This is a great opportunity to buy an excellent acreage on a nice level area with very nice buildings that can have multiple uses. You will need to call Ron & Adrienne Petersen at 712-773-3881 to set up appointment to view the property.
This will be a very diversified auction as there will be a very nice line of small household appliances, collectibles, furniture and guns. If you have questions call Alan Wilwerding at (712)-579-1191.
Tom and Kathleen have been farming for over 37 years in the Avoca area. This will be an opportunity to buy used farm equipment in excellent shape and well maintained. There will be very few small items so you will want to be on time as we will start at 11:00 a.m. sharp
We are very excited to auction the very pristine line of household furniture, antiques & collectibles for Dorothy Alff & Marcia Alff. This will be an extremely clean auction from the start to finish. Several surprises day of the auction!
Ron and Adrienne have decided to move off the farm and will be selling many antiques, collectibles and acreage equipment. They have repaired and refinished furniture for over 40 years together. There will be a lot of surprises the day of the sale. QUESTIONS CALL 712-773-3881.
We are very excited to have the opportunity to sell this excellent parcel of Shelby County Farmland. To view the acreage please contact Marlene Johnson at 712-744-3363. This is an ABSOLUTE LAND AUCTION and will be sold to the highest bidder or bidders.
This is a great opportunity to buy an excellent acreage 4 acres M/L full of potential right off of Hwy. 59 and only 3 miles south of Avoca. You will need to call Bill Dea at 402-740- 6053 or Kathleen Pattee at 712-307-2723 to set up appointment to view the property.
We are very excited to auction this very clean line of household furnishings from Judy Christiansen. Judy taught school at Harlan Community School for 44 years and her late husband Gary was mayor for 12 years and also volunteered for Cyclone football running the clock for many years.
We are very excited to sell the fine collectibles and very clean household items for Elvilda O’Neill. This will be a very clean auction from start to finish.
This will be an outstanding auction to attend with very pristine antique furniture, glassware, & hard to find primitives. Ruth & her late husband Frank moved to Minden in 1949 and ran the Geiger Hatchery.