336+/- acres with FSA Base suitable for orchards, row crops and rice. $5,040,000 net cash to seller. Walnuts adjacent - almonds & vineyards nearby.
To Buy: Due diligence required prior to contract. A 10% deposit is due upon signing with 30-days to close escrow. This is a no-contingencies sale to be sold as-is. Williamson Act re-enrolled through 2027. No existing conservation easements, government contracts or encumbrances.
Gross acres: 336 +/- acres. Two nice large fields with approximate net-cropland acreages; 174 and 133 +/- acres historically farmed organic, now managed conventional.
Multiple Water Resources: (1.) U.S Department of Interior | Bureau of Reclamation, senior Sacramento River Settlement Contract water rights and district groundwater wells in Reclamation District-108. These recently renewed contracts extend strong senior water rights on the federal Central Valley Project to district landowners. This high-quality, sparkling alpine surface water stored in Shasta Reservoir provides all of the farm's irrigation needs. These Sacramento River "Settlement Contractors", with 100% allocation, enjoy some of the most productive water resources in the State of California. (2.) There are also untapped sustainable groundwater reserves overlaying the Colusa sub-basin. (3.) Additionally there is the Sites Reservoir Development in nearby Maxwell, upstream the Sacramento River. The Sites Reservoir proposed storage capacity is estimated at 1.4 million acre feet. Reclamation District-108 is a participating member.
Improvements: 2 large sized laser-leveled fields on 9% grade with 24" turn-outs. Wide roads, deep ditches & drains. Engineered for high-volume irrigation & drainage and developed for drip irrigation with underground pipe and drip tape.
Soils: High-production enriched well-drained Sacramento clay with good infiltration. Walnuts flourishing on same soils next door. Historically farmed organic, now conventional. Dark basin floor, mixed-clayey-alluvial soils, with 4% soil organic matter. Explosive almond development using Krymsk rootstock replacing thousands of acres of rice (UCCE) in the Sacramento Valley.
Historically organic tomatoes on drip; sunflower seeds, organic rice, oil seeds, vine seeds, grains, feeds and legumes. Walnuts adjacent with almonds & vineyards nearby. Scalable supply-chain sustainable water asset.
Leases: Premium rents - tenant waitlist. Leases, if mutually agreed upon, may be assumed, renegotiated or canceled upon closing.
Land suitable for orchards with walnuts next door. Multiple water resources supporting tomatoes, sunflowers and rice. Luxuriant soils developed over years of organic farming. Leased to strong local producers contracting with global companies. Highly productive water district North of the Delta. 100% allocation. Untapped sustainable groundwater reserves overlaying the Colusa sub-basin.