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Irrigated Cattle Ranch For Sale in Stapleton, NE
#NE453486
Logan, Nebraska
3,925.00 acres
Productive Cattle Ranch For Sale in Logan County, NE Very scenic and productive cattle ranch at Stapleton, NE. Which is 30 miles north of North Platte, ne, and interstate 80. The ranch features Sandhills terrain, large tree groves, and 740 acres of pivot irrigated hay, grass, and forage crops. With utilization of irrigated land, the ranch is owner rated at 500 cows year around plus feed to background all the calves. Due to the amazing Ogallala aquifer, the irrigation wells have shallow pumping depths with unlimited water. No pumping restrictions. Thanks to the irrigated land, the ranch is drought proof. Improvements include a home, shop, calving barn, and working corrals. Wildlife includes mule deer, whitetail deer, grouse, prairie chicken, wild turkey, small population of pheasant & quail, and an occasional antelope. Nebraska Sandhills: good water-good grass-good people. Invest in water; invest in Nebraska! For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 26015-18702
$5,950,000

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Platte County, NE Cattle Ranch & Trucking Business For Sale
#NE418723
Platte, Nebraska
73.00 acres
THE PROPERTY: The property is a family owned farm,trucking company, and cattle feeding headquarters located near Humphrey, Nebraska.It is a highly successful operation with pride of ownership displayed in every detail. Improvements at the headquarters are exceptional and will be detailed later in this narrative. Total Deeded Acres: 73.8 Acres . Cropland Acres: Approximately 40 acres The feedlot operation consists of two covered, confinement barns plus outside traditional feeding pen with fence line concrete bunks. The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has issued a cattle feedlot permit for 4,000 head. The feedlot is in total compliance with all DEQ requirements. THE AREA & LOCATION: The farm headquarters and feedlot are located 2 miles west of Humphrey, NE, on State Highway 91 or 3 miles west of the intersection of US Highway 81. The access driveway is mile south of Highway 91 on 310 Ave. Humphrey is an impressive, progressive, and friendly community with population of 760 per 2010 census but current data shows population of 806. The town is located in the northern portion of Platte County in Northeast Nebraska. The community offers almost all services including two major implement dealerships. The community has both a K-12 public school as well as a Catholic private school. Platte County and the Humphrey area are very agricultural friendly. The area is major cattle feeding region in Nebraska. Agriculture is the Number 1 industry in Nebraska and the economy of Humphrey is all agriculturally based. Nearby major towns & cities: Omaha-95 miles, Columbus-23 miles, Norfolk-22 miles, Grand Island-83 miles. Average Annual Precipitation for Platte County: 29.41 inches. IMPROVEMENTS: Home: Executive caliber brick home constructed in 2003. Immaculately furnished. 2,980 sq feet on main floor plus full finished basement. 5 bedrooms. 3 baths. Office. Open floor plan. Large kitchen, dining area, and family room. Fireplace. Rear large Patio. Covered front porch and entryway. Oversized 3 car attached garage. New roof, new windows, and new soffitts in 2019. Shop: 15,000 sq feet commercial quality.Steel construction. Full concrete floor. Two large overhead doors. Heated & Insulated. LED lighting. Air filtration system. Unique apartment/bunkhouse with kitchen & bar dining area, 2 bedrooms, office, two bathrooms, and large rec/living room. Grain Bins: Two Sukup 75,000 bu bins. Grain monitoring system. Constructed in 2014 & 2017. Implement & Vehicle Washing Facility: Large Fuel Tanks with Containment System: Other: Above ground swimming pool and lawn mower storage shed. Livestock & Domestic water provided by two 7.5 hp electric pumps in one well plus easement for well on neighboring farm. Domestic well drilled in 2012. State Registration #G-164493. 50 gpm. FEEDLOT FACILITIES: East Barn: 2,000 head confinement barn. Built 2016. Metal roof. Concrete slatted floor with 14 foot manure pits. Heavy duty, 727 feet of oversized concrete fence line bunks. Covered bunks and feed truck alley. 82 ft wide. Pens are 62' x 70'. Custom designed by Seller and constructed by Flat River Corp, Columbus, NE. West Barn: 1,450 head confinement barn. Built 2011. Fabric roof. Concrete floor and pen side walls. 700 feet of oversized concrete bunks. Cattle are bedded in pens and cleaned with loader. Outside pens: Approximately 550 head. Oversized concrete fence line bunks. Working Pens: All steel panels with double crowding alley, tub and hydraulic working chute with scale. Steel truck loading chute. 