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November 1, 2016 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Want your business to be seen? Get your display ad here! AUCTIONS Call 605-665-5884 Or Drop By At 319 Walnut St. Post-Harvest Farm Machinery & Construction Equipment Home & Personal Property AUCTION Saturday, Nov. 12 -- 11 a.m. LOCATED: 1709 Pine St., Tyndall, SD from Coop Elevator 2 blocks east and 1 block north Thursday, December 1st Located: Girard Auction Facilities, Wakonda, South Dakota. Tractors, Trucks, Construction Equipment, Heavy Equipment, Livestock Equipment, Vehicles, Trailers, ATV’s, and more. No Small items please. Consign by Monday November 14th to be included in all advertising. Peterson Auctioneers Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com www.GirardBid.com Yankton County Land AUCTION Thursday, Nov. 10 -- 10 a.m. Auction to be held at the site located from Irene, SD, 10 miles west on Highway 46 or from Highways 46-81 junction, 2 miles east Real Estate consists of 127 taxable acres of Walshtown Township farmland. FSA Shows 82.36 acres cropland ith a 44.63 acre corn base and a 85 bushel yield and a 26.87 bushel soybean base with a 25 bushel yield with the balance being pasture. Here is a well balanced tract with a good location, lots of potential for the livestock producer. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NE1/4 except the N25.7 acres of the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 5-95-55, Yankton County, SD TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cash sale with a 15% non-refundable down payment day of auction with balance due at closing. Title Insurance and closing service fees split 50-50 between buyer and sellers. 2016 Real Estate tax will be paid by sellers. Possession March 1, 2017. Announcements day of auction take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers and Girard Auction and Land Brokers are representing seller. Real Estate tax $1,802.30 James and Sanford Strunk, Owners Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Girard Auction & Land Brokers Real Estate consists of a 2 story, 4 bedroom home with 2 car attached garage. This very clean affordable older home offers 1487 sq. ft. of living space and electric heat situated on a 142x150 corner lot. This property has a nice location in a quiet neighborhood. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 4, 5 & 6, Block 58, Curriers 3rd Add. TERMS & CONDITIONS: $5000.00 non-refundable down payment day of auction with balance due at closing. Title Insurance and closing service fees split 50-50 between buyer and seller. Real Estate tax prorated to closing. Possession upon receipt of ?nal payment. Announcements day of auction take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing seller. Leonard Matuska, Owner Please email your listing with photos to: mike@girardauction.com Peterson Auctioneers Real Estate will sell at 11:00 a.m. at the location at 1709 Pine St., Tyndall, SD from Coop Elevator 2 blocks east and 1 block north followed by a personal property auction to be held at Tyndall City Auditorium. TR10 19 3C Wakonda, SD 605-267-2421 KNOX COUNTY SURPLUS SALE Knox County will sell at Public Auction Wednesday, November 9, 2016 • 1:00 p.m. County Yard at Center, Nebraska Numerous Piles of Used Scrap Iron (Old Bridge Materials) Pile of aluminum road signs Many straight pieces of I-beams (various lengths and sizes) Used Bridge Plank, Posts & Culverts Approx. 400 3” x 12” treated plank, from 8’ to 22’ lengths 2 - wood bridge piling 1 - 18” x 24’ culvert 1 - 24” x 32’ culvert 2 - 42” x 66” oval culverts x 20’ long 500 Steel T-Posts (5 ½’ and 6’ long) Vehicles, Equipment, and Sheriff’s Surplus • 2008 Ford Expedition,White, 4 x 4, 180K + miles, Serial #1FMFU165X8LA71039, • 2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser, Silver, Serial #3A8FY48BX8T123117 • 1999 Dodge Regular Cab Pickup, Green, 2 wheel drive, Auto Trans, 125K miles, Serial #1B7HC16Z3XS218132 • 1990 Chevrolet Regular Cab Pickup, Red, 2 wheel drive Manual Trans., Serial #2GCEC14H3L1218638 • Numerous used car & pickup tires • 8 various spotlights • 4- drawer filing cabinet • Dewalt Radio • Craftsman power washer • Dewalt sawzall • Generac generator • Brinks home security box • Allen wrench set • Montgomery Ward electric die grinder • Step Ladder • 3 leather horse bridles • Torx Bit set • Athena portable gas range • Propane Space Heater • Electric Knife • Small Air Compressor • Pallet of scrap copper wire • Schumacher battery charger • 4 rolls of orange plastic snow fence • Green/White Coleman cooler • Snap ring pliers • 2 Chainsaws • Small wire welder • 15’ Gravel Dump Box - Take off • Numerous hunting & fishing items: fishing poles knives,tackle boxes, fishing lures, hunting blinds, etc. For more information contact Kevin Barta, Hwy. Supt., Center, NE (402) 288-5610 Sale conducted by: Marvin Hochstein Home: (402) 373-2234 Cell: (402) 358-0423 Keith Saathoff Home: (402) 358-5263 Cell: (402) 841-6795 All items must be removed within 30 days, except for iron pile. The county will help load items onto flatbed