Castro Co. Farm


  • Price: $1,800,000
  • Total Acres: 960
  • Irrigated Acres: 720
  • Dryland Acres: 205
  • Grass Acres: 34
  • Taxes: $4,993
  • Mineral Rights: no reservations

Located two miles north of the old Tam Anne Gin on FM 1057, then one mile east on County Road 614 to the SW corner of the property.

Latitude: 34.566583
Longitude: -102.48528

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SOLD

In western Castro County we are proud to offer 960 + acres of very productive farmland. There are six pivots that are used in rotation between summer and winter crops. The current tenant grows a mix of cotton, corn, wheat, and summer and spring silage. The current tenant does an exceptional job of farming this property with minimum tillage practices, and would like to continue farming the property if possible. There is a crop-share agreement through the completion of 2020 summer crops. This property is not restricted by wind turbines.
Acreage: Consisting of one and one-half sections adding up to 960 acres of prime farmland. There are 720 +/- acres under pivot irrigation, and the remainder of the land is dryland corners. Four of the corners are recently planted to permanent grass.
Improvements: There are six center pivots of varying makes and models. There is an older T&L sprinkler on Circle 1 that will be replaced with a new machine this summer. All the sprinklers are included and are in very good condition, have 38” tires, booster pumps, flow meters, and LDN nozzles on 60” centers. All the sprinklers are nozzled at 550 gpm and two of them are ran at a time. There are fertilizer tanks, fertigation pumps, and FieldNet systems on all the sprinklers. The equipment that is owned by the Tenant can be purchased. There is a metal barn with a concrete floor, a small farmhouse, and a domestic well in the center of the property.
Water: There are fourteen submersible wells making a combined 1,100 gpm throughout the season. A new well F was recently drilled and will replace Well E, that will no longer be used. One well is not used to provide a spare well in case of a breakdown in the summer. The 1,100 GPM is solid throughout the summer with using twelve of the fourteen wells.
Utilities: The property is mostly surrounded by three-phase power lines. There is single-phase electric line going up the house and barn.
Topography: This farm is very flat.

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Clift Land Brokers is an agent for the Seller. Buyer’s Agents must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospects on all showings to be allowed full participation. No Trespassing. The Farm is shown by appointment only.

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