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Hadley Perkins
Hadley Perkins
Clift Land Brokers
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Properties of Hadley Perkins with Clift Land Brokers in Amarillo, TX

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$1,749,874 330.17 acres
Bushland, Texas 79012 - Potter County

Bushland Ranch and Development

This recreational property has development potential being only two miles from Bushland High School and minutes away from Amarillo. A diverse terrain including big trees, creek bottom, and varying elevation gives this tract of land a large ranch feel. Farm to Market 2381 provides blacktop access along the entire eastern boundary making this a great investment opportunity to subdivide tracts in the future. Current owner will entertain selling all or in pieces, but would like to keep partial inquires over 40 + acres.
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$1,650,000 640 acres
Pringle, Texas 79062 - Hutchinson County

Irrigated Farm Hutchinson Co

There are four wells in production on this section for a total of 1,950+/ gpm on 376+/ irrigated acres or 5.19 gpm/wet acre. Three of the wells combine to produce 1,750+/gpm and the fourth well is at 200+/gpm per operator. Two 7.9l and one 8.1l Cummins engines provide power to the big wells. A GM genset with a sub is on the fourth well. Although the wells are currently being powered by natural gas, there is threephase electricity present. The farm was developed in 2015 with new equipment; the three pivots are Zimmatics with NFTrax plastic tires. Dirt work has been done on what looks to be low spots on the aerial, and although every wet acre has been planted in the past, only 358+/ have been certified due to the playa lake on the north end
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$1,500,000 1,135.3 acres
Hereford, Texas 79098 - Deaf Smith County

1135 Acre Diverse Farm Deaf Smith Co TX

This diverse large acre tract is in an area that rarely has land offered for sale publicly. There are five irrigation wells on the cultivated ground which are all tied together. The High Plains Groundwater District recently flow metered four of the wells with results being 188, 170, 115, and 70 gallons per minute. The fifth well needs pump repair, but the seller has no reason to believe that there are any problems with the hole itself. Water is dispensed by two towable Valley Sprinkler Systems, one on each half section. Stock water is provided to the grass by a solar powered well. The seller will entertain selling the grass separate from the farmland and vice versa.
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$774,725 1,165 acres
Dimmitt, Texas 79027 - Castro County

1,165 Acres Farmland Dimmitt, TX

1,165+/- acres of which 156 acres are planted to improved grasses. The balance is currently being farmed as dryland, although there is infrastructure present for potential irrigation. The High Plains Water District shows 11 wells classified as current, four wells classified as abandoned, and eight wells classified as destroyed on the property. Of these wells, only two are currently in production and used for livestock water. The condition of the remainder is unknown. There is also a late 90's model one half mile sprinkler system on the farm. One of the previous uses of the property was to accept effluent water from a local corn mill.
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$653,564 436 acres
Hart, Texas 79043 - Castro County

436 acres in Castro County, Texas

PRICE REDUCED 436 +/- acres of irrigated farmland and grassland adjacent to Running Water Draw in Castro County. There is one submersible well located in the NW corner and one natural gas turbine well located at the pivot. Both wells provide a combined estimated 465 gallons per minute. A Valley pivot irrigates 190 acres and provides 2.45 gallons per minute per wet acre. Recent rains in the area have the grass looking good and ready to graze. The property has some roll to it with picturesque views.
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