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Trout Ranch
#NE233992
Morrill, Nebraska
6,218.00 acres
Located on western edge of the Nebraska Sandhills near Alliance, NE, the Trout Ranch is an excellent working ranch consisting of 6,218 deeded acres together with 640 acres leased from the State of Nebraska. The ranch is owner-rated as a 425 Cow operation plus replacements, bulls and horses. The Trout Ranch is well balanced with outstanding grasslands, a center pivot, excellent water resources together with functional improvements in very good condition.
$3,650,000

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Lodgepole Rangeland & Livestock Facility
#NE447057
Deuel, Nebraska
4,467.00 acres
Lodgepole Rangeland includes excellent productivity, fence and livestock water. The North Unit sustained a range fire in early March 2020, destroying several miles of fence along US#30. The near new AI facility allows for semen collection, artificial insemination on a mass scale, collection of donor cows and transfer of either fertilized eggs or embryos. The South Unit is excellent rangeland with corrals. Legal Description: North Parcel: That part of Sections 2&3 north of US#30-T13N-R46W; S1/2SW1/4, NW1/4SW1/4, SW1/4SE1/4 Section 26; All Sections 27&28; All Section 33 north of US#30; All Sections 34&35-T14N-R46W West of the 6th P.M. in Deuel County, Nebraska. South Parcel: That part of Sections 9, 10, 11 south of I-80; All Sections 14, 15, 24; part E1/2 Section 25-T13N-R46W West of the 6th P.M. in Deuel County, Nebraska. Land Use - North Unit: The acres north of US#30 include 399 acres dryland cropland along the north boundary and 4,003 acres rangeland. Rangeland is cross-fenced into 5 pastures with 7 water sites from submersible wells. The improvement site includes 65 acres in pens. Cropland - North Unit: Road 24 on the north boundary provides excellent access to the cropland. Soils are 50% Class II, 40% Class III dryland. FSA Base & Yield: 123.5 acres Wheat @ 36 bu Rangeland - North Unit: Terrain is mostly gently rolling, treeless with good visibility. The south boundary includes new fence along US#30. Acres/Taxes - North Unit: 4,467 tax assessed, deeded acres; estimated 2019 taxes payable 2020 are $25,000. Price - North Unit: North Unit $3,100,000 Improvements - North Unit: The North Unit includes excellent steel, welded pipe working and feeding facilities attached to the AI facility. Feeding pens include concrete bunk/apron, welded pipe pens at the bunk, plus long grass pens with electric fencing. The AI building is first class with full concrete floor, hot house, two alleys with chutes. This facility was designed for all functions of artificial breeding: semen, eggs or embryo collection; insemination & embryo transfer; feeding preparation of donor and recipient cows. Land Use - South Unit: The 2,819 acres south of I-80 are entirely rangeland, fenced into 5 pastures with 8 water sites. This parcel includes a good set of corrals. Rangeland - South Unit: Terrain is gently undulating, treeless; with corrals and truck loadout. Roads 10 and 159 provide access to the south and east boundary. Acres/Taxes - South Unit: 2,819 tax assessed, deeded acres; estimated 2019 taxes payable 2020 are $16,000. Price - South Unit: South Unit $1,700,000 Improvements - South unit: Corrals Comments: This state-of-the-art facility includes full concrete floor, excellent overhead lighting, with lab or hot house. The curved cattle tub leads to two alleys and chutes, each designed for specific work related to artificial insemination of cattle. Outside facilities are excellent welded pipe chutes, pens, alleys. 18 individual pens to the northwest each include 200 foot concrete bunk with the automatic waterers in the fenceline. Semen collection, donor cow collection, artificial insemination, embryo transfer available here. Contact: Don Walker 308.764.7175 Mike Polk 308.539.4446 John Childers 308.539.4450
$3,100,000

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Sheridan County Irrigated Farm
#NE312724
Sheridan, Nebraska
1,156.00 acres
