This is an incredible 841 acres of Nebraska wooded canyon ground. The pictures do not lie! The quality of mule deer and whitetail that have been harvested, mostly with archery, is something that you rarely see. Not to mention, the quality of elk that are on the property. We even bumped several sharp tailed grouse while surveying the land. The farm ground helps to attract game animals to the property. There is an isolated 65 acre tract of dry crop, mostly seeded with alfalfa, that is a favorite forage for deer, elk, and wild turkey.
There is a submersible well that provides water to two tanks and a windmill that provides livestock water for another pasture.
The CRP acres provide magnificent habitat, not just for upland birds, but for deer and elk as well. The current CRP contracts expire September 30, 2021, and one contract expiring in 2035. The owner has re-applied for another CRP term. At the time of this publication, he has not received the 10 year CRP program renewal contract. We feel confident that the property will once again be approved for the program. Copies of the CRP contracts and maps are available upon request. Payments for the year ending September 30, 2021, will total $3,762.50.
There is a building that could be improved inexpensively as a cabin with all amenities.
The current Owners qualify for 2 landowner elk permits.
The pasture is leased for the 2021 grazing season for a total of $10,000. $5,000 payable 1/2 May 15th and 1/2 October 15th. The drycrop will either be a crop share or be customer farmed. Contact the Broker for estimated income for the drycrop.
*A combination of FSA measured acres and Cheyenne County Assessors card.
Timbered Range: 615.48±
Site & Roads: 4.5±
All in Township 17 North, Range 52 West of the 6 PM, Cheyenne County, Nebraska
Section 22: All
Section 27: NW1/4
Taxes – Estimated $4,217.94
Address: Potter, NE 69156
Cheyenne County Wildlife - Potter, NE 69156, USA
Cheyenne County Wildlife- Potter, NE 69156, USA