Land Area: 40.12 Acres
NOTE: This property is also available for sale with 3 additional parcels as Kearney County Pivots and Range.
Pivot irrigated cropland 123.10±
Dry cropland 35.80±
Roads & waste 6.41±
Certified Irrigated Acres
Certified irrigated acres from the Tri-Basin Natural Resource District: 123.14 certified irrigated acres
Irrigation well, water, and equipment information is as follows:
Well Registration G069041
Completion Date 09/13/1983 @ 800 gpm
Well Depth 130’
Static Water Level 11’
Pumping Level 29’
Pump-Western Land Roller, average condition
Gearhead-Amarillo, 60hp, average condition
Pivot-10 Tower T&L hydraulic, fair condition
Power provided by a tenant owned diesel engine. Pivot is required to reverse due to location of the improvement site. Information from tenant indicates that pivot is in good working order.
The following is an estimated income and expense summary
123.1 acres pivot irrigated @ 260/A = $32,006
35.8 acres dry cropland @ $100/A = $3,580
44.2 acres pasture @ $40/A = $1,768
Total Income $37,354
Real Estate Taxes $7,024
8% Management $2,988
Total Expense $15,212
Net Income: $22,142
Parcel 1 consists of pivot irrigated and dry cropland with pasture. Access is provided by gravel roads bordering the south and east. The T&L pivot has had work done to it over the past 2 years. The well is a fiberglass cased well. The G.P.S. system at the pivot point belongs to the tenant. The improvement site that consists of 13.78 surveyed acres is located in the southeast corner and is not included with the listing.
Parcel 1 is undulating to gently rolling cropland of which approximately 123.10 acres is pivot irrigated. Water for irrigation is provided by a well powered by a tenant owned diesel engine located at the pivot point. Water is distributed by a reversing T&L pivot irrigation system. (Pivot must reverse due to location of an improvement site not included in the sale.) Cropland terrain is undulating to gently rolling with all in row crop production with the exception to the 2 north pivot corners and 20’ strip along the west border that is in grass.
The balance of the parcel consists of rolling sandhills pasture located in the north that has good grass cover, fair to average border fencing and livestock water provided by a well equipped with windmill located along the east border.
Parcel 1 is of fair to average quality, and all areas appear well managed.
Legal Description: S 60.00 acres of NE1/4 and SE1/4 Section 9-T7N-R15W of the 6th P.M., Kearney County, Nebraska
Less 13.78 acres of improvements located in the southeast corner of the southeast quarter
Estimated Taxes $6,541.00
Kearney County Pivot and Range - Minden, NE, USA
Kearney County Pivot and Range- Minden, NE, USA