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Emmons County North Dakota Land for sale

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$3,700,000 711 acres
Highway 1804, Bismarck, ND 58544 - Emmons County

Schiermeister Irrigated Potato Farm / Hunting Land

This farm is located 30 minutes south of Bismarck, ND on highway 1804 just past the Hazleton boat launch. The farm consists of 711+/- acres of which 421 are irrigated and are dryland crop and an additional acres of natural grass lands. The irrigation system has 5 center pivots, pumps, diesel engine and generators at pivots along with underground piping to all 5 pivots. All water permits from the Missouri river and pump site permits go with this farm. The irrigated ground on this farm is some of the highest taxed land in the county because of its production level. This soil type is perfect for growing potatoes and the ground holds 2" of water per foot of soil, which is great retention for growing quality potatoes. The dryland crops
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$2,500,000 752.44 acres
Hazelton, ND 58544 - Emmons County

752.44 acres Hazelton, ND

LAND FOR SALE 752.44 Acres - Emmons County, ND 6054 Highway 1804, Hazelton, ND Price: $2,500,000 Property Note: This property features 750 +/- acres of high quality cropground with excellent access along Hwy 1804 just 30 miles south of Bismarck. 540 +/- acres of irrigated cropground with state of the art systems and technology. 90 +/- acres of dryland crop along with 120 +/- acres of habitat make up the remainder of the property. What a great setup! Highway access to this irrigated farm includes two water permits and a 250 hp 3300 gpm 95 psi VFD floating pump located next to the boat ramp. Water source is the Missouri River. All systems can run simultaneously with the exception of two that must
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