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Sheridan County
1509 Acres     $1,509,000
One of the oldest managed farms in the Farmers National Company Network, Beaver Farms is a rare combination of dryland farming (629.39 acres), native hay grass feed (84.74 acres producing 2.00/ton acre), two large pastures with stock water and good fencing (774.26 acres), and a beautiful creek bottom with some exceptional whitetail deer bucks and Merriam Turkey. There is a current tenant in the area that has farmed the property for over 40 years as well as a large amount of public ground in the area if you are looking for more ground to do some horseback riding, trail hiking, or fly fishing. Tract 1 Location: Starting at Hay Springs, Nebraska, north on 450th Lane 17 miles to the southwest corner of said tract. Tract 2 Location: Starting at Hay Springs, go North on 450th Lane 15 miles to CR 710th Road. Go west one mile to the north entrance into said property.
Montgomery County
40 Acres     $152,000
Beautifully rolling all wooded tract just off of Highway 19. Located only 500 feet off of Highway 19, this tract has unlimited possibilities. Future homesite, hunting, mushrooms, the possibilities are endless. Accessed via gravel easement. This tract won't last long! Located four miles north of Hermann, on Highway 19.
Holt County
2080 Acres     $4,108,000
Farmers National Company is pleased to announce the listing of 2,080+/- acres of sub irrigated meadows offering high carrying capacity pasture or hay land. The property offers seven lakes/ponds and several dugouts making this home to Canadian geese, ducks, prairie chicken, turkey and deer. The water fowl hunting is enhanced by nearby corn fields and perfect habitat. There is a pipeline water system for livestock water along with numerous windmills. Nearly 60 acres was planted into numerous deciduous trees which offers good refuge for the deer. The earthen dams were strategically located to enhance the retention of water creating natural wetlands. WRP contract in place with grazing and haying plan. If you are looking for seclusion and off the grid property, you may want to inspect this wildlife gem offering income and wide-open space. Electricity is nearby. Call for details and personal inspection. The property is located, from Chambers, Nebraska, four miles south on 487th Avenue, then two miles west on 870th Road to the east side of the property.
Washington County
160 Acres     $1,100,000
Offering 122 tillable acres of productive Washington County farm ground. Inluding 37+ acres of trees and recreational ground. Don't miss this great opportunity for income producing hunting tract! The farm lies about three miles east of and one and three-quarter miles north of Okawville, Illinois on Coal Ford Road.
Boyd County
145 Acres     $268,250
Nice sized property with exceptional deer and turkey hunting. This pasture is located northeast of Gross, Nebraska, in the river hills. Lots of views of the surrounding country side. Stock dam, plus an artesian well for livestock, and water for wildlife. Small set of corrals to load and unload livestock. Prefect spot for a cabin! Located four miles northeast of Gross, Nebraska, or 15 miles northeast of Spencer, Nebraska.
Holt County
200 Acres     $750,000
Quality irrigated farm with exceptional hunting! This 200 acre farm features 136.3 irrigated acres watered by a late model Reinke 8 tower pivot, plus two wells for plenty of irrigation water. The farm offers 40 acres of timbered deer hunting habitat with a small pond and seasonal creek. If you have been looking for a farm to provide income, plus offer a fantastic hunting opportunity, this is it! From O'Neill, Nebraska, (junction of Highway 20 and Highway 281) travel north on US Highway 281 approximately 19 miles, then west on 891st Road for two miles, then north on 490th Avenue for 1.25 miles to the southwest corner of the farm. Lower Niobrara NRD: 136.38 certified irrigated acres
Pawnee County
289.32 Acres     N/A
Land Auction! Wednesday, August 19, 2020, 10:00 AM at the at the Rozel Community Center, 105 North Main Street, Rozel, Kansas. Excellent irrigated tract with center pivot and sub-surface drip irrigation systems sitting right off of Highway 156 just west of Rozel in Pawnee County, Kansas. The Sawmill Creek runs through the middle of this property and there is grass and trees along the creek that could be used for pasture and/or recreation. Irrigation Equipment: There have been many upgrades made to the irrigation equipment on this property in the last 10 years including 160 acres under center pivot irrigation and 37.68 acres of sub-surface drip irrigation on 40" spacing with submersible pump and variable frequency drive. SW1/4: 2011 Valley 7000 6 Tower (1,098') Center Pivot Irrigation system and 40HP VHS Electric Motor (91.30 acres). SE1/4: 2011 Valley 7000 8 Tower (1,356') Center Pivot Irrigation System (partial replacement of this system due to tornado damage in 2019) and 50HP VHS Electric Motor (68.70 acres). SE1/4: Netafim Subsurface Drip Irrigation system with 40" tape spacing with Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) and 15HP submersible pump. (37.68 acres). Well Information: File #8142 - Authorized at 615 gallons per minute (gpm) and 252 Acre-Feet (AF). File #26364 - 2 points of diversion, south well authorized at 1,165 gpm and 210 AF, north well authorized at 720 gpm and 60 AF; combined authorized quantity not to exceed 265 AF per year on this water right. File #26364 is further limited to 211 AF for 2020 and 2021 crop years (combined) under Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) from installation of Subsurface Drip Irrigation. Combined quantity for both water rights #8142 and #26364 is further restricted to 392 AF per year. Water rights are enrolled in Central Kansas Water Bank Association savings account.
