Ogallala Pivot Farm is a quality, well located farm in Keith County Nebraska. Consisting of 683 CIAs in the Twin Platte NRD, this farm has excellent water and soils to give you the potential for high yielding crops. This farm has excellent county road and highway access. The South parcel has paved road access on 3 sides. The North farm has good gravel county road access on 2 sides. This makes for easy in and out with farm equipment and trucks. With good access and location to Ogallala, this farm also has great future development potential. The South parcel of pivots are powered by natural gas and the Southeast pivot is powered by diesel with a natural gas supplement, so you don’t have to worry about any electrical shut down times during the hottest and driest time of the year. The Southeast engine was replaced with a rebuilt engine in 2020. The West pivot engine was new in 2021 with a 10.3 Origin natural gas engine. Most of the pivots have been replaced with new Zimmatic systems in the past 15 years. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own a quality pivot irrigated farm with tons of potential.
South Farm: West Pivot: Origin Natural Gas Engine. 200 HP rating Amarillo Pump drive with Worthington Pump. GrowSmart Field Basic Control Panel.
Northeast Pivot: Natural Gas Engine Edelbrock Performer 2.0, 100 H.P. Amarillo Pump Drive, Lima Mac generator. GrowSmart Control Panel.
Southeast Pivot: Isuzu Diesel Engine with Natural Gas Supplement. 100 H.P. Randolph Pump Drive, Sargent Bowls. Generator. GrowSmart Control Panel
North Farm: West Pivot: Isuzu Diesel Engine, 125 H.P. Randolph Pump drive, Lima Mac Generator,
East Pivot: Isuzu Diesel Engine, 125 H.P. Amarillo Pump Drive, Generator. GrowSmart Control Panel.
683.34 CIA’S @ $240/acre= $164,001
131 Drycrop @ $45/acre= $ 5,895
Certified Irrigated Twin Platte NRD: 683.634±
Drycrop and Grass: 131.356±
Address: Ogallala, NE 69153
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.