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520± Acres • Farmland Long Lake Township, Watonwan County JEAN VOSS DAWES ESTATE FARM Farm located one mile west & five miles northeast of Ormsby, MN

PARCEL # 4 PARCEL # 5OF COMBINATION IS ALL #LAND PACELS 2&#3

IN SECTION 13 PARCEL #5 COMBINATION OF PARCELS # 1# & 6# 4 PARCEL

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1160 Victory Drive, Suite 6, Mankato, MN 56001 This property to be sold by ‘Sealed Bid Auction’ Date & Time: October 4th, 2011 @ 10:00 A.M. Location: Butterfield Fire Hall, 310 Hubbard Avenue, Butterfield, MN 56120 Note: See ‘Sealed Bid Information’ page in the back of this brochure for more details. Only registered bidders may attend.

Contact: Charles Wingert, ALC Office: 507-345-LAND (5263) Contact: Darrell Hylen Toll Free: 800-730-LAND (5263)

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Mankato

Ormsby 9/2/11


WATONWAN COUNTY MINNESOTA

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St. James

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Box 449

Watford City, ND 58854


LONG LAKE TOWNSHIP WATONWAN COUNTY MINNESOTA ECHOLS ORMSBY

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Watford City, ND

PARCEL # 45 COMBINATION OF IS ALL LAND IN PACELS # 2 13 &3 SECTION PARCEL # 56 COMBINATION OF IS COMBINATION # 1# & # 4# 5 OF 1& ORMSBY


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Box 449

Watford City, ND


PARCEL # 1 Property Information Description:

NE¼, Section 31, 160± Acres, T105N-R32W (Long Lake Township, Watonwan County, Minnesota)

Buildings:

None

Real Estate Taxes:

2011 Ag Non-Homestead Tax Special Assessments Total Estimated 2011 Tax

Combined CFSA Information: Total acres Tillable acres Corn base Corn direct yield Corn counter cyclical Soybean base Soybean yield Soybean counter cyclical

= = = = = = = =

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160.0 155.93 77.4 110.0 137.0 7.6 34.0 40.0

$ 5,542.00± $ 0.00 $ 5,542.00±

acres ± acres ± acres ± bushels bushels acres ± bushels bushels

Soil Description:

Canisteo clay loam, Clarion loam, Crippin loam, Delft loam, Clarion-Storden loams, Storden-Clarion loams, Webster clay loam, Nicollet clay loam, Okoboji silty clay loam See soil description pages.

C.P.I.

Crop Productivity Index = 91

Drainage:

Judicial Ditch #9. Random branches and laterals. See County Tile Map & Private Tile Map

NRCS Classification on tillable acres: NHEL – Non-Highly erodible lands. PC/NW – Prior Converted / No-wetlands

WINGERT REALTY & LAND SERVICES, INC. stipulates that they are representing the seller exclusively in this transaction. The information gathered for this brochure in it's entirety is from sources deemed reliable, but cannot be guaranteed by the Jean Voss Dawes Estate, Wingert Realty & Land Services, Inc., or its staff. Package is subject to prior sale, price change, correction or withdrawal. The buyer must make their own independent investigation of the property. The buyer is purchasing the property "as is".


COUNTY TILE MAP PARCEL # 1

Judicial Ditch # 9 Main # 1 – 22” Tile Main # 2 – 28” Tile Branch A – 15” Tile Branch B – 6” Tile


PRIVATE TILE MAP PARCEL # 1

This tile map is an approximation. No guarantee is made of tile condition, location, size, grade or depth.


SOIL MAP – PARCEL # 1

SOIL # SOIL NAME 86 102B

CPI¹ Acres²

Corn Bu³

Sybn Bu³

Canisteo clay loam

93

0.3

184

51

Clarion loam, 1 to 4 percent slopes

95

30.6

188

52

100

2.1

198

55

118

Crippin loam

336

Delft loam

94

12.7

186

52

921C2

Clarion-Storden loams, 6 to 12 percent slopes, eroded

87

18.3

172

48

960D2

Storden-Clarion loams, 12 to 18 percent slopes, eroded

66

17.3

131

36

L83A

Webster clay loam, 0 to 2 percent slopes

93

29.6

184

51

L85A

Nicollet clay loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes

99

36.9

196

54

Okoboji silty clay loam, depressional, 0 to 1 percent slopes

86

9.7

170

47

L163A

91.0 Average Crop Productivity Index. ²Acres are approximate ³These are the estimated average yields per acre that can be expected of selected non-irrigated crops under a high level of management. In any given year, yields may be higher or lower than those indicated because of variations in rainfall and other climatic factors.


