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Peetz Combination Farm
#CO261278
Logan, Colorado
1,113.00 acres
This exceptional combination farm/ranch offering is located just one mile north of Peetz, Colorado.  Peetz, population 227, is home to the RE-5 School District and Peetz K-12 school. Sidney, Nebraska, is located just 20 miles to the north and is home to a municipal airport with a 6,600 ft. runway.  Sterling, Colorado is located just 25 miles to the south and is the county seat for Logan County. Sterling has an ethanol plant. Both Peetz and Sterling have adequate grain marketing and agricultural support facilities. There is adequate feed growing capacity and ample water. This farm is complete with an updated set of improvements and would make a great investment opportunity or addition to any established operation.Property - 1114 acres M/L with 480 acres in Section 28 and 634 acres in Section 25.Water - Section 25 - 760 acre feet of soft water produced by 4 decreed ground water wells pumping 1980 gpm to 3 center pivot systems. Water decreed uses as follows: Irrigation within Section 25, livestock watering, domestic uses and special short term projects, such as road construction and other maintenance projects, windmill operation and/or construction and oil field well development within Logan County Colorado. This water well field does not require an augmentation plan.  Water - Section 28 - 635 acre feet of soft water produced by 3 decreed ground water wells pumping 2215 gpm to 3 center pivot systems.The depth of the wells range from 120 to 160 ft. with the standing water level @ 70 ft. resulting in very reasonable pumping cost.  (Historically $50/ acre and can be managed to be 90 KW.)  The wells on each section are all interconnected making any one or all available at any given time thus the water right concept “Well Field”. Equipment built by Sargent Irrigation.Improvements - A 5 bedroom, 2 bath home, quonset/shop, 3 bay garage, barn with loafing shed, corrals w/ hydraulic work chute, chicken house/calving shed, 6 grain bins/25000 bu. all in good condition.(Owner financing available with the property. Please call John Herrity at 970-685-0545 for additional information).
$5,400,000
N. Sterling Reservoir Ranch
#CO417521
Logan, Colorado
2,149.00 acres
The N. Sterling Reservoir Ranch is a 2,149± deeded acre parcel approximately 18 miles north of Sterling, Colorado with waterfront on the reservoir. The topography of the ranch consists of flat pastures, shorelines with HUGE cottonwoods and boulder-covered hillsides with a variety of vegetation. There are also many shelter belts lined with cedars and plum trees. All of this provides ample protection for wildlife. Several species frequent the property including mule deer, white-tailed deer, antelope, jack rabbits, dove, wild turkeys, coyotes and of course ducks and geese. The property boundaries extend into the lake to make waterfowl hunting available as water levels fluctuate. The lake also has walleye, bass, catfish and other species of fish. With private access to the lake, the recreational opportunities are endless. This property offers several building sites and is located only 25 minutes from Sterling and about 2-1/4 hours from Denver. There is a 30’x50’ metal building with electricity and septic. There is also a historic ranch house located on the property.
$3,900,000
Reiradon Hills Ranch
#CO341327
Logan, Colorado
4,101.00 acres
The Reiradon Hills Ranch, located nine miles east of Sterling, Colorado, is a productive grass ranch which is owner-rated at 200 pairs and offers excellent water, protection and improvements with the cattleman in mind. The 4,101.12± acre ranch consists of 1,517± deeded acres and 2,584± State of Colorado lease acres which includes 384± acres of improved pasture or hay ground on the ranch. Improvements include 12,053 sq. ft. stucco with log accents home which has four bedroom, 5-1/2 bathrooms, and an indoor pool. The other improvements include a 60’x80’ heated insulated shop, 30’x70’ heated calving barn, steel shipping pens with a covered processing area, 18’x68’ horse barn and other ranch outbuildings. The ranch has six wells. The main stock well is solar and electric with a 25,000-gallon storage tank and a new pipeline that provides water to insulated fiberglass tanks strategically located throughout the ranch.
