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Auctioneer Nolan Sales LLC 7157545221
Auction Date Aug 11 Auction
W7550 Spring Road
Greenville, WI
Time 10:00AM
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AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 28424
on the Real Estate and Pesronal Property of 
W7550 Spring Road, Greenville, WI 54942 * Phone: 920-538-6014 (Chuck)
Starting at 10:00 AM        Lunch Available on Grounds
LOCATED: Southeast of Hortonville 2 miles on Hwy 15 to North Road, then south on North Road 1-1/4 miles to Spring Road, then east on Spring Road 1/2 mile to the farm. Watch for auction signs.

SELLING SCHEDULE: 10:00 - 10:30 - Small Items; 10:30 - Noon - Machinery; Noon - Real Estate; followed by Special Items & Feed, then all Cattle until finished.

186.71 ACRE DAIRY FARM TO BE OFFERED IN PARCELS: PARCEL 1: The buildings and 8 acres of land consisting of a beautiful 5-bedroom home w/2-car attached garage. Home includes 2-1/2 baths, dining room, family room, remodeled kitchen w/breakfast nook. A main floor bedroom is used as an office. Upstairs has hardwood floors. Steel roof, newer mound septic system, and a drilled well. There is a 1983 3-bedroom mobile home w/new bathroom, and attached 1-car garage. Outbuildings consist of a Grade A dairy barn w/70 stalls, 2 pens, and a Grade A milkhouse; concrete barnyard; a 43’x120’ heifer shed; a 50’x80’ machine shed; a 60’x100’ machine shed; and 4 silos: 20’x60’, 20’x55’, 16’x65’, and 20’x60’, all w/Jamesway Volumatic silo unloaders. Being part of TID# 022110028600 in the SE1/4-SW1/4 of Sec 9.  PARCEL 2: 50.5 acres of land being almost all under cultivation, being 15.5 acres in the W1/2-SE1/4-SW1/4, the W1/2-NE1/4-SW1/4, and the W1/2 of the South 30 acres of the SE1/4-NW1/4, all in Section 9 T21N-R16E, being parts of tax parcel numbers 022110028600, 022110028300, and 022110028200. PARCEL 3: 51.5 acres of land w/approx. 5 acres wooded, balance under cultivation, being 16.5 acres in the E1/2-SE1/4-SW1/4, the E1/2-NE1/4-SW1/4, and the E1/2 of the South 30 acres of the SE1/4-NW1/4 of Section 9 T21N-R16E, being parts of tax parcel numbers 022110028600, 022110028300, and 022110028200. PARCEL 4: 76.71 acres of land w/approx. 7.5 acres wooded, balance under cultivation in the NW1/4-SE1/4 and CSM 2950 Lot 1 being part of the SW1/4-SE1/4 of Section 9 T21N-R16E, being tax parcel numbers 022110028800 & 022110028900. PARCEL 5: Buyers may bid on any of the tax parcels separately that are 30 acres & larger during the auction.  PARCEL 6: The property as a whole or any combination of parcels to suit the buyers. REAL ESTATE WILL BE OFFERED AT 12:00 NOON.

REAL ESTATE TERMS: Seller shall have seven (7) days to accept or reject bids on the real estate. Buyers will be expected to put down ten percent (10%) of the high bid on the day of sale with the balance due at closing in sixty (60) days. Offers will be written as cash offers not subject to financing, and the transactions will be closed by a title company to guarantee clear title. Taxes will be prorated to the day of closing.

OPEN HOUSE: There will be an OPEN HOUSE held on SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th from 11 am to 1:30 PM for buyers to view the property. Representatives of Nolan Sales will be present to show the property and answer questions.

243 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE consisting of 83 cows of which 15 are now dry. DHIA approved test with a herd average of 20347# milk, 763# fat, 4.1% fat, 3.1% protein, 200 SCC, no BGH, bred AI with Genex for good legs & udders. Half of the herd are 1st & 2nd calf. Cattle are bred for year-round freshening. There are 13 springing heifers; 15 additional bred heifers; 35 heifers, 9-12 months; 12 heifers, breeding age; 37 heifers, 7-8 months; 7 heifers, 6 months; some calves; 30 yearling steers; and 19 steers, 5-8 months. These are well-bred cattle on monthly herd health. Cattle will be pregnancy checked by a veterinarian, and catalogs of production and breeding will be available day of the sale.

