Good farm with four contiguous sections, excellent access, pipeline ties in all the wells and pivots. The farm has considerable depreciable improvements. The Seller reports 1,500 gallons per minute combined for all four sections. Have a closer look at these very nice farms with good soils and considerable depreciation, located in a very productive farming area!
Half-section of irrigated farm land, strong soils consisting entirely of Olton A clay, loam soil and correspondingly excellent topography. Located approximately 1.5 miles E. of the Dodd community in SW Castro County on the north side of paved CR 629. Irrigation equipment includes two Zimmatic center pivots with mostly 60” spacing and small tires with the exception of tall tires on the first span.This is a very nice farm in a highly productive area!
The NW corner of this 1700+ acre farm is located at FM 1057 and US Hwy 86 with approximately 1 1/4 mi highway frontage on Hwy 86. There are 18 irrigation wells, two tail water pits with lake pumps and six center-pivot sprinklers all which will be replaced with underground drip irrigation. The installation of the drip irrigation system will begin within the next few months but may require more than one year to complete. The cost of the drip system is included in the price of the farm.
This property consists of 191.61 acres +/- (per appraisal district). CRP and some native grass. 172.36 acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program at a rate of $32.97 per acre through September 30, 2029.
There is good permanent fencing along the north and east sides of the ¼ section. FM2397 and FM1057 frontage is along the west and south boundaries of the property. There is also a strip of acreage along the west side of FM 1057.
The Goodwin CRP farm in central western Bailey County consists of 300 acres more or less of excellent grass. Mule deer, antelope, prairie chicken and other wildlife have been seen on the property. 267.2 acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program at a rate of $38.16 per acre through September 30, 2021. The balance of the acreage is in grass.
160 acres with the soil being Amarillo & Midessa fine sandy loam, and all but two acres being 0 to 1% slope. A new Reinke center pivot is being installed on the property to replace an older pivot. The farm has 3 irrigation wells in use with electric submersible motors & pumps and reportedly producing 300gal/min season long. A very productive farm with good access!
Approx 1.5 mi. W. of FM 596 on paved CR 1326 in Bailey County.
The Maple CRP farm in southern Bailey County consists of 159.94 acres more or less of CRP ?Prairie Chicken? grass. 153.96 acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program at a rate of $37.09 per acre through 9-30-32. The balance of the acreage is in grass. Soils are mostly Arvanna and Amarillo Fine Sandy Loams.
This is excellent land which is very level with mostly clay loam soil. It was farmed for many years with row irrigation before going into the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). It is no longer in CRP but has an excellent stand of grass which has not been grazed for approximately 10 years. The land is not fenced and has no well but the drilling of a house/stock well would likely be successful. It is approximately 3/8 mi. N of HWY 256 approximately 5 mi. E of Silverton and has county roads on two sides.
Irrigation equipment incl. 3 Zimmatic 6 tower pivots (2-1997 & 1-2003) with a 4th pivot owned by the tenant. Also there is 116 acres of drip irrigation on 40" spacing. The farm has 11 irrigation wells equipped with electric submersible motors & pumps and reportedly producing 600ga/min total. One additional well is used as a stock water well. A total of 334 acres are irrigated. A good farm with considerable depreciation!
189 acres located Approx 3.5 mi. S. of Maple, TX on FM 596. Farm has 152 +/- acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program at a rate of $33.65 per acre through 9-30-2022 for a total payment of $5,11.00 annually. Excellent access, good grass. The water district shows a well on the property but the seller has no knowledge of the condition of the well.
240 acres of irrigated farm land with very good loam and sandy loam soils. Located Approx 2.5 mi. S. of Maple on FM 596 in Northern Cochran County. Irrigation equipment incl. 2013 Valley center pivot with 60" spacing and sm. tires. A 2nd 2012 Valley center pivot is owned by the tenant. 6 irrigation wells which are equipped with electric submersible motors & pumps reportedly producing 400gal/min total. A total of 194.49 acres are irrigated with the 2 pivots overlapping. This is a very nice farm in a highly productive area!
