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Very nice Ranch with multiple buildings, tanks, trees and fields.
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Texas Cattle and Hunting Ranch Auction
26,867 Total Acres Offered in 22 Tracts and Combinations
Hudson Ranch | Wichita County, TX | 2% Buyers Broker Fee
May 12 10 AM CT
Minimum Opening Bid: $440 Per Acre Sells to Highest Bidder
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Lamb County is located in Texas. The county covers 1,018 square miles (651,392 acres), equaling zero percent of the state's total area. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Lamb County ranks 150th in terms of the size of its population (13,385, according to 2015 Census estimates). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 933 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 for sale in Lamb County is $1,229. The average listing price was $1,077,778 (the most expensive listing being for $5.3 million) and the median size of land and property for sale in Lamb County was 177 acres. Land for sale in Lamb County totaled 7,890 acres and $9.7 million in overall land value, with the city of Olton 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 Lamb County.
Bidding begins at 8:00 am CDT Friday, May 19th. This property will be offered in Three (3) Tracts. Bidding on all tracts will soft close at 12:00 noon CDT on Thursday, May 25th. **Soft Close means each Tract will extend in five minute increments until five minutes has elapsed with no new bids.
****When you are bidding, make sure you are bidding on the correct tract.****
This tract consists of an Office/Warehouse complex at the corner of US Highways 70 and 385 in Springlake, Texas.. There are approximately 3.6 acres in the tract. The office/warehouse is approximately 6,500 square feet, with 2 offices, mens and womens restrooms with a shower, break area, and a sales floor room. The warehouse has approximately 4,000 square feet
Eastern Lamb County 880 Acres
Region: South Plains
Property Type: Irrigated Farmland
Acres: 880 acres more or less
Price: $2,750.00 per acre
Taxes: Approximately $6,984.16
Location: 10 miles south of Olton, TX
The property is located south of Olton, Texas approximately 10 miles.
This excellent farm composed sandy, loam and loamy, sand soils consists of 880 acres more or less with the following improvements:
6 - mile center pivot sprinklers with low drops spaced on 60 centers.
4 - 3 tower center pivots to irrigate corners.
5 contiguous quarters with approximately 2,000 GPM.
Wells and pivots all connected by pipeline on the 5 quarters.
80 acres with a mile pivot irrigating a half
Ben G. ScottScott Land Company, LLC
$803,750321.5 acresHwy 385, Springlake, TX79082 - Lamb County
Productive irrigated farm in a good water area south of Springlake. 3 wells, 2 sprinklers. Farm has been well fertilized and maintained--good for growing wheat, cotton, and corn. Wells all on electricity, all 3 hooked together. 600 gal. total water on entire 1/2 section, per owner.
Year built: 2016
Price/Sq Ft: Price Unavailable
Springlake Feedyard is located 4.5 miles west of Earth, TX, at CR 99 and HWY 70. The yard is permitted for 10,000 head. It is a multifunctional yard with possible uses ranging from preconditioning to finishing cattle.
A layout of 63 pens. The capacity of the pens range from 250 to 50 head.
A self-contained lagoon system with on and off, heated cattle waterers. Water supplied by three on-site wells.
A fully-functional roller mill with Sar-Tech application system, leg, and 3 million pounds of grain storage. A new leg belt was installed in 2007 and only used for seven months.
One registered commodity scale and one registered cattle scale.
Diversified areas for handling cattle with a processing barn and a hospital
The facilities at this Grain Elevator include 2-500,000 lb. tanks; 2-1 mil lb tanks; 2-3 mil lb tanks; 1-6 mil lb tank; 36,000 lb pit; 1 leg reworked in 2009; horizontal augers and pans reworked 2010; 1 mil lb per day capacity dryer; 70 ft digital truck scales; insulated chemical storage building; 4-bay fertilizer storage barn; 50 x 100 metal barn with concrete floor; and a 3 bdrm 1 bath house. There is one domestic well for the house and the elevator.
