242 +/- Acres along the Custer/Dawson County Line

Here is the opportunity to own a 242 +/- acre combination property along the Custer and Dawson county line.  This property offers 66.51 +/- irrigated acres that consists of 28.3 +/- acres of alfalfa grass hay mix, and 38.21 +/- acres of cover crop.  There are 171.49 +/- acres of good quality pasture that include 7 tanks with overflows, 1 additional tank with a float, and a stocking rate of 6-7 acres per cow-calf pair.  This property also includes a 3 bed 2 bath residence built-in 1920, with several updates and improvements done on the interior and exterior.  A nice barn with a heated tack room, water heater,  and a self catch head gate with 6 pens and a hay-loft that is located just north of the house.  A 30′ x 40′ garage with an attached lean-to and small storage sheds are also found on the property.  Don’t miss this great opportunity for a young farmer or rancher looking to start their own operation!

Legal Descriptions:

Custer Co. – S1/2 S1/2 Section 35 Township 13 North Range 21 West

Dawson Co. – N1/2 NW1/4 Section 2 Township 12 North Range 21 West

Irrigation System Information: Reinke Irrigation System, 460 Ford Propane Engine.  Registration # G-061381, drilled in 1979, 800 gpm, 124’ static level, 145’ pumping level, 8” column, 315’ well depth.  66.51+/- certified irrigated acres, all in the Central Platte NRD.

Property Improvements: Close to 2 1/2 miles of new barbed wire fence. The rest of the fences are in average condition. There is a mature cedar tree shelter belt with lots of protection.  Working corrals with 300’ of fence line feed bunks with an apron split between four pens with piped corrals. There is a nice barn with tin siding and roof, a lean-to with 18 ton overhead bulk bin, a 30’ x 40’ garage, and a few other outbuildings and sheds.

House Information: 3 bedroom 2 bath 1920 single-family home, 1,008 sq. ft. with a finished basement.