This farm has 4 highly productive parcels with excellent soils & great access with gravel county road adjacent to each parcel. The farm consists of Pivot Irrigated Cropland, Dryland Cropland, CRP, and 2 sets of improvements. Location: 6 miles northeast of Gordon, Nebraska on 160th Lane and 150th Lane Legal Description: Parcel 1: NW1/4, SE1/4, Pt. SW1/4 Sec. 2-T33N-R41W of the 6th P.M., Sheridan County, NE Parcel 2: S1/2, NE1/4 Sec. 11-T33N-R41W of the 6th P.M., Sheridan County, NE Parcel 3: N1/2, Pt. S1/2 (N or RR) Sec.14-T33N-R41W of the 6th P.M., Sheridan County, NE Parcel 4: Pt. NW1/4, N1/2SW1/4 Sec.25-T33N-R41W of the 6th P.M., Sheridan County, NE Acres & Taxes: Parcel 1: 388.57 tax assessed acres; 2018 taxes payable in 2019 -- $4,566.62 Parcel 2: 480 tax assessed acres; 2018 taxes payable in 2019 -- $8,309.54 Parcel 3: 540.26 tax assessed acres; 2018 taxes payable in 2019 -- $7,055.16 Parcel 4: 227.52 tax assessed acres; 2018 taxes payable in 2019 -- $4,220.60 FSA Information: Parcel 1: 359.47 Acres cropland; 71.44 Ac. Wheat base - 58 Bu. PLC yield; 95.16 Ac. Corn base - 151 Bu. PLC yield. Parcel 2: 413.04 Acres cropland; 116.8 Ac. Wheat base - 58 Bu. PLC yield & 155.43 Ac. Corn base - 151 Bu. PLC yield. Parcel 3: 392.74 Ac. Cropland; 112.1 Ac. Wheat base - 58 Bu. PLC Yield; 149.4 Ac. Corn base - 151 Bu. PLC yield. Parcel 4: 214.24 Ac. Cropland; 61.78 Ac. Wheat base - 58 Bu. PLC Yield; 82.3 Ac. Corn base - 151 Bu. PLC yield. CRP Information: Parcel 1: 109.71 Acres CRP : 2020 payment $3,640, 2021 payment $2,740. Contract #843B expiring 2020 and 848B expiring in 2021. Parcel 2: 8.2 Acres CRP, Contract #844B expiring in 2020, payment $302. Parcel 3: 3.8 Ac. CRP, Contract #845B expiring 2020, payment $143 Irrigation Information: Parcel 1: Two 9-tower Lockwood pivots, 246.2 certified irrigated acres, NE Well Reg. #G-64382 set up to pump 600 GPM from 212 ft. at time of drilling, electric 75-HP GE motor & pump. Parcel 2: One 7-tower Reinke pivot, one 10-tower Lockwood pivot, 288.8 certified irrigated acres; NE Well Reg. #G-041877 set up to pump 400 GPM from 200’ and NE Well Reg.#G-041933 set up to pump 500 GPM from 190’ at time of drilling, one 50-HP GE elec. motor, one 60-HP GE elec. motor and 2 pumps. New (2019) irrigation well & Layne Bowler pump, new buried electric line from east road to south pivot motor. Parcel 3: Two 9-tower Lockwood pivot, 253.3 certified irrigated acres; NE Well Reg. #G-050414 set up to pump 800 GPM from 157’ at time of drilling, one 100-HP elec. motor, one irrigation pump. Submersible stock well in pasture. Parcel 4: Two 4-tower Zimmatic pivots, one 7-tower Zimmatic pivot; 189.4 Certified Irrigated Acres; NE Well Reg #G-036543 set up to pump 900 GPM from 60’ at time of drilling, NE Well Reg. #G-047635 set up to pump 1,600 GPM from 265’ at time of drilling, one 75-HP Newman elec. motor & one irrigation pump. (Note: There is only one well at this time) Soils: Parcel 1: Pivot soils are 87.8% Class I & II. Parcel 2: Pivot soils are 89.8% Class I & II. Parcel 3: Pivot soils are 64.5% Class I & II. Parcel 4: Pivot soils are 54.3% Class I & II. Improvements: Parcel 2: Property has older 1,400 sq. ft. home with a 48’x100’ newer pole barn for calving, an older barn & good corrals with open front shed. Parcel 3: Property has older 1,044 sq. ft. home with one 3,000 sq. ft. and two 2,400 sq. ft. hay storage/utility buildings, a barn, miscellaneous out buildings & 3 grain bins. It also has 6 backgrounding lots with concrete feed bunks and 6’ aprons. Excellent cattle load-out facility with pipe corrals, concrete silo & bulk bins. Comments: Parcel 1: Excellent terrain and soils. North pivot has an excellent stand of alfalfa and the south pivot is planted to TEFF Grass, remaining dryland is enrolled in CRP. Parcel 2: For 2019, Everything under the pivots is in TEFF grass with non-irrigated alfalfa corners. Parcel 4: Excellent access just 1/4 mile off of US Hwy 20 on County gravel road. For 2019, everything under the pivots is currently in TEFF grass with non-irrigated alfalfa corners. For more information on this property contact listing agents: Brian Reynolds - 308.380.5734 Mike Polk - 308.539.4446
$2,740,000
Good Pivot Irrigated Farm!
#NE439049
Custer, Nebraska
1,100.00 acres
Good farm with the pivots being very productive. Located right along Highway 183 with most of the pasture being four miles west that can be sold separate from the main farm. The home place is one-half mile west of Westerville, Nebraska on Highway 183. The pasture ground is four miles west of Westerville.
