This easy accessible property on FM 1573 payment road has a mixture of dryland and irrigated acres. It features a 2011 Zimmatic 1/2 mile sprinkler that is getting water supply from 5 electric wells. Owner has been growing 1/2 of the circle to cotton with excellent yields. Priced to sell!
Water: There are 5 electric submergible wells producing 600 Gallons Per Minute.
Hunting: This area is known for excellent pheasant hunting in addition to the occasional quail and deer.
History: Over the years, the owner has primarily produced cotton crops and dryland milo.
Improvements: On the property, there are a total of five electric wells and one - 2011 Zimmatic sprinkler.
Minerals: There are no mineral rights available for purchase with this property from the current owner.
Landscape: The land is mostly flat and readily available for farming practices. The soils here within can be are listed with the accompanying percentages with total area of interest equaling 100%: Dalhart fine sandy loam (DaA) 37.96%; Dalhart fine sandy loam (DaB) 18.26%; Gruver clay loam (GrA) 12.8%; Karde soils (KaC) 10.97%; Sunray clay loam (SuA) 7.4%; Spurlock loam (SpB) 5.3%; Ness clay (Ne) 4.02%; Dumas loam (DuA) 2.14%; Sunray clay loam (SuB) 1.16%.
See soil report for more information.
Exclusions: The current crops will be excluded from the sale of this property.
Zoning/Easements: The property is outside of any municipality so is not zoned. There are no known easements that would affect operation of the farm. It is anticipated all existing easements will be identified by surveyors.
Water Conservation District: The property lies within the North Plains Groundwater Conservation District.
Area: The farm is located in south central Sherman County.
Access: FM 1573 runs along the south side of the property.
Directions: From Sunray, TX travel North on FM 119 for 7 and a half miles. Turn West on 1573 and continue for 7 miles. You will arrive at the SE corner of the property.