Saunders County
78.89 Acres     N/A
For Sale By Bids! Written bids will be received at the office of Don Furasek, Farmers National Company, 1258 County Road 17, Wahoo, Nebraska 68066 or email Bids will open Friday, August 24 and will be accepted through Monday, August 31, 2020, at 5:00 PM. Combination cropland, expiring CRP, grassland, and trees and creeks for you hunters! Gently to generally rolling farmland with 18.92 acres currently tilled. 41.16 acres under CRP contract expiring September 30, 2020. Seller to receive 100% of the 2020 payment. Approximately 17 acres of grass, trees and creeks. Located one-half mile west of Highway 79 on County Road F which is 3 1/2 miles north of Valparaiso, Nebraska.
Audrain County
76 Acres     $368,000
Good quality hay/cattle farm with great recreational appeal. Located northeast of Centralia, north of Skinner off Route T. Road frontage on two sides. Rolling terrain with very good grass, some could be tilled. Rock bottom creek across front of property. Buildings are secluded from road view, very private. Including a 1,512 sq ft modular home on full basement and split three bedroom, two bath design with a great room and laundry room. Plus, a 44’ x 80’ pole building with seven box stalls and small living quarters. Good add-on cattle farm or very nice weekend/recreational property! The property address is 18023 Audrain Road 368, Centralia, Missouri. From Centralia, go east on Highway 22 to Route E, north to Route T, east to Road 395, north to Road 368, and east to the property at corner of 368 and 389. From Mexico, travel north on Highway 15 to Road 368, then West 1 3/4 miles to the property on left.
Jewell County
90.5 Acres     $380,000
Acreage for Sale! Located six miles north of Burr Oak, Kansas, one mile west of Highway 128 (2750 100 Road). Nice, mid-century modern ranch style home with a new septic system, metal roof, newer siding, updated lighting, new thermal windows, and patio sliders on the main level. Also includes 90+ acres of timbered recreational ground, in an area known for large white tail deer, turkey, pheasant, and quail.
Cheyenne County
321.67 Acres     $230,375
This half section of land is available for the first time since 1915. Excellent access to all borders. Buyer can plant winter wheat immediately if closed before planting season this fall. Type II and III soils. Currently no growing crops on said tract. One-half (1/2) of the owned minerals will be transferred with the surface with a large horizontal well drilled in the section to the south. Full possession of property at closing. Take Highway 30 east of Potter to CR 83 North to CR 34, east one mile to the southwest corner of said property.
Banner County
636.32 Acres     $290,000
Full section of fully fenced pasture ground. Pasture (595.86 acres) cross fenced into four separate pastures. There are stock tanks on pipeline coming from well(s) from the adjacent home property including a smaller calving pasture protected by shelter belts. Rated at 50 aum on a five month grazing program. Potential recreational big game hunting with close proximity to 3,000 acres of public hunting ground. Preferred Seller lease back option for grazing rights at a competitive per acre rate with a solid ROI. Current owner has intent to repurchase. From Highway 71 North take Highway 88 West towards La Grange, Wyoming. Go north on CR 19, west one mile to CR 17 North. Take CR 17 north to CR 42 where the southwest corner of said property is located.
Stevens County
442 Acres     $2,259,000
This property has been in the family since 1891! What a unique piece of property! This would make a stunning hunting packing destination with an abundance of big game and turkeys on the property. You will find elk, moose, bear and both white tail and mule deer to hunt. And it is “end of the road” quiet and secluded! Surrounding the ranch are four mountains: Black Hawk Mountain on the southwest, Island Mountain on the northwest, Silver Crown on the northeast, and Bodie Mountain on the southeast. From the higher elevations on the property one can see the snow-capped mountains of the Red Mountain ski resort in Canada! The Canadian border is only a few miles away to the north. The property was most recently farmed in meadow hay and then used for cattle grazing. Fences and natural terrain will handle about 50 +/- cow/calf pairs. Haying generally produces one generous cutting of about 2-3 tons per acre annually. According to the seller, there is approximately $500,000 worth of marketable timber on the property with the last selective harvest done about 20 years ago. This 1967-built home on the property is a raised rancher with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an unfinished walk-out basement. Every room has a territorial view of some part of the ranch! The kitchen and living areas are all very generous in size. There is both a formal dining area and a breakfast area with a large farm kitchen. The fireplace in the living room is all natural stone harvested and cut in the area. Unique to this home is the construction! The walls are solid with laminated 2/4’s with no stud spacing in them. Windows on the living level have been upgraded to vinyl, while the basement has original aluminum framed windows. There is a natural artesian spring that provides water for the house, livestock and gardens. This spring flows directly out of the mountain into a pipe and cistern, then on to the homes. There is enough fall from the mouth of the spring (about 300 feet) to gravity flow with plenty of pressure to the home several hundred feet away. The barns are mostly original and show signs of vintage horse-drawn heritage! They are simple, but functional. The ‘chicken house’ was built to raise emus, but hasn’t been used for several years. And if one chooses to make a hunting camp/resort on the property, there is a modern meat locker room that will hold 6-8 beef at any one time! There are trails that can take you up most areas of the property to the top of the mountains.
