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152.64 acs. Almonds San Luis Water District


A mature almond orchard planted in 1999 (22 yrs.). This property offers income potential and tax benefits as it has the potential to produce reasonably for the next few years and has very good soils, climate and district water to continue once redeveloped.

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156.56 acs. Semi-Tropic Water Storage District Almonds- Marsh Road


This 156.56± assessed acre opportunity is located in the desirable farming area of Wasco, CA. The offering is planted to 100± acres of young almonds, and 50± acres of old almonds in the process of being removed. The property has both contract water entitlement from Semi-Tropic WSD and well water. The offering features: contract water with Semi-Tropic WSD & well water, productive soils, young almonds, land to plant, income, and tax benefits.

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156.96 acs. Kern County Farmland - Ranch 406


This 156.96± assessed acre opportunity is located in the desirable farming area of Wasco, CA. The offering is not currently planted to any crops. The property has access to non-contract water from Semi-Tropic WSD and 1 well. The offering features: Non-contract water with Semi-Tropic WSD and well water, productive soils, suitable for most permanent crops, and tax benefits.

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160 acs. Kern County Land Valley West Road Offering


The 160± acres are conveniently located on paved Valley West Road 19± miles southwest of Bakersfield. The owner reports the land was historically farmed to cotton. The site is traversed by Buena Vista Creek in the southwest corner. Surrounding land uses include but are not limited to; agricultural (pistachios, grazing, dry farming, and bee keeping), rural home sites and life style, oil and gas, recreation, mitigation, and open space.

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160.37 acs. Royal Pistachios


Approximately 160.37± gross acres with income producing pistachios. The original orchard was planted in the 1970’s on 14’ x 24’ spacing and consisted of Kerman/Peters variety on Atlantica Rootstock. Since then, replants have been Kerman/Peters UCB-1 Rootstock

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