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Henderson County, IL 52 Acres is a very unique organic farm with a 6 tower Reinke irrigation system with a 30 horsepower well. The well produces around 700 gallons per minute, which allows the grower to apply at least .5 inches per day. The irrigation system waters around 42 acres. There is a possibility of a large tax write-off with the irrigation system and the well/pump - contact your tax consultant for specifics.
This property is planted to rye this year and will be able to be certified as organic for the 2017 crop year (which means the year needed to transition it to organic have been taken care of). The current landowner/tenant is willing to rent the farm back for $300 a watered acre. Over the last 2 years, there has been a total of 4 to 5 tons of turkey manure applied per acre to maintain the fertility.
There are 5.3 acres enrolled in a CRP program. And there is potential for a few different home sites.
The 52 acres are located on the north edge of Oquawka, IL in Henderson County It is located very close to the Mississippi River, but isn't in a floodplain, and is a couple miles from Big River State Forest.
42.7 tillable acres
Reinke irrigation system
30 horsepower well
Able to be certified as organic for the 2017 crop year
5.3 acres of the farm are enrolled in a CRP program
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