AERIAL PHOTO – PARCELS # 2 & # 3

2 77.11 NHEL

PARCEL # 45 COMBINATION OF IS ALL LAND IN PACELS # 2 13 &3 SECTION PARCEL # 56 COMBINATION OF IS COMBINATION # 1 (Section OF # 1 31) &Copyrighted #&5# 4Maps Courtesy of · MIDLAND ATLAS CO., LLC

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Box 449

Watford City, ND


PARCEL # 2, 3 & 4 Property Information Description:

PARCEL # 2: N½ of NW¼, & west of centerline of waterway in NW½ NE¼, Section 13, T105N-R32W, 86± acres PARCEL # 3: NE¼ east of centerline of waterway in NW½ NE¼ & N½ of SE¼, SW¼ of SE¼, Section 13, T105N-R32W, 274± acres PARCEL # 4: Comination of Parcel # 2 & # 3, 360± acres (All in Long Lake Township, Watonwan County, Minnesota) Note: See Bidding Sheet and Bidding Instruction for a list of all parcels & combinations

Buildings:

None

Real Estate Taxes:

2011 Ag Non-Homestead Tax Special Assessments Total Estimated 2011 Tax

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$ 7,782.00± $ 0.00 $ 7,782.00±

Combined CFSA Information: Total acres = 360.0 acres ± Tillable acres = 309.3 acres ± Corn base = 190.1 acres ± Corn direct yield = 122.0 / 126 bushels Corn counter cyclical = 122.0 / 150 bushels Soybean base = 116.6 acres ± Soybean yield = 35.0 / 36 bushels Soybean counter cyclical = 35.0 / 43 bushels Note: Direct & counter cyclical yields included for E½ NE¼ from different farm number. Soil Description:

Crippin loam, Nicollet clay loam, Clarion loam, Canisteo clay loam, Webster clay loam, Clarion-Storden loams, Glencoe clay loam, depressional, Coland clay loam, ClarionEstherville complex, Storden-Clarion loams, Dickinson fine sandy loam, Linder sandy loam, Estherville sandy loam, See soil description pages.

C.P.I.

Crop Productivity Index = 88.6

Drainage:

Random laterals – More details to follow See Tile Map

NRCS Classification on tillable acres: NHEL – Non-Highly erodible lands. PC/NW – Prior Converted / No-wetlands WINGERT REALTY & LAND SERVICES, INC. stipulates that they are representing the seller exclusively in this transaction. The information gathered for this brochure in it's entirety is from sources deemed reliable, but cannot be guaranteed by the Jean Voss Dawes Estate, Wingert Realty & Land Services, Inc., or its staff. Package is subject to prior sale, price change, correction or withdrawal. The buyer must make their own independent investigation of the property. The buyer is purchasing the property "as is".


PRIVATE TILE MAP PARCEL # 2 & # 3

This tile map is an approximation. No guarantee is made of tile condition, location, size, grade or depth.


SOIL MAP – PARCELS 2 & 3

SOIL # SOIL NAME 118

Crippin loam

Corn Bu³

Sybn Bu³

CPI¹

Acres²

100

17.9

198

55

L85A

Nicollet clay loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes

99

58.3

196

54

102B

Clarion loam, 1 to 4 percent slopes

95

21.1

188

52

Canisteo clay loam

93

91

184

51

Webster clay loam, 0 to 2 percent slopes

93

41.8

184

51

Clarion-Storden loams, 3 to 6 percent slopes, eroded

91

22.5

180

50

Glencoe clay loam, depressional, 0 to 1 percent slopes

86

5.2

170

47

Coland clay loam, occasionally flooded

83

33.4

164

46

920B2

Clarion-Estherville complex, 2 to 6 percent slopes, eroded

76

12.1

150

42

960D2

Storden-Clarion loams, 12 to 18 percent slopes, eroded

66

10.2

131

36

27B

Dickinson fine sandy loam, 2 to 6 percent slopes

60

12.1

119

33

247

Linder sandy loam

60

3.7

119

33

41B

Estherville sandy loam, 1 to 6 percent slopes

44

12.1

87

24

86 L83A 921B2 L84A 1833

88.6 Average Crop Productivity Index. ²Acres are approximate ³These are the estimated average yields per acre that can be expected of selected non-irrigated crops under a high level of management. In any given year, yields may be higher or lower than those indicated because of variations in rainfall and other climatic factors.


