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This property to be sold by ‘Sealed Bid Auction’ Owner: Elaine Millmann Estate Owner’s Attorney: Douglas Johanson, Johanson Law Firm Date & Time: Tuesday, February 28, 2012, 10 A.M. Location: Winnebago Municipal Center, 140 Main St. South Note: See ‘Sealed Bid Information’ page in the back of this brochure for more details. Only registered bidders may attend.

Listing Agent: Chuck Wingert & Alan Noy Office: 507-345-LAND (5263) Toll Free: 800-730-LAND (5263) Direct: 507-381-9790

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Property Information Description: SW¼ Section 23 exc. Building site, T104N-R27W 150.70 ±Acres (Delavan Township, Faribault County, Minnesota) Tax PID #: R05.023.020 Buildings: None Real Estate Taxes: Ag-Non Homestead = $3,534 FSA INFORMATION: Total acres FSA Tillable acres Corn base acres Corn yield – Direct Corn yield– Counter Cyclical Soybean base acres Soybean yield – Direct Soybean yield – Counter Cyclical SOIL DESCRIPTION: See soils map. CPI:

Crop Productivity Index = 85.65

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= 150.70 ± acres 136.9 ± acres = 67.8 ± acres = = 119 ± bushels = 119 ± bushels 68 ± acres = = 30 ± bushels = 30 ± bushels

Drainage: Outlets: Judicial Open Ditch #1 (through property), stream through property to the west. Tiling: System tiling east of JD#1. Random mains and laterals west of JD#1. NRCS Classifications on tillable acres: NHEL - Non-Highly Erodible Land PC/NW-Prior Converted/No Wetlands Red dot in non-tillable acres - restricted use Furtilizer: Purchaser to reimburse former renter for fall 2011 applied fertilizer. See Fertilizer Information page. WINGERT REALTY & LAND SERVICES, INC. stipulates that they are representing the seller exclusively in this transaction. The information gathered for this brochure in its entirety is from sources deemed reliable, but cannot be guaranteed by Seller, 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”.

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NOTE: The 2011 Renter fall applied the fertilizer shown on this WFS Agro Product Statement. The Purchaser will reimburse the former Renter $20,005.05.


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Soil Descriptions 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 coarse-textured 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.

glacial till in uplands. Permeability is moderately rapid in the upper part of the solum and moderate in the lower part. Slopes range from 0 to 30 percent. Mean annual temperature is about 50 degrees F, and mean annual precipitation is about 31 inches. TYPICAL PEDON: Farrar fine sandy loam-on a convex slope of 3 percent gradient, cultivated. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Farrar soils are on convex, slightly undulating summits of interfluves and convex side slopes adjacent to major streams and their tributaries. Slope gradients range from 0 to 30 percent. They formed in about 2 feet of oxidized-leached fine sandy loam eolian material and oxidized-leached and unleached loam Wisconsin glacial till. Mean annual temperature ranges from about 45 to 52 degrees F, and mean annual precipitation ranges from about 30 to 32 inches. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the competing Ankeny, Clarion, and Dickinson soils and the Spillville and Storden soils. Ankeny and Spillville soils are downslope on foot slopes and alluvial fans. Spillville soils have thicker mollic epipedons and clay content of the B horizon exceeds 18 percent. Clarion soils are on similar landscape positions. Dickinson soils are on uplands at higher elevations. Storden soils typically are on the more sloping landscapes and have calcareous sola. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Well drained. Surface runoff is medium. Permeability is moderately rapid in the upper part and moderate in the lower part. COLLINWOOD SERIES - Soil# 96A, 96B The Collinwood series consists of deep, moderately well drained and somewhat poorly drained soils that formed in clayey, calcareous lacustrine sediments on glacial lake plains. The vegetation was tall grass prairie. The permeability is moderately slow or slow. Slopes range from 0 to 18 percent. Mean annual temperature is about 48 degrees F, mean annual precipitation is about 28 inches.

DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Well drained. Runoff is medium. Permeability is moderately rapid in the upper part and rapid in the substratum.

TYPICAL PEDON: Collinwood silty clay--on a slightly convex slope of about 4 percent on a glacial lake plain in a cultivated field.

FARRAR SERIES-Soil # 37B

GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Collinwood soils are on plane to convex slopes on glacial lake plains. Slope gradients are less than 18 percent. Collinwood soils formed mostly in fine textured lacustrine sediments which are 4 to 10 feet thick.

