground have clover growing. Deer love clover so setting up along field edges should give plenty of opportunities. Landowner might agree to food plots with prior approval.. Property is accessed by an easement which is on the east side of the driveway. There is a t-post where the easement is. Please make sure to drive east a bit onto the leased property. An ATV with a small plow will help keep access to the easement open if there is substantial snow. There may be additional parking across the road. Please do not drive farther up the driveway than the easement. Please no parking on the driveway. Landowner might allow camping or a small camper with landowner approval in advance. This property is oddly shaped so please do best to pay attention to property lines. Call Joe before bidding 715-891-1228. Thanks
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