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For this auction, we are using a bidding platform that allows a bidder to bid on multiple lots.  One or more lots is referred to as a "combination" and all the lots is referred to as a "whole". 

Round 1 bidding allows bidding on individual lots at a time.  You may bid on multiple lots right now but only at the lot level and this will not create a combination bid.  More to come on combinations below.

To Bid:  Hover your curser over the tract you want to bid on and click on it.  The box on the right side of the picture will display bidding information.  You should see the lot number you selected in the upper left corner of the box. (If you do not, go back to the map and select your lot.)  When you see your tract number, click on "Get Price".  Now you will see what your bid price must be and what the lot will cost per acre.  In the blank rectangular box, you may either type in the asking bid or you may type in the ultimate price you wish to pay for that lot ("max bid").  By putting in a max bid, the bidding platform will NOT automatically take your bid to your max but will follow the increments set up in the bidding platform.


We are currently in Round 2, *the combination round", which will allow bidders to bid on multiple lots (including as a "whole") by selecting each lot (or all lots) you wish to bid.  Again, you will click on "Get Price" to see the asking bid and the cost per acre.  

Bidding will begin to close at 7 PM on Thursday, August 6th.  An  All lots will remain open in 5 minute intervals until there has been no bidding activity for 5 minutes.  
THIS AUCTION FEATURES AN AUTO BID EXTEND: When a bid is placed in the final 5 minutes of bidding, the auction bidding will be automatically extended 5 minutes from the time the bid was placed (i.e., if an auction scheduled to close at 6:00 receives a bid at 5:59, the close time will automatically extend to 6:04. The auto extend feature remains active until no further bids are received within a 5 minute time frame.