Haskell County Farm

$245,830

Brief Info

Located near O’Brien in Haskell County, Texas, the 158.6 +/- Haskell County Farm is a productive irrigated farm with a working Valley irrigation rig.  In all, the center pivot irrigation waters approximately, 90 +/- acres of row crops, while the remaining 40+/- acres is planted in bermuda grass.  Currently, peanuts are grown as the seasonal crop while the watered bermuda grass field is currently used for livestock grazing.

 

Location

O’Brien, Texas 3.5 miles

Haskell, Texas 19.8 miles

Abilene, Texas 72.4 miles

Wichita Falls, Texas 96.1 miles

Dallas, Texas 209 miles

 

Access

County Road 185 off of FM 2229

 

Water

Irrigation well with water being pumped from the Seymour Aquifer.  The well on this farm are shallow and are about 60 feet deep.

 

Improvements

Perimeter fenced

Bermuda Grass field

Grass field is fenced with passthrough gates so the irrigation rig can roll through.

 

Utilities

Rural electricity available

 

Climate

Approximately 24 +/- inches of annual precipitation

Average growing season is 232 days

Average fall first freeze is November 12th

Average spring last freeze is March 27th

 

Minerals

Surface Only

 

Terrain

Farmland is gently sloping to level ground

 

General Description

 

Located near O’Brien in Haskell County, Texas, the 158.6 +/- Lott Farm is a productive irrigated farm with a working Valley irrigation rig.  In all, the center pivot irrigation waters approximately, 90 +/- acres of row crops, while the remaining 40+/- acres is planted in bermuda grass.  Currently, peanuts are grown as the seasonal crop while the watered bermuda grass field is used for hay production and cattle grazing.

 

The irrigation system is made up of 3 wells that tie into a central irrigation system.  The shallow water wells (approximately 60 feet deep) draw from the Seymour Aquifer and flows a measured 225+/- gallons of water per minute.

 

The water source helps the farm ground yield about 3,000 pounds of peanuts per acre.

 

Mostly level, the land does have a slight elevation change on the southeast corner as it rises a mere 15 feet across the diagonal plane of the farm.

 

As a forage farm or grazing property, the farm is fenced on three sides.  The interior bermuda grass pasture (approximately 40+/- acres) is well fenced and has pass through gates for the irrigation rig to pass through.  Currently the field is used for hay production and cattle grazing.

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Ron Lester, Broker  Russell Graves and Kristy Graves, agents

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