Frontier County Acreage

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Frontier County Acreage is country living at its finest! Located just South of Curtis, Nebraska sits a very well kept, cute, country home on 54.62 acres. The property consists of mostly canyon draw pasture loaded with wildlife including mule deer, turkeys and upland birds. The Owners claim there is no shortage of wildlife on this property. There are cedar trees on the property but the Owners have done extensive removal projects through the NRCS CSP program. This CSP program could be transferred to the new owners and runs through 2024. There is a total payment left spread over 3 years totaling $7,542. Around the building site, you will find custom built corrals, two pole barn buildings, a chicken coop with attached pens, a grain bin for storage and a fenced in backyard. There are wide open views to the South with excellent wind protection via mature tree breaks to the North.

The 2 bed 1 bathroom home was remodeled in 2014 when the previous owner added 2 additions to the North and South side of the home. There is a country style, open concept, kitchen with butcher block countertops. The kitchen has an island and an additional bar area with seating. There is plenty of room for hosting guests in this area. The stove has propane burners. Just off of the kitchen is the dining area and a small corner office/hobby area. The master bedroom has plenty of space for a king size bed and nice walk in closet area. The living room area has a nice western feel with the ceiling lined with old barn wood. The home is heated by a new propane heater that provides plenty of warmth to keep the whole house comfortable. In the small basement area you will find the water pressure tank, hot water heater as well as a small room with a closet and egress window that could double as a 3rd bedroom. There is currently no heat source in the basement bedroom but the owners have purchased a small wall heater that they would leave with the property for the new owner to install.

This is a very nice, well maintained property that you do not want to miss! Call me today to set up an appointment for a showing. *BY APPOINTMENT ONLY*

NRCS Conservation Stewardship Program
3 years remaining on the contract and can be transfered to the new owner if they would like.
Remaining payments: 2022=$2,532; 2023=$2,532; 2024=$2,478

The practices that would be required to maintain during the life of the contract are cutting all cedar trees that are less than 5 feet tall along with planting and maintaining new windbreak trees and shrubs. The owner has already done most of the work and the responsibility of a new owner would mostly be maintenance until the end of the contract period.

Cleary 40×30 metal pole barn
2nd 40×30 metal pole barn with tack room and feeder. loft area for extra storage.
Both buildings have dirt floors.

Square Footage: 1,248 + 456 basement

Legal Description: Tract in NE 1/4 Section 20- Township 6- Range 28 West of 6th P.M. Frontier County, Nebraska

Taxes: $1,886.24

Address: 73487 Road 391, Curtis, NE 69025
County: Frontier

Brown County Irrigated Quarters and Creek Bottom-East

East Parcel 2 consists of flood irrigated farmland with the balance in native range and Sand Draw creek bottom in the Northwest corner. There is ample wildlife habitat on this quarter. The flood irrigated ground is watered from the Ainsworth Irrigation Canal and is pumped out of a holding reservoir on the property, which is located in the Northeast corner. There is also a livestock well in the Southeast corner for cattle water during winter cornstalk grazing.

East Parcel 2: 150.28 total acres
58.41 Grass acres
87.77 Irrigated acres
4.1 Road and Waste acres

Taxes: TBD

Well Info
Stock well in the Southeast corner of East Parcel 2

FSA Info
Ainsworth Irrigation District 2022 Assessment
East Parcel 2: 87.2 Irrigated Acres @ $37/acre
+ $761.13 Repayment Charge
= $3,987.53 Total Payment

Address: Ainsworth, NE 69210
County: Brown

Hitchcock County Drycrop and Range

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


North Platte River Duck Lore

This is a secluded 56± acre recreational paradise sitting along the North Platte River.  The property features both sides of the North Platte River as well as an additional slough on the South side.  This river ground attracts a variety of wildlife including ducks, geese, white tailed deer, mule deer, wild turkey, and dove.  Fishing opportunities are abundant from the banks of the North Platte.  There is a large fiberglass duck blind, with power, located next to a developed pond.  A small hunting cabin completes this recreational haven and includes a heat stove, appliances, furniture, and bunk beds.  There are boundary line agreements to the East, West, and South.  This outdoorsman paradise is only 15 minutes from Sutherland, NE, or 3.5 hours from Denver, CO.

