Bitter Creek Irrigated Farm Byron, Wyoming | County: Big Horn | Acres: 1,269
The Bitter Creek Irrigated Farm is an exceptional irrigated farm consisting of 1,269+/- acres located in the heart of northwestern Wyoming. The property has 939 irrigated acres by ten pivots. The property has good quality soils and exceptional water rights. The water on a large part of the farm is some of the earliest priority water in the Big Horn Basin.
Cochran County Irrigated Farm Morton, Texas | County: Cochran | Acres: 5,000
Cochran County Irrigated Farm is a 5,000+/- acre irrigated farm that is geared to organic crops located in Morton, Texas. This property has a great return on investment awhile growing organic alfalfa, triticale, and peanuts. The farm sits in a great location to sell hay to dairies up and down the South Plains, the Texas Panhandle, and into New Mexico.
KD Farms Benkelman, Nebraska | County: Dundy | Acres: 2,560
KD Farms is an income producing commercial farm in the highly sought-after Pleasant Valley Township of Dundy County in southwest Nebraska, between Benkelman and Imperial. Pleasant Valley is a long-time farming area where the land is better with soils capable of exceeding area averages. The farm comprises 2,560+/- acres including 640 acres of state of Nebraska lease and has 1,700 acres of pivot-irrigated lands with exceptional soil and water characteristics. Each pivot has three-phase power and a well for each of the 13 GPS enhanced pivots. The farm has historically been operated for No-Till soybean and corn rotation. The farm is adequately improved with two homes, three shops and 130,000 bu of grain storage bins.
Mato Grosso Mega Brazil Farm Bahia, Brazil | Acres: 69,000
The Mato Grosso mega farm is a fully operation soy, corn, cotton farm with 69,000 acres of active farmland with full infrastructure in place. The property consists of a total of 165,000 acres, 90,000 acres of forestland, 15,000 acres bush land that could eventually be high quality pasture of farmland. The farm also contains silos, grain warehouses with a replacement value of USD 30 million dollars. All permits are in place – including GPS title – plus infrastructure, which also includes workers housing a main house and offices.
Oklahoma Grounds Farm & Feedlot Optima, Oklahoma | County: Texas | Acres: 480
Grounds Farm & Feedlot is a unique property in the Oklahoma panhandle consisting of a total of 480+/- acres. Approximately 124 acres are irrigated farmland and 244.75 acres are enrolled in the CRP program. Improvements on this farm include a 6,000 head cattle-handling facility along with a beautiful Victorian main residence, manager’s residence, one-bed/bath apartment, shops, and several barns.
Brazil Citrus Plantation Para, Brazil | Acres: 33,300
The Brazilian Citrus Plantation consists of 33,300 acres fully titled, high quality, private property, being: 13,000 acres of fully formed pasture, 20,300 acres of forest land, and four miles of river water access with no restrictions to obtain unlimited water permits. Currently, the property has 2,500 head of cattle, to be sold off in the first three years. Tropical climate conditions, are perfect for citrus cultivation.
Knowles Farm Sterling, Kansas | County: Reno | Acres: 384
Offering buyers a substantial parcel of non-irrigated dry land fields, this farm has just come on the market. Owned by one family for 135 years, an investor wishing to participate as a absentee landlord will find this a good opportunity for future value and development while enjoying an annual income from crops. Mineral rights are included. It is a very attractive opportunity for established farmers as well, who wish to increase their acreage to take advantage of rising commodity prices. Wheat, Corn, Milo and Soybeans are grown, carefully rotated to follow good conservation principals. The farm's good soils and location in a highly productive farming area with many farmers wanting to lease land make this a very attractive offering. Land only. No improvements exist. Located south of Sterling Kansas, southwest of Hutchinson in Reno County.
Waterloo Farm Deming, New Mexico | County: Luna | Acres: 1,420
Waterloo Farm is well, watered farm in an area that grows specialty crops as well as hay, grain and cotton. This property is a larger farm and involves an underground drip irrigation system, which provides efficiency in water delivery for optimal production.