CRIPPIN SERIES – SOILS 118 The Crippin series consists of calcareous, very deep, somewhat poorly drained, moderately permeable soils formed in glacial till on uplands. Slope ranges from 0 to 3 percent. Mean annual temperature is about 47 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is about 29 inches. TYPICAL PEDON: Crippin loam on a low convex ridge of 2 percent slope in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Crippin soils primarily are on ground moraines with low relief. Slopes are slightly convex or plane and have gradients of 0 to 3 percent. Crippin soils formed in friable, calcareous, loam or clay loam till. Mean annual temperature is 45 to 50 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is 26 to 32 inches. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Clarion, Canisteo, Harps, Nicollet, Okoboji, and Webster soils. Clarion soils are on slopes with gradients over 3 percent and are better drained. Canisteo and Webster soils are on broad, poorly drained level areas. Harps soils are slightly lower in elevation and surround soils in the very poorly drained depressions. They are higher in calcium carbonate content. Nicollet soils are on the same slopes, often adjacent to Crippin soils, but generally somewhat higher in elevation. Okoboji soils are in very poorly drained depressions. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Somewhat poorly drained. Runoff is slow. Permeability is moderate.

NICOLLET SERIES – SOIL L85A The Nicollet series consists of very deep, moderately well and somewhat poorly drained soils that formed in calcareous loamy glacial till on till plains and glacial moraines. These soils have moderate permeability. Their slopes range from 0 to 5 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 28 inches. Mean annual temperature is about 48 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Nicollet clay loam on a 2 percent plane slope in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Nicollet soils have slightly convex or plane slopes. They are on till plains, ground moraines, and terminal moraines. Their slopes range from 0 to 5 percent. They formed in friable, calcareous loam and clay loam glacial till. The climate is humid continental with warm summers and cold winters. Mean annual temperature ranges from 45 to 55 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 26 to 32 inches. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Canisteo, Clarion, Glencoe, Okoboji, Storden, Swanlake, and Webster soils which are members of a hydrosequence with Nicollet soils. The well drained Clarion, Storden and Swanlake soils are generally on the more convex slopes and higher in the landscape. Poorly drained Canisteo and Webster soils are on broad nearly level areas. Very poorly drained Glencoe and Okoboji soils are in depressions and swales. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Moderately well and somewhat poorly drained. Permeability is moderate. Runoff is slow.


CLARION SERIES – SOIL #102B & COMPLEX # 920B2 & # 960D2 The Clarion series consists of very deep, well drained, moderately permeable soils formed in glacial till on uplands. Slopes range from 1 to 9 percent. Mean annual air temperature is about 47 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is about 29 inches. TYPICAL PEDON: Clarion loam on a convex upland slope of 4 percent gradient - in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Clarion soils typically are on convex slopes in the relatively undissected, gently undulating to rolling till plain. The topography is hilly in some places. Slopes commonly are short and irregular with gradients typically from 2 to 5 percent but range from 1 to 9 percent. The soils formed in calcareous glacial till. Mean annual air temperature is 45 to 50 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is 27 to 32 inches. Annual frost free days range from 120 to 180 days. Elevation above sea level ranges from 700 to 1400 feet. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Nicollet, Omsrud, Storden, and Webster series. Nicollet and Webster soils, which form a drainage sequence with Clarion soils, are the most common associates in undulating to gently rolling landscapes. Omsrud and Storden soils are often associated in rolling or hilly landscapes and are on the steeper or more strongly convex slopes. Storden soils do not have a cambic horizon free of carbonates and Omsrud soils do not have saturation in the lower part of the profile. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Well drained. Surface runoff is medium. Permeability is moderate. The seasonal high water table is at depths of 4 to 6 feet during November to July in most years.