Legal Description: Lot 1 & Accretions of 16-14N-34W of the 6th PM Lincoln County, NE

Taxes: $2,283.46

Address: Sutherland, NE 69165
County: Lincoln

Bayard Irrigated Quarter and Acreage

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Here’s your chance to own a quality gravity irrigated quarter located just Northwest of Bayard, NE. This property has potential for pivot irrigation. The farmland lays flat and consists of 100% good productive class I and II sandy loam soils. Current ownership has farmed the property and have a rotation of corn, soybeans/dry edibles and sugar beets. There are several feedlots and grain markets in the area to market the crops.

Traversing the property is a drain from the wild-horse reservoir that has live water year round. This area is known for quality waterfowl hunting, and with it being within 3 miles of the North Platte River, this property boasts the potential for great waterfowl hunting.

The acreage consists of a nice stucco and rock home that was built in 1920. This 3 bed 1.5 bath home has recently been remodeled over the past few years. The remodeled kitchen has quartz countertops and a tasteful backsplash above the counters. The large island in the kitchen makes for an excellent spot to entertain your guests. There is updated central air and heat as well. Just out of the backyard there is a creek that runs by creating a peaceful spot to relax with a fire pit on a nice fall evening. There are several outbuildings that can be used for storage. Around the lot there are some in-line feed bunks as well as several shelters for your animals. The old barn has a hay loft and a new roof!

This property has good county road access and is only a few short minutes to Bayard. Just down the road 30 minutes is Scottsbluff, Nebraska where you will find a commercial airport, restaurants, and shopping.

Income Potential
140 Acres @ $200/acre = $28,000

FSA Info
139.65 cropland w/84.3 corn base @ 167 PLC yield.
There are 142.8 Surface water rights with Farmers Irrigation District
There are 139.6 Certified Irrigated Acres in the North Platte NRD

Legal Description:
Township 21-Range 52 West of the 6th P.M., Morrill County, Nebraska
Section 15: SW1/4

Taxes: $5,810.46

Address: 7326 Rd 110, Bayard, NE 69334
County: Morrill

South Loup River Wildlife

With nearly ½ mile of Loup River running through this property, it is a wildlife haven. Heavy tree cover along the river corridor provides a lot of White Tail habitat. The deer bed down in this corridor for the day before coming out to feed on the alfalfa and neighboring cornfields at dusk and dawn. This property could be well improved by some elevated stands or even some food plots for tasty treats they can’t find at the neighbor’s. A tenant is already in place for the 43 acres of alfalfa that offers plenty of food for the Wild Turkeys, Upland Birds and Dove in addition to the deer. This would also make a marvelous place to build a home or dig a pond. Such a versatile little slice of heaven! There is excellent access to the property, and it is only 5 minutes from Callaway.

Acre Breakdown
Drycrop: 43.1±
Wooded Range: 92.36±
Waste: 7.15±
Roads: 1.48±
Total: 144.09±

Estimated Cash Lease Income
$7,684 payable 1/2 May 1; 1/2 November 1

Legal Description: Part of Section 33, Township 16, Range 23W of the 6th P.M. Custer County, Nebraska

Taxes: $1,390.78

Address: Callaway, NE 68825
County: Custer


Frontier County Grass

This great piece of rangeland would make a great hunting property, or a nice pasture for some cattle. The property has been cross-fenced into two pastures. Water was previously provided to this property via a neighbor’s house well, and this arrangement has been canceled. A new well would need to be drilled for a new solar panel submersible, and a new tank site would need to be developed. This property is adjacent to 473 acres listed separately by Lashley Land known as Frontier County Drycrop and Range, Tract #1.  This area is known to have good, productive hard land grass. Mule deer and wild turkey traverse this property, providing good recreational opportunities.​

