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Wild Horse Valley Farm

$1,785,000
  • Range/Pastureland
  • Irrigated Cropland
  • Non-Irrigated Cropland
Description: This is a productive farm consisting of 834.04 total acres being offered in four parcels located in Lincoln County, Nebraska.  Offering livestock and row crop production, this well maintained property has good access via black top, S Svea Dal Road and productive soils.  Located just 3 miles north and 5 miles east of Brady or 9 miles northwest of Gothenburg, this farm can be purchased all together or by individual parcel.  
Location:

Approximately 3 miles north and 5 miles east of Brady or 9 miles northwest of Gothenburg in Lincoln County, Nebraska.

Legal Description:

Parcel #1: Part of the SW1/4 Section 24-T13N-R26W of the 6th P.M., Lincoln County, Nebraska.

Parcel #2: Part of the SW1/4 and the E1/2 Section 24-T13N-R26W of the 6th P.M., Lincoln County, Nebraska.

Parcel #3: SW1/4 Section 13-T13N-R26W of the 6th P.M., Lincoln County, Nebraska.

Parcel #4: SE1/4 NE1/4 and E1/2 SE1/4 Section 11; and the E1/2 NE1/4 Section 14; all in T13N-R26W of the 6th P.M., Lincoln County, Nebraska.

Acres: 834.04
Taxes: $11,632.04 (2017)
FSA Info:

Parcel #1: Base Acres - 112.5 acres
Government Base Acres: Corn 110.8 acres with a PLC of 159 bu/acre;
Soybeans 1.7 acres with a PLC of 46 bu/acre

Parcel #3 and #4 are currently certified under the same farm and tract number.
Base Acres - 52.70 acres
Government Base Acres: Corn 51.9 acres with a PLC of 159 bu/acre;
Soybeans 0.8 acres with a PLC of 46 bu/acre

Irrigation Info:

Parcel #1: Well Registration A-007267
Completion Date 5/31/1953
Column 8”
Pump - Mid-America
Power Unit - 75 hp GE Electric motor
Control Panel - Allen Bradley
Pivot - 8 tower Reinke, equipped with drop nozzles, new in 2008

Parcel #4: Well Registration G-063393
Completion Date 6/13/1979 at 1,100 gpm
Well Depth 221’
Static Water Level 115’
Pumping Level 130’
Column 8”
Pump - Western Land Roller
Power Unit - 75 hp U S Electric motor
Well also supplies water to the irrigated portions of Parcel #3 via underground pipe.

NRD Info:

Wild Horse Valley Farm is located in the Twin Platte Natural Resource District and contains a total of
191.90 certified irrigated acres.

Soils:

Parcel #1: Cropland soils consist primarily of very productive Cozad and Hord silt loams, with lesser amounts of Coly-Uly silt loams.

Parcel #2: Consists primarily of Coly, Hobbs, and Uly silt loams with lesser amounts of Holdrege, Hord, and Hall silt loams.

Parcel #3: Cropland soils consist largely of Hord and Holdrege silt loams, with lesser amounts of
Uly-Coly silt loams. Pasture soils consist primarily of Uly, Coly, and Hobbs silt loams, with lesser amounts of Holdrege and Hord silt loams.

Parcel #4: Cropland soils consist primarily of Hord silt loams, with lesser amounts of Uly-Coly silt loams. Pasture soils consist predominantly of Uly and Coly silt loams, with lesser amounts of Holdrege and Hord silt loams.

Livestock Water:

Livestock water is provided by two wells equipped with submersibles, servicing four water sites.

Building Improvement:

Parcel #1: 2,400 sq.ft. slant wall machine shed with full concrete floor.

Parcel Price:

See detailed brochure for individual parcel price.

Price: $1,785,000