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230.76 acs. Jameson Almonds & Grapes

$6,899,000

The subject property is planted to approximately 160± acres of mature Thompson Seedless grapes and 80± acres of Shasta almonds. The grapes have historically been sold green and delivered to a dehydrator, then sold to Sun-Maid with a transferable raisin grower contract.

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606.11 acs. Tim Bell Almond Ranch

$16,500,000

Tim Bell Ranch offers an opportunity to purchase a large block of producing almonds in a desirable location of Stanislaus County. The subject property consists of four contiguous parcels of 12th leaf almonds, totaling 606.11± gross assessed acres and net planted to a total of 500± acres. The ranch includes two residential rental homes and two 1± acre fenced solar panel sites to offset the electrical costs of the agricultural wells.

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40 acs. Easton Almonds

$1,700,000

Located in the highly sought after Fresno Irrigation District. Property is flood irrigated with the F.I.D. turnout located at the SEC of the property. There is also a 20 HP turbine pump.

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20.01 acs. Madera Pistachios

$320,000

20.01± acres of mature pistachios located in the Pacific Lighting area of northeast Madera. The pistachio trees are Kerman and Peters variety on Atlantica rootstock.

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321.45 acs. Woodlake Citrus Ranch

$9,200,000

This citrus ranch which consists of 321.45± acres sits on the southeast corner of Stokes Mountain in Woodlake, CA. Half of the ranch is on a southerly facing slope above the Cottonwood Creek. The remaining citrus blocks are south across the creek and across Millwood Drive on the east. The owner has redeveloped almost the entire ranch since acquiring in 2011. Crops include Navels, Lemons, Mandarins, Cherries, and Olives. Production records provided upon request.

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57.73 acs. La Vina M. I. D. Vineyard

$1,717,467Sale Pending

This 57.73± acre parcel is planted to Thompson Seedless grapes. The property lies in the Madera Irrigation District with predominantly Class II soils. The vineyard has been consistently maintained and within a prominent permanent crop region of Madera County.

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