477.96 +/- acres – hettinger county, nd

Pifer's Auction & Realty

22 October, 2020 2:00 pm

Driving Directions:

From Regent, ND: 

To Parcels 1 & 2: : Drive north on the Enchanted Hwy. for 2 miles to 66th St. SW, then drive ½ mile east on 66th St. SW trail to the property.  Parcel 1 is on the north side and Parcel 2 is on the south side of this section line.


To Parcel 3: Drive north on the Enchanted Hwy. for ½ mile to 68th St. SW, then drive east on 68th St. SW for 2.5 miles to Parcel 3.

15th Annual Western Dakota Land Auction

 477.96 +/- Acres – Hettinger County, ND

Thursday, October 22, 2020 – 2:00 p.m. (MT)


Auction Location: Enchanted Castle – Regent, ND


Auction Note: This land auction features three quarters of excellent cropland, grassland, and hunting land within a few short miles of Regent, North Dakota.  Not only does this property contain productive soils that will generate a positive return on investment, but the winding tributaries of Spring Creek provide excellent habitat for upland birds in the heart of North Dakota pheasant heaven.



Contacts:  Andy Mrnak at 701.206.1095, Jim Sabe at 701.523.6283 or Pifer’s Auction & Realty at 877.700.4099 for more information and a complete catalog.



Parcel 1:

Acres:  160 +/-

Legal: SE¼ 31-135-94

Crop Acres:  146.89 +/-

Parcel 1 offer’s over 90% cropland that lays well on the north side of the 66th St. section line and holds an average Soil Productivity Index (SPI) of 63.8.  Currently planted to wheat, this parcel will be ready for any crop in 2021.



Parcel 2:

Acres:  160.48 +/-

Legal: NE¼  6-134-94

Crop Acres:  84.52 +/-

This parcel offers it all!  Over half of the land is productive cropland with an excellent canola crop on it in 2020.  The balance of this exquisite quarter is dominated with native grasses while Spring Creek provides water and hordes of habitat for livestock and wildlife alike. 


Parcel 3:

Acres:  157.48 +/-

Legal:  SE¼ 9-134-94

Pasture Acres: 108.88 +/-  

Crop Acres: 45.07 +/-

Primarily productive cropland with a nice stand of spring wheat, Parcel 3 could break the mold for the sportsman looking for exceptional habitat with a positive return on investment.  The SPI on Parcel 3 is over 60 and is only 3 miles from Regent, ND on a main county road. 



OWNERS: Allison Sullivan & Andrew Ivey

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