130 +/- Acre Working Dairy Farm in Mifflin Co. With 86 +/- Ac. Tillable, Could Be Used For Many Purposes. Being Offered At Public Auction On Sat. Nov. 2, 11 AM. Will Sell To The Highest Bidder Over $ 625,000.
Saratoga Partners, LP
734 Irvin Ridge Road, McVeytown, PA 17051
Wayne Twp., Mifflin Co. Tax Id 21-13-0108
Annual taxes are $ 3,942. In Clean And Green
Auction by Leaman Auctions, Ltd. J. Edward Leaman (610) 662-8149. Terms are: $ 50,000 down, settlement by 12-31-19. Buyer pays the 2 % transfer Tax. Auction zip ID 3721, or email@example.com Showings by appointment.
This farm was appraised by Agrarian Associates in May, 2019 for $ 725,000.
Being sold subject to Twp., and County approval of a home and ten acre lot being sub divided off of this farm. 130 acres is net of this subdivision , and all approvals should be obtained by mid October, 2019.
This farm is along a dead end road with only a few homes that are past this farm. This farm has two homes, one is a two bedroom, one bath mobile home with a frame addition that was added in 1986. The Owner, David Keiser, will have life rights to this home.
The second home is a two story farm house with four bedrooms and one bathroom. This is a modest home with lower ceilings upstairs. This home has an addition with area that was used for butchering, and storage. This home is in need of some repairs.
The milking barn is a 12 stall flat tie stall milking area with pipeline and 800 gallon tank. They are shipping their milk to DFA. This milking area is under the bank barn. Adjacent to this bank barn is a 50 stall free stall barn, built in 1995. Manure is pushed into a 12 X 60 concrete manure tank that has a 335,000 gallon capacity.
There are two 12 X 50 silos, one has a Starline surface drive unloader and one has a Jamesway ring drive unloader. There is an 11 ton feed bin for concentrate.
There is a 40 X 60 metal, open ended, round equipment shed built in 1977, and a 40 X 80 heifer barn built in 2014.
There is a 30 X 40 cement block shop, near the two story home that was built in 2008.
The property was select cut timbered in 2009. Great hunting here.
This farm is a working dairy farm that could continue to be used for dairy, or could be used for a variety of uses. The buildings could be used for heifer raising or beef cattle. Many of the buildings could be used for other purposes. There would be some very nice home sites if an owner wanted to build a new home. This farms location is very private, and the tillable land is rolling but has good quality soils.
This farm has many possibilities and is in a desirable location.
Call John Mattilio, Broker, Farm And Land Realty, Inc. 717-917-4682