$3,850,000
Reiradon Hills Ranch Colorado
#CO246680
Logan, Colorado
1,517.00 acres
The Reiradon Hills Ranch is a productive showcase grass ranch located on a paved highway near Sterling, Colorado. The ranch consists of 1,517+/- deeded acres and 2,584.12+/- state of Colorado lease acres. Excellent improvements include a beautiful custom caliber two-story home, stucco with log accents in a private and secluded location and combined with matching horse barn. State-of-the-art working facilities round out the building improvements and include a new large shop, custom calving barn, covered working facilities and pipe corrals along with other minor buildings. The property has excellent water characteristics with wells, pipelines and multiple drinker locations. Reiradon Hills Ranch offers excellent access and a private, beautiful setting. LOCATION The Reiradon Hills Ranch is located approximately 9 miles east of Sterling, Colorado. There is year-round access from paved State Highway 61. To access the ranch from Sterling, travel east on I-76 Business/US-6 E for 2.1 miles; turn right onto CO-61 S for 7.1 miles to the destination. Known as the Queen City of the Plains, Sterling is located in Logan County in the Northeastern corner of Colorado on Interstate 76. Having the largest population, estimated at approximately 14,777, of those communities in Colorado east of Pueblo, Sterling is the regional shopping hub for Northeast Colorado and Southwest Nebraska. The Logan County Chamber of Commerce has links to the local businesses in Sterling. ACREAGE The deeded acreage includes 126.7+/- acres of dry cropland and 384 acres of improved pasture and meadow hayland, part of which was historically cultivated. The Colorado State lease associated with the Reiradon Hills Ranch consists of a total of 2,584.12 acres, including 137.6+/- acres of cropland. The State lease #46975 expires in 2023 and renewable every ten years with a current lease cost of $17,253.30. RANCH OPERATIONS The Reiradon Hills Ranch has historically run 200+ cow/calf pairs year-round or yearling equivalents. The grass is high quality with a variety of hard grass species, rich in protein content. It is common for weight gains of 1.8 to 2 pounds per day on yearling cattle. The ranch is cross-fenced into 11 pastures for flexible management and efficient grazing rotation. The improved pasture and meadow hayland has a mixture of native grass with predominantly western wheat. Most fences are four strands of barbed wire with steel posts and are in good condition. WATER RESOURSES • Six wells with a new well for the pipeline system that operates on solar with electric backup. • 14 tanks strategically placed throughout the ranch, the majority are Montana fiberglass, insulated stock tanks • New pipe line with 1 ½”, 200 psi poly with a brass stop and waste valve at each tank • 25,000 gallon storage tank on the pipeline system • 7,000 gallon storage tank at the home IMPROVEMENTS Reirdadon Hills Ranch has many amenities such as: • Custom grade Two-story home with four bedrooms and five bathrooms • 2017 – 60’x80’ Red Iron shop, insulated, heated, concrete floor, six pull-through doors, of which two are automatic. • 2017 – 30’x70’ Cleary calving barn, insulated in the ceiling to prevent sweating, heated, vet room, maternity chute, and calving jugs • 2017 – 20’x30’ processing barn with new pipe corrals and overhead arch supports on all gates, windbreak, cattle load out chute, 800 head capacity. • 1992 – 18’x68’ horse barn with heated tack room • 26’x104’ loafing shed • 20’x30’ garage/shop • Several other outbuildings The main home on the Reiradon Hills Ranch has 12,053 square feet, with 9,701 livable square feet. The exterior is stucco with log accents and a metal roof. There is a large front and back porch. Mature landscape and trees with an underground sprinkler system and automatic drip line. The main floor of the home features kitchen, eat-in dining, formal dining room, great room and master bedroom. The kitchen has a Viking double oven with 6-burners and a gridle. A Sub-zero refrigerator, under counter microwave, island with a sink. The cabinets are oak and the floors oak hardwood. The kitchen has a large breakfast bar and a dining nook. There is a butler’s pantry that passes through to the large formal dining room. The pantry has numerous shelves a sink, refrigerator and dishwasher. The master bedroom on main floor has a wood fireplace, full bath and walk-in closet. There is a set of stairs that leads down to a second bathroom and walk-in