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995.11 acs. Kern County Almonds - Ranch 404A


This 995.11± assessed acre opportunity is located in the desirable farming area of Wasco, CA. The offering is planted to 797.2± acres of almonds, with 123.60± acres of farmland available to plant. Additionally, there is a fenced equipment yard and a steel framed shop. The property has both contract water from Semi-Tropic WSD and 5 wells. The offering features: Contract water with Semi-Tropic WSD and well water, productive soils, almonds in full production, income, and tax benefits.

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996.7 acs. Murphy Ranches


The subject property is native dry pasture. Property has been historically used as a cattle ranch and recreational land. There are a few locations of rock outcroppings and steep terrain. The majority of the property has good feed for cattle grazing.

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1,022.97 acs. Kern And Tulare Co Wine Grapes - Ranch 401, 402 & 403


The 1,022.97± assessed acre opportunity is located in the desirable farming areas of Wasco and Earlimart, CA. The ranches are planted to 974.12± acres with 3 varieties of high density Wine Grapes. Ranches 401 and 403 have 4 wells and receive non-contract water from Semi-Tropic WSD. Ranch 402 is irrigated with 3 wells. The offering features: Portion with non-contract water from Semi-Tropic WSD, quality well water, productive soils, vineyards in full production, income, and tax benefits.

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1,126.38 acs. Hillview & Thompson Almonds


Thompson Ranch: An opportunity to purchase 767± acres of almond orchard improvements, and assume the long-term land lease through 2050. The subject property borders the Oakdale Irrigation District canal. It includes a large gravel equipment yard for storage and a 7,500± square foot shop. Hillview Ranch: The sale also consists of 193.92± gross acres with 160± net acres of young producing almonds that are within a quarter-mile of the leased property. Note: Both properties must be sold together.

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1,600 acs. Wildcat Creek Ranch


The Wildcat Creek Ranch was originally homesteaded by the Kirch/Hedgpeth family around 1882. Buying this property is like buying a piece of history from the 1900’s. There are Indian artifacts scattered throughout, breathtaking vista points only seen by cowboys, and multiple structures that have their own historical significance. The white house was originally used as the main office for executives that managed the Copper King Mine off Watts Valley Road. Here is an opportunity to be the 3rd owner since its acknowledged establishment. The property is divided into two ranches (Upper and Lower) based on ownership. Both ranches have a 60’ deeded easement from the Watts Valley Road access. Upper Ranch: Grazing land with a fenced perimeter and spectacular views of the Sierra Nevada’s, Pacific Coastal Range, and the San Joaquin valley. The property consists of minimal brush levels which is ideal for cattle grazing. The elevation ranges from 1,200’ to 2,200’ and has graded access roads throughout the ranch ensuring maximum accessibility. This property is located above the valley fog and smog with mild breezes throughout the year maintaining moderate temperatures. Property is currently being used to run range cattle but is also great for outdoor recreational activities including hunting and hiking. It includes some older wooden corrals. Lower Ranch: This is a beautiful grazing property also sharing in spectacular views, and has a 2± acre year-round pond with two other seasonal ponds. Wildcat Creek Ranch encompasses the entire draw and length of Wildcat Creek. With Wildcat Mountain right in the backyard and various water sources, it provides opportunities for local wildlife to thrive.

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