25.44 Acres, more or less
Antelope County Livestock Facility
Antelope County, NE
Contact Dan Rohrer for more information at (402)841-1360
Description: This is a highly improved 25.44 acre tract with rental income from feedlot facilities, a swine facility, machine storage,
and grain storage.
The feedlot facilities consist of 7 large pens and several smaller hospital pens, cattle working facilities, and loadout
pens. There are 9 automatic waterers (2 Ritchie & 7 frostless) and approximately 1,400 feet of concrete fenceline feed bunks.
Abundant groundwater is provided by two wells (drilled within the last 10 years).
The swine facility consists of a 27' x 95' nursery barn. (Currently leased monthly) The barn has a scraper system and lagoon.
Grain storage includes (2) GSI bins (40,000 bu. & 12,000 bu.) with 10" upright truck loading augers, aeration floors & fans,
and power sweeps.
Other improvements include a 40'x60' machine shed with electrical overhead door, a garage, small storage shed, and a barn covering
the working tub and alleyway.
There are 10.6 FSA base acres that transfer with the property and 13.3 acres of water rights through the Upper Elkhorn NRD.
The property is situated in a prime location just south off of Hwy. 20 and minutes from several major grain terminals and
This is an opportunity to expand or diversify your existing farming operation. This is also a unique investment opportunity in
offering a substantial depreciation tax incentive and a 9%+ return on your investment.
Rental income and financing terms will be made available to qualified buyers. Call for complete details!
Directions: From Plainview, NE: Three miles west on Hwy. 20 to 533 Ave., then 1 mile south to the corner of 533 Ave. & 863 Rd.
Price: $425,000 (*Seller financing available to qualified purchaser- call for details)
2018 Taxes: $1,212.34
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Information herein was obtained from sources
deemed reliable, but Broker makes no guarantees as to its accuracy. Prospective
buyers are urged to inspect the property and rely on their own conclusions.