J Triple D Properties (Rasmussen) Dry Farmland & Pasture for Sale

Kimball County, NE 601.95 Acres

Overview

Overview

Rasmussen Dry Farmland for sale southwest of Potter, NE.  Excellent opportunity to purchase 601 acres in an area with strong dryland production.  369 dryland acres & 225 pasture acres.  Written cash rent lease on dryland expired January 2016.  Pasture fenced with submersible well.  Possession of pasture upon closing.  Mainly Class III and IV soils. Hunting opportunities in the tree lined strips!

Location

  • Kimball County, NE
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Quick Facts

  • Rasmussen Dry Farmland & Pasture, Kimball County, NE
  • 601 total acres
  • 369 Dryland acres (additional acres could be broke out of sod)
  • 225 Pasture acres
  • Immediate possession of pasture
  • Written farm lease in place
  • County road access on south & west side
  • 13 miles southwest of Potter
  • 16 miles southeast of Dix
  • 1/2 mineral rights
  • Class III & IV soils
  • Wheat / fallow rotation
  • Level to rolling terrain
  • Tree lined dryland strips provide excellent conservation stewardship practices
  • Hunting opportunities in the tree lined strips!
  • ASKING PRICE REDUCED: $360,000

Property Details

Property Details

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Location

From Potter, NE, 4 miles west on Hwy 30 to Road 69, 9 miles south on Road 69 to the northwest corner of the property.  Property lies on the east side of Road 69 and north side of Road 12.  From Dix, NE. Highway 59 south 11 miles to Road 12.  Road 12 east 5 miles to Road 69.  The southwest corner of the property lies on the east side of Road 69.

Legal Description

All of Section 22 (Less SE1/4 of SW1/4), Township 13 North, Range 53 West of the 6th P.M., Kimball County, Nebraska.

Acreage

369.70 +/- Acres Dry Farmland
225.27 +/- Acres Pasture
    6.98 +/- Acres Roads & Waste
601.95 +/- Acres Total

Land Use

Raising Wheat, Proso Millet, Hay Millet, Dryland Corn and Sunflowers. Terrain is level to rolling.

Tenure

Soils consist primarily of Class III & Class IV with smaller areas of Class VI.

Improvements

1 Submersible livestock well (requires generator for operation), l pump house and fencing around the pasture.

Taxes

2018 Real Estate Taxes due in 2019:  $3,034.74

Mineral Rights

Saving and reserving unto Seller an undivided one-half interest in and to all of the owned oil, gas, and other minerals in, on, and under and that may be produced from the above-described premises.

Growing Crops

Buyer to receive cash rent in semi-annual payments due in March and November. Approximately 180 acres are in grow-ing wheat. Wheat to be harvested in Summer of 2015. The tenant has the right to harvest the wheat in July, 2016.

Possession

Possession of pasture upon closing. Possession of farm ground subject to written farm lease agreement. Lease agreement expires January 11, 2016.

Terms

Cash or good funds at closing

North border:  Dryland
East border:  Dryland
South border:  Road 12
West border:  Road 69

Disclosure

The information contained herein has either been given to us by the owner of the property or obtained from sources that we deem reliable. We have no reason to doubt its accuracy, but we do not guarantee it. Reck Agri Realty & Auction and the Seller assumes no responsibility for the omissions, corrections, or withdrawals. The location and aerial maps are not intended as a survey and are for general location purposes only. The prospective Buyer(s) should verify all information contained herein. All prospective buyers are urged to fully inspect the property, its condition and to rely on their own conclusions.  All equipment and improvements are to be sold AS IS-WHERE IS, without warranty, representation or recourse to Seller. Reck Agri Realty & Auction and all other agents of Broker are or will be acting as a Limited Seller’s Agent.