Land Sale of the Week: $1.7 million in Oklahoma Panhandle


Mike Walsten

Thursday, May 28th, saw 1,280 acres of Oklahoma Panhandle irrigated farmland sold via auction in three individual tracts. "While most of the interest in this farm came from the Boise City and Felt, OK area, we had interest as far away as Amarillo, TX and Cheyenne Wells, CO," commented George Clift, owner of Clift Land Auctions and Clift Land Brokers in Amarillo, Texas, who conducted the auction.

The above-ground irrigation equipment on all three tracts did not transfer with the surface rights. One of the three tracts featured an abandoned irrigation well. The buyer was to receiving piping an equipment to repair the well. That tract was 320 acres in size and had two circles.

The second tract was 640 acres with two wells and four circles. The third tract was was 320 acres with two wells and two circles.

All three tracts were sold to separate buyers for a total of $1.7 million.

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