Bowdle Complex - Parcel 2
Internet auction will be used to sell the Bowdle Complex-Parcel 2, a Ducks Unlimited premier grassland property. The Bowdle Complex-Parcel 2 is approximately 66.5 +/- taxable acres and is completely comprised of restored native grasses and small temporary and seasonal wetlands. The property has barbed wire fence around the perimeter, but is owned by the abutting owners.
State Highway 47, a county gravel road (128th St.) and a prairie trail provide access to the property (access is across private property).
The tract is located in northwest Edmunds County, South Dakota northwest of the town of Bowdle, SD. This tract of land lies on the Missouri Coteau, an elevated prairie landscape of glacial origin dotted with numerous wetland depressions. Wetland densities in the area have the potential to attract in excess of 100 breeding duck pairs per square mile. Additionally, several large Federal Waterfowl Production Areas and State Game Production Areas dedicated to waterfowl production, upland birds, deer and habitat preservation are located in close proximity.
The tract is best suited for grazing, hay production and recreational opportunities
The property’s wetlands and grasslands are protected by US Fish & Wildlife Service wetland and grassland easements.
Great Plains Regional Office
ATTN: Bruce Reinarts, Manager Conservation Programs, Land Sales
2525 River Road
Bismarck, North Dakota 58503
Phone: (701) 355-3500
Fax: (701) 355-3575
On-line bids will be accepted between October 15, 2012 and November 15, 2012. Bid packages are available on-line (top left of this page) or by contacting the Great Plains Regional Office of Ducks Unlimited. (See contact information). Registered bidders can only place bids on-line.
and Terms: At the end of the bidding period, the person submitting the highest bid will be declared the buyer. A ten percent (10%) down payment is due within 3 business days of being accepted as the winning bidder. The balance of the bid price is due in certified US funds, bank cashier's check or confirmed wire transfer at closing which will take place approximately 30 days after end of the bidding period. Closing costs and title insurance is the buyer's responsibility. Buyer to receive all mineral rights except the rights to carbon sequestration. Property taxes will be prorated to the date of closing and paid by the respective parties at closing.
No seller financing is being offered. The property is offered without buyer contingency of any kind. Have financial arrangements secured prior to registering a bid.
Tours: Ducks Unlimited will provide guided tours of the property at any time. Appointments must be made in advance.
check it out! Located Southwest of Long Lake, SD. (See Detailed Location Map)
Legal Description:Lots 3 and 4 of Section 18 all in Township 124 North, Range 73 West of the 5th P.M., Edmunds County, South Dakota
All parcels/property are or will be permanently protected with US Fish and Wildlife Service Wetland and Grassland Easements. For those parcels under request to be permanently protected by USFWS and not complete, the Buyer will be required to sign an “Affidavit of Prior Knowledge” at the time of signing the Purchase Agreement.
Square footage dimensions and acreage amounts are based
upon information provided by the Seller and are believed to be correct;
however, Purchaser and/or Purchaser's Agent/Broker shall bear the
responsibility to confirm all calculations prior to the auction. Not
available to residents of any state in which this real estate is not
in compliance with the real estate laws or other laws of that state.
The auctioneer/auction company shall not be responsible or liable
in any way if the seller fails to honor any bid, or refuses to or
cannot close title in accordance with the winning bid or any contract
entered in respect thereof. Announcements made at the auction supersede
all printed material. All information contained in this PIP was derived
from sources believed to be correct, but is not guaranteed. Ducks
Unlimited, Inc. is not liable for loss of bids due to power outages
and/or any technology failures.