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Adam Marshall
Lashley Land/The Land Leader
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Platte River Drycrop and Accretion

$1,720,000 384.42 Acres
Property ID 3178026


Co-Listed by Michael G. Lashley - 308-530-0134
Associate Broker - Adam Marshall - 308-440-1923
This is an incredible mile of Platte River accretion and dry land crop. For approximately one mile of the property you would have both sides of basically 3 channels. For the entire length of the property you would have one side of a braided channel of the Platte River. In one spot where 2 of the braided channels come together it creates a tremendous waterfowl shooting spot. There is an older farmhouse that has been fixed up to provide an excellent hunting cabin. Approximately 78 acres of dry crop that would prove to be an excellent food plot for deer and wild turkey. This property has it all. There are sandpits on the property for excellent pan fishing. All this just 15 to 20 minutes from downtown Kearney, Nebraska. It is one mile off of I-80. This is a unique opportunity to own a truly trophy class river spot.
AcresAccretion: 292.33Dry Crop: 77.99Farm House Site: 4.00Waste: 10.10TOTAL: 384.42
Legal DescriptionTownship 8 North, Range 18 West of the 6th P.M., Buffalo County, Nebraska: Section 7: Pt., more particularly described in attached ?Exhibit A?


3 miles south and 1 mile west of Elm Creek, Nebraska

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Adam Marshall

Lashley Land/The Land Leader

2218 East Walker Road
Platte, NE 69101

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