**POSTPONED DUE TO BLIZZARD – NEW DATE/TIME**
• **POSTPONED DUE TO BLIZZARD – NEW DATE/TIME • UPDATED – 5PM (MT) TUESDAY MARCH 23RD • Online/Virtual – Bid By Phone – Absentee Bid • 1,120+/- Acres Offered in 9 Tracts • Irrigated Farmland • Building Sites & Pasture • 230+/- Irrigated Acres (Currently in Sod) • 2 Homes, Shop Buildings, Grain Storage & Feed Yard • Multiple Potential Building Sites • Outdoor Roping Arena (295 ft. x 170 ft.) Fenced and Cross Fenced Pastures • 45+/- Miles to Denver International Airport
THE SHOENEMAN 5M RANCH is a unique opportunity for Buyers to acquire a terrific combination of irrigated land, improvements, pasture and potential building sites in Southeast Weld County near Roggen, Colorado. The ranch will be offered in 9 individual tracts ranging from 38+/- to 400+/- acres, Buyers may place bids on any individual tract or combination of property that best fits their needs; other than a combination that includes Tract 3. The properties are exceptionally located, being easily accessible from I-76 and only 45 miles from the Denver International Airport.
Currently there are 230+/- acres under center pivot irrigation, in sod production; the irrigated land is watered by 3 irrigation wells (see Bidder Information Booklet for detailed well information). The irrigated land is currently leased to a local operator, creating an ROI opportunity for investors. The balance of the property includes the original farmhouse, built in 1915 and comprising 1548 sq. ft., along with shop buildings, feed yard, horse stall barn & multiple turnouts. A mobile home with outdoor roping/riding arena is also included. In addition to the improved property, there are multiple potential building sites offering fabulous views of the front range!
This will be a VIRTUAL AUCTION. Bids will be called from a remote location with a live stream video provided to online and telephone bidders.
1) Bid online at www.schraderauction.com. You must be registered ONE WEEK BEFORE AUCTION.
2) Bid by phone during the auction. Contact the auction company no later than 12PM (NOON) THE DAY BEFORE AUCTION to schedule your call.
3) Bid by submitting an absentee bid on the tract(s) that you are interested in. Absentee bids need to be turned in no later than 12PM (NOON) THE DAY BEFORE AUCTION.
Open House / Inspection Dates
Wednesday, February 17 from 12:00 – 4:00 PM
Monday, March 1 from 12:00 – 4:00 PM
Monday, March 15 from 12:00 – 4:00 PM
Meet a Schrader Representative on Tract 1
**UPDATED** AUCTION STARTS AT 5PM MOUNTAIN TIME ON TUESDAY, MARCH 23RD
Tract 1: 125± ac that includes the 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath farmhouse originally built in 1915, the home is 1,548 sq. ft. of living space with a fully finished basement of 1,040 sq. ft., metal shop building measuring 96 ft. x 42 ft., detached 2-stall garage, equipment storage shed, horse barn with multiple turnouts, six pen feed yard & 40,000 bushels of grain/feed storage (8 – 5,000 bushel bins). The balance of the property is comprised of 2�pastures with easy access.
Tract 2: 38± ac that includes the 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath mobile home with newly installed roof (Spring 2021) and an outdoor roping/riding arena with calf return ally and chute. The balance of the property is fenced pasture!
Tract 3: 266± ac Tract 3: 266+/- acres with 230+/- acres under center pivot irrigation. The irrigated land is currently in sod production and the entire tract is leased by a local operator, making for an excellent opportunity for the return minded investor. 3 irrigation wells serve the center pivot, see Bidder Information Booklet for detailed well information. Tract 3 is subject to a First Right of Refusal held by the Lessee. The high bidder on Tract 3 (other than the Lessee) will be compensated in accordance with the terms of the purchase documents if the high bid is accepted by the Seller but Tract 3 is then acquired by the Lessee pursuant to the First Right of Refusal. Contact the Auction Company for more information.
Tract 4: 38± ac making an excellent potential building site.
Tract 5: 38± ac which is also an excellent potential building site.
Tract 6: 76± ac another excellent potential building site, including good views of the front range looking west.
Tract 7: 69± ac great building site potential and awesome views of the front range.
Tract 8: 400± ac excellent piece of pasture with mostly perimeter fence and a stock tank in the center. Light grazing pressure in recent years, grass is in good shape and could be purchased together with Tracts 4-7 for additional acres if desired.
Tract 9: 70± ac along State Hwy 52, currently in dryland cultivation but could also make an excellent potential building site.