We've had the opportunity to help to sell over 1,500 properties (nearly 700,000 acres) across Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas. We have archived the last 3 years of properties Reck Agri has offered for sale and closed on for you to view the type of properties we have sold and, more importantly for you as a buyer and seller, to update and be current with land values. View details by clicking on the property listing.
316± total acres of expired CRP located in Weld County approximately 12± miles northeast of Briggsdale, CO. Good access along WCR 100 and fenced on 3 sides.
Productive dryland in Weld County, CO northeast of Briggsdale. Certified organic cropland.
Irrigated farm with improvements located 15± mi southeast of Wiggins, CO. Newer Zimmatic pivots with 4 irr wells. Irrigated grass/alfalfa/hay mix! Level cropland with productive loam soils.
Marc comes in and gets a complete hold on what's going on both with family AND the farm. He tries to understand the whole picture so he can represent your situation accurately and feels a responsibility to the family to make the sale a success.
Protect your operation from drought & rising hay prices! Irrigated farm w/ alfalfa hay and grass; 12± mi S of Wiggins, CO; 3 pivots w/ 6 irr wells; excellent deer & turkey hunting in GMU 99.
Half-section of CRP located 5± mi S of Grover, CO along WCR 110. Perimeter is mostly fenced - could be re-enrolled, hayed or grazed upon expiration of current CRP contracts. Low taxes!
SOLD! Pivot Irrigated | Dryland | CRP | Pasture The Wallace County Pivot Irrigated Land Auction offered in 2 Parcels.
SOLD! Nebraska Dryland Farm | Planted wheat | Near Lodgepole, NE | Class II & III Soils |
SOLD! Reichert Pivot Irrigated, Home and CRP property in Kimball County, NE. Excellent opportunity to purchase 261+/- ac of pivot irrigated, 25+/- acres of CRP and Homesite.
Manning Dryland SOLD northwest of Dix, NE.
SOLD | 5.1 miles west & south of Kimball, NE. 316+/- Total acres. Pasture not grazed in 2018. CRP expires in 2020
We’ve sold two farms through Reck Agri. One had been in the family for 60 years and the other for 100. So it was a tough and emotional decision for sure. That’s why we chose to work with someone we could trust.