346+/- acre farm and headquarters suitable for orchards, row crops and rice. $5,750,000 net cash to seller. Two large gated fields developed with drip irrigation along with a shop, yard, barns and housing. There's an elevated building pad at the end of a private airfield (suitable for solar) overlooking the farm, Coast Range and Sutter Buttes. Surface water via a high capacity concrete liner ditch.
Gross acres: 346 +/- acres divided into 2-large fields protected from access by gates, ditches and a canal. Approximate acreages; 200 and 110 net cropland acres. All fields are CCOF certified organic. There is a farm headquarters with a shop, yard, barns and housing. There are other parcels also available on this ranch. The 180-acre parcel in the whole-farm Virtual Tour has sold.
Multiple Water resources: (1.) Senior Sacramento River Settlement Contract water rights and district groundwater wells in Reclamation District 108. (2.) Sites Reservoir Development - Reclamation District-108 a member with water reserved. (3.) Untapped sustainable groundwater reserves overlaying the Colusa groundwater sub-basin.
Improvements: Two laser leveled fields on 9% grade with 24" turn-outs, wide roads, deep ditches & drains. The fields are developed for drip irrigation with underground tubing.
Soils: Enriched well-drained Sacramento clay with good infiltration. Laser-leveled on 9% grade for quick drainage. Walnuts flourishing on same soils nearby. CCOF certified organic. Dark basin floor, mixed-clayey-alluvial soils, with 4% soil organic matter. Explosive almond development on Krymsk rootstock replacing thousands of acres of rice (UCCE) in the Sacramento Valley.
Historically organic processing tomatoes on drip; sunflower seeds, organic rice, oil seeds, vine seeds, grains, feeds and legumes. Walnuts, almonds & vineyards nearby. Scalable supply-chain sustainable water asset.
Yields: Organic rice = 78-cwt/acre, organic safflower = 1.3-tons/acre. Tomato yields typically 40-60 ton/acre dependent on grower conditions.
Leases: Premium organic rents. Tenant waitlist. Leases, if mutually agreed upon, may be assumed, renegotiated or canceled upon closing. On site security may also be retained.
Due diligence required prior to contract. No contingencies sale. 10% deposit due on signing, 30-days to close. To be sold AS-IS. Williamson Act re-enrolled through 2027. No existing conservation easements.
Land suitable for orchards with walnuts, almonds and vineyards nearby. Multiple water resources supporting organic 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. Excellent recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast.