894+/- Acre AUCTION | 8 Farms, 15 Tracts | Lafayette & Iowa Counties, WI
894 Acres +/-
Check out this SOLD auction in Lafayette County, WI. For land for sale in this area, contact land specialist Jacob Hart directly at 507-259-1065 or Jacob@hpraa.com. This is what land is worth in Lafayette County, WI.
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Tract 1: 31.69 Acres (23.87 Tillable). This tract is located less than a mile from Darlington, WI on a hard surface road (County Shop Rd.), giving it good access as well as great proximity to local grain markets via 23 and 81. The tillable acres lay in one main, open field consisting primarily of Newglarus and Fayette silt loams with great sun exposure. This property also features mature, hardwood timber as well as opportunities for buildable sites right outside of town set back into this beautiful property with wildlife galore. This tract would be perfect for a beginning farmer or a great piece to add to an existing operation.
Tract 2: 50+/- Acres (48.66 Tillable). Located South of Highway 81, East of Darlington, WI, on River End Road. This tract consists of one open field with long rows, made up primarily of Palsgrove silt loam with good access making this tract perfect for a large equipment operation and would be great to pair with tracts 3 and 4.
Tract 3: 37+/- Acres (30.88 Tillable). Tract 3 offers great drainage and is made up of Palsgrove, Fayette, and Newglarus silt loams, and has produced a great crop history. Easy access off of River End Road makes this a great tract for any operation or rentable 1031 exchange investment grade tract by itself or paired.
Tract 4: 104.75 Acres (92.3 Tillable). Tract 4 is located just South of Highway 81 and East of Darlington, WI with access off of both River End Rd. and Berrys Road. Soils consisting of Palsgrove, Fayette, and Newglarus silt loams have produced great crop histories. The combination of wide-open long rows, clean waterways, good drainage, access, and large fields makes this tract perfect for a large equipment operation.
Tract 5: 20.5+/- Acres (19.23 Tillable). Located South of Darlington, off of County Highway E to the north. Tract 5 offers a high-quality tillable field consisting of primarily Newglarus silt loam and Palsgrove silt loam with beautiful long rows and southern exposure. This property would make for an excellent future building site with room for an outbuilding set back off the road or would make for a great addition to a current farming operation.
Tract 6: 64.5+/- Acres (48.4 Tillable). Located off of State Highway 23, just South of Darlington. This tract offers a great wide-open field with long rows in a highly desirable agricultural neighborhood. With clean waterways, good drainage, and desirable Newglarus and Palsgrove silt loam soils, as well as great access off of Highway 23, Tract 6 would be a perfect addition to any farming operation.
Tract 7: 19.5+/- Acres (16.23 Tillable). Located at the intersection of State Highway 23 and County Highway E, South of Darlington. Tract 7 would be a great addition to a current operation, beginning farmer, or excellent opportunity when combined with tracts 6 or 5. With primarily Palsgrove and Newglarus silt loams, as well as excellent access, tract 7 offers something for everyone!
Tract 8: 35+/- Acres (7.18 Tillable). Tract 8 has access to both County Highway E and State Highway 23 located just south of Darlington. Tract 8 features good, clean pasture, good fence, live water and big mature trees.
Tract 9: 43.5 Acres (35.31 Tillable). Located East of County Road K, Southeast of Darlington, between Red Rock and Gratiot, with access off Slough Lane. Tract 9 has it all, pasture, timber, tillable ground, and recreational opportunities. The tillable ground consists of mainly Chaseburg and Newglarus silt loams with long, unobstructed rows. A great elevation change on this tract makes for a great view of the Pecatonica River Valley below.
Tract 10: 57.5+/- Acres (44.4 Tillable). Located East of County Road K, Southeast of Darlington, between Red Rock and Gratiot. Tract 10 has a great mix of pasture and tillable land as well as recreational and hunting opportunities to the south of the property. This tract would be great to add to an existing operation or anyone looking to purchase recreational land with possible income.
Tract 11: 149+/- Acres (144.12 Tillable). Tract 11 is a can’t miss! Located East of County Road K, Southeast of Darlington, between Red Rock and Gratiot, with access off Slough Lane. This large, high-quality, flat-bottom ground field consists of desirable Sable, Huntsville, and Muscatine silt loams. This farm has an exceptional crop yield history and has nearly zero waste acres. Very long, beautiful, efficient, rows and great access make this farm perfect for any large equipment operation.
Tract 12: 202.6 Acres (202.55 Tillable). Located in Iowa County, WI, this nearly all tillable farm is to the Southeast of Mineral Point, WI, East of State Highway 23 and South of State Highway 39. Dodgeville and Tama silt loams comprise the majority of this big land offering. This farm is set up for a large operator with excellent exposure, drainage, impressive crop yield history, large in drives, wide open fields, long rows and good access to East Pleasant View Road and Ferrell Road for multiple offloading points. All these features make this farm a can’t miss opportunity for large operations or investors.
Tract 13: 44.49 Acres (44.35 Tillable). Located North of Highway 81 with access off of Otter Creek Rd, with great proximity, being just East of Darlington. Tract 13 is nearly all tillable with little to no waste. Great access, exposure and drainage with soils consisting of Newglarus and Edmund silt loams make this property a great opportunity to add to a current operation, investment or beginning farmer purchase. Located high on top of a hill gives great, picturesque views of the valley below.
Tract 14: 16+/- Acres (14.4 Tillable). Located less than a mile to the East of Darlington, WI, just off Highway 81, tract 14 offers something for everyone. Highway 81 borders the property to the North, offering great access to the property, and the Pecatonica River borders to the South providing for a variety of recreational opportunities. The Pecatonica River is known for diverse fishing, including walleye, catfish and northern pike as well as other recreational opportunities. This property would be great for someone looking to support their recreational property with good income, a small tract for a beginning farmer, or an addition to an existing operation.
Tract 15: 18 Acres (17.81 Tillable). Located less than .50 miles East of Gratiot on State Highway 11. This property features nearly zero waste, good highway exposure and one, all tillable field consisting of Newglarus and Newglarus-Dunbarton silt loams. This farm would be perfect for a smaller clean land investment, beginning farmer, or a great addition to an existing operation.