Hamilton County Industrial
- F-1-Flex district zoning providing a wide range of commercial and industrial opportunities.
- Natural gas, three-phase electricity, and City of Aurora sewer are all available along with a high-capacity water well providing access to the area’s abundant ground water.
- Located along Nebraska’s HWY 34 corridor - home to numerous other successful commercial/industrial/agricultural businesses, including the adjacent anhydrous ammonia facilities, pet food processor, and freight carrier.
From Aurora, Nebraska, 4 miles west on US Hwy 34 to N L Road in central Hamilton County, Nebraska. 6½ miles off of Interstate 80.
A tract of land comprising a part of the Southeast Quarter (SE¼) of Section Thirty-four (34), Township Eleven (11) North, Range Seven (7) West of the 6th P.M., Hamilton County Nebraska [39.14 tax-assessed acres].
Upper Big Blue Natural Resource District [37.12 certified irrigated acres] with no pumping restrictions.
Hastings silt loam, with slopes ranging from 0-1%. Currently gravity irrigated cropland with near level topography making for an excellent commercial or industrial site.
Existing farm lease expiring on February 28, 2021.
Well Information: G-162223
Completion Date: 3/2/2012
Well Depth: 220 feet
Static Water Level: 100 feet
Pumping Level: 108 feet
Column: 8 inches
Gallons/Minute: 800 gpm
Motor: Case IH Diesel 4 cylinder (tenant owned)
Gearhead: Amarillo 80hp 6:5
Total Farmland: 37.05 acres
Total Cropland: 37.05 acres
Government Base Acres: Corn - 36.70
PLC Yields: Corn - 192