closet. Great room has a wood fire-place and vaulted ceilings with exposed beams. There is an office located off the main entrance foyer with built-in bookcases. Also located on the main level is a half bath and laundry room with built-in cabinets and a sink. Other features include an indoor heated pool (heated with forced air gas), icemaker, exercise room, steam shower and sauna. The home is heated with two boilers with hot water baseboards. There is a three-car attached garage, which is heated and insulated, with shelves and a workbench. Each door has an automatic door opener. The second story of the home features two bedrooms and a bathroom, a family room, plus bonus room with shelves, and storage. The basement has a family room with large oak entertainment center, bar, a bedroom and two bathrooms. There is a full kitchen with refrigerator, dishwasher, range and a washer and dryer. RECREATION The City of Sterling has over 17 parks, five with dedicated concrete walking paths. Pioneer Park, the largest city park, located on the west edge of town also has a wooded walking area. The Parks, Library, and Recreation Department is currently working to develop new paths and trails along the riverside property. The Overland Trail Recreation area provides a nice stop for residents and visitors to picnic in natural surroundings. It is a nice leisure walk around the pond and fishing too. AIRPORT INFORMATION Crosson Field Municipal Airport serves Sterling, but there are no scheduled flights available from there. The closest airport served by scheduled flights is Denver International Airport, located 121 miles west of Sterling. Denver, Colorado: Denver International Airport is open 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week and is served by most major airlines and select charters, providing nonstop daily service to more than 130 national and international destinations. TAXES: $6,198 BROKER COMMENTS Reiradon Hills Ranch offers the very best in all that could be wanted in a ranch located in the Great Plains including very desirable productive land, excellent water resources, new and excellent working facilities and a beautiful and comfortable home with high end quality finishes. This is a ranch that “one will drive the wheels off their car trying to find one better”.
$3,850,000
Peetz Irrigated Section
#CO261228
Logan, Colorado
633.00 acres
This exceptional farm/ranch offering is located just one mile north of Peetz, Colorado.  Peetz, population 227, is home to the RE-5 School District and Peetz K-12 school. Sidney, Nebraska, is located just 20 miles to the north and is home to a municipal airport with a 6,600 ft. runway.  Sterling, Colorado is located just 25 miles to the south and is the county seat for Logan County. Sterling has an ethanol plant. Both Peetz and Sterling have adequate grain marketing and agricultural support facilities. There is adequate feed growing capacity and ample water. This farm is complete with an updated set of improvements and would make a great investment opportunity or addition to any established operation.Property - 633.98 acres M/L consisting of 480 acres M/L of crop land under 3 center pivot sprinklers. 53.49 acres M/L of flood irrigated crop land. 11 acres M/L of dry crop land  52 acres M/L dryland grass. 4.11 acres M/L CRP w/trees. 33.38 acres M/L including improvements and surrounding grass land.Water - 760 acre feet of soft water produced by 4 decreed ground water wells with decreed uses as follows: Irrigation within Section 25, livestock watering, domestic uses and special short term projects, such as road construction and other maintenance projects, windmill operation and/or construction and oil field well development within Logan County Colorado. This water well field does not require an augmentation plan.   The depth of the wells range from 120 to 160 ft. with the standing water level @ 70 ft. resulting in very reasonable pumping cost.  (Historically $50/ acre and can be managed to be 90 KW.)  The four wells are all interconnected making any one or all four available at any given time thus the water right concept “Well Field”. The NW and the Center wells are line shaft turbine pumps 8” and 6” built by Sargent Irrigation with 60hp and 40 hp hollow shaft electric motors. The SW and the House well are 30hp and 20 hp submersible 3 phase wells.Improvements - A 5 bedroom, 2 bath home, quonset/shop, 3 bay garage, barn with loafing shed, corrals w/ hydraulic work chute, chicken house/calving shed, 6 grain bins/25000 bu. all in good condition. 
