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Frontier County Farm on Medicine Creek

$750,000
  • Sub-Irrigated Alfalfa Bottom
    Rangeland
    Dry Cropland
    Wildlife Paradise

Notice: UNDER CONTRACT!
Description: 356 Acres in Frontier County, Nebraska | Sub-Irrigated Bottoms | Rangeland | Dry Cropland - An amazing opportunity to own a wildlife paradise along the banks of Nebraska's Medicine Creek!
Location:

SE of Stockville, Nebraska in Frontier County.

Legal Description:

E1/2NE1/4; NE1/4SE1/4; Pt SE1/4SE1/4 of Section 11-T6N-R27W and SW1/4; SW1/4SE1/4 of Section 12-T6N-R27W of the 6th P.M., Frontier County, Nebraska

Acres: 356.14
Taxes:

2021 taxes payable in 2022 $3,507.86

Land Use:

265.95 acres rangeland, 71.57 acres sub-irrigated alfalfa bottoms, 17.31 acres dry cropland, .71 acres farm site. Property is subject to a farm lease expiring February 28th, 2023.

Soils:

Cropland consists of 47.9% McCook silt loam, occasionally flooded, 17.7% Hord silt loam, 17.3% Hobbs silt loam, and 13.4% McCook silt loam, rarely flooded.

FSA Info:

133.95 ac cropland with 10.5 ac wheat base at 38 bu/ac PLC yield, 3.5 ac oat base at 48 bu/ac PLC yield, and 59.5 ac corn base at 87 bu/ac PLC yield.

Improvements:

An old home, barn and shed are located on the property.

Price: $750,000
Comments:

This once-in-a-lifetime property has diverse qualities that really launch it into a “Wildlife Paradise”. This property is just the right size and land use mix making it the perfect balance for agricultural production or recreational use with income potential. The productive sub-irrigated alfalfa bottoms lined with hardwood trees make this desirable habitat, abundant in wildlife. This is fantastic terrain and cover for big game. The Medicine Creek meanders through the property providing live water, and adding to its recreational value. Remote enough to entice the avid outdoorsman but still with great access. Located within 15 minutes of the Harry Shrunk Reservoir.
From an agricultural perspective the rangeland combined with sub-irrigated bottoms and dry cropland would be a nice addition to an existing operation or starter place.