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1026 acres in Adams County, Washington

$599,000 1026 Acres
Property ID 2568563


PASTURE FOR LEASE WITH GREAT ROAD ACCESS TO MARKETS - Located in Eastern Washington?s central basin, this property is a dryland wheat ranch with plenty of upside. There are currently approx. 400 acres farmed (alternate fallow years) and the remainder is expired CRP that is currently leased for dry pasture land. This land has potential for either removing the CRP sod and returning the land to cropland, renewing the CRP for additional income, or continuing to graze it for pasture. The pasture will carry approximately 100 AUM?s for half the year. There is a tenant in place for the crop acres and he would like to continue leasing the land under a longer term lease. He would also consider expansion to farm more of the acreage. The FSA proven yield report shows 35-40 bushels per acre in the area, with alternate fallow years. Typically this area grows soft white winter wheat, but there is some hard red wheat grown there, too. Approximately 70 acres of land is in small parcels within the town site of Lind. Most of these have access to the city water source.

Property is located adjacent to the south side of Lind, Washington. Following Lind-Hatton Highway on the east side of RR Right of Way.

For additional information, please contact Flo Sayre, Agent, at (509) 544-8944 or (509) 539-3161.

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