This farm is currently being run as an organic hay farm with quality alfalfa and grass hay. There is one of the best wells in the valley at 3,000 gallon per minute. The well feeds a large center pivot and the balance is suface flood irrigation.
This is also a good hunting property with mule deer in the willows, along with quail and doves. The ranch is near a state run game refuge for ducks and geese. Many ducks and geese land in the fields and fly over.
1,004 foot center pivot that irrigates 85 acres. There is 2,600′ +/- of high pressure 8″ main line that feeds the center pivot and 4,500′ +/- of 12″ low pressure main line.
Soils are a good sandy loam with a good balance of clay to sand for alfalfa or grass.
Owner is currently running the ranch as an organic operation under his brother-in-laws certification. Owner is close to getting his organic certification for the ranch.
The farm is being sold without the house and 10 acres, however, the house is also for sale separately. The owner will be retiring
The property borders a paved county road on the full east border of the ranch with good access points.
Baxter Creek runs through the middle of the property, but can be an un-reliable source of irrigation water in dry years.