DELFT SERIES – SOIL # 336 The Delft series consists of very deep, poorly drained soils that formed in loamy alluvium from glacial drift and underlying loamy glacial till on till plains and moraines. These soils have moderate permeability. Their slopes range from 1 to 3 percent. Mean annual temperature is about 48 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is about 26 inches. TYPICAL PEDON: Delft clay loam on a concave south-facing slope of 2 percent on a ground moraine in a cultivated field at an elevation of 1,510 feet. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Delft soils are on lower foot slopes and toe slopes below head and side slopes of glacial moraines and till plains. Slopes are plane or concave with 1 to 3 percent gradients. These soils formed in loamy alluvium derived from glacial drift. Mean annual temperature ranges from 46 to 50 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 24 to 27 inches. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Clarion, Glencoe, Nicollet, Swanlake, and Webster series which are members of a drainage sequence with the Delft series. Clarion and Swanlake soils are well drained and are on steeper slopes. Nicollet soils are somewhat poorly and moderately well drained and are higher lying. Glencoe soils are very poorly drained and are in depressions. Webster soils are poorly drained and have mollic epipedons less than 24 inches thick. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Poorly drained. Runoff is slow. Permeability is moderate.


CANISTEO SERIES – SOIL # 86 The Canisteo series consists of very deep, poorly and very poorly drained soils that formed in calcareous loamy glacial till or in a mantle of loamy or silty sediments and underlying calcareous loamy glacial till. These soils are on glacial moraines. They have moderate permeability. Slopes range from 0 to 2 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 28 inches. Mean air annual temperature is about 48 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Canisteo clay loam with a nearly level slightly convex slope on a ground moraine in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: The Canisteo soils have concave to slightly convex slopes with gradient of 0 to 2 percent in shallow swales, flats and on rims of depressions. They formed in loamy glacial till or in a thin, silty mantle and loamy glacial till. Mean annual air temperature ranges from 45 to 52 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 26 to 33 inches. Annual frost free days range from 120 to 180. Elevation above sea level ranges from 700 to 1400 feet. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Clarion, Glencoe, Harps, Nicollet, Okoboji and Webster soils. These soils are members of a hydrosequence with Canisteo soils. Well drained Clarion soils have convex slopes and are on higher lying and more sloping terrain. Very poorly drained Glencoe and Okoboji soils are in depressions. Poorly drained Harps soils have a calcic horizon. Somewhat poorly drained Nicollet soils have slightly concave to slightly convex slopes and are on higher lying terrain. Poorly drained Webster soils are on adjacent nearly level slopes. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Poorly drained and very poorly drained; runoff is slow or ponded; permeability is moderate. The seasonal high water table on the poorly drained phase is at depths of .5 to 1.5 feet from November to July in most years. The very poorly drained phase is at depths of +1 to .5 feet from November to July in most years.

WEBSTER SERIES – SOIL L83A The Webster series consists of very deep, poorly drained, moderately permeable soils formed in glacial till or local alluvium derived from till on uplands. Slope ranges from 0 to 3 percent. Mean annual air temperature is about 48 degrees F, and mean annual precipitation is about 30 inches. TYPICAL PEDON: Webster silty clay loam on a concave slope of about 1 percent gradient in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Webster soils are on relatively undissected till plains. Slopes are nearly plane to slightly concave and range in gradient from 0 to 3 percent. Webster soils formed in loamy glacial till of mixed mineralogy and from local alluvium from such till. Mean annual air temperature is about 45 to 49 degrees F, and mean annual precipitation is about 28 to 32 inches. Frost free days range from 120 to 180. Elevation above sea level ranges from 700 to 1400 feet. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the competing Canisteo soils and the Clarion, Glencoe, Harps, Nicollet, Okoboji, and Wacousta soils. Canisteo soils are on similar landscape positions. Clarion and Nicollet soils are the most common associates and form a drainage sequence with Webster soils. Clarion and Nicollet soils lack gleyed B horizons and are on slightly higher elevations. Glencoe soils have mollic epipedons over 24 inches thick. Harps soils are highly calcareous and are on rims of depressions. Okoboji soils have thicker A horizons and typically contain less sand in the sola. Wacousta soils have thinner A horizons and clear or abrupt boundary to the B horizon. Okoboji, Glencoe and Wacousta soils are in depressions. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Webster soils are poorly drained, and most areas are artificially drained with tile and open ditches. Runoff is slow. Permeability is moderate. The seasonal high water table is a depths of 0 to 1 foot from November to July in most years where undrained.


