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Sheridan County Ranch

Rushville, Nebraska | County: Sheridan | 310 Acres

Property Information

Sheridan County Ranch is a productive farm and ranch combination consisting of 310+/- acres located just south of Rushville, Nebraska along NE State Hwy 250. The ranch is an excellent feed producer with 101 acres irrigated, creek bottom & upland grassland, a home and complete set of building improvements.

​​​​​​​Sheridan County Ranch is well cared for property providing a quality forage or crop production unit and capable of handling livestock.
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ACREAGE
Sheridan County Ranch consists of 310 acres.  The 101 irrigated acres are irrigated by 2 small pivots and have water rights from 2 irrigation wells listed below.  The wells are typically pumping from 85 to 100 feet in depth.  There is about 20 acres of dry cropland, and the balance is pasture and building sites.  Rush Creek bisects the property along the western boundary providing excellent grass pasture with upland pasture on the north end of the property.   The property is cross-fenced and there are 3 electric domestic/stock wells.  A large tree windbreak runs north and south in the middle portion of the property providing excellent protection.

Irrigation detail:
North Pivot  – 2016 4 Tower Reinke
South Pivot – 7 Tower Zimmatic wiperWell Registration Nos.
G-147286  North pivot - drilled 220 feet, on 3/18/2016, pump tested at 470 GPM
G-067002  South pivot - drilled 106 feet, on 4/23/1985, pump tested at 200 GPM

IMPROVEMENTS
The headquarters site includes a full complement of buildings including the following:
Home – remodeled wood frame, metal roof, 3 bed/1 bath, 1,640 sf + 800 sf basement
2003 Quonset – 3600 sf
1990 Machine Shed – 1680 sf
1963 Metal Shop – 960 sf
1960 Shed – 1440 sf
Corrals and fences

SUMMARY
Sheridan County Ranch is well cared for property providing a quality forage or crop production unit and capable of handling livestock.  The current operator used the property to winter a large number of cattle.  The ranch would make a good cattle and or horse ranch with additional income from cash crops.  The proximity to a viable small community and paved state road access makes this a desired investment.