The Farrar series consists of deep, well drained soils formed in fine sandy loam eolian material and the underlying loam


Soil Descriptions These sediments are late Wisconsinan in age. Mean annual temperature is about 45 to 50 degrees F, and mean annual precipitation ranges from about 25 to 30 inches. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: Waldorf and Lura soils are the main ones. Waldorf soils are poorly drained and are level. Lura soils are very poorly drained and are in depressions. These soils formed in similar materials. In some places the well-drained Kamrar soils are associated on more sloping terrain and have loam or clay loam C horizons. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Moderately well drained and somewhat poorly drained. Surface runoff is slow to rapid. Permeability is moderately slow or slow. TRUMAN SERIES-Soil # 101B, 909C2 Complex The Truman series consists of deep well drained soils that formed in thick calcareous silty glacial sediments on glacial lake plains and moraines. These soils have moderate permeability. They have slopes of 1 to 25 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 29 inches, and mean annual temperature is about 48 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Truman silt loam with a convex, east facing slope of 5 percent on a lacustrine mantled ground moraine in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: These soils have convex slopes with gradients of 1 to 25 percent on nearly level to steep lacustrine-mantled ground moraines or on lake plains. They formed in silty calcareous lacustrine sediments that are more than 4 feet in thickness. Calcareous loam glacial till commonly underlies these sediments. The sediments are from the Des Moines lobe of the Late Wisconsin glaciation. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 26 to 32 inches, and mean annual temperature ranges from 45 to 50 degrees F. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: The main ones are the Kingston, Madelia, and Spicer soils which formed in sediments similar to those of the Truman soils and which are members of a drainage sequence. The Kingston soils are moderately well drained and the Madelia and Spicer soils are poorly drained. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Well drained. Surface runoff is slow to rapid. Permeability is moderate.

MARNA SERIES-Soil # 110 The Marna series consists of very deep poorly drained soils that formed in a clayey glacial lacustrine mantle and the underlying calcareous loamy glacial till on lacustrine plains and ground moraines. These soils have slow permeability. Their slopes range from 0 to 2 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 28 inches. Mean annual air temperature is about 47 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Marna silty clay with a nearly level slope on a lacustrine mantled till plain in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Marna soils have slightly concave to slightly convex slopes on lake plains and clayeymantled ground moraines. Their slopes range from 0 to 2 percent. They formed primarily in 24 to 40 inches of clayey glacial lacustrine sediments and calcareous loamy glacial till. The deposits are late Wisconsinan in age. The climate is humid continental with warm summers and cold winters. Mean annual air temperature ranges from 45 to 50 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation ranges from 26 to 32 inches. Elevation above sea level ranges from 900 to 1200 feet. Frost-free days range from 124 to 172. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Kamrar, Guckeen, Brownton, and Lura soils which are members of a hydrosequence with the Marna soils. The well drained Kamrar and the moderately well drained and somewhat poorly drained Guckeen soils are on backslopes, shoulders and summits. The poorly drained calcareous Brownton soils are on nearby low rises and rims of depressions. The very poorly drained Lura soils are in depressions and swales. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Poorly drained. The apparent seasonal high water table is at 1 to 2.5 feet at some time during November to June in most years. Surface runoff is slow. Permeability is slow. GROGAN SERIES-Soil # 128B The Grogan series consists of deep, well and moderately well drained soils that formed in calcareous silty lacustrine sediments on glacial lake plains. These soils have moderately rapid permeability. They have slopes with gradient of 0 to 15 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 26 inches, and mean annual temperature is about 47 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Grogan silt loam with a 3 percent convex east-facing slope on a delta in a glacial lake plain in a cultivated field.


Soil Descriptions GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: These soils have plane or convex slopes with gradients of 0 to 15 percent primarily in deltaic portions of glacial lake plains. They formed in calcareous, silty lacustrine sediments of the Des Moines lobe of the Late Wisconsinan glaciation. Mean annual temperature is 45 to 48 degrees F, and mean annual precipitation if 24 to 30 inches. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: The Grogan soils are the dominant soils in their area of occurrence. The poorly drained Darfur soils and the somewhat poorly drained Yahara soils are associated in a few places. These soils formed in somewhat similar sediments. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Well or moderately well drained. Surface runoff is slow to medium. Permeability is moderately rapid. NICOLLET SERIES-Soil # 130 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 of Late Wisconsinan age. 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.