STORDEN SERIES – COMPLEX # 921B2 & # 921C2 & # 960D2 The Storden series consists of very deep, well drained soils that formed in calcareous loamy glacial till on glacial moraines. These soils have moderate permeability. Slopes range from 4 to 70 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 26 inches. Mean annual air temperature is about 48 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Storden loam with an 8 percent convex slope on a ground moraine in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: These soils have convex slopes with gradients of 4 to 70 percent. They are on glacial moraines. Mean annual air temperature ranges from 45 to 50 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 25 to 32 inches. Frost free days ranges from 124 to 165. Elevation ranges from 700 to 1600 feet. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Swanlake, Clarion, Omsrud, Nicollet, Delft and Webster soils. The well drained Swanlake soils have a mollic epipedon. The well drained Clarion and Omsrud soils have a mollic epipedon and are not calcareous in the upper part. Delft and Webster soils are poorly drained and on footslopes and swales. Nicollet soils are on lower summits or sideslope positions and are somewhat poorly drained. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Well drained. Surface runoff is moderately slow to very high. Permeability is moderate.

GLENCOE SERIES – SOIL # L84A The Glencoe series consists of very deep, very poorly drained soils that formed in loamy sediments from glacial till on glacial moraines. These soils have moderate or moderately slow permeability. Slopes are 0 to 1 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 28 inches. Mean annual temperature is about 48 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Glencoe clay loam with a concave slope of less than 1 percent in a depression on a ground moraine in cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Glencoe soils typically are in closed depressions or low gradient swales. The Glencoe soils are formed in loamy alluvial sediments and loamy glacial till. Mean annual temperature ranges from 45 to 52 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 25 to 32 inches. The frost free days range from 124 to 172. The elevation above sea level range from 700 to 1600 feet. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Canisteo, Clarion, Harps, Nicollet, and Webster soils. The well drained Clarion soils are on the sloping uplands. Somewhat poorly drained Nicollet and the poorly drained Canisteo, Webster, and Harps soils are on nearly level to gently undulating slopes. All the above have mollic epipedons less than 24 inches thick. In addition, the Canisteo and Harps soils contain free carbonates throughout. The Glencoe soils also are associated with the Hayden and Lester soils and their respective topographic associates in some places. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Very poorly drained. Surface runoff is very slow or ponded. Permeability is moderate or moderately slow.


OKOBOJI SERIES – SIL # L163A The Okoboji series consists of very deep, very poorly drained, moderately slowly permeable soils formed in silty alluvium washed from glacial till. They are in depressions on till plains. Slope ranges from 0 to 1 percent. Mean annual temperature is 48 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is about 30 inches. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Okoboji soils are on till plains in closed depressions which were formerly lakes or ponds and some of which were small size. Slope gradients are less than 1 percent. Okoboji soils formed in about 4 to 12 feet of silty alluvium washed from till on the surrounding slopes. Mean annual temperature ranges from 45 degrees to 50 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 28 to 32 inches. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Canisteo, Harps, Palms, Wacousta, and Webster soils. Canisteo, Webster, and Harps soils are higher in sand content, lower in clay content, and have thinner dark surface layers. They are on concave slopes above the Okoboji soil. In many places, Harps soils form a convex shoreline rim around the Okoboji soils. Palms and Wacousta soils are in landlocked depressions. Palms soils formed in sapric material. Wacousta soils have a thinner A horizon. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Very poorly drained. Runoff is slow to ponded. Permeability is moderately slow.

COLAND SERIES – SOIL # 1833 The Coland series consists of very deep, poorly drained, moderately permeable soils formed in alluvium on floodplains. Slope ranges from 0 to 8 percent. Mean annual temperature is about 47 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is about 29 inches. TYPICAL PEDON: Coland silty clay loam - on a level floodplain in a bluegrass pasture. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Coland soils are on low floodplains, high floodplains, and gently sloping alluvial fans. They also are in the lower parts of gently sloping upland drainageways near the watercourse. Slope ranges from 0 to 5 percent. Coland soils formed in dark colored noncalcareous loamy sediments. Mean annual temperature is 45 to 50 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 26 to 32 inches. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Biscay, Colo, Cylinder, Hayfield, Lawler, Marshan, Sattre, Saude, Spillville, Wadena, and Wapsie soils. Colo and Spillville soils are associated in the bottom lands while the others are on benches and alluvial fans. Except for Colo and Spillville soils, all of these soils have contrasting textures of sandy or sandy-skeletal at depths of less than 40 inches. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Coland soils are poorly drained. The drainage class is difficult to assess because of the thick mollic epipedon and depth to a gleyed C horizon. Permeability is moderate. Surface runoff is slow. Coland soils have a high water table during parts of the year and are also subject to common overflow.