$3,230,000
A Lazy A Ranch
#NE412317
Dawes, Nebraska
1,188.00 acres
A Lazy A RanchThe 1188 acre A Lazy A Ranch, sits just 6 miles south of Crawford in the beautiful pine ridge country of northwest Nebraska.  Descending into the ranch you are greeted by two large hay meadows and a charming homestead utilized as the caretaker’s quarters.  At the center of the headquarters you find the well-designed cattle working facilities, large open barn, and Quonset for equipment storage.  As you move further into the interior of the ranch you will find the keystone of the property nestled in a secluded canyon.   The meticulously crafted, custom-built log home offers 2416 square feet on the main floor and 1050 square foot in the basement. The 3-bedroom, 3 bath home includes many custom finishes including hickory plank flooring, large open kitchen and living area with and a fantastic stone fireplace framed with historic barn beams.  The main floor has a large master suite with two private decks. Downstairs is a large family room, bar and two non-conforming bedrooms.  The horse barn also boasts many custom touches, including 5 large stalls, and a custom-built bar and tack room.  The A Lazy A offers the sportsman and the grazer a turnkey opportunity for cattle and hay production as well as top shelf hunting.  World class elk call the ranch home, and the current owner has taken a bull elk on the property that scores an astounding 443” Boone and Crockett.  HuntingThe ranch is home to a good number of mule deer, whitetail deer, turkey, and very high-quality elk.  Located in the Hat Creek Unit, the ranch qualifies for resident limited landowner elk tags.  Landowner tags are also available for deer, however OTC deer tags are unlimited in this unit.  The terrain on the ranch consists of rolling grass hills and hardwood creek bottoms with dramatic ponderosa pine ridges running through property.  The combination of excellent cover, high-quality feed and plenty of water sources keeps the wildlife on the ranch and plentiful. LivestockCurrently the ranch runs 150 cow calf pairs year-round as well as 250 stocker cattle for approximately 150 days.  Hay production has averaged 300 tons annually and varies with grazing strategies. The ranch currently holdes a Forrest service grazing lease on the adjacent 640 acres on the southwest border of the property.   The good mix of warm and cool season grasses give the grazer the opportunity to utilize the multiple pastures throughout the year with proper rotation.  WaterA Lazy A is a well-watered property that boasts 11 tire tanks on a pipeline utilizing solar, submersable and windmill .  Another bonus is the live water on the A Lazy A.  Cherry Creek runs a little over a mile on the west and Bozle creek runs a quarter of a mile on the east side of the ranch.   The opportunity to lease the pasture and hay production also makes for an opportunity for the new owners to produce income from the ranch.  History and AttractionsFort Robinson State Park which can be seen from just about anywhere on the ranch is one of the most visited destinations for families in the country and avid history buffs.   The Agate Fossil Beds National Monument sits just a short drive south of the ranch and is an incredible destination to see dinosaur fossils, Native American history, and artifacts as well as many other western items.  The Hudson-Meng Research and Educational Center offers the opportunity to see a massive bison burial site with the remains of over 600 bison preserved in the mass grave. Toadstool Park is also just a stone’s throw from the ranch.  It has many fascinating geologic formations and unusual rock formations.   Other attractions include the Old West Trail Days PRCA Rodeo over the 4th of July, Peabody Hale Fiddle Contest as well as many other events.The area also has excellent fishing in Box Butte Reservoir, Lake Whitney and the White River.   Access to thousands of acres of public land is also available in the Ponderosa Wildlife Management Area, Soldier Creek Wilderness Area and the Oglala National Grasslands.Call today for your own private showing. 
