Short Stop Convenience Shop in Alma, NE

AgWest Land Brokers is pleased to present for sale Short Stop in Alma, Nebraska. Located along busy Highway 136, this is a great investment opportunity to own a turn-key business. 

About Short Stop

Short Stop has been a pillar in the community for all fuel and convenience needs and has serviced the community for more than 30 years. Short Stop provides Phillips 66 branded unleaded, premium, and diesel fuel. Along with fuel, Short Stop offers beer, liquor, tobacco, lotto, skill machines, pizza, and other hot food items. Financials are available with a signed confidentiality agreement. 

Inventory Details

All of the store inventory will be included in the sale.

About Alma

Alma is located right next to the Harlan County Reservoir which attracts more than 500,000 visitors annually from all around the country with year-round recreational opportunities.

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231 +/- Acres Farm & Ranchland – Harlan County, NE

Here is a great opportunity to own an productive piece of farm and ranchland in Harlan County, Nebraska. This property consists of 188 +/- acres of lush grassland, as well as 43+/- acres of productive dryland farm ground featuring Holdrege Silt Loam soils. Located in close proximity to Highway 136 and well-maintained gravel roads provides great access. This property is 4 miles from the Ag Valley Co-op Orleans elevator and only 10 miles to the CHS Alma elevator. 141.26 acres of pasture have been enrolled in the Grasslands Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), with an enrollment date of 12/02/2021. Contact Ross for more details on the current CRP contract. This property is open for the 2024 crop year.

Legal DescriptionWest 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 Section 34, Southwest 1/4 Section 27, Township 3 North, Range 19 West of the 6th PM. Harlan County, NE. 

FSA Information

  • Wheat – 7.54 Base Acres –  36 PLC Yield
  • Corn – 34.97 Base Acres – 123 PLC Yield
  • Soybeans – 9.34 Base Acres – 43 PLC Yield
  • Total Base Acres – 51.85

 

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Lutz Ranch 1,148.14 +/- Acres in Phillips County, KS


Here is a great opportunity to own a large contiguous farm, ranch, and recreational tract in Phillips County, KS. Located just north of Phillipsburg, the scenic Lutz Ranch offers world-class hunting, lush pastures, and productive soils across most tillable acres. This region in Central Kansas is known for producing trophy whitetail deer, and this property is no exception.

Stretching through most of the ranch, the West Big Creek provides over 2 miles of beautiful tree line cover made up of large cottonwood, elm, locust, and black walnut trees. The thick cover for the whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, upland birds, and various other wildlife that call this ranch home provides full seclusion from outside pressure. As you travel through the property you will notice there is an abundance of ponds spread across the ranch with seasonal springs in the spring and fall. A large watershed providing incredible waterfowl hunting, when filled, sits in the center of this recreational paradise. Located in the middle of the central flyway, this region is a hotspot for birds traveling between the Kirwin & Harlan reservoirs, frequenting the property every fall. The Lutz Ranch provides an abundance of water, food, and cover needed to grow mature Kansas giants and keep wildlife on the ranch year round. With the exceptional hunting, the ranch contains over 356+/- tillable acres, with base acres of wheat, grain sorghum, and soybeans. Composed of productive Holdrege and Uly silt loam soils and an average yearly rainfall of 25 inches, this region has the potential to raise great crops every year. The ranch is separated into several pastures allowing for easy rotational grazing with several ponds located in each pasture. There is one well on the property that provides water to a stock tank near the house on the ranch ensuring water for your cattle throughout the year. The grass quality on this ranch is exceptional, with lush native grasses common in Northcentral Kansas, this property has not been overgrazed. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to own a once in a lifetime property in Phillips County, KS!

 

Legal Descriptions

Township 2, Range 18:  

  • Section 12, South 1/2 Northeast 1/4 & South 1/2 Less Co Rd RW, 398.01 acres
  • Section 13,All Section Less Co Rd RW, 398.01 acres
  • Section 24, North 1/2 Northwest 1/4 & Southwest 1/4 Northwest 1/4 Less Co Rd RW, 117.56 acres.

FSA Information

  • Total Cropland Acres: 356.01

  • Wheat – 49 Base Acres – 35 PLC Yield

  • Grain Sorghum – 97.56 Base Acres – 77 PLC Yield

  • Soybeans – 114.64 Base Acres – 32 PLC Yield

  • Total Base Acres: 261.2

 

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158 +/- Acre Dryland Farm in Harlan County, NE

This dryland farm offers 97+/- acres of high-quality dryland crop ground featuring Holdrege Silt Loam soils, with the remaining acres consisting of pasture ground. This farm is located in a strong farming community and within close proximity to many competitive grain markets.

Legal Description – Southwest 1/4 Section 2, Township 4 North, Range 20 West Harlan County, Nebraska

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LAND AUCTION – 162 +/- Acre Dryland Farm in Harlan County, NE

SOLD for $4,700/acre

 

LAND AUCTION

Friday, August 26th at 10:00 a.m.

Johnson Center
509 Main Street
Alma, Nebraska 68920

Up for auction is an outstanding dryland farm in Harlan County, Nebraska. This farm offers 86% Holdrege silt loam soils with good access off a gravel road. This top-quality farm is located south of Stamford, Nebraska, and is a great opportunity to own a nice laying and well cared for farm!

Legal Description – Northeast 1/4 Section 30, Township 1 North, Range 20 West

FSA Information
Total Cropland Acres: 157.51

Wheat – 102.7 Base Acres – 51 PLC Yield
Corn – 4.4 Base Acres – 115 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – 26.6 Base Acres – 114 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 0.4 Base Acres – 59 PLC Yield

Total Base Acres – 134.1

 

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Ross Poyser

Born and raised in Harlan County, Nebraska, Ross Poyser grew up around agriculture and has been involved since an early age. Ross and his wife, Jessetta, now live near Republican City, Nebraska.

Ross attended the University of Nebraska at Kearney where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness. Upon graduating from UNK, Ross returned to Harlan County to work for Nebraskaland Aviation and manage the Alma airport location, along with selling fertilizer and chemical.

Ross values the opportunity to be able to work with farmers and ranchers. In his free time, Ross enjoys spending time at the Harlan County Reservoir, golfing, and being outdoors. Ross looks forward to developing new relationships and assisting with all your land needs.