Spring Valley East Ranch
Bassett, Nebraska | County: Rock | 2295 Acres
Spring Valley East is located in the Nebraska Sandhills between Bassett and Burwell, Nebraska. The area is arguably some of the best ranch land in the Sandhills with excellent and consistent moisture conditions. Consisting of 2,295 deeded acres with 201 acres of pivot irrigated and additional irrigation rights to develop. The land can be purchased separately or in combination with the Spring Valley West Ranch.
Spring Valley East Ranch has extraordinary production with quality grassland and irrigated pivot lands, existing tree rows provide great protection and ideal location for the building site, plus water is plentiful.See More Details
Near Rose, Nebraska and between Burwell and Bassett, the ranch is located 28 miles south of Bassett, along paved Highway 183 together with a gravel County 854th Road. The ranch has excellent location in the most productive region of the Sandhills.
This area is known as some of the best cow-country in the US due to grassland quality and consistent moisture conditions, evidenced by the numerous market setting sale barns in the area. Marketing options are plentiful with satellite video options, sale barns and direct feedlot trade providing the revenue maximizing options for the area’s livestock producers.
The acreage for the ranch consists of the following land types:
130 Acres – pivot irrigated grassland
70 Acres – pivot irrigated alfalfa
97 Acres – NRD certified acres (permitted for irrigation development)
1,997 Acres – native sandhills grass
2,295 Acres – Total deeded
Wildlife consists of Mule Deer, Whitetail, Upland gamebirds and Waterfowl.
The ranch has minimal building improvements. There is an existing building site with a storage shed and open-faced shed.
The Ranch has about 7,000 feet of pipeline providing pure Sandhills water for the cattle from several wells with at least six windmills as additional sources.
The Ranch is fenced into multiple pastures for sustainable rotational grazing and has a number of mature windbreaks for winter protection.
There are two pivots being a full circle planted to grass and a half swing planted to alfalfa
Nebraska Department of Natural Resources indicates:
Well #G-049161 was drilled 3-19-1976, 250’ depth with 50’ static level, 78’ pumping level, pumping 900 gpm.
Well #G-131766 was drilled 1-20-1976, 250’ depth with 50’ static level, 78’ pumping level, pumping 900 gpm.
Well #G-164295 was drilled 10-17-2012, 260’ depth with 65’ static level, 95’ pumping level, pumping 900 gpm.
Well #G-163708 was drilled 3-15-2012, 280’ depth with 71’ static level, 96’ pumping level, pumping 900 gpm.
Spring Valley East Ranch has excellent access off of paved Highway 183. The Ranch has extraordinary production with quality grassland and irrigated pivot lands. Existing tree rows provide great protection and ideal location for the building site. Water is plentiful. The Ranch sits on top of the Ogallala Aquifer, which has been increasing in depth under the Ranch.
Taxes: $20,994.18 (2021)
Spring Valley East - $4,200,000
Spring Valley West - $6,300,000
Offering a 2% coop fee to buyer brokers.