trailers only, NO horse trailers. Glen Peterson, RE #234 605-369-2638 - Spring?eld, SD Terrns: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID We do no accept debit or credit cards. www.PetersonAuctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier, Tyndall, SD Not Responsible for Accidents Cody Peterson - Avon, SD 79.51 ACRES NORWAY TOWNSHIP TURNER COUNTY LAND AT AUCTION Our family has decided to offer the following land for sale at public auction in the Wieman Auction Facility located from Marion, SD 1-mile south and ½ mile west on Hwy. 44 on: Wednesday November 16TH 10:30 A.M. It is our privilege to offer this powerful, high quality, tract of land located in the tightly held Norway Township. This property offers the best soils found in Turner County and would make a great add-on piece for the farmer or investor. Great eye appeal, and predictable yield potential year after year! No disappointments come take a look. LEGAL: The S ½ of the SW ¼ Section 13, 98-54 Turner County, SD. LOCATION: From Hurley, SD go 4-miles west, 1-mile north on the east side of the road or at the junction of 451st Ave and 282nd St. • 73.86 acres tillable with 4.86 acres in trees in the NW corner balance found in RROW. • Soil production rating of 84.5. Predominant soil Clarno-Bonilla loam (88). • Annual Taxes are $1,818.36. New buyer to receive full possession for the 2017 crop year. • Property is currently enrolled in ARCH County with the FSA office. Ariel and soil maps, FSA info and wetland maps are found in buyers packet. • Property is bordered on the west by 451st Ave and the south side by 282nd Ave, both are gravel township roads. • If you have been searching for a quality tract of land that would command top rental rates or be one of the top performing tracts in your operation come take a look! TO INSPECT THE PROPERTY: We invite you to inspect the property at your convenience. Buyers packets can be mailed out by calling the auctioneers at 800-251-3111 or you may visit www.wiemanauction.com. TERMS: Cash sale with 15% (non-refundable) downpayment with the balance on or before December 16th, 2016. Warranty Deed to be granted with the cost of title insurance split 50-50 between buyer and seller. Seller to pay all of the 2016 taxes. Buyer to receive full possession for the 2017 crop year. Sold subject to owners approval, and easements, and restrictions of record. Come prepared to buy and remember the auction to be held at Wieman Auction Facility. RAYBURN FAMILY ETAL – OWNERS Wieman Land & Auction Co. Inc. Marion, SD 800-251-3111 www.wiemanauction.com Ward Law Office Closing Attorney 605-326-5282 Field Specialists Recognized by Annie’s Project SDSU iGrow BROOKINGS, S.D. - Annie's Project - Education for Farm Women is pleased to announce that SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialists Adele Harty and Robin Salverson are the 2016 winners of the Annie's Project Women In Ag Educator Award as presented in memory of Bob Wells. This is the third year this prestigious award has been presented. In the past this award has gone to one individual, but the amazing work these ladies do year after year, prompted the APEFW Board of Directors to unanimously agree that both should receive the award this year. More about Robin Salverson Robin Salverson, Annie's Project State Co-coordinator for South Dakota, is a SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist. Salverson's passion for women's programming is evidenced both by the growth of APEFW courses and also the impact she has had on program participants. She has been described as the "catalyst fueling the spread of Annie's Project courses in South Dakota." More about Adele Harty Adele Harty, Annie's Photo Courtesy of iGrow. Project State Co-coordinator Robin Salverson, Annie's Project State Co-coordinator for South Dakota, is a SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist. for South Dakota, is a SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist. She lives the life of a woman in agriculture and uses her experience and personality to click with women from many backgrounds in the ag world. Harty makes participants in her programs feel at ease and encourages them to network and seek out resources. Bob Wells Award The Bob Wells award was Photo Courtesy of iGrow. created following his untimely Adele Harty, Annie's Propassing to memorialize Wells' ject State Co-coordinator for unselfish efforts to improve South Dakota, is a SDSU Extenthe lives of others. The award sion Cow/Calf Field Specialist. was established to honor an educator who exhibits Bob's dedication and excellence in educational programming for farm and ranch women, his skill in teaching farm management, and his ability to provide leadership and vision. Annie's Project - Education for Farm Women brings educational programs dedicated to strengthening women's roles in the modern farm enterprise. Currently, classes are offered in 33 states. Annie's Project fosters problem solving, record keeping and decision-making skills in farm and ranch women. For additional information, visit the Annie's Project website. The (Un)Affordable