Missouri Land Auctions
North Missouri Land Company is proud to offer its clients professional auction services. Our team has experience in managing land auctions throughout Northern Missouri. Our team-based approach provides a level of care to our customers that ensures efficiency. Our flexibility allows us to handle each sale uniquely to help each transaction shape to your needs. From beginning to end, you’ll find reassurance in our leadership and confidence in our diligent management of your property’s transaction. Give us a call to discuss your wants and needs and let our knowledge and experience work for you.
We are proud of our in-house auctioneer, Brandon McLagan. Brandon has a long list of auctioneering accomplishments including 3X Midwest Livestock Auctioneer Championship TOP 10, 2X World Livestock Auctioneer Championship, 4x Benny Binion Bucking Stock Sale Auctioneer, as well as many more credentials.
These are the traditional auction events that are held on site or at a neutral location, and are conducted by the auctioneer “calling the bid” in a traditional auction chant style.
Online Only Auctions
These are auctions that are totally conducted and transacted through 100% online bidding via the internet, powered by ProxyBid. Typically, these are timed events where the buyer has a certain number of days or hours to competitively bid on property with a designated close time.
These are auctions where the seller and buyer can hopefully get the best of both worlds. These auctions combine the “live” method and the “online” auction method. Buyers can choose either to show up at the auction and bid to the auctioneer “live” or bid live real time online via the internet.
Recently SOLD at Auction
Highly Productive Irrigated Farmland Auction--151 Acres
Rare opportunity at a highly tillable tract of land (151 total acres) located just south of La Plata, MO. This farm consists of Class 2, and Class 3 soils, Adco silt loam, and Leonard silt loam. The owner, in cooperation with the City of La Plata has installed a Valley irrigation pivot which is fed from the City waste water plant. In the last 20 years the excess water from the city has been very plentiful, and the owner has been able to pump as much water as desired. The pumps and generator are maintained and powered at the city’s expense. There is a current cash rent contract in place for the 2021 growing season, the owner has agreed to transfer the entire rent to the new buyer. The North 72 acres just came out of CRP and will be farmed for the first this season for the first time in many years.