In close proximity to Dalhart, Texas, this full section of undivided grassland with the necessary improvements to support normal agricultural uses with good water, including an existing irrigation well. The property is ideal for raising crops and/or grazing cattle. In the southeast corner of the section, there are a set of pens perfect for holding cattle if needed. The possibilities are endless with this property located in a prime agricultural region in the Northwest Texas Panhandle.
Property Info and Links Water: Currently, there are 5 older wells including a recently improved irrigation well on the property and have the potential to provide good water for either irrigation or livestock. There is also an old windmill on the property that could be operable again.
Hunting: Antelope and coyotes have been seen on the property. However, the land has not been used for hunting in the recent past.
History: Throughout the years, the has been used for grazing.
Improvements: The farmland has 5 wells, including an irrigation well. There is also an older windmill on the property and holding pens in the southeast portion of the section.
Minerals: 100% of the mineral and wind rights will be retained by seller.
Landscape: The large section of land is unobstructed by playa lakes or creek beds. It is very flat and immediately accessible for farm usage. The soils here within are listed with accompanying percentages for are of interest totaling 100%: Gruver loam (GrA) 75.6%; Sunray loam (SuA) 12.6%; Conlen loam (CoB) 5.1%; Dumas loam (DuA) 3.1%; Dumas loam (DuB) 1.8%; Dallam fine sandy loam (DfA) 0.9%; Ness clay (Ne) 0.8%.
Exclusions: There are no exclusions.
Zoning/Easements: The farm is outside any municipality and not zoned. There are no known easements that adversely affect operation of the farm. It is anticipated that all existing easements will be identified by surveys performed in connection with the sale process.
Water Conservation District: The property is located in the North Plains Groundwater Conservation District.
Area: The farm lies in north central Hartley County about 2 miles off U.S. HWY 54.
Access: The property is about 2.5 miles east of U.S. Highway 54, located on the corner of paved FM 998 and dirt road County Road E.
Price Per Acre: $1000/acre
West leaving Dalhart on Hwy 54 approximately 2 miles to FM 998. South on FM 998 for 2.5 miles to CR E. Property sits on southeast corner of CR E & FM 998.