quarter section


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quarter section

A square tract of land that is one-half mile on each side.
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Where no tree was indicated, the quarter section corner was identified as prairie.
24) Thus, the trial court concluded Fern's quarter section must pass by intestacy (since Fern's will lacked a residuary clause) to the couple's four adult children outright as tenants in common.
On a parcel of land, such as a quarter section of 160 acres, a landowner could haul in between $25,000 and $40,000 a year in an area with good wind values.
In 1970 and 2020, NIPC reports employment data for any quarter section with jobs.
The septic system density surrounding each case and control residence was determined for three geographic scales corresponding to conventional land survey units: section (640 acres, 259 hectares), quarter section (160 acres, 64.
It would border on the inane for a farmer to sell such a strip of land out of his quarter section as it can only be economically farmed by him--it cannot be economically farmed by another.
The Australian native sews ribbons near her high arches, discards part of the shanks of her Bloch Serenades, and reduces fabric excess with "Frankenstein" stitches (they look like scars but don't show onstage) on the quarter section.
He successfully proved up a quarter section (160 acres) of homestead land in the Peace River region and was granted an adjacent quarter section for his military service.
Within each quarter section three observers walked transects 200 m apart and recorded locations of all adult males, first year males and females, following methods outlined in Stewart and Kantrud (1972), Besser (1985) and Nelms et al.
Companies will pay $64,000 per quarter section they sponsor.
Only minor work on crossings and pump houses remains to be done before this year's growing season starts, and ads offering 29 quarter section pivot irrigated fields have already appeared in local papers.
Spoon 1/8 of the cheese onto a quarter section of each crepe.