Lisco Pivots and Range Parcel 3

$729,250 Lisco, NE 69148, USA
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473 Acres

Parcel 3 has 473.0 tax assessed acres.  There are 84.8 acres center pivot irrigated, 214.2 acres dryland, 168.0 acres pasture and 6.0 acres roads/waste.  This parcel is predominately pasture and drylands with a small area of center pivot irrigated.  The North Platte Natural Resource District (NPNRD) has 84.8 certified acres for this parcel.  In the NW corner, there is an average quality center pivot with drops.  Irrigation water is provided by a 125hp GE electric motor and pump.  The pivot irrigates the entire NW1/4, however, it only has the right, through the NPNRD, to irrigate 84.8 acres.  The drylands has 84.8 center pivot irrigated acres.  This leaves considerable acres of drylands beneath the pivot that are not legally permitted to be irrigated.  The balance of the NW1/4 is dryland. The E1/2 is drylands and pasture with average quality fence and barbed wire and wood posts.  Livestock water is provided by a submersible well located in the NW corner of the NE1/4.  The SE1/4 is predominately average quality dryland.  County Road 143 runs along the West boundary and County Road 84 runs along the North.

Parcel 3
Location:
3.5 miles West and 5 miles North of Lisco, NE
Price:
84.8 Pivot Irrigated Acres @ $4,100 = $347,680
214.2 Drycrop @ $1,150 = $246,330
168 Range @ $805 = $135,240
TOTAL = $729,250

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.

Legal Description: Parcel 3: The North Half and Southeast Quarter Section Thirty, Township Nineteen North, Range Forty-six; All West of the 6th P.M., Morrill County, Nebraska

Taxes: TDB

Address: Lisco, NE 69148
County: Morrill

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.

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