WELL-KEPT SHEDDED MACHINERY: New Holland T8.32 tractor w/cab, air/heat, 4x4, duals, radio, guidance system, 50” tires, 1194 hrs, SN# ZERE08493; John Deere 7330 tractor, 4x4, w/cab, air, 2600 hrs, SN# RW733014875; 2016 New Holland T4.110 tractor, 4x4, 676 hrs, SN# ZGLE50796, w/655TL loader; John Deere 5520 tractor w/541 loader, power reverse, bale spear, bucket, 5942 hrs; John Deere 4430 tractor, 2x2, duals, 7473 hrs, overhauled at 6000 hrs, 20.8R38 tires; John Deere 3020 tractor, diesel, 6200 hrs; Sunflower 1433-28 disc, SN# 1499-032; 2013 New Holland FP230 Metal Alert III chopper w/wide hay head and 3PN 3-row narrow corn head, SN# YDN122175; 2010 Krause 5635 field cultivator w/levelers; 2014 New Holland Prorotor 3223 rotary rake, SN# YEZOH0230; Kelly Ryan 2W06 Big Bagger, SN# BB40129-8C - 8’ bag; Case IH 1480 combine, 4x4, axial flow w/693 6-row corn head, 5358 hrs; Meyers V-Force 7400 spreader w/vertical beaters; Parker 650 bu. gravity box, SN# 6255 w/Knowles 6255 gear w/brakes, SN# 20679; 2014 Moco 956 15’ hydro discbine; John Deere 7200 6-row MaxEmerge 2 corn planter w/30” Huebner cross auger; H&S HD 7+4 19’ forage box, SN# 419374, w/H&S 412-614 25000# tandem gear; H&S 7+4 HD forage box, SN# 507837, w/H&S 25000# tandem gear; Case IH 1020 20’ flex head; IH 5100 13’ Soybean Special drill, SN# D3902070009860; Brillion cultipacker w/transport; H&S 7+4 forage box, SN# 394640, w/24000# H&S gear; Westfield WR80 51’ grain auger w/transport, pto driven; DMI Ecolo-tiger 527 5-shank disk chisel; H&S Super 7+4 forage box, steel, w/ H&S 24000# gear, SN# 494335; ATC 1820B automatic roller mill, SN# 0510 37731; New Holland F62B blower; John Deere 336 kick baler; Farm King 840 snowblower, never used; Ford 18” 4-bottom plow; J&M fertilizer gravity box w/auger; Gruetts 16’ self-unloading thrower rack; Ficklin gravity box w/J&M gear; J&M gravity box; Sukup 1800 stalk chopper; Int. 50’ hay & grain elevator w/electric motor, hydraulic lift; (2) Slant-bar feeders; (3) H&S 16’ steel bale thrower racks; Flat rack hay wagon; 6-row cultivator; Older running gear.

SPECIAL ITEMS: 1996 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup truck, 125000 miles; Weaverline 424 hydrostatic electric feed cart; 48” Barn fan; 1000 Int. pressure washer


ITEMS BEING SOLD ON 7-DAY RESERVE: New 10,000 bu. grain bin w/drying floor; 5,000 bu. grain bin w/drying floor & auger; 8-ton steel grain bin w/agitator; Inline Steel corn crib; Jamesway 50’ bunk feeder; Mueller 1000 gallon bulk tank; Surge Milker pump; Surge pipeline w/6 claws.

FEED: (2) 8’x90’ bags of corn silage; 8’x60’ bag of haylage; 55’ of 1st crop haylage in a 20’x60’ silo; 20’ of silage in a 20’x60’ silo; 30’ of high moisture corn in 16’x65’ silo; 1000 small bales of hay. * Feed test results will be available by day of sale.

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Be sure to attend on real estate as everything must be sold. This is highly productive farm land that would have development potential, located very close to Appleton. Cattle are well cared for, and machinery looks to be in good condition. There may be some standing crops sold the day of the auction.

CONSIGNED ITEMS: John Deere 3970 chopper, pull-type, w/3-row corn and 7’ hay head; (2) H&S 7+4 self-unloading box w/10-ton & 12-ton gears.

LIVE ONLINE BIDDING will be available starting at 10:15 a.m. Visit our website at for details.

Sale clerked by Nolan Auction, Inc. Regular auction terms - cash or personal check. Everything sold as is, where is. No Warranties.

Sale Conducted By:
P.O. Box 486, Marion, WI 54950 * (715) 754-5221 or 1-800-472-0290 * Tim Nolan & Gerald “Sonny” Nolan, Reg. WI Auctioneers, Lic. #165 & #142
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