ESTHERVILLE SERIES – COMPLEX # 920B2 & SOIL # 41B

The Estherville series consists of very deep, somewhat excessively drained soils that formed in glacial outwash sediments, which consist of a loamy mantle and underlying sandy and gravelly sediments. They are on outwash plains, stream terraces, valley trains, and kames. They have moderately rapid permeability in the upper part and rapid or very rapid permeability in the underlying sediments. Slopes range from 0 to 70 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 28 inches. Mean annual temperature is about 46 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Estherville sandy loam with a plane slope of about 1 percent on a glacial outwash plain in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Estherville soils have plane or convex slopes ranging from 0 to 70 percent. They formed in sandy and gravelly outwash on broad outwash plains, stream terraces, valley trains, and on kames in glacial moraines. Mean annual temperature is about 45 to 55 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is about 25 to 36 inches. The frost free days range from 124 to 190. Elevation above sea level ranges from 700 to 1600 feet. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Hawick, Linder, Biscay, and Mayer soils The excessively drained Hawick soils primarily are on steeper slopes. The somewhat poorly drained Linder soils are on nearby lower lying or less sloping terrain. The poorly drained Biscay and Mayer soils are on nearby lower lying terrain. The Salida, Cylinder, Hanska, Lemond, and Talcot soils are associates in some places. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Estherville soils are somewhat excessively drained. Runoff is very low to medium. Permeability is moderately rapid in the upper part and rapid or very rapid in the lower part.

DICKINSON SERIES – SOIL # 27B The Dickinson series consists of very deep, well drained soils formed in glacial or alluvial deposits that have been reworked by wind on uplands and stream terraces. Permeability is moderately rapid in the upper part and rapid in the lower part. Slopes range from 0 to 30 percent. Mean annual temperature is about 50 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is about 31 inches. TYPICAL PEDON: Dickinson fine sandy loam with a convex slope of 3 percent - cultivated. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Dickinson soils are on convex slopes of the uplands and to a lesser extent on stream terraces and outwash areas. Slopes range from 0 to 30 percent. Dickinson soils formed in moderately coarsetextured glacial or alluvial sediments reworked by wind. Differences in texture in the material with depth are related to sorting of material rather than soil development. Mean annual temperature ranges from 47 to 54 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 25 to 34 inches. Frost free days range from 145 to 180. Elevations above sea level range from 600 to 1500 feet. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: In the uplands they are on landscapes with Clarion, Kenyon, Ostrander, Ocheyedan, and Fostoria soils. These soils contain less sand in the subsoil and substratum. Near major stream valleys the loess-derived Tama, Marshall, Sharpsburg, and Otley soils are adjacent to small areas of Dickinson soils. These loess-derived soils have a lower sand content and contain more clay in the solum than Dickinson soils. They are associated with the Sparta soils and the Lamont soils on uplands and on stream terraces. Other associated soils on terraces are the Dakota and Waukegan soils. Dickinson soils form a biosequence with the Lamont soils. Dakota and Waukegan soils have sand and gravel at depths less than 40 inches. Lamont, Dakota, and Waukegan soils are on similar landscape positions or at slightly lower elevations than the Dickinson soils. Sparta soils tend to be at slightly higher elevations. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Well drained. Runoff is medium. Permeability is moderately rapid in the upper part and rapid in the substratum.


