159.29 +/- Acre Dryland/Recreational Property in Norton County, Kansas

Flat alfalfa bottoms consisting of fertile Class II soils make up most of the tillable acres on this farm. With over half a mile of the Solomon River running through the middle of the property, this beautiful farm also offers prime hunting for the whitetail, mule deer, and turkey that calls this property home.

Legal Description – S2 NE4, N2 SE4 16-05-23


234.65 +/- Acre Combination Farm in Graham County, KS

Here is an incredible opportunity to purchase a diverse farm located just south of  Penokee, Kansas along the intersection of County Road K and 170th Ave.  Roughly 109 +/- tillable acres consisting of fertile Class II & III soils stretch over this property and are able to produce corn, wheat, milo, and a variety of forage and cover crops.  The remaining 125.63 +/- acres are rolling grasslands with a deep river bed cutting through the middle of the property.  This tract is surrounded by a four-wire barbed wire fence in good condition and is cross fenced down the center of the property allowing for easy cattle rotation.  With a submersible well located at the old farmstead, this incredible property is ready for cattle this spring.  Deep draws, thickets, evergreens, and lush grasses offer great wildlife habitat for the areas upland game, whitetail, and mule deer population that frequent the property.  This farm also has 19.90 +/- acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program and is contracted for $38.10/acre, with the contract set to expire 9/30/2022.

Legal Description: S08, T09, R24, S2 NW4 & SW4 LESS RD R/W


78.33 +/- Acre Dryland Farm in Graham County, Kansas

This great dry land tract consists of 78.33+/- acres, with 71.67 tillable, and 6.66+/- acres of waste/recreational ground running through the middle of the tract. With great soil composition and easy access off County Road DD, it’s a great opportunity to add this great farm to your land portfolio.

 Legal Description – E2 NW4 10-06-24 LESS RD R/W


312.29 +/- Acre Pivot Irrigated Farm in Phelps County

  • Nice laying, pivot irrigated farm north of Bertrand, NE off a blacktop road.
  • Offers productive, Holdrege silt loam soils.
  • Centrally located near several grain elevators and feedlots that offer competitive grain markets.
  • Open for the 2022 crop season.

Irrigation and Well Information:

North well: G-094083, drilled in 1997, 800 gpm, static level 72 ft., pumping level 94 ft., pump depth 150 ft., well depth 220 ft.

South well: G-128125, drilled in 2004, 800 gpm, static level 77 ft., pumping level 98 ft., pump depth 150 ft., well depth 220 ft.

  • Two irrigation pivots

Legal Description: East 1/2 in Section 30, Township 8 North, Range 20 West (excluding acreage in southeast corner)



172.40 +/- Acre Pivot Irrigated Farm in Butler County

Here is your chance to acquire a productive, pivot irrigated farm in Butler County. More than 65% of this farm is Class I Hastings silt loam soils. Do not miss out on this opportunity to own an outstanding farm!

Irrigation Information: G-121782, drilled in 2003, 320′ well depth, pumping 800 gpm, 80′ static water level, 120′ pumping level. Sale includes Reinke pivot and all well components.

NRD Information: Located in the Upper Big Blue NRD and has certified irrigation rights for 165 acres.

Legal Description: Northwest 1/4 in Section 2, Township 13 North, Range 1 East, Butler County, Nebraska


161.66 +/- Acre Pivot Irrigated Farm in Perkins County

  • Productive, well-located irrigated farm.
  • Close to several grain markets.
  • Good well with a large carry-forward.
  • Newer 7 tower Valley pivot.
  • Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own an outstanding farm!

Legal Description – NW1/4 Section 4, T9N, R37W of the 6th P.M., Perkins County, Nebraska

FSA Information

Total Cropland Acres: 157.22

Corn: 138.67 Base Acres – 158 PLC Yield

Soybeans: 11.93 Base Acres – 35 PLC Yield

Wheat: 3.31 Base Acres – 34 PLC Yield

Total Base Acres: 153.91

**Located in the Upper Republican NRD and has 130.8 certified irrigated acres.

Irrigation and Well Information

  • #G-030870, drilled 1968 and rebuilt by Sargent Irrigation in 1987, 725 gpm @ 25psi, 94 ft. static level, 250’ pumping level, 9” Column, 430’ well depth with 100 HP electric motor.
  • Newer 7 tower Valley pivot, model 7000.
  • NRD reports a remaining allocation 1/1/2021 of 38.49 inches of water for the 2021-2022 seasons. This field also has a carry forward of 146.04 inches.

Occupation Tax – $1,177.20


76.99 +/- Acre Pivot Irrigated Farm in Saunders County

  • Nice laying, pivot irrigated farm.
  • Located near several good grain markets.
  • Irrigation pivot owned by the tenant.
  • Open for the 2022 crop season.
  • Don’t miss out on this great opportunity!