Care Act By Senator Mike Rounds The skyrocketing cost of healthcare has made the Affordable Care Act (ACA) unaffordable for many Americans. The Department of Health and Human Services recently announced that in 2017, premiums will rise an average of 25 percent for those covered on plans under the ACA. South Dakotans have it even worse: those of us covered under the ACA will see insurance rates increase by nearly 37 percent, according to Congress’ Joint Economic Committee. The ACA was intended to provide all Americans with quality, low-cost healthcare but instead it has had the opposite effect. More and more insurers are declin- LAND FOR SALE Yankton County, in Odessa Township We have the following tracts of land for sale by sealed bids: Offered by the Kenneth Bittner, Norma Wittmeier & Alvin Bittner: Tract 1: West Half of the Northeast Quarter (W1/2NE1/4) and the North Half of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (N1/2NE1/4NE1/4) of Section Twenty-nine (29), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Fifty-seven (57), West of the 5th P.M., Yankton County, South Dakota. This land consists of 96.98 acres of cropland Tract 2: Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (NW1/4SW1/4) and South Half of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (S1/2SE1/4NW1/4) in Section Thirty (30), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Fifty-seven (57), West of the 5th P.M., Yankton County, South Dakota. This land consists of 60.03 acres of cropland. Tracts 1 & 2 are located 8 ½ miles south of Menno and the 1 ¼ west on 295th St. to Tract 1 and another 1 ½ west on 295th St. and one-half mile south on 428th Ave. to Tract 2. From Scotland 2 miles south on SD Hwy 25 & 4 miles east on 295th St. and ½ mile south on 428th Ave. to tract 2. Tract 1 is 5 ½ miles east of the SD Hwy 25 & 295th St. intersection. These very attractive tracts of land have very good soil ratings. Please drive by to look at these tracts. Terms: These tracts will be sold for cash with 10% of sale price payable by successful bidder upon acceptance of bid by Sellers. Closing and possession with deed provided is set for on or before December 27, 2016. Title insurance will be split 50/50 between Seller and Buyer. Procedure: Interest bidders should contact the law office below to obtain a bid package with FSA, NRCS, assessor information, soil ratings and for particulars regarding the bidding process. All bids must be received at the attorney’s office at 130 N. 3rd Street in Olivet, by 1:30 P.M. on November 21, 2016. The highest bidders, in a number to be determined by Sellers, will be invited to a private auction with opportunity to raise bid. The property is being sold as is, and bidders are encouraged to inspect the property and verify information concerning the property prior to submitting a bid. Sellers reserve the right to accept or reject any and all bids and to waive any irregularity as to any bid. Also check out this land on the internet at “USDAwebsoilsurvey”. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, contact Glenn L. Roth Law Offices, PO Box 137, Olivet, SD 57052, Ph. # 605-925-7681 or cell # 605-261-4840, email: glennrothlaw@goldenwest.net . To view photos and aerial view go to website: http://rothlawofficelandsales.webs.com/. ing to participate in the exchange, leaving consumers with few options ahead of this fall’s open enrollment period. Despite the growing problems surrounding the ACA, the president continues to maintain that the law has been a success. The hundreds of South Dakotans who call my office telling me that they have to choose between paying outrageous rates or pay a fine to forgo healthcare coverage all together—just so they can afford to pay their mortgage -- would probably disagree. I have repeatedly called for the ACA to be repealed and replaced with a patientcentered, market-based plan that is truly affordable for all Americans. This can be achieved by enacting transparent, step-by-step reforms. I support common-sense initiatives, like expanding Health Savings Accounts and creating pools, such as the Multiple Employers Welfare Trust, in which small businesses can unite to secure better rates. The worst parts of the ACA, such as the employer mandate, individual mandate and the Independent Payment Advisory Board, should not be included in a replacement plan. We can cut costs by reforming medical liability laws as well. Our current system encourages frivolous lawsuits which come at a high cost to doctors, taxpayers and truly injured patients who deserve timely compensation. Lastly, we must hold insurance companies more accountable by increasing transparency, standardizing paperwork and helping those with pre-existing conditions maintain access to care. We’ve long suspected that the ACA would eventually crumble under its own weight, and now that is exactly what is happening. Americans can no longer afford to abide by this costly law. I will continue working with my colleagues in Congress to replace the ACA with a plan that is effective and affordable for all Americans.
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