LINDER SERIES – SOIL # 247 The Linder series consists of very deep, somewhat poorly drained soils formed in glacial outwash consisting of a 24 to 40 inch loamy mantle over sandy and gravelly sediments on outwash plains, till plains and stream terraces. Permeability is moderate or moderately rapid in the loamy mantle and very rapid in the substratum. Slopes range from 0 to 2 percent. Mean annual temperature is about 47 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is about 29 inches. TYPICAL PEDON: Linder loam with a slope of about 1 percent - cultivated. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: The Linder soils are on nearly level to gently undulating glacial outwash plains, till plains and stream terraces. Slopes commonly are nearly plane or slightly convex, but some are slightly concave. Slopes range from 0 to 2 percent. These soils formed in thin loamy glacial outwash or alluvium which is underlain by calcareous sand and gravel. Mean annual temperature ranges from 45 to 48 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 26 to 32 inches. Frost free days range from 145 to 170. Elevations above sea level range from 800 to 1500 feet. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Biscay, Cylinder, Dickinson, Estherville, Hanska, and Wadena series. Estherville soils and Hanska soils are the most common associates. The poorly drained Biscay and Hanska soils are on lower-lying terrain. Cylinder soils are on landscapes similar to the Linder soils. The well drained Dickinson and Wadena soils and somewhat excessively drained Estherville soils are on higher-lying terrain. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Somewhat poorly drained. Surface runoff is slow. Permeability is moderate or moderately rapid in the upper part and very rapid in the substratum. The apparent water table is at a depth of 2.0 to 4.0 feet during Nov. to July in most years.

 


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1160 Victory Drive, Suite 6 · Mankato, MN 56001 (507) 345-LAND (5263)

Jean Dawes Estate Farm SALE BY SEALED BID AUCTION Described As:

PARCEL # 1: NE¼, Section 31, T105N-R32W, 160± Acres PARCEL # 2: N½ of NW¼, & west of centerline of waterway in NW½ NE¼, Section 13, T105N-R32W, 86± acres PARCEL # 3: NE¼ east of centerline of waterway in NW½ NE¼ & N½ of SE¼, SW¼ of SE¼, Section 13, T105N-R32W, 274± acres PARCEL # 4: Comination of Parcel # 2 & # 3, 360± acres PARCEL # 5: Combination of Parcels 1, 2 & 3 (All parcels for sale) (All in Long Lake Township, Watonwan County, Minnesota) Sealed Bid Location and Time: Butterfield Fire Hall, 310 Hubbard Avenue, Butterfield, MN 56120 Tuesday, October 4th, 2011 @ 10:00 A.M. Sealed Bid Instructions: 1. Bidders may bid on any or all of the parcels offered for sale. 2. All potential buyers shall deliver or mail Attn: Chuck Wingert a sealed bid, postmarked by Saturday, October 1st, 2011 to: Wingert Realty & Land Services, Inc., 1160 Victory Drive, Suite 6, Mankato, MN 56001 3. All bids must be accompanied by a $5,000 check for earnest money made out to Wingert Realty Trust Account. 4. The written bid shall state the total price for total deeded acres. 5. All persons submitting a written bid will be allowed to raise their bid after all bids have been opened. 6. The premises described herein will be sold in "as is" condition. 7. Seller shall pay the real estate taxes and special assessments due and payable in 2011 & receive 2011 income. 8. Purchaser shall pay the real estate taxes and special assessments due and payable in 2012 & will have possession of land at end of 2011 crop lease. 9. A 2% Buyers Premium will be added to the Final Bid Price on final contract price. 10. The successful bidder or bidders will enter into a Purchase Agreement and shall pay as earnest money 10% of the successful bid. 11. The entire balance of the purchase price, without interest, will be due and payable on or about November 9th, 2011 at which time possession and marketable title shall be conveyed. 12. All checks will be returned to bidders with unaccepted bids. 13. The Sellers reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any irregularities in the bidding. 14. Announcements made the day of the auction take precedence over written material. For additional information, contact: Wingert Realty & Land Services, Inc. Charles Wingert - Auctioneer # 07-53 @ (800) 730-LAND (5263) 507-345-LAND (5263) or Direct 507-381-9790


BIDDING FORM Bid Submitting Instructions: (Using this page or a blank sheet of paper) • Write in your total price for total deeded acres for each parcel you would like to bid on • Write in your name, address and telephone number • All bids must be accompanied by a $5,000 check for earnest money made out to Wingert Realty Trust Account. Attn: Chuck Wingert • All potential buyers shall deliver or mail a sealed bid, Wingert Realty & Land Services, Inc., postmarked by Saturday, October 1st, 2011 to: 1160 Victory Drive, Suite 6, • Refer to the Dawes Brochure for further Mankato, MN 56001 details concerning bidding procedures. Also available to print online: www.wingertrealty.com/Dawes

PARCEL ACRES

BID AMOUNT

1

160± $_______________

2

86± $_______________

3

274± $_______________

4

360± $_______________

5

520± $_______________  

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Jean Voss Dawes Estate Farm