$3,000,000
Peetz Land, Wind and Water
#CO261229
Logan, Colorado
480.00 acres
This exceptional farm/ranch offering is located just one mile north of Peetz, Colorado.  Peetz, population 227, is home to the RE-5 School District and Peetz K-12 school. Sidney, Nebraska, population 6,750, is located just 20 miles to the north and is home to a municipal airport with a 6,600 ft. runway.  Sterling, Colorado, is located just 25 miles to the south and is the county seat for Logan County. Sterling has an ethanol plant. Both Peetz and Sterling have adequate grain marketing and agricultural support facilities. There is adequate feed growing capacity, water and 3 phase power on the farm to accomodate a feeding operation. This farm has a nice long-term income stream and would make a great investment opportunity or addition to any established operation.Property - 480 acres M/L consisting of 395 acres M/L of sprinkler irrigated land under 3 center pivot sprinklers. 305 of these acres M/L in grass for grazing and the balance of 90 acres M/L in crop land. 7 acres M/L in flood irrigated crop land, 6 acres M/L dryland alfalfa/grass hay, 18 acres M/L in grass that can be flood irrigated, 85 acres M/L in dryland farm ground, 118 acres M/L in dry grassland. Balance of 11 acres M/L in roads & wind turbine easements.  Water - 635 acre feet of soft water produced by 3 decreed ground water wells with decreed uses as follows: Irrigation within Section 28, livestock watering, domestic uses and special short term projects, such as road construction and other maintenance projects, windmill operation and/or construction and oil field well development within Logan County Colorado. This water well field does not require an augmentation plan. The west well has a 10” Sargent  pump and a 100 hp hollow shaft electric motor pumping 1100 gpm.  The middle well is a 20hp submersible and the east is 15 hp. submersible. These wells are 160’ to 200’ deep with standing water @ 100’.  The water lines are all interconnected making for the ”well field”.   The pumping costs are historically $30/acre.  These grass acres were all once farmed and carry FSA base acres. Wind Generation - Included in sale are 100% of the rights to 2 wind turbans and one ½ mile transmission line easements.Minerals - Sellers to reserve ½ of sellers' currently owned minerals, if any, for 20 years or cessation of production.
$2,400,000
Atwood Irrigated Farm
#CO426272
Logan, Colorado
275.00 acres
Atwood Irrigated Farm:This 275+/- acre farm has it all. The property includes pivot Irrigation ground, flood Irrigation ground,and to top it off amazing surface water rights. The farm has its own Augmentation Plan which allows greater freedom to irrigate.  The water rights have been rated at 662 Acre Feet Consumptive use. The farm has been in the same family since 1939. This is a rare offering for this region, located between Merino and Atwood, Colorado. The farm is set up as a turnkey farming operation or investment property. This is a great offering for a local farm looking to add acreage, or an investor looking for an investment farm with recreational opportunity.. There are lots of options with the property.Land Break Down:There are 140+/- acres under a 7 Tower 1320' Stainless Steel Zimmatic center pivot. Nearly 115+/- acres of flood irrigated ground located next to the river offering great moist soils. The crop ground is currently being leased ; future lease options could be discussed.Water Rights:-17.5 Shares Schneider Ditch Co. 662 Acre feet (Decree Dates: 4/10/1873, 7/15/1875, 10/20/1880) 50 year historical consumptive use avg. of 33.9 ac/ft per share-30 Shares Davis Bros. Ditch Co. (50 year historical avg. 115 a/ft) Decree Dates 4/10/1874, 12/1/1890, 9/20/1894, 5/25/1903-23 Acre Rights Logan Prewitt Reservoir (23 a/ft) Decree Date 5/25/1910-2 Irrigation Wells RF-438 (WDID 6405099) 3300 GPM 40HP2687-F (WDID 6405100) 2250 GPM 30HPFor a qualified private showing call Jake Hyland 970-227-8990
$1,911,250
Atwood Hunt & Pasture
#CO426270
Logan, Colorado
140.00 acres