3 Bulk Liquid Tanks Concrete Pit and Pad for silage, earlage, high moisture corn, and distiller grains. Cattle in the West Barn are bedded with corn stalk bales with pens being cleaned by loader. Manure is stockpiled and spread on neighboring fields. The East Barn and below ground manure pits. A commercial operator is contracted to agitate the pits, pump wastewater up to 3 miles via above ground tubing and apply via a knife applicator that puts nutrients below the ground surface in the corn root zone. The manure is sold to neighbors and has great demand. The cattle feeding improvements are presently used to finish beef cattle but would work equally well as a dairy heifer development facility. MARKETS: There are 3 large ethanol plants within 30 miles of the property and 4 more within 60 miles. These plants provide distiller grains (DDGS and corn gluten) for the feedlot. There are major beef packing plants in nearby Omaha, Norfolk, Madison, Fremont, Lincoln, South Sioux City, and Dakota City. 2019 REAL ESTATE TAXES: $16,383.32 OFFERING PRICE: $5,950,000 NOTE: The offering price does not include any shop equipment, vehicles, farm implements, or feedlot equipment but items may be purchased outside of the real estate transaction. For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 26015-11001
$5,950,000

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Zimmerman Ranch
#NE416317
Custer, Nebraska
2,687.00 acres
The Zimmerman Ranch is located Northwest of Anselmo approximately 8 miles right along US HWY 2. This ranch has been in the Zimmerman Family for 94 years. The ranch is all contiguous with great accessibility. It lies on the Southeastern edge of the Sandhills and has semi sub-irrigated soils which allow for good stocking rates, and meadows that can be both hayed and grazed. The Zimmerman family has taken a lot of pride in their ranch for many years and it shows. The fences are well kept and cedar trees are well managed with little to none on the property. The property is cross fenced for rotational grazing and/or summer and winter pasture grazing. This ranch holds many advantages and is located only a half hour out from Broken Bow, NE. Accessibility: Located Right off US HWY 2 this property is set up perfectly to be able to get full access to the entire ranch as well as bringing in and out cattle to and from market. Fences: The fences on the ranch are in excellent condition and much of it is newer fence with a hedge and creosote post combination. The wires are stretched up tight and there are 10 total paddocks on the ranch which work fantastic to rotational graze and hay certain areas. Water: All Paddocks on the ranch are fully underground piped to each tank. There are 2 main wells located at the headquarters that were installed in 2015.  The main well is located at the headquarters and an on demand system is in place that allows for good fresh water and all areas of the ranch to be properly grazed. Stocking Rates: This ranch is rated through the NRCS at a carrying capacity of 7 acres per cow/calf pair seasonally, which holds 350 pair on a 6 month seasonal grazing or 200 pair year round as well as additional meadow hay capable of grazing some additional numbers. Meadow Hay:  There are 400-600 bales harvested annually on the Zimmerman Ranch depending on moisture at a 1200 pound per bale average. CSP Program: The ranch is enrolled in a C.S.P. program through the USDA NRCS with one year remaining, which has helped to make some water and tree improvements. The contract goes through 2021 and has the capability to be re-enrolled through the new buyer. The C.S.P. payment is $14,000 annually Revenue Estimate 350 Pair at $58.33/month for 6 months = $122,500 500 Bales on Average @ 1200 pounds per bale =300 tons @ $85/ton=$25,500 Gross Revenue: $148,000 C.S.P. Payment $14,000 Taxes: -$12,498.62 Electrical Estimate: -$2400 Misc Expenses: -$20,000 Estimated Net Income to Landlord: = $127,101.38 Comments: This ranch has not changed hands in almost 100 years! This would be an excellent ranch to have one contiguous tract with great access right off the highway.  It is fully set up with good fences, cross fences, fresh water and winter feed supply. If you are looking for a good producing Sandhills ranch take a hard look at this one! Legal Description: Sec: 28-20-23 29-20-23 E 1/2 27-20-23 22-20-23 23-20-23 26-20-23 20-20-23 SE 1/4 21-20-23 S1/2 Address: Anselmo, NE 68813 County: Custer
$4,850,000

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Blaine County, NE Farm & Cattle Ranch with Homes For Sale
#NE467223
Blaine, Nebraska
2,917.00 acres