OKOBOJI SERIES-Soil # 134 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. MADELIA SERIES-Soil # 136 The Madelia series consists of deep poorly drained soils that formed in calcareous silty lacustrine sediments on glacial lake plains and moraines. These soils have moderate permeability. Their slopes range from 0 to 2 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 28 inches, and mean annual temperature is about 48 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Madelia silty clay loam with a plane level slope on a glacial lake plain in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: These soils have plane to slightly concave slopes. They are on level to gently undulating lake plains or ground moraines that are mantled with lacustrine sediments. Slope gradient is less than 2 percent. They have formed in silty lacustrine sediments of late Wisconsinan Age. Loamy glacial till commonly begins at depths below 40 inches. Mean annual temperature is 45 to 50 degrees F, and mean annual precipitation is 27 to 32 inches.


Soil Descriptions GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These include the Kingston, Spicer, and Truman soils. Kingston soils are moderately well to somewhat poorly drained and the Truman soils are well drained and are on higher lying or more sloping terrain. The very poorly and poorly drained calcareous Spicer soils are in nearby depressions and low rises. These soils developed in materials that are similar to those of the Madelia soils and are members of a hydrosequence with the Madelia soils. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Poorly drained. Surface runoff is slow, and permeability is moderate. WALDORF SERIES-Soil # 229 The Waldorf series consists of very deep, poorly drained soils formed in lacustrine sediments on glacial lake plains and moraines. These soils have moderately slow or slow permeability. Slopes range from 0 to 2 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 27 inches. Mean annual air temperature is about 48 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Waldorf silty clay loam on a nearly level slope in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: These soils are on plane to slightly concave positions on lake plains or moraines covered by lacustrine sediments. Slope gradients are 0 to 2 percent. The Waldorf soils formed in fine or moderately fine textured lacustrine sediments that are 4 to more than 10 feet in thickness. These sediments are Late Wisconsin in age. The climate is midcontinental with warm summers and cold winters. Mean annual air temperature is about 45 to 50 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is about 25 to 32 inches. Elevation above sea level ranges from 700 to 1200 feet. Frost-free days range from 124 to 172. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: The Collinwood, Brownton, Lura, and Kamrar soils are the major ones. These soils formed in similar sediments and are members of a hydrosequence with Waldorf soils. The well-drained Kamrar soils are on backslopes, shoulders and summits. The moderately well and somewhat poorly drained Collinwood soils are on nearby low summits. The poorly and very poorly drained calcareous Brownton soils are on nearby nearly level positions on rims of depressions. Lura soils are very poorly drained and are in depression. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Poorly drained. An apparent water table is at .5 to 1.5 feet from November to

July in most years. Surface runoff is low. Permeability is moderately slow or slow GUCKEEN SERIES-Soil # 230B The Guckeen series consists of deep moderately well and somewhat poorly drained soils that formed in a 20 to 40 inch thick mantle of clayey glacial lacustrine sediments and in underlying loamy calcareous glacial till on ground moraines or till plains. These soils have moderate and moderately slow permeability. They have slopes of 1 to 18 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 28 inches, and mean annual temperature is about 48 degrees F. TYPICAL PEDON: Guckeen silty clay loam with a 2 percent slightly convex slope on a clayey mantled ground moraine, cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: These soils have plane or slightly convex on nearly level to moderately steep till plains or ground moraines. Slope gradients are 1 to 18 percent. These soils formed in a 20 to 40 inch thick mantle of clayey lacustrine sediments and in underlying loamy calcareous glacial till or modified glacial till. These deposits are Late Wisconsinan in age. Mean annual temperature is approximately 45 to 52 degrees F, and mean annual precipitation is approximately 26 to 32 inches. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: The main ones are the well drained Kamrar, the poorly drained Marna, and the very poorly drained Lura soils. These soils formed in materials similar to that of Guckeen. Kamrar soils are on higher or more sloping terrain. Marna soils are on adjacent nearly level or level terrain. Lura soils are in depressions. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Moderately well and somewhat poorly drained. Surface runoff is medium to rapid. Permeability is slow or moderately slow. SHOREWOOD SERIES-Soil # 286C2 The Shorewood series consists of very deep, moderately well drained and somewhat poorly drained soils that formed in a mantle of clayey glacial lacustrine sediments and underlying loamy calcareous till or that formed entirely in lacustrine sediments. These soils are in glacial lake plains and moraines. Permeability is moderately slow or slow. Slopes range from 0 to 12 percent. Mean annual precipitation is about 28 inches. Mean annual temperature is about 47 degrees F.


