• This contiguous, 1,553± deeded acre farm is located approximately one mile north of Lyman, Nebraska.
• There are 1,240± irrigated acres with water provided from four irrigation wells which are adjudicated from 700 GPM to 1,200 GPM with static water at approximately 15 feet.
• In addition, surface water rights are provided from three sources: the Gering-Ft. Laramie Irrigation District for 856 irrigable acres; the Mitchell Irrigation District for 24 irrigable acres; and two appropriations from Horse Creek for 5.07 CFS.
• Six low-pressure pivots irrigate 800± acres while the remaining 440± acres are flood-irrigated using gated pipe.
• Horse Creek flows along the southern boundary of the property for approximately one mile, sheltered by mature cottonwood and ash trees.
• Improvements include three homes, an 80’x125’ red iron hay barn with 20-foot side walls, and a 60’x120’ pole barn with 16 foot side walls.
• In addition, the farm has a brand-new 999 head feedlot with 1,000± feet of concrete feeding bunk and five automatic water tanks along with livestock working facilities that include several working pens, alley ways, tub, and a Silencer hydraulic chute.
• The feedlot is constructed of railroad ties and continuous steel panels.
• An abundance of wildlife frequents the farm including mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, wild turkeys, pheasants, ducks, geese, and sharp-tail grouse.