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Near Highway 287 adjoins BLM Land with Creek
This Property Is Priced to Sell Quickly!
40 Acres near Rawlins, Wyoming adjoining 640 Acres of BLM Land to the North. Separation Creek flows through the BLM Land that adjoins this property to the North.
Procedures & Features
Located 8 miles west and 2 north from Hayes Center, all parcels border county roads in T7N-R34W, Hayes County, Nebraska. The farm sells in parcels at Absolute Auction. In the Middle Republican NRD, all Certified acres have 17.18 inches water for 2017. Parcels 1-3 include 527.3 acres corn base at 120 bu.; 127.5 acres wheat base at 42 bu. Parcel 4 includes 172.7 acres corn, 41.7 acres wheat base. Title Insurance Commitment, Purchase Agreement, and information is available from Agri Affiliates.
Parcel 1 : Southwest portions of Section 21; assessed as 252 acres, 2016 taxes $5,540. 206 acres pivot irrigated, 46 acres rangeland corners. Well G-037225 at 1,200 gpm, 172 ft pumping level; US Electric 150 hp motor, WLR pump
The offering includes 1,281 acres including 656 acres of pivot irrigated cropland, dryland corners, grass tracts and building sites together with assignment of 640 acres of State of Nebraska agriculture lease. The property is available in four tracts and located between Hayes Center and Imperial, Nebraska in the southwestern portion of the state. The property is conducive to crop and livestock farming with good water & soil characteristics. The farms are located in Middle Republican Natural Resource District and the wells are all registered and in compliance with the State of Nebraska. There are two complete sets of buildings and a third building site. The farms are priced individually and can be purchased separately or in combination. The
Pivot Irrigated Cropland
These 3 quarters are primarily level to gently rolling pivot irrigated crop ground with 3 Valley pivots and irrigated from a 2013 well. Seller tells us that this farm will raise over 250 bushel corn. The irrigation equipment is all modern and was running upon recent inspection. The one well is all electric and conveniently located along the main road for easy access. Corn is planted on all three quarters. It is tall and dark green. Seller has been planting the corners.
Make plans to add this irrigated farm to your operation!
2014 TAXES: $13,724.72
1,230 +/- acres pasture
Pt. N1/2 Section 35-T5N-R33W,W1/2 Section 36-T5N-R33W - Hayes County
Pt. Section 2, Pt. S1/2 Section 3, Pt NE1/4 Section 10, NW1/4 Section 11 all in T4N-R33W Hitchcock County, Nebraska
-Good 4 wire fence, 4 tanks, and 1 sets of corrals
-All contiguous pasture with highway access
- Immediate Possession upon Closing
-Additional 130+/- acres of pasture, and 92+/- acres of dryland located on adjacent school land lease.
-Also available contiguous 188+/- acres of pasture, and 55+/- acres of CRP.
Location: From Wallace, Nebraska the property is 10 1/2 miles southeast on Hwy 25, then 1 1/2 south on Avenue 359, then 1/2 mile east on Road 748. From Hayes Center, the property is located 12 miles northwest on Hwy 25, then west 1 1/4 miles on Road 748.
Legal Description: NE1/4, N1/2SE1/4, Pt. S1/2SE1/4 Section 18-T8N-R33W of the 6th P.M., Hayes County, NE.
Acres: 239.12 tax assessed acres
Taxes: 2015 taxes payable in 2016 - $2,114.26
Land Use: 166.6 acres of dryland, 67.1 acres of winter range, and 5.4 acres of roads.
Soils: 33.8% Class II, McCash very fine sandy loam with 0 to 3% slopes; 15.9% Class III, Jayem loamy very fine sand with 0 to 3% slopes; 46.9% Class IV, Sarben loamy very fine sand with 0 to 9% slope.