HOMESTEAD
Land & Management Co.

723 Main Creighton, NE 68783 (402)668-7400



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159.05 acres, more or less,
Pierce County, NE


Contact Dan Rohrer for more information at (402)841-1360





Description:
This is a super farmland investment opportunity providing a unique combination of favorable returns on investment, hunting opportunities, and significant potential depreciation tax advantages from the improvements. This property consists of 159.05 +/- acres Pierce County farmland with a 7 tower Valley centerpivot irrigation system, an irrigation well registered at 650 gpm, a John Deere 6 cylinder diesel power unit, an electric stock well, (2) 20,000 bushel grain bins w/ aeration floors and fans, excellent protection for livestock, good road access, and proven trophy deer and turkey hunting. FSA records indicate 133.48 irrigated acres, 4.1 dryland acres, and 3.1 acres of CRP. Combined annual income from the cash rent, grain bin rent, and CRP tree payment nets approximately 4.1% return on investment after taxes. This does not include additional income that could be generated by leasing the hunting rights. Ag properties with this kind of return, tax benefit, and recreational potential all together don't come along very often. Call for complete details!


Directions From Plainview, NE: Take Hwy. 13 approximately 3 miles southeast to 539 Ave., then go 3 1/2 miles south to the corner of 539 Ave. & 858 Rd.

Price: $825,000 ($5,187/acre)

2019 Taxes: $5,447.38 ($34.25/acre)




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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.
This web site was created by Mandy Rohrer