Brewster, NE Farm & Cattle Ranch with Hunting Land & Homes For Sale THE PROPERTY: The Meister Ranch is located 7 miles north of Brewster, NE on Hwy 7 or 35 miles south of Ainsworth in the heart of cattle country. Brewster is the country seat of Blaine County. Ainsworth has a population of 1,700 and offers all services. The ranch is a diversified combination of grass, meadows, irrigated crop land, and feed yard operation with the capability of producing plenty of manure to fertilize all cropland providing ample grain and roughage for feeding. All designed to be self-sufficient. The hunting on the property is exceptional. Mule and Whitetail deer are plentiful with trophy bucks being harvested every year. Several ponds attract ducks and Canada geese with some fishing . A small herd of antelope pass through yearly. Grouse, prairie chickens and turkey are plentiful with several coveys of quail. The ranch is in a shallow ground water area with the saturated depth of the Ogallala Aquifer being 600-800 feet. The static water level in the valley is 6-8 feet. The surface water in the ponds is the top of the Ogallala Aquifer. The ranch is located between the Loup River and Calamus River. The K-12 school district is Sandhills Public Schools, Dunning Nebraska. School bus service available at the rural church across highway 7 from the ranch. Land Lease: The ranch leases 592.64 acres along the west boundary of the deeded land from Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD). The lease is an annual year-to-year lease. The land was once part of the deeded ranch real estate. The NPPD lease is unique in that the Meister family is the only party that can lease the land for grazing and haying. The Meister family retained exclusive hunting rights to the land when they sold the tract to NPPD. Land Use & Carrying Capacity: By combining the leased land and the deed land, the ranch has 424 irrigated cropland acres; approximately 3,000 acres of native grass rangeland & subirrigated meadows; with balance in improvements, feedlot, ponds, and tree groves. In a normal year, the ranch will support 400cow/calf pairs plus provide feed for owned or custom fed feedlot cattle. Irrigation & Livestock Water: Three center pivot systems with high volume wells irrigate 424 acres currently in corn, rye, forage crops, an irrigated cool season grass to be hayed or grazed. One Valley system new in 2006. Two T&L Systems new in 2013. All systems have chemigation equipment. 3 Isuzu diesel power units. All wells are set up for 1,000 gpm. Static water depths are 5.6 to 8 feet. Pumping depths are 60-80 feet. There are no pumping allocations/restrictions. Unlimited, shallow ground water. Two large capacity stock wells supply ranch with water. All pastures have underground water pipeline with numerous water tanks and valves to turn off flow to tanks during winter. One large capacity solar tank is located centrally among pastures in case of a power outage. One well has an emergency plug in to hook up a generated for emergency watering if necessary. Ponds are scattered throughout the ranch. Improvements: Feedyard & Corrals: State of Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) permitted 4700 head feed yard/back grounding facility. This operation is considered large but does not require any lagoon or annual paperwork of any kind. This is very rare to have no requirements other than maintaining a grass buffer strip along pens and controlling wastewater runoff. Cattle handling facilities offer a well-designed corral system that can be used for fat cattle sorting or cow/calf management with an adjustable alley feeding into a hydraulic chute and a hydraulic calf cradle. Many new steel overhead supports with heavy duty gates and numerous sorting pens. A large weaning calf weaning pen is constructed of guard rail plus 6 calf pens with steel pipe top rail and 5 cable below. All have heavy duty steel overheads with steel gates. More pens with 6 barb wire with a hotwire on the inside. All pens have large capacity freeze proof tire tanks. A large pad of thick cement for a feed pile. Three Homes: Absentee owners/guest house/hunting cabin: Built in 2009. 1508 sq feet of living area including loft. Beautiful interior with loft, cathedral ceiling living room, open floor plan with kitchen island, side patio and covered front porch. The home has accommodated 12 guests! The home has extra insulation but was designed to be easily winterized and closed in winter with no fear of water pipes freezing. Present owners home: Double wide modular built in 1994 but painted on the outside and inside, with new flooring and new decks put on in 2013. 1,706 sq ft with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Employees Home: Astro steel sided home built in 2013. 1-1/2 half story home with 1,920 sq ft of living area. 2 bedroom. 1 bath. Electric cove heating. Other Improvements: Steel shop approximately 40 x 80, heated with propane, insulated with concrete floor. Insulated overhead door 20w x 14h, hot water with sink and all new lighting 5 stall open front calving barn, and a cowboy/tack barn with headgate to help with calving. 4 stall open front calving barn with headgate, located mile N of the headquarters, nestled in a large mature tree windbreak that is perfect for calving . Corn syrup/steep/water building that is insulated and heated with 2-3600 gal tanks and room for a 3rd tank. EPA approved containment system holding a 15,000-gal farm diesel tank and several smaller tanks for road diesel and gasoline. A 28-ton bulk bin new in 2009. A loading dock for heavy equipment. 2019 Real Estate Taxes:$16,151.62 ($5.53 per acre) Note: Taxes are reasonable for this highly improved ranch with irrigation due to the large consolidated school district with a large tax valuation. For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 26015-18601