Atwood Hunt and Pasture:This 140+/- acre farm has it all, great hard wood river bottoms, pasture ground, and nearly 1 mile of South Platte River Frontage. The property is being offered with 1 share of Schneider Ditch Co. water.  The share would allow a potential buyer to farm, enroll the property into a WRP program, or create ponds.  This is a very rare opportunity to be able to flood and control water flows on your own hunting ground.  The farm has been in the same family since 1939. This is a rare offering for this region, located between Merino and Atwood, Colorado. The farm is set up as a turnkey farming operation or investment property. This is a great offering for a local farm looking to add acreage, or an investor looking for an investment farm with a great recreational opportunity, and/or a startup hemp farm. There are lots of options with the property.Water Rights:-1 Shares Schneider Ditch Co. 662 Acre feet (Decree Dates: 4/10/1873, 7/15/1875, 10/20/1880)Recreation:With nearly one mile of South Platte River frontage, this farm has endless opportunities for hunting. The farm sits in unit 96. This stretch of the river produces trophy quality deer every year. The Whitetail deer hunting is some of the best in the state. Having food, cover, and water is essential to growing and holding trophy deer. This property has all three. Turkey hunting on the property is world class with plenty of roost trees along the river. The waterfowl hunting around Merino, Colorado is well sought after because of its great migration and holding of ducks and geese along the river. Birds routinely feed in the surrounding agriculture fields located up and down the river. The farm is located between two major reservoirs, North Sterling and Prewitt Reservoirs, which migrating ducks and geese take refuge on during their journey South.For a qualified private showing call Jake Hyland 970-227-8990 
$1,119,999
Atwood Hunt and Farm
#CO426271
Logan, Colorado
57.00 acres
Atwood Hunt and Farm:This 57+/- acre farm has it all, great hard wood river bottoms, farm ground, and South Platte River Frontage. The property is being offered with 1 share of Schneider Ditch Co. water.  The share would allow a potential buyer to farm, enroll the property into a WRP program, or create ponds.  This is a very rare opportunity to be able to flood and control water flows on your own hunting ground.  The farm has been in the same family since 1939. This is a rare offering for this region, located between Merino and Atwood, Colorado. The farm is set up as a turnkey farming operation or investment property. This is a great offering for a local farm looking to add acreage, or an investor looking for an investment farm with a great recreational opportunity, and/or a startup hemp farm. There are lots of options with the property.Water Rights:-1 Shares Schneider Ditch Co. 662 Acre feet (Decree Dates: 4/10/1873, 7/15/1875, 10/20/1880)Recreation:With nearly one mile of South Platte River frontage, this farm has endless opportunities for hunting. The farm sits in unit 96. This stretch of the river produces trophy quality deer every year. The Whitetail deer hunting is some of the best in the state. Having food, cover, and water is essential to growing and holding trophy deer. This property has all three. Turkey hunting on the property is world class with plenty of roost trees along the river. The waterfowl hunting around Merino, Colorado is well sought after because of its great migration and holding of ducks and geese along the river. Birds routinely feed in the surrounding agriculture fields located up and down the river. The farm is located between two major reservoirs, North Sterling and Prewitt Reservoirs, which migrating ducks and geese take refuge on during their journey South.For a qualified private showing call Jake Hyland 970-227-8990 
$469,999
Dobbins Dryland & CRP
#CO451969
Logan, Colorado
120.00 acres
Productive tract of dryland and CRP situated 9± mi SW of Fleming, CO along Co Rd 71 and Co Rd 24. Mostly class 3 soils. Subject to crop-share lease for 2021. Opportunity to invest or expand! County Road 71 on west County Road 24 on south 68.4± ac dry cropland 51.6± ac CRP w/ annual payment of $2,839 ($34.37/ac), expires 9/30/21. 52± ac planted to wheat; buyer to receive landlord share upon harvest in 2021 74.4± ac wheat base w/ 33 bu PLC yield Could make a potential home site with electricity nearby Seller to convey all OWNED mineral rights Parcel ID: 38073901300003 (Logan County) - new parcel will be created after survey Listing #202138
$132,000