The Lackman Pivot provides an opportunity to own a producing 327.96-acre farm with excellent soil and water characteristics in a proven farming area, multi-source irrigation water with both district surface rights and a strong well. The farm has good soils and is irrigated with one pivot plus provides a residential living area.
The Lackman Pivot provides an opportunity to own a producing 327.96-acre farm with excellent soil and water characteristics in a proven farming area.
Located in the North Platte River Valley and in both Nebraska and Wyoming, the farm is near Torrington, Wyoming and adjoins the small town of Lyman, Nebraska.
Scotts Bluff County, NE – 203.10 acres
Goshen County, WY – 124.86 acres
Total: 327.96 acres
The farm has 190 acres irrigated with a 2009 Reinke center pivot, which is 1,544’ in length and equipped with GPS controls.
Irrigation water is available from surface and well water as follows:
Gering-Ft. Laramie ID – 165 acres
Goshen ID – 103 acres
Well – Registration #G-058326 completed 8/1977, test output 1,850 GPM with new motor in 2016
Soils are Class 2, 3 & 4 with Mitchell Silt Loam, Buffington Silty Clay Loam and Yockey Loam represented. Crops grown in the area range from corn, wheat and hay to sugar beets, silage and other specialty crops.
Improvements include a 1,188 square foot, three-bedroom, one-bath single family home, built in 1930, a detached 20 x 18 garage, 19 x 10 loafing shed, and two farm utility buildings (24 x 12) and (16 x 16).
2018 Real Estate Taxes: