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1,476 acs. Morrison County Cattle Ranch

$3,000,000

This is a fully operational central Minnesota cow/calf ranch and uniquely private yet a short drive from a main US highway. It currently supports 400 pairs in 14 separate pastures with good fencing and cross fencing. All pastures are connected to the main ranch site by wide lanes with improved field roads and convenient gates for easy access. With additional 600 acres of leased land contiguous to the ranch where an additional 100 pairs can be supported. The land is mostly clear of trees and excellent for aggressive grass growth with plenty of sun exposure. Average rain fall of 36” per year combined with this good silty loam soil makes for high quality and abundant grass growth during the growing season. Currently there is approximately 200 acres in grass for harvesting and 140 acres used for growing corn for silage and winter feeding. Any combination of grass and row crop farming can be used depending on the needs of the cattle and operator on the ranch. This operation is also suited for back grounding and raising heifers for dairy purposes. With the ease of handling and working cattle at the main site attention to detail is greatly enhanced with the use of corrals and working chutes included with the operation. For winter feeding there are wind break fences in place that offer great south exposure for the cattle. Fence line feeding and portable feed bunks are used during the winter months along with heated waterers and good lighting in place. The four bedroom and three bath house on the main site is an excellent home for the owner or manager. It was completely renovated in 2006 and features two large stone fireplaces, main floor laundry, modern open floor plan, and large windows to enjoy the view of the surrounding open pastures.

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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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5,014.93 acs. Central California Pistachios & Farmland

$80,539,000

This 5,014.93± assessed acre opportunity is in the closely held farming area of Corcoran, Ca. The land is planted to 420.80± acres of Pistachios, and 4,104.20± acres are used for row and field crops, with the balance land being for the shop areas, roads, ditches and canals. The land has proven to be well suited for its current use and the remaining farmland may be well suited to develop additional pistachios and/or for mitigation for SGMA. The offering has 1 shop with fenced equipment yard, and 1 pole barn. This investment grade opportunity offers income, Pistachios in production, tax benefits, good location, and both district water and well water.

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5,828.03 acs. Cattle Ranch

$7,577,000

The ranch consists of 5,828.03±acres of contiguous grazing land conveniently located with over a mile of frontage on Old Stage Coach Rd. The Seller has historically ran up to 2,000± steers or 600± cow/calves. The ranch is perimeter fenced and cross fenced into 7 pastures to maximize its use. Livestock water is provided by springs, wells and Terra Bella Water District. The terrain varies from gently rolling to moderately rolling with two hilltops at Tennessee Knob on the northwest corner and the east boundary rising to 500±feet. Metal corrals are located on the west side of Old Stage Coach Rd and in the northeast quadrant near a major spring. Surrounding land uses include but are not limited to; agricultural, rural home sites and life style, mining, recreation, mitigation, and open space.

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10,789.85 acs. Arambel Grazing Lands

$23,185,710

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. The ranch may have potential for permanent planting on the lower portions of the property in the event there is suitable ground water. Buyer shall verify.

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