Hitchcock County Drycrop and Range Sold Farms, Ranches, Recreational

Stratton, NE 69043, USA
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Looking for an excellent hunting property with income potential? This is your spot! Located just South of Stratton, Nebraska you will find a quality property with ample mule deer and upland bird hunting opportunity. This property has 177 acres of dryland crop land that can be easily turned into bird habitat or you can continue farming it. The current owner rents out the farmland on a 1/3 and 2/3 basis. The farmland consists of II and III Keith, Buffalo Park and Blackwood silt loam soils. There are several draws on this property that you can find mule deer or even a covey or two of quail. The 338 grass land acres can be used for an additional income stream and will sustain around 25 cow calf pairs for a 5 month grazing season. There is a windmill system with tank on the North end that waters the property as well as a modest set of gathering corrals. Not only does this property have rental income and hunting potential but it also has several spots that you could build a small cabin or home as there is power line access on the South end of the property. This is a great property with breathtaking views and endless potential.

Drycrop: 177±
Roads: 4±
Total: 520±

Income Potential
338 acres grass @ $23/acre = $7,775
177 acres Drycrop @ $40/acre = $7,080
Total Income= $ 14,855

FSA Info
174.12 crop acres
Corn Base: 62.45 acres @ 84 PLC yield
Sorghum base: 1.9 acres @ 53 PLC yield
Wheat Base: 41.7 acres @ 39 PLC yield

Legal Description: 
Township 1- Range 35 West of the 6th P.M. Hitchcock County, Nebraska
Section 17: W 1/2
Section 18: PT E 1/2/ E1/2-PT W1/2/ NE1/4

Taxes: $3,467.40

Address: Stratton, NE 69043
County: Hitchcock




  • City: Stratton
  • State/county: Nebraska
  • Neighborhood: Hitchcock County
  • Country: United States

Buyers and Sellers acknowledge all represented acres are based on the County Assessor’s records. Buyers acknowledge that they are purchasing a legal description, and acknowledge that fences may or may not be on the property lines.