320+/- Acres of Valley County Pivot Irrigated Cropland, Hard Grass Pasture and Building Site

ID# 3698

$1,250,000

Description: Pivot Irrigated Cropland, Hard Grass Pasture and Building Site For Sale In Valley County, Nebraska.

Location: From the junction of Highways #70 & #58 East of Arcadia, NE travel 1.5 miles West on Highway #70, then 1 mile North on 471 Ave to the property on the west side of the graveled county road and marked by Wolf Inc. signs.

Legal Description: The East Half of Section 16, Township 17 North, Range 15 West of the 6th P.M. Valley County, Nebraska.

Acres: 320+/- tax assessed acres

2018 Real Estate Taxes: $12,974.58

FSA Information: 2019 records indicate 184.37 cropland acres with 74.58 base acres of corn and 64.12 base acres of soybeans.

Certified Irrigated Acres: 166.79 acres.

Water Information: Nebraska Department of Natural Resources indicates Well #G-023259 was drilled 12-16-2011, 420’ depth with 98’ static water level, 211’ pumping level, pumping 700 gpm.

Improvements: 1990’s Reinke 7 tower North pivot with major rebuild in 2015, 2012 Reinke 5 tower middle pivot, 2012 Reinke 5 tower south pivot. Electric pivots with roto-phase at well site. Pivot watering pattern is more efficient running counter clockwise. One pivot can be ran at a time. Cat diesel power unit with radiator, Amarillo gear head, three pivot control panels, 500 gallon fuel tank. There is an as-is older building site with a four bedroom, one bath home, with propane furnace, single attached lean-to garage, other older outbuildings.

Broker's Comments: This is an opportunity to purchase a well-balanced unit with recent irrigation equipment on productive Valley County cropland along with hard grass pasture and older building site.

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