We have a farm in Marion County with 27 acres available for lease. These are fenced grazing lands with some flat areas that have been cultivated. The fencing has just been rebuilt and replaced as needed, and is good for sheep and goats. We are not interested in having cattle on the place.
We also have some barns that are available for lease separately. These barns consist of cow barns, hay barn, and hoop barn, with a few acres of ground around them. These barns are next to two ponds that have been flushed out and tested as clean last spring. The Water master has determined that this water can be used for irrigation.
We are looking for someone to use and manage the land. We are also looking for someone that may want to use the barns
Have farmer use the land in a sustainable manner as a good steward of the soil.
keep farm fully leased and properly maintained.
27 acres for sheep and goats. The barn used for equipment storage. Feeding station was used for goat herd.
There are two ponds that get water from the drainage off the roofs and surfaces of the cow barns. These ponds are each about an acre, and when full hold about 6 to 8 feet of water. There is a hose bibb at the well pump house in the paddock next to the farm house that can be used for potable water, but not for irrigation. There is a stream between the pastures that reduces to a trickle in the summer, but that flows well for much of the year.
Nekia and Stayton per the USDA soil survey.
Feeding barn and old shed barn on 27 acres. Other barns on main farm are cow barns, a hoop barn and a hay barn. There is a fenced paddock of about 1 1/2 acres with barn and shed on it.
The land available does not have water rights tied to a source, but the two ponds on the main farm contain water that can be used for irrigation per the watermaster.
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