$2,995,000
Bobtail Creek Ranch
#NE386320
Hitchcock, Nebraska
1,773.00 acres
Here is an awesome multipurpose property totaling 1773 +/- acres on Bobtail Creek south of Palisade, Nebraska in Hitchcock County.  The ranch boasts over 1200 acres of pastureland that supports a mixed-grass prairie community. Upland vegetation includes Little Bluestem, Sideoats Grama, Blue Grama, Western Wheatgrass and many other warm and cool season grasses.  The main draw on the west side of the property boasts approximately 1.6 miles of Bobtail Creek that flows year-round.   Several large pools have formed along the creek providing excellent water holes for wildlife, some of which hold Bluegill and small bait fish.  Along Bobtail creek there are large stands of Cottonwood and Cedar trees with the smattering of other hardwoods throughout the bottoms.  The many feeder draws that join Bobtail Creek offer plenty of cover and hiding places for the wildlife that call this place home. RecreationThe hunting on the Bobtail Creek Ranch has historically been very good with large herds of Mule deer and the occasional Whitetail deer.  The average bucks taken have been 130”-160” with larger deer taken periodically.  There are also large groups of Merriam’s and Rio Grand Turkeys that frequent the area.  As you head up out of the creek there are pockets of excellent pheasant and quail habitat.   Along the edges of the dryland farm ground and the many mature tree rows, the birds will utilize the cover to nest and hide providing very good opportunity for multiple limits of bird.  This very diverse property offers so much opportunity for the outdoorsman to make this a multi season hunters paradise with potential for agricultural income.  Or vice-versa, it is a well-rounded cattle ranch that will allow a producer to raise livestock and crops with the opportunity for some nice income potential via hunting lease or outfitting. AgricultureThe current owner has had a very stringent grazing plan and has run approximately 120 cows annually.  Historically there has been plenty of hold over feed and carrying capacity could be increased to around 150 cows.  Currently the dryland farm operations are being utilized for hay production with approximately 120 acres in Alfalfa/grass mix and the remaining 450 is in cane.  Approximately 4 tons/ acre of cane hay have been produced annually. ImprovementsThe home is an older 4-bedroom 2 bath ranch style with lots of character. Two large livestock barns with working pens and two large lots for feeder cattle are located on site as well.  There are two grain bins and multiple outbuildings for storage additionally a 30' x 30" shed for equipment storage is on site as well.    The area usually sees on average 240 days of sun and rainfall is around 21 inches annually.
$2,720,000
Philpot Ranch
#NE467248
Logan, Nebraska
1,731.00 acres
Philpot Ranch consists of 1,731± deeded acres in Logan County, Nebraska. The property is located four miles north of Stapleton along Highway 83. The ranch features 184± acres under pivot irrigation, wetlands, living shelterbelts, and native rangeland, which makes it a very well-balanced unit and supports all kinds of wildlife from big game to waterfowl. Philpot Ranch would make an excellent investment property, with a leaseback option or ranch expansion.
