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750 acs. Bettencourt Property

$35,000,000

Bettencourt Property consists of 750± pristine acres of land that borders the Merced River for approximately one mile. The farm land now consists of about 500± acres with prime soils suitable for any type of crops and has been intensely farmed to various row and field crops. Other areas of the land has been dredged by Santa Fe Aggregates for sand and gravel and some of these areas have open pits and areas of reclaimed farm land. The river frontage has various types of native vegetation throughout the area, including Valley Oaks, Cottonwood trees, Blue Oaks and provides not only natural beauty but many recreational opportunities such as fishing, boating, swimming, camping and others. See brochure for sand and gravel lease information.

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800 acs. Long Branch Cattle Ranch

$1,600,000

This is a very nice cattle ranch located just seven miles southeast of Porterville in Tulare County. It is a well-managed property with all relatively new fencing. It is cross fenced into three 160± acre pastures plus one 320± acre pasture. With two wells and two year-round springs, each field has a reliable source of livestock water. There are two sets of corrals on the property, each made out of Powder River panels. Each corral has full sized squeeze chutes and loading chutes. The larger corral also has a Powder River calf chute. There is a pole barn for hay storage next to the larger set of corrals. Access to the ranch is by a maintained fire control drive, which crosses the property.

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866.3 acs. Reservation Road Cattle Ranch

$1,732,600

This is a very nice cattle or recreational ranch located on Reservation Road just 3.6 miles off of Highway 190 east of Porterville. It has year-round access and consists of gently rolling hills with adequate water for year-round grazing.

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1,030.32 acs. Red Mountain Ranch

$1,890,000

The land consists of 1,030.32± acres and feels even larger due to it’s topography. The land is largely rolling to steep with oak trees predominating in the valleys and sycamore trees lining the streams. Two creeks run through the property. Fish Creek on the western portion and Hughes Creek on the eastern part. The mountain that runs through rises to an elevation of 2,300± feet at the highest point. The ranch has well-maintained perimeter fencing as well as several cross fencing areas throughout the property. The headquarters consists of a Palm Harbor manufactured home with 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, large front deck and detached garage. New roads have been established giving an owner reasonable access to all areas of the property. Livestock graze on several types of grasses, filure, wild oats and several clovers. These grasses usually start growing in the late fall after the first rains and continue until late spring, depending on later spring rainfall.

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1,849.47 acs. Salyer Land Company

$30,267,940

Property consists of 3 non-contiguous ranches totaling 1,849.47± acres currently planted to row crops. All ranches are in the general vicinity of Corcoran, California and lie withinKings and Tulare Counties Following are soils and APN maps of all ranches. Properties are surrounded by permanent planting. Ranches may be sold together or separately.

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