$4,700,000

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Gardner Farm & Pasture
#NE312728
Box Butte, Nebraska
4,441.00 acres
The Gardner Farm & Pasture is a combination of productive irrigated farm ground and prime ranch land, located 12 miles west of Alliance, Nebraska in the Snake Creek Valley. Spanning 4,441 deeded acres +/- the subject property is comprised of 372.2 certified irrigated acres under three pivots with the balance being in grass. Improvements include; good cattle facilities, a newer modular home, two older ranch houses, a large equipment shop and four 22,000 bu Behlen grain bins which were newly rewired in 2016. All three center-pivot irrigated circles have excellent shallow irrigation wells in the prolific Arikaree Aquifer, with shallow levels that have stayed nearly static over the past 40 years. The wells and pivots have been annually serviced by Western Valley Irrigation and Dustin White Pump Service and are electric powered (PREMA) except for the south pivot, which is powered by a John Deere diesel generator. These irrigation wells are metered and have been conservatively used with a large unused future water reserve established with the Upper Niobrara – White Natural Resource District. The soils are sandy silt loam which produces excellent crops and grazing. The farm has raised corn (220 bu/a in 2015), wheat (100-120 bu/a in most years), edible beans (40-50 bu/a most years), sugar beets with top yields, excellent dairy alfalfa for many years and excellent potatoes (cash rented) over the past 40 years. The ranch land on the Gardner Farm and Pasture is crossed fenced into 9 pastures. It is well watered with shallow stock water wells equipped with windmills and electric submersible pumps on the same well with large watering tanks. Set up as a turnkey cattle operation, working improvements include; good cattle feeding pens, very good cattle working facilities and calving barns. The Gardner Farm & Pasture offers a turnkey, well balanced operation that few other properties have to offer. This property has been well cared for and managed by the owner/operator (farmer-rancher) in cooperation with good tenant farmers and ranchers. To arrange a time to view the Gardner Farms & Pasture call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
$4,000,000

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Western Nebraska Grass Pasture
#NE432898
Dawes, Nebraska
6,900.00 acres
The Western Nebraska Grass Pasture encompasses 6,900 acres of deeded grassland in northwest Nebraska, just to the north of scenic town of Chadron, Nebraska. The property provides excellent natural forage from the ‘short grass prairie’ grasslands and has good access being bisected by US Hwy 385 which runs from Chadron to Rapid City. Rush Creek winds through the property on a southeasterly course. The ranch is cross-fenced with each pasture having two or more water sources being reservoirs, creeks and pipeline drinkers. The ranch consists of 6,900 deeded acres of high-quality grasslands. The lands are gently rolling to rolling and slope toward Rush Creek which runs in a southeasterly direction. The lands are cross-fenced into nine larger pastures. Water is supplied by Rush Creek and reservoirs seasonally with reliance on the two pipeline systems. The larger south side of the ranch is serviced by the Wayside Pipeline system, a community pipeline servicing about six ranches including this one. Approval is required for a new owner to join the pipeline. The north side pipeline is serviced from an electric well on the property with five drinkers. Quality hard grass varieties include both cool and warm season species including Green Needle Grass, Indian Rice Grass, Western Wheatgrass, Thick spike Wheatgrass, Slender Wheatgrass, Blue Grama, Buffalo Grass, Little Bluestem, Prairie Sand reed, Side Oats Grama, Hairy Grama and Switch Grass among others. Improvements consist of fences, livestock water systems and reservoirs, corrals, open faced sheds (2) and a livestock barn. A house or modular could be added if desired. The ranch is leased through next year but has a provision for early termination upon sale. The ranch should qualify for the new Grassland CRP, a new NRCS program for management of grasslands with a rest or rotation component and record keeping. The 15-year program allows for a cap of $50,000 per year per property at a base rate of about $10/acre.