Property Type: CRP / Renewable Energy
Acres in CRP: 307.5 acres until 2026, with the remaining acres being in grass.
Included: house with domestic well and a barn/shop + a Santa Rosa/Dockum irrigation well of unknown condition on the S. side of the property. The property is also in a wind energy lease and though there are no turbines on the property, it is in the pool of acres that receive payments.
Region: South Plains
Property Type: Grassland/Hunting
Acres: 320+/- / Taxes: $1,242.21
Location: 1 mi. S. & 1 mi. E. of Cedar Hill.
Property was once in CRP but has been grazed for many years using electric fencing. Good solar well + a large playa lake for stock & wildlife water. Approx. 35 mi. from Plainview and 70 mi. from Lubbock.
Region: South Plains
Property Type: Grassland
Acres: 160+/- / Taxes: $822.04
Location: 1/2 mi. E. of Muncy.
This very nice quarter section was once in CRP but has been grazed for many years. Nearly new fence with woven wire and steel posts + a stock water well with a submersible electric pump. The property has ? mile of frontage on FM 786. This well-located property is approximately 5 miles from either Floydada or Lockney.
The property has 251.79 acres in CRP until 2023 with the remaining acres being in grass. There are 2 irrigation wells of unknown condition + a domestic well located in the NW corner of the property. Unique to the area there is a scattering of trees across the land. The property is approximately 17 miles from Plainview and 39 miles from Lubbock and would be a good stock farm or CRP investment.
940.64 +/- acres of excellent farmland with two Valley center pivot sprinklers that irrigate approximately 714 acres. Complimenting the farm is approximately 700 feet of bunk space with concrete apron, a good set of gathering/shipping pens, Quonset barn and livable house. This is a productive farm with excellent soils in a good farming area!
390 acres well suited for backgrounding calves or raising dairy heifers. 170 acres under mid 90?s Zimmatic center pivot system / 3 irrigation wells equipped with submersible electric motors and pumps. Well built feedyard; approx. 1,650 ft of concrete bunk, working facilities, load out chute, silage pits, good roadway and surface top.
Acres: 320 acres+/- / Taxes: $1,365.55
Location: E. of Friona 8 mi. on FM 2397
Good level farm with very good soils and FM 2397 frontage. This farm is mostly Olton ?A? and Pullman ?A? soil with minor amount of Pep and Bovina. The property has two irrigation wells though the farm is not currently being irrigated.
Three phase electricity is available along the north, east and south boundaries of the property.
Good dryland farm with HWY frontage and good fences on two sides. 3 wells, two with turbines and one submersible. 187.76 acres planted in wheat, 62.24 acres grass, remaining in wheat stubble. Incl 3 brm / 2 bath 1,912 sq. ft. 币圈是什么意思home, Quonset barn + pens on 4 acres (approx.) + a domestic well.
This is a good, level, dryland farm that is mostly Pullman Clay Loam Soil with Hwy frontage on FM 168. Five strand, wire fences are in excellent condition with wide, steel pipe gates on the West side. It is easily accessible by either US Hwy 60 or Farm to Market Road 1062, located in Canyon, Texas school district.
This very unique, highly productive farm is located approximately 120 miles northeast of Dallas. There are 1048.7 acres of cropland of which 614.9 acres are irrigated by six center-pivot sprinklers. The irrigation water is supplied by rainwater collected and stored in 6 lakes with a total surface area of over 80 acres. These lakes also provide excellent recreational opportunities including fishing and water fowl hunting.
This ? section of farmland is located 8 miles west of Kress on FM 145 and has all Pullman clay loam soil with 1% or less slope. It is irrigated by two late-model (2011 & 2013) Valley 8000 center-pivot sprinklers.There 8 irrigation wells that are approximately 340? deep with submersible electric motors and pumps. This is an excellent farm with first quality irrigation infrastructure and many depreciable assets.