Wyoming Winter-Calving Operation Riverton, Wyoming | County: Fremont | Acres: 1,000
The Wyoming Winter-Calving Operation is business opportunity backed by a property developed for livestock wintering services which provides the feed base and facilities to winter and calve out 3,000 cows from November through April. The farm located in Central Wyoming is located 8 miles West of Riverton, Wyoming just off Highway 20/26. The area is well known as a feed production area in Wyoming due to plentiful water supplies, productive lands and mild, open winters. Situated on just over 1,000 acres, the operation involves growing 10,000 Tons of corn silage and 2000 tons of alfalfa hay complete with feeding and calving facilities consisting of living quarters, shops, barns, corrals, lots and feeding paddocks. The operation is a value-added business providing feed and service to livestock producers. The improvements are mostly newer and well designed for the business. The land is well fenced and capable of handling livestock with facilities in place for handling, feeding, watering and calving large groups of cattle. Adjoining lands offer further investment in a solar development program.
Sherman County Ranch Stratford, Texas | County: Sherman | Acres: 711
The 711+/-acre Sherman County Ranch is a very nice piece of expired CRP located in northeastern Sherman County in the Texas Panhandle. The diversity of cattle and crop production in the area will give a new owner several avenues. Access is great along Highway 54 between the towns of Stratford, Texas and Texhoma, Oklahoma.
Cheyenne County Farm Gurley, Nebraska | County: Cheyenne | Acres: 153
The Cheyenne County Farm contains 153 acres of cropland and pasture that is cross-fenced and has a well. This property offers a very attractive land package in a good and proven agriculture area with a mix of crop and pasture, which allows a mixed-use operation of crops and cattle.
Pamilco North Carolina Farm Pamilco, North Carolina | Acres: 4,591
Located near Pamilco, North Carolina this 4,591 contiguous acre land currently consists of timber and consists of 40+ average inches of rainfall supplying excellent water. This offering has excellent soils and can be converted to farmland with the capability of growing corn, soybeans and cotton.
Shoshone Ridge Farm Powell, Wyoming | County: Park | Acres: 230
The Shoshone Ridge Farm is located in Park County in the Northwest corner of the great state of Wyoming. This 229.72 +/ - acre property will allow the new owner to have multiple options including cattle, corn, barley, alfalfa and is easily accessible from Powell, Wyoming. The farm consists of 54 acres of ridge overlooking the Shoshone river valley with several great homesites. A great opportunity to own a farm in a strong agriculture community. Available as two separate parcels. Contact listing agent for more info.
1,500-Acre Brazilian Ranch and Coconut Farm Bahia, Brazil | Acres: 1,500
The Bahia Ranch is an ocean front cattle ranch with 1.2 miles of pristine white sand beaches in Bahia, Brazil. The property consists of a total of 1,500 acres, 580 acres is pasture land for cattle, 30 acres is dedicated to the house and pool, 240 acres are lakes and ponds, 230 acres is dedicated to coconut production, 15 acres is sand, and 405 is native trees/bush. The ranch area consists of enough grassland to support 250 head of cattle, this grassland can be upgraded and expanded into the coconut area. All permits are in place – including GPS title – plus infrastructure comprised of three homes, one being a owner’s house, roads and electricity.
27,668-Acre Brazilian Farming Operation Para, Brazil | Acres: 27,668
The Para, Brazil Farmland consists of two sections totaling 27,668 acres has all permits in place – including GPS title – plus infrastructure comprised of roads and electricity. The property is located between the municipalities near to Maraba and Para, Brazil, an area known for excellent weather, soils, and topography for cattle. No winters and harsh cold weather allows for production year-around, providing consistent operations. The vegetation of the area was traditionally forest area. The property consists of 9,000 acres of cattle pasture, with barbwire fencing in place, the remaining 18,668 acres is hardwood forestland.