$2,650,000
Philpot Ranch
#NE471748
Logan, Nebraska
1,731.00 acres
Philpot Ranch consists of 1,731± deeded acres in Logan County, Nebraska. The property is located four miles north of Stapleton along Highway 83. The ranch features 184± acres under pivot irrigation, wetlands, living shelterbelts, and native rangeland, which makes it a very well-balanced unit and supports all kinds of wildlife from big game to waterfowl. Philpot Ranch would make an excellent investment property, with a leaseback option or ranch expansion.
$2,650,000
Nice Combination Farm/Ranch! 2,545.7 Acres, Sioux County, Nebraska
#NE383297
Sioux, Nebraska
2,546.00 acres
Located on Highway #71 with great access, this is a very nice farm/ranch combination property with a remodeled home and nice supporting buildings. The pastures are in good condition and have been very well managed, and a diesel powered irrigation pivot provides for feed production. The 2,800 sq ft home has been updated and is very nice. It has four bedrooms, three baths, a basement, and attached and detached garages. There is also a smaller house that would be a nice guest house, and grain bins for crop storage. The shop is an arched quonset style building and there is a newer calving barn/machine storage building. This property would be a good addition to an existing operation or a nice starter operation. There are 328.14 acres currently enrolled in CRP with an expiration date of September 30, 2031 and an annual payment of $52.29 per acre. 36.21 acres currently enrolled with an expiration date of September 30, 2026 and an annual payment of $50.81 per acre. The property is located approximately 20 miles southwest of Hemingford, Nebraska.
$1,950,000
South Divide Grassland
#NE447323
Chase, Nebraska
1,546.00 acres
This property offers a unique opportunity to acquire a large tract of land adjoining Enders Reservoir State Recreation Area and  State Wildlife Management Area. The north side of the property has great views of the lake and currently has 8 goose pits on the hills above the lake, more on that below.The grass is crossfenced into 6 pastures with adequate water in each one. Perimeter fences are 3 and 4 strandbarbed wire and are in good repair. Crossfences consists of 4 strand barbed wire and 3 strand high tensile electric. The grass is mostly warm season buffalo and grama grasses, well sodded and has been well managed through rotational grazing.The dryland lays on the South of the ranch and is highly productive flat level farmground.The headquarters are located about 1/4 mile off the county road and features a 1632 sq. ft house, two machinery sheds, and several smaller buildings all very well maintained. There are also 9 grain bins on the property.Because of the diverse terrain and deep canyons, the hunting in this area is outstanding featuring world class mule deer and white-tailed deer.  Both Merriams and Rio Grande turkey also frequent the area giving the sportsman plenty of critters to chase.   The ranch has 8 underground goose pits.  Multiple flights of geese pass over the property and it is not unusual to have a great goose hunt in the morning and get after a limit of pheasants in the afternoon.  Bordering Enders Lake State Wildlife Area boasting 5700 public acres for a multitude of recreation opportunities, whether its hunting, fishing, or watersports.  The State of Nebraska is doing a great job of providing good access to quality hunting and fishing.Enders Reservoir is a good walleye, crappie, white bass, tiger muskie fishing lake.  The lake offers excellent sandy beaches and exceptionally clean, clear water for enjoyment.  There are large bluffs on the south side of the reservoir that all but block the predominant south winds in the summer.  So, the lake stays calm compared to similar reservoirs in the area.  Chase County also boasts well over 65,000 acres of public walk in access hunting.  Additionally, the area is home to an abundance of small game such as sharp-tail grouse, prairie chicken, bobcat and coyote.  Enders Lake Golf Club is right across the highway from the campgrounds at the Lake. it has a 9 hole course and dining.Imperial Nebraska is 13 miles from the ranch. Imperial is a progressive town of about 2100, it is the County Seat of Chase County. It offers a full array of services. Imperial Municipal Airport has a 5022 ft concrete runway.
$1,890,000