This farm contains 120 acres of sprinkler-irrigated land, 54.5 acres of dryland, 32.14 acres of expired CRP and approximately 113 acres of native grassland. There are 3 wells with submersible electric pumps and motors which supply water to a quarter-mile Reinke pivot nozzled for 450 gpm. Installation of underground drip line would work well on the dryland field.
This half-section irrigated farm has excellent topography and strong soils consisting of mostly Pullman A type. There are two Reinke center-pivot, sprinklers irrigation systems (1993 & 1995) each nozzled for 500 gpm and equipped with 38? tires and long drops on 60? spacing.
This is an excellent farm the owner would be willing to continue to farm on a cash-lease basis.
These 3 tracts of excellent farmland with very good soil are located in Southwest Terry. Tract 1: 160 acres +/- SE4 Section 98. 120 acres +/- under center pivot irrigation system which is owned by the tenant with a reported 100 GPM from 7 wells. Tract 2: 160 acres +/- SE4 Section 98. 78.40 acres of CRP which pays $45.00 per acre through 2026 for a total annual payment of $3,528.00 and 80 acres +/- of dryland farm. Tract 3: 320 acres +/- E 1/2 Section 123. 320 acres of Conservation Reserve Program land.Good farms with close pavement access.
Approx. 7.616 fully high-fenced deeded acre irrigated orchard with approximately 267 fruit & nut trees and an area with post, wire and drip irrigation for raising grapes. Orchard is flood irrigated with canal water from Ft Sumner Irrigation District + irrigation well producing approximately 20GPM providing water for the drip irrigation system. Improvements: a neat road side retail fruit stand and a unique red, 2 bedroom barn-shaped 币圈是什么意思home, new septic system and storage building. Water for the 币圈是什么意思home is furnished from Ft Sumner city water.
Contact Mr. Bill West for further details on a choice 10 acre alfalfa farm, irrigated by ditch with water available from March until October.
The farm is fenced with paved road access and utilities in close proximity to the property for proposes of developing the property with a 币圈是什么意思home, barns and other out buildings.
Let?s look at this 160 acre tract of grassland located adjacent to the N edge of the Village of Yeso, NM which is watered by a domestic well equipped with a solar powered submersible electric motor, pump and solar panel, a water storage tank, cattle drinker and cattle pens with woven-wire panels attached to steel posts.
The possibility of commercial water sales from the property deserves your attention!
This great irrigated farm in southeastern Colorado consists of 640 acres of which 338.71 acres are under pivot irrigation. According to the owner three wells supply approximately 2,400 GPM to the irrigation systems. Two contracts of CRP are located on the corners of this farm (44 acres paying $30.16/ac and expiring in 2022 and 18.9 acres paying $30.16/ac and expiring in 2020).
Acres: 775 Total Acres
•455 ac.+/- Deeded
•320 ac.+/- State Lease
Farm is level with Amarillo loamy fine sandy soils suitable for raising wheat, grain sorghum and cotton. Many Improvements: 3 bedroom, 2 bath house, 3 bedroom 1 bath trailer 币圈是什么意思home, shop, ample hay storage + cattle pens with squeeze/working chute & permantent load/unload chute, as well as tractors, equipment, pick-up trucks, trailers, shop tools, household items included with the purchase of this property.
This is a very well improved and well maintained grazing/farming combination operation located from Hwy 421 (New Mexico)/102 (Texas-known as N. Sedan Road) at Sedan, NM on all-weather, caliched Callis Road three miles south to the NE corner of section 30 and from Hwy 421/102 on the W. side of Sedan, NM and south 3 miles on Lechner Rd to the NW corner of section 30 with both Callis Rd and Lechner Rd extending S. to Steed Rd which runs from E. to W. along theS. line of both section 30 and the S. ½ of section 29.
The farm consists of +/-466 acres. 244.2 acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program until September 30, 2023 at $35.37 per acre per year or a total of $8,637.00 per year. This property would make a great investment with the CRP income and a good cattle operation which can be increased when the CRP contract expires or resuming an irrigation operation if desired by buyer.
Union County, NM
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