The Baum Farm contains approximately 1,005 +/- acres of a very good mix of native grasses with a gentle rolling terrain. Currently there are 910.8 acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program paying $32,971.00 per year. This current contract will expire in the fall of 2017. The farm is located 15 miles north of Dalhart, Texas on Hwy 385, one mile east to the southwest corner of the property.
Broker(s): Zurick Labrier
Dalhart, Texas is a thriving agricultural community situated in the northwest corner of the Texas Panhandle. Sitting on the county lines of Dallam and Hartley Counties, Dalhart is home to a variety of agriculture avenues. Ranchers and farmers have long produced cattle and crops for market in this area of the panhandle. Feeder and fat cattle as well as cow/calf markets have thrived in this part of the state for years beginning with the XIT Ranch in 1885 that spanned 3,000,000 acres! Farmers in Dallam and Hartley County have successfully raised corn, wheat, and silage for many years as well. Most recently the Hilmar Cheese processing plant helped to boost the local economy bringing many dairies to the area and helping to provide more job opportunities. Numerous feedyards also call this area home providing jobs for the workforce as well as a market for cattle and crops. Considering all of the related businesses, this is an exciting place to own property and call home!
Of the 1,005 acres offered for sale, approximately 910.8 acres are enrolled in the CRP program. This contract is paying $32,971.00 per year and will expire in 2017.
This farm lies in the North Plains Groundwater Conservation District based out of Dumas, Texas. All rules and regulations are filed and administered through this office. Please check with this office for further clarification of these rules.
Take a look at a nice piece of CRP with a great return on your investment. This is an area with a lot of agriculture diversity and many opportunities!