$3,800,000
Minnechaduza Creek Ranch
#NE450933
Cherry, Nebraska
4,351.00 acres
The Minnechaduza Creek Ranch, including over three and a half miles of creek frontage, consists of 4,351± acres located in Cherry County, Nebraska. The ranch is located 14 miles west of Valentine on Highway 20. The terrain varies from rolling sandhills, fertile creek valley, and hard grass. A pivot, sub-irrigated meadow, and dryland hay ground provide plenty of winter feed and numerous hand-planted shelterbelts provide excellent winter protection. The property also features three homes, indoor arena, outdoor arena, corrals, and barns. Hunting is excellent with the combination of water, trees and creek bottoms. Wildlife include deer, turkeys, upland birds, and waterfowl. This is a very well-balanced ranch with all the amenities needed for a successful operation.
$5,800,000
Arrowsmith Niobrara River Ranch
#NE261494
Keya Paha, Nebraska
4,390.00 acres
This legacy ranch, located in Keya Paha County near Bassett Nebraska, consists of 4390 +/- deeded acres of hard grass canyon pastures, hay meadows, and nearly 4 miles of historic Niobrara River frontage.  This portion of the river has been designated as the "Niobrara Scenic River" by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service.  Ranching - The Arrowsmith Ranch is well balanced with summer rangeland and excellent hay production.  With 1500 acres of sub-irrigated hay meadow and second bench ground.  The canyon pastures will carry 240 cow/calf pairs during summer grazing.  Adequate fall and winter grazing can be found on the after growth of the hay meadows.  With live springs and creeks for livestock water there is no need to break ice in the winter.  Excellent protection makes this ranch ideal for wintering and calving cows.  A calving barn is situated on the hay meadow.Hunting - This ranch truly has some of the best big game hunting ever to be found in the state of Nebraska.  It supports a local elk herd of nearly 100 animals.  400 class bulls are not uncommon.  The whitetail deer hunting is world class, with trophies ranging from 170 to 200 inches taken yearly.  Mule deer and turkeys can be found on the ranch in increasing numbers.   Fishing - The Niobrara River drainage contains the largest number of fish species occurring in Nebraska.  Game fish in the Niobrara include channel catfish, carp, bluegill, green sunfish, grass pickerel, and many other fish species. History - Outlaw Doc Middleton had a hideout cabin near Tarbell Creek, which runs through the ranch.  Remnants can still be found today.  The life of the notorious horse thief has been chronicled in numerous books.  He has been etched into the history of the Great American West.  Also notable, the original townsite of Carns was located just East of the ranch.  Carns was the first stop on the stagecoach line which ran from Oneill Nebraska to the Black Hills in South Dakota.Here is your chance to own a large working ranch with unmatched recreational opportunities.  Call Terry or Jade to set up your qualified private showing. 
$4,995,000
2,080+/- Acres of Sub Irrigated Meadows!
#NE428636
Holt, Nebraska
2,080.00 acres
Farmers National Company is pleased to announce the listing of 2,080+/- acres of sub irrigated meadows offering high carrying capacity pasture or hay land. The property offers seven lakes/ponds and several dugouts making this home to Canadian geese, ducks, prairie chicken, turkey and deer. The water fowl hunting is enhanced by nearby corn fields and perfect habitat. There is a pipeline water system for livestock water along with numerous windmills. Nearly 60 acres was planted into numerous deciduous trees which offers good refuge for the deer. The earthen dams were strategically located to enhance the retention of water creating natural wetlands. WRP contract in place with grazing and haying plan. If you are looking for seclusion and off the grid property, you may want to inspect this wildlife gem offering income and wide-open space. Electricity is nearby. Call for details and personal inspection. The property is located, from Chambers, Nebraska, four miles south on 487th Avenue, then two miles west on 870th Road to the east side of the property.
$4,108,000
Good Hardland Grass with New Fencing!
#NE453509
Sherman, Nebraska
1,762.00 acres
Good hardland grass with new fencing. Excellent water with three submersible wells with nine tire tanks and three metal tanks. This is a contiguous unit separated into eight pastures. The property is located ten miles east of Ansley on Highway 92 then three miles north on 463 Avenue, then a half mile east to the property line.
$3,788,000