Jimmie Case Trust Dryland Auction

Logan County, CO 237 +/- Expired CRP Acres



This property is sold

SOLD! Successful Auction! High bid of $412,500 or $1,740 per acre.

Jimmie E. Case Trust is offering
their 237 +/-
acres of Colorado land
for sale at auction.  Located from Fleming, CO 4 mi W, ½ mi S the
Case property is situated in east central Logan County, Colorado, the Case
Trust property includes 237 +/-  acres of
expired CRP Land for Sale which is level to slightly undulating terrain, with
Class II soils, and located in a highly desirable and productive area. The
buyer(s) will have possession upon closing and receive 100% of the owned
mineral rights.
This property being sold has been within the Case family for many years and
once sold, may never again be publicly offered for sale.

EXPIRED CRP – 237 +/- ac Expired CRP; Legal: NE1/4
 & N1/2SE1/4 of 14, T8N, R50W, Logan
County, CO; Location: From Fleming, CO, 4 mi W on Hwy #6 to CR 71, 1/2 mi S on
CR 71 to NE corner of the property; Property is recently expired CRP; Level to
slightly undulating terrain; Soils consist primarily of Class II w/small area
of Class III; 2012 R/E taxes: $379.12.

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  • Logan County, CO
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Quick Facts

  • JIMMIE CASE TRUST DRYLAND Auction w/reserve
  • 237 +/- acres Expired CRP
  • SOLD!
  • Successful Auction! High bid of $412,500 or $1,740 per acre.
  • East Central Logan County, Colorado
  • 4 mi W, ½ mi S of Fleming, Colorado
  • Possession upon closing
  • 100% of owned mineral rights to buyer
  • Primarily Class II soils
  • Level to slightly undulating terrain
  • Currently in grass but can be broken out