South Dakota
Butte County
1717 Acres     $5,500,000
Come to South Dakota and enjoy the beautiful and very productive Santa Maria Ranch. Located about 8½ miles west of Belle Fourche, South Dakota on asphalt State Highway 34. This highly-desirable ranch is in a perfect location for ranching, recreation, hunting and/or development. The property has a large ranch-style home in great condition along with well-kept outbuildings and a newer, strong set of steel corrals. There is a perfect mix of deciduous trees and pine trees with tree-lined spring-fed creek bottoms and several large, spring-fed dams. There are five working water wells and many stock tanks. The ranch has about 500 acres of hay land. This place is right on the edge of the Black Hills National Forest. A well-maintained county road runs along the east side of the land, so there is great access to the entire ranch. This is one of the larger pieces of land that has not been developed, west of Belle Fourche. This historic ranch dates back to 1874 when part of the ranch was owned by the famous 2Y Ranch. The old Miles City to Deadwood stagecoach traveled across the ranch many years ago. An archaeological dig site uncovered a mother and baby dinosaur lying next to each other on this ranch about 20 years ago. Please contact us for a showing of this wonderful ranch.
Kimball County
160.08 Acres     $96,048
This quarter section of grass has a good stand with few noxious weeds and has the potential for many land uses such as recreational hunting, grazing, or put back into cropland. The property is surrounded by cropland on each side and has the potential of being put right into organic wheat or millet without the three-year wait. Access via a section line road from the west with electric lining the west border from north to south. Could be a great investment property with land prices rising. The property is located from the intersection of County Road 55 and CR 16 south of Kimball, west one mile.
Columbia County
43 Acres     $45,000
THE PRICE IS RIGHT! Stunning panoramic view from the top of the peak! Property sits on the hill southeast of the Last Resort Campground on the Tucannon Road in Columbia County. Fenced on the south and east with wire fence. Lush grass for grazing and for horse feed. Fishing is just up the road in the Tucannon River and there is abundant big game passing and frequenting the property. Deer, elk, moose, bear, big horned sheep and an occasional cougar, plus chukkar and a few turkey. Goat Mountain is just beyond the southeast property boundary. There is a gentle flat spot behind the peak suited for a cabin. The road to the property is not maintained, but easily accessed with ORV’s. The road can be improved for 4-WD vehicles with a little work. Paved roads all the way to the campgrounds make this an easy access, yet secluded hideaway! If you want a little place in the mountains for a cabin, hunting or packing base camp, or just a place to RV camp and play, don’t miss this one! Property location: Highway 12 east from Dayton; South on Tucannon Road to the Last Resort; continue a short distance and left towards the shooting range; a few hundred feet go left and park. Walk, take 4-wheeler or horse up the trail to the property (north and behind the Last Resort store on the hill.) Northwest of Goat Mountain. Look for yellow FNC signs.
Jones County
108 Acres     $647,500
Hunting property, noted for excellent deer and turkey hunting. Heavy timber close to the Maquoketa River. Including 45.42 estimated acres of CRP. The property is located four and one-half miles northwest of Canton, Iowa on Clay Mills Road.
Boone County
79.6 Acres     $485,000
Nearly flat irrigated farm with the Beaver Creek flowing through it. Lots of opportunities and appeal to locals, investors, and recreationalists! From St. Edward Nebraska, travel west and then north on Highway 39 to Road 320th Street, turn east and travel one and one-quarter miles east to 310th Avenue, turn north and travel one mile and follow the road west for a quarter mile. Turn south on dirt driveway and cross the railroad tracks to enter the farm in the northeast corner.
Wheeler County
480 Acres     $528,000
480 acres of former cropland currently in the CRP program. There are 431.59 acres enrolled at a payment rate of $47.32 per acre. The current contract expires September 30, 2020. This property will offer significant FSA corn base acres upon expiration of the CRP contract. This property offers opportunity for potential re-enrollment in the CRP program, or could be converted to pasture. Several smaller tree pockets offer significant cover for game. The deer hunting on this tract should be fantastic, with several irrigated cropland fields close by. From Bartlett, Nebraska, travel one mile south along US Highway 281, then two miles east on old Highway 101, then one mile south on old Highway 101, then 1.25 miles east on 830th Road to the northwest corner of the property. Call agent for details.
Winneshiek County
43.07 Acres     $285,840
Good quality farmland with owned easement for access. High CSR2 numbers and lays well. The bigger east field is pattern tiled. Some recreational acres are included. From Decorah, Iowa, go about five miles north on Highway 52 to 223rd Avenue, take a right and go north one and a quarter miles. Easement to the property is on your left.

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