This is a very nice operating commercial grain handling facility. It has a permitted capacity of 1,311,000 bushels and has an average annual volume, over the last eight years, of 1,814,099 bushels per year. The highest year being 3,301,235 bushels and the smallest year being 646,039 bushels during a drought.
The business is for sale along with most of the essential rolling stock, office furniture, and customer list. There are four employees that can run the operations of the facility, and they are interested in staying with the business.
The layout of this facility offers lots of flexibility in handling different crops in order of decreasing volumes: corn, milo, wheat, sunflowers, and soybeans. There is also the possibility to segregate certified organic crops.
Plenty of office space and storage is available for additional services. The location of this elevator is great for drawing grain in due to the lack of operational elevators to the south of Springlake. For more information on this property contact Eric Turpen at Clift Land Brokers.
This property offers both CRP and native grass. There is only fence on the west side of the CRP and it is in fair condition. The CRP ground is slightly rolling on this property and the annual CRP payment is $35.21/ac with the tenant getting 40 percent.
This property can be purchased by itself or with our adjacent listing 385 +/- acres in Beaver Co.
Located just 3 miles from Elmwood, Oklahoma, this property includes both CRP and native grass. The CRP ground on this property is rolling with old terraces and the native grass is rolling with some draws, providing good protection for cattle in winter. The northwest quarter has no fence on the south side as the tenant has leased the property to the south for many years. There is one wind mill with a large tank and overflow into a small earth tank. The annual CRP payment is $35.21 per acre with 40% going to the tenant.
This property can be purchased by itself or with our adjacent listing 80 +/- acres in Beaver Co.
This is a nice old dryland farm that was put into the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). There are a couple of Playa lakes, but they should not interfere with the irrigation potential of this farm. The seller’s have had several test holes drilled on the farm and that data is available for review upon request. This farm has great soils, and is in a high agriculture production area. If you are looking to expand or move into the area, this might be a great place to start.
This is a very nice, clean ranch in the south central part of Harper county. This property offers the blend of rolling hills to deep canyons. The grass has not been abused and offers plenty of grazing for new buyers. The canyons and draws offer great protection to cattle and wildlife all year long. Being 30 miles northwest of Woodward, this ranch would offer a close getaway with some outdoor recreation, hunting and fishing. If you are looking for a cow ranch that will offer some good wildlife, this ranch needs to be on your list.