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Castro County is a county in Texas. It covers 899 square miles (575,610 acres), which represents zero percent of the state total. Of Texas's 254 counties, Castro County ranks 182nd in terms of the size of its population (7,656, according to 2015 Census estimates). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 532 farms recorded in the county during the 2012 U.S. Census. Recent Lands of America data shows that the average price-per-acre value of land and acreage for sale in Castro County is $1,307. On average, the price of land for sale was $1,416,570 (the most expensive listing being for $7.1 million) and the median acreage of land for sale in Castro County was 506 acres. Land for sale in Castro County totaled 10,842 acres and $14.2 million in overall land value, with the city of Dimmitt featuring the most land for sale in the county. Given its rural location and ecomony, farms and other agricultural acreage are the most common types of land for sale in Castro County.
Land for sale including Ranches in Castro County Texas
Property Type: Irrigated Farmland
Acres: 1,715 acres more or less
Price: $3,700.00 per acre
Taxes: Approximately $8,355.00
This farm was recently converted from sprinkler irrigation to irrigation utilizing buried drip lines. This change was made in order to more efficiently utilize water and to reduce labor requirements. Drip irrigation is reportedly 25 to 40% more efficient than sprinkler irrigation but is costly to install with typical costs being $1,400 to $2,000 per acre. The drip system was installed with wireless controls and all wells are electric which resulted in less labor required for irrigation. In additio
Ben G. ScottScott Land Company, LLC
$5,626,5001,705 acresDimmitt, TX79027 - Castro County
TAM ANNE FARM
Property Type: Irrigated Farm
Acres: 1,705 acres more or less
Price: $3,300.00 per acre
Taxes: Approximately $13, 600.00
Location: 10 miles west of Dimmitt
(1,705 Acres +/-) The northwest corner of this farm is located at the intersection of FM 1057 and US Hwy 86 with approximately 1 miles of highway frontage on Hwy 86. There are 18 irrigation wells, two tail water pits with lake pumps and six T&L sprinklers all which have long drops spaced on 80 centers. The area watered by the sprinklers includes an 85-acre partial circle, a 120-acre circle, a 152-acre circle, a 160-acre circle, a 180-acre circle and a 435-acre circle.
Approximately 12 miles SW of Happy, TX, this +/-1416 acre property makes an excellent cattle ranch with +/-527 acres of dry land cultivation and +/-889 acres of grass land/pasture. Nestled on the Swisher and Castro county line, this property is typical Panhandle terrain is quite romantic and picturesque for those seeking to take in the true feel of the High Plains. This property is broken into 3 tracts, which can be purchased separately or all together.
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Craig CooperTriangle Realty
$774,7251,165 acresDimmitt, TX79027 - Castro County
1,165+/- acres of which 156 acres are planted to improved grasses. The balance is currently being farmed as dryland, although there is infrastructure present for potential irrigation. The High Plains Water District shows 11 wells classified as current, four wells classified as abandoned, and eight wells classified as destroyed on the property. Of these wells, only two are currently in production and used for livestock water. The condition of the remainder is unknown. There is also a late 90's model one half mile sprinkler system on the farm. One of the previous uses of the property was to accept effluent water from a local corn mill.