DVR LAKE RANCH-LOGAN, NM
State: New Mexico
Property Type: All native grass ranch for livestock grazing/hunting/recreation
Acres: Total Acres 22,639.44 acres more or less (as represented by Seller)
Only Minutes to Walsenburg & Lathrop State Park
Gentle treed slope to the South multiple open spaces for multiple building spots.
Access Road Frontage along the North boundary of the property. Seasonal Creek along the Southern boundary of the property.
NO HOA, Coven...
1,428+/- Acres offered in 10 Tracts Ranging in Size from 2.5+/- to 319.5+/- Acres Secluded Lodge Style Country Home Potential Building Sites Pasture Tillable Land Grazing Creek Woodland Wildlife Hunting & Recreation Northeast of Eau Claire Northwest of Wausau Onl...
Approximately 195.515 acres of land and improvements located just south of the Missouri River with land on the north and south side of the railroad. The river front land is divided from the main rail lines.
There are 3 primary buiildings on the land: 1) An approximate...
The plains and agricultural areas in Yoakum County, Texas, contribute to a farming economy that's the third biggest in the nation. Recent Lands of America data showed the average price of farms for sale in Yoakum County ($7 million) was greater than the statewide average for Texas farms for sale. The average size of farms for sale in Yoakum County (5,280 acres) was also more than the state average for Texas farms for sale. Current land applications for farms for sale in Yoakum County include for agriculture and farming, livestock grazing, hunting and fishing and as residential property. Farms for sale in Yoakum County totaled $7 million. Browse all Yoakum County farms for sale on Lands of America to find the farm, cattle operation, hobby farm or other farm property that's right for your future business or individual needs.
Land for sale including Farms in Yoakum County Texas
An Institutional Class, Large Texas Irrigated Farm
A Large, improved two-tract farm in the desirable sand hills of northwest Yoakum County. This farm has a sustained history of producing various crops such as seed peanuts, peanuts, corn, cotton and sorghum. Recent improvements include new overhead electricity and a several mile long main pipeline, greatly impacting the efficient aggregation and movement of the large water resource. The many wells on the farm are all electric. The large, contiguous nature of the north tract, with the addition of the multi-valved main pipeline, creates sustainable irrigation options and flexibility for a farm operator. Contiguous tracts of this size are rare for the area.