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Location: The property sits on the Perkins County line 12 1/2 miles north of Grant, Nebraska or 7 miles south of Ogallala, then 4 miles west on Road West 20, then 1 mile south on Road West D.
Legal Description: NE1/4 Section 19-T12N-R39W of the 6th P.M., Perkins County, Nebraska.
Acres: 160.39 tax assessed acres
Taxes: 2016 real estate taxes payable in 2017 - $4,653.18
Land Use: 130 acres pivot irrigated and 25.7 acres dry cropland pivot corners.
FSA Info: 160.28 acres cropland; Corn Base 74.49 Ac at 151 Bu; Wheat Base 43.6 Ac at 64 Bu; Oats Base 0.68 Ac at 43 Bu; Soybeans Base 7.97 Ac at 51 Bu; Barley Base 1.52 Ac at 37 Bu; Grain Sorghum Base 0.33 Ac at 34 Bu; Sunflower Base 0.51 Ac at 744 lbs.
Water: Well Registra
This parcel contains approximately 110 acres of organic pasture, an excellent mixture of grasses are present and provide a hearty meal to the cattle. Many species of wildlife frequent the property such as deer, pheasant, quail, waterfowl and it is not uncommon to see a fox or coyote trotting across the property.
Excellent access to the property is provided by a very good county gravel road along the south side, and approximately 1/2 mile west of HWY 61.
Power runs along the property’s south boundary.
Property specifics consist of 110.78ac of pasture/grass, 46.8ac of WRP (Wetland Reserve Program), and 3.99ac of Roads and Waste.