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244.5 acs. Vista Pistachio Ranch


Pistachios planted in the early 1970’s. Spacing is 24’ x 12’. Variety: Kerman with the pollinators being Peters on Atlantica rootstock. (Any replants are on UCB-1 rootstock)

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191.48 acs. Shaw Avenue Estates


A unique opportunity to acquire 9 estate lots in a desirable area situated east of Fresno, CA. The 191.48± acre property consists of 9 separate rural residential lots with parcel sizes ranging from 19.21± acres to 26.09± acres. The property has a well and subordinate Fresno Irrigation Districts water. The property is not currently being farmed, though it was formerly under cultivation to olives, almonds, and table grapes. Building structures include an old wood barn and abandoned shack.

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271.2 acs. Auberry Road Property


An extraordinary investment property located in the path of growth for a Fresno/Clovis future expansion area. The 271.20± acre parcel has approximately 237.5± net acres of farmland, which has historically been farmed to olives, almonds, plums, and vineyard, some of which is still being farmed today. Also included is a ranch headquarters with warehouse/storage buildings, two ranch homes and an office.

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34.57 acs. Tulare County Lemon Orchard


This Tulare County opportunity consists of two parcels planted with young lemons. The orchard also has four propane powered wind machines to go along with the two pumps and wells. The two blocks are irrigated by fan jets fed by a newer filter station.

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240.88 acs. SSJMUD Vineyard Peterson Ranch

$3,975,000Sale Pending

This 240.88± acre opportunity is located in the desirable farming area of Delano, CA. The land is planted to Allison table grapes currently farmed for juice. The site has both contract district water from Southern San Joaquin Municipal Utility District and well water. An investment in this opportunity offers; SSJMUD district water and well water, nicely appointed irrigation system, can be redeveloped to other permanent crops, productive soils, and tax benefits.

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