This is the main operating elevator between Levelland and Springlake. This facility has received corn, milo, wheat, soybeans, and sunflowers in the past. The primary crops received by this facility in descending order of volume are milo, corn, sunflowers, and wheat. This elevator services a
Acres: 313.8 +/- Acres
Price: $ 1,095 per acre
Location: Lamb County, TX, 9 miles east of the West Texas town of Muleshoe, TX, 70 miles N.W. from Lubbock, about 100 miles S.W. of Amarillo. The land has highway access on HWY 70.
Comments: 308.3 Acres of this property are in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Land. CRP pays a yearly rental payment in exchange for farmers removing environmentally sensitive land from agricultural production and planting species that will improve environmental quality. This property has a contract through 2021 and is paid $14,490 annually to adhere to the Conservation Plan promoting plant diversity and wildlife benefits, while protecting soil and water resources. Existing grass
Jim LongSouthwest Ranch & Farm Sales
$340,000160 acresW. County Road 109, Earth, TX79031 - Lamb County
Nice flat 160 acres irrigated farm currently all in corn. It has 29 acres in Wildlife CRP at $45.00/ac. A 7 Tower Valley sprinkler and five wells nozzle package is for 400 GPM Cotton avg APH yield 1171#/ac, Wheat 52 bu / ac.
Vernie MooreM Edwards, REALTORS
$335,0009 acres3 Beds | 3 Baths | 2806 sqft881 FM 1843, Sudan, TX79371 - Lamb County
One of the most complete house, barn, shop combos that has been on the Lamb County market in quite some time. This home has it all, with a great modified open concept. This home is the epitome of classy, cozy living. Wonderful vaulted ceiling in living and game areas with great wood burning fireplace. East portion of the home had an addition in 2010 with great floor plan and unbelievable joint bathroom for the back two rooms. Home has large office and also a tucked away sewing or activity room off master which also boast an updated on suite with walkin in closet, wonderful tile shower and double vanity. Kitchen is equipped with electric induction cooktop and and stainless steel double ovens. Stainless Fridge stays with home as well. A ton o
This is a nice farm with many improvements. It is being cash leased to a very good farmer, for $18,000.00 per year. The tenant takes care of all the sprinkler and well repairs, making this farm a really nice investment. With a basic sprinkler insurance policy, this farm has an expected ROI of 6.3%. There are many depreciable assets including water wells and a sprinkler, that help shelter the income produced.
There are six submersible wells producing around 320 gpm during peak summer usage. The sprinkler and all the wells are tied together with 6 inch 80 psi PVC. There is another original well with a small pump in the hole. This well is a light producer and the owner will remove the pump and pipe prior to a sale. There is also a house
Eric TurpenClift Land Brokers
$250,000356.9 acresCR 75, Sudan, TX79371 - Lamb County
This two labor tract is good CRP land around the Sudan, TX area. This tract is 359.6 legal acres according to Tax Records and has 329.7 under CRP contract. CRP contract is in effect until September 30, 2020 at a rate of 41.34/acre. Land is in good grass cover and would also be very suitable for cotton and milo. Land has all-weather black top road on west side of property.
Monty EdwardsM Edwards, REALTORS
$155,00060 acres541 CR 74, Muleshoe, TX79347 - Lamb County
Amazing country home, private and secluded, that sits on 60 acres of grass. OWNER WILL CONSIDER OFFERS FOR JUST THE HOUSE AND 5-10 ACRES, JUST THE ACREAGE WITHOUT THE HOUSE, OR ENTIRE PROPERTY. 3/2/2 with 2 living areas, and 2 fireplaces. Current owners have done many updates to the home: new interior paint, refinished hardwood floors, new water lines, new roof. Property has it's own domestic well and septic system. There is also a barn with a brand new tin roof, and pens and fencing for raising animals. There is a large caliche pit on the property as well, a built in source of surfacing material for maintaining the driveway. This place is LAMB county, even though the address is Muleshoe. Muleshoe ISD, but transferring to Springla
Bruce & Phyllis BridgesTriangle Realty
$780,000400 acresHighway 168, Olton, TX79064 - Lamb County
10 Acres In Grapes Leaving 105.83 Acres To Expand On. 5 Acres Each Of Tempranillo & Cabernet Sauvignon. Root Stock 1103-p, 3rd Leaf. Spacing Is 4' By 10', Approx. 1,085 Vines Per Acre. Planted In 2011. Call Listing Agent For Details.