Soil Descriptions TYPICAL PEDON: Shorewood silty clay loam with a slightly convex 3 percent slope in a cultivated field. GEOGRAPHIC SETTING: Shorewood soils have plane or slightly convex slopes on glacial lake plains and moraines. Slopes generally are about 100 to 250 feet in length with gradients of 0 to 12 percent. The Shorewood soils formed in clayey lacustrine material commonly 30 to 60 inches or more in thickness over friable loam or clay loam glacial till. In some pedons a silty layer up to 3 feet thick is between the clayey layer and the underlying deposits. Mean annual temperature is about 45 to 50 degrees F. Mean annual precipitation is about 25 to 32 inches. Frost free days range from 124 to 165. Elevations above sea level range from 900 to 1200 feet. GEOGRAPHICALLY ASSOCIATED SOILS: These are the Minnetonka, Barbert, and Lura soils which are members of a hydrosequence with Shorewood soils. Poorly drained Minnetonka soils are on nearby level terrain. Very poorly drained Barbert and Lura soils are in depressions and swales. DRAINAGE AND PERMEABILITY: Moderately well and somewhat poorly drained. Surface runoff is medium. Permeability is moderately slow or slow. The perched water table for the moderately well drained phase is 2.5 to 4.0 April to June, and 1.5 to 2.5 for the moderately wet phase in most years. CLARION SERIES-Soil # 921C2 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 Late Wisconsin 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 of the Des Moines Lobe advance. 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.

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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. COLAND SERIES-Soil # 1833, 1834 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.

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BY SEALED BID AUCTION Parcel Described As:

SW¼ Section 23 exc. Building site, T104N-R27W 150.70 ±Acres (Delavan Township, Faribault County, Minnesota)

Sealed Bid Location and Time: Winnebago Municipal Center, 140 Main St. South, Winnebago, MN Tuesday, February 28, 2012, 10 A.M. Sealed Bid Instructions: 1. All potential buyers shall deliver or mail a sealed bid, postmarked by Friday, February 24th, 2012 to: Attn: Chuck Wingert Wingert Realty & Land Services, Inc., 1160 Victory Drive, Suite 6, Mankato, MN 56001 All bids must be accompanied by a $5,000 check for earnest money made out to 2. Wingert Realty Trust Account. 3. The written bid shall state the total price for total deeded acres. All persons submitting a written bid will be allowed to raise their bid after all bids have been 4. opened. A 2% Buyer Premium will be added to the final bid price to arrive at the final contract price. 5. The premises described herein will be sold in “as is” condition. 6. Seller shall pay the real estate taxes and special assessments due and payable in 2011. 7. Purchaser shall pay the real estate taxes and special assessments due and payable in 2012 and beyond and will have possession of land after closing. The successful bidder or bidders will enter into a Purchase Agreement and shall pay as earnest 8. money 10% of the successful bid on the day of auction. 9. The entire balance of the purchase price, without interest, will be due and payable on or about April 5th, 2012 at which time possession and marketable title shall be conveyed. 10. All checks will be returned to bidders with unaccepted bids. 11. The Sellers reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any irregularities in the bidding. Announcements made the day of the auction take precedence over written material. 12. For additional information, contact: Wingert Realty & Land Services, Inc. Chuck Wingert, ALC, Auctioneer #07-53 (800) 730-LAND (5263), 507-345-LAND (5263) or 507-381-9790 Direct


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BIDDING FORM Bid Submitting Instructions: • Write in your total price for total deeded acres for each parcel you would like to bid on • Write in your name, address, telephone number and e-mail address • All bids must be accompanied by a $5,000 check for earnest money made out to Wingert Realty Trust Account. • All potential buyers shall deliver or mail a sealed bid, postmarked by Friday, February 28th, 2012 to: Attn: Chuck Wingert Wingert Realty & Land Services, Inc., 1160 Victory Drive, Suite 6, Mankato, MN 56001 • Refer to the Elaine Millmann Estate for further details concerning bidding procedures. Also available to print online: www.wingertrealty.com/Millmann

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