Legal Description: PT 26-7-29 & PT 35-7-29 west of the 6th PM, Frontier County, Nebraska

Taxes: $2,865

Address: Curtis, NE 69025
County: Frontier

Bone Creek Ranch

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NOTE: Exact acres TBD

Bone Creek Ranch is a true outdoorsman’s paradise. This property includes a recently renovated home and bunkhouse, barn with corrals, treehouse, chicken coop, dog run and a basketball court.  This property has great access off Highway 183.  The home has 864 Sq. Ft. of living space, and the bunkhouse has 384 Sq. Ft.

This property neighbors Keller Park State Recreation Area on Bone Creek and is one of the few spots where anglers can pursue both rainbow trout and warm water species.  Keller Park also offers camping, hiking, and wildlife viewing among other activities.  The Niobrara River is located 4 miles North and is well known for canoeing, kayaking, tubing, hunting, and fishing.

Properties like this are hard to come by whether you are looking for a small acreage or a recreational retreat.

Legal Description: 10 31 21 IRR TRACT IN PT.E1/2NW1/4 19.45 ACRES 10-31-21

Taxes: $3,089.66

Address: 43537 Teal Road, Long Pine, NE 69217
County: Brown

Dawson County Hunt and Farm

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Great hunting land with income! This property is tucked away at the end of an isolated road, and is surrounded by crop ground, providing ample feed for deer and other game. There are two ponds on the property, along with a windmill and a tank, so there are water sources for wildlife and cows alike on the property. The submersible well is only 2 years old. This nice piece of Nebraska land for sale is comprised of approximately 108 acres of canyon-y range and around 50 acres of terraced dry cropland.

The range land is ideal for deer (both whitetail and Mule deer are in the area), turkey, doves, quail and pheasant. The draws provide shelter from the frigid winter winds, but close access to both food and water sources. Numerous doves were seen flying near the ponds. The current tenant reports that this property is a neighborhood “highway” for deer traveling between their winter shelter and the best fields for ample winter feed. This year the crop on this dryland farm is sorghum, so it is expected that the birds and deer alike will love to forage in these fields after harvest. The property offers endless entertainment (as well as some danger!) to the avid ATV enthusiast. A few strategically positioned elevated blinds would make this a hunting haven.

Income Potential

  • 10 to 15 pair x 5 months x $40 per month (avg) = $2000 to $3000 annually
  • Crop income figured on the previous year’s corn crop yields. This is the first year of sorghum, so there is no base acre information for that crop.
  • First 30 bushels @ $5.00 = $150.00 x 50 acres = $7,500​ (Existing crop belongs to the renter. Lease expires November 1, 2021)

Legal Description
Section 34 Township 9 Range 24 West of the 6th P.M.
NE 1/4

Taxes: $1,561

Address: Cozad, NE 69130
County: Dawson

Garden County Range and Wildlife

This is an excellent range and recreation property located just 1 mile South of Lewellen, NE.  It has deep canyons with magnificent views of the Platte River Valley.  Mule deer, whitetail deer, elk, and even turkeys make their home on this beautiful tract.  The Owner installed new solar power for watering livestock and wildlife.  There is a live spring at the bottom of one of the canyons, which also provides water for wildlife as well as livestock.  It has an exceptional road access on the North side of the property.  The value could greatly be enhanced with the addition of an access road through the canyons to the top where it overlooks the gorgeous valley below.  Please contact the broker for details and construction cost of the road.    

Total: 251.39±

Legal Description:
All west of the 6th PM in Garden County, Nebraska
PT LOT 6 S OF CO RD -PT S1/2SW1/433-16-42
N1/2NW1/4-PT S1/2NW1/4-PT E1/2NE1/4 4-15-42

Taxes: $735.48

Address: Lewellen, NE 69147
County: Garden