Legal Description – Balance of North 1/2 Southwest 1/4 in Section 22, Township 16 North, Range 7 East

Irrigation & Well Information:

  • Located in the Lower Platte North NRD and has certified irrigation rights for 59.90 acres.
  • G-155908, drilled in 2010, 700 gpm, static level 13 ft., pumping level 25 ft., pump depth 50 ft., well depth 151 ft.
  • Tenant-owned power unit and irrigation pivot.

FSA Information:

Total Cropland Acres: 74.62
Corn: 46.51 Base Acres – 187 PLC Yield
Soybeans: 25.72 Base Acres – 53 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres: 72.23


165.70 +/- Acre Pivot Irrigated Farm in Fillmore County

  • Nice laying pivot irrigated farm.
  • Located near several good grain markets.
  • Irrigation pivot owned by the tenant.
  • Offers over 85% productive Crete and Butler silt loam Class II soils.
  • Open for the 2022 crop season.

Legal Description – SW 1/4 in Section 19, Township 5 N, Range 1 W

NRD Information – Located in the Little Blue NRD and has certified irrigation rights for 135.79 acres.

Well Information – G-003524, drilled in 1956, 1,000 gpm, static level 78 ft., pumping level 91 ft., well depth 193 ft., 60 HP electric well motor.

Equipment Information – Tenant-owned pivot, underground pipe, electric well motor, and panel boxes.

FSA Information:
Total Cropland Acres: 163.37
Corn: 122.9 Base Acres – 161 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum: 6.2 Base Acres – 91 PLC Yield
Soybeans: 33.8 Base Acres – 41 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres: 162.9


1,230.58 +/- Acres of Pasture/Dryland in Graham County, KS

Situated in Northern Graham County, KS along the Norton County line, the Spring Creek Ranch is selling 1,230.58+/- acres of their south ranch.  Here is a rare opportunity to purchase this large ranch estate, selling in two tracts or combined as one.  If you are looking to add large acres to your ranch or land investment portfolio, look no further than these two large tracts from Spring Creek Ranch.

Tract 1 Acres – 707.07 +/-  |  206.07 Tillable Base Acres & 501 Grass Acres

TRACT 1 is located approximately 4.5 miles South of Lenora, KS, running along Goddard and CC Road.  This property is composed of 707.07+/- acres of large, rolling grass hills and deep, canyon-like draws.  As you tour the property, several white rock outcroppings sweep along the hillsides before dropping off into the valleys below.  This terrain provides excellent habitat for the local mule deer, whitetail, and upland game that travel throughout the property.  On this ranch is one submersible well piped to three stock tanks, with one tank just off CC Road and the other two located in the center of the property.  There is a capped well in the northwest corner of the property, giving the chance for an additional well if needed.  With this tract comes 206.07+/- tillable base acres located on the central and eastern hilltops.  These soils consist entirely of Class II & III Holdrege and Uly silt loam soils, providing an excellent opportunity to add tillable acres to this tract.

Tract 2 Acres – 523.51 +/-  |  523.51 Total Grass Acres

TRACT 2 is located roughly two miles south of New Almelo, KS, with the pasture entrance just off County Road W12 on the south side of the curve.  As you drive into the entrance of this 523.51+/- acre pasture, you will notice the picturesque view of the valley as the elevation slowly rises up to the peak of an enormous hill overlooking the entire property.  Down in the valley, a submersible well with two stock tanks sits in the center off a well-built pipe and woven wire corral setup, with electricity present at the corral.  In the center of the pasture sits a solar well, filling two additional stock tanks, providing an abundance of water sources for your livestock.  This incredible setup offers an outstanding opportunity to expand your cow herd, having easy access from a well-graveled road.

Legal Descriptions

Tract 1 – S07, T06, R24, ACRES 547.07, W2 NE4, NW4 & S2 LESS A TR BEG 2264 W OF SE COR SE4 TH N 878 TH E 784 TH SELY 1015 TH W 1319 TO POB ALSO LESS RD R/W;  S12, T06, R25, ACRES 160, NE4

Tract 2 – S04, T06, R25, ACRES 322.74, W2 NE4, NW4 & W2 SW4;  S05, T06, R25, ACRES 84.75, N2 NE4 LESS RD R/W;  S05, T06, R25, ACRES 116.02, E2 SE4 & SE4 NE4

Property Taxes – Tract 1: $1,738.00 Tract 2: $1,296.82

Price – Tract 1 – $895,558.50  Tract 2 – $602,036.50


232.99 +/- Acre Dryland Farm in Red Willow County

Take advantage of this large tract of cropland on the outskirts of McCook, Nebraska. This property lays just north of the Republican River and south of Highway 6. Open for the 2022 crop year.

Legal Description – Pt. SE ¼ SW, NE ¼ SW (S of RR) Pt. SE ¼ Section 25, Township 3 North, Range 30 West and Pt. N ½ NE, Pt. S1/2 NE or Lot 1 Pt. Lot 2 NE NW Section 36, Township 3 North, Range 30 West

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