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Burt County Nebraska Farms for sale

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$2,200,000 200 acres
Bare Land, Tekamah, NE 68061 - Burt County

200 acres Tekamah, NE

Productive soils, good well, and easy to farm. Excellent Hwy access, and close to major elevators! Located just 5 miles west of Tekamah, NE. on County Road G.
Molly McClure National Land Realty
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$344,500 106 acres
Co Road ST and Hwy 75, Decatur, NE 68020 - Burt County

106 acres Decatur, NE

PRICE REDUCED! Here is a great piece of pasture close to the metro. Isolated location in the hills along Highway 75. Ideal for starter farm, or adding acres to an existing operation. Beautiful rolling terrain that is loaded with deer and turkey in a great neighborhood of trophy deer managers. Boundaries are fenced and any new splits will have a new fence installed. Working well in place with piped water to the pasture tanks. All the basics are in place to add to your existing operation or start a new one! This size of the property does not come up for sale often. A little return from the pasture and the possibility to create tillable acres exist. Call today for your private showing. Tracts like this do not last long. Property Features: -
Jason Schendt Whitetail Properties
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$250,000 170 acres
Bareland, Tekamah, NE 68061 - Burt County

170 acres Tekamah, NE

The Native Grass has been planted and the dirt work has been done for the 2 Duck lakes on the property. Located a stones throw from the Missouri River, this income producing ground could be just what you are looking for. The Tekamah Bottoms has long been known for the excellent waterfowl and deer hunting. Major deer highways crisscross the ground as they skirt the cabins to the East, pushing the deer through this ground as they travel North or South along the river.
Greg Spencer National Land Realty
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