28 acre hillside farm in Ashland, Oregon. Currently raising pigs and chickens for meat production. 100% off grid solar powered property. The property is very private, yet close to town center.
Lots of opportunities to grow and establish your own small scale, sustainable, commercial farm and contribute to our local food system.
The land is zoned EFU and there is 5 acres of usable water rights for commerical use. 1 acre of water rights for personal use. Potential to dig agricultural well.
Optional buildings on property available for housing, farm use, storage. There is a 30×30 greenhouse up and available for use, as well as 2 more that are not set up. There is some equipment available for use ranging from a skid steer to irrigation lines.
Interested in many different options for the property but the main goal is to restore ecosystem and improve soil health by sequestering carbon by way of organic, holistic farming.
Finding a trustworthy, passionate person to manage farm with room for their own visions in food or animal production.
Finish building planned structures on property, while also maintaining current livestock business. Sequester carbon and mend soil with organic practices, feed the local community with nutrient dense food.
Raising pigs, chickens, some fruit trees have been planted on property.
5 acres available for production of commercial food. And 1 acre available for personal food.
30ft by 30ft greenhouse, 20ft by 50ft farm outhouse with heat and electricity(was used for brooding chickens, but could be used for many things). There are 2, 40ft shipping containers.
Skid steer with forklift attachment, fencing, compost, irrigation equipment
Property is on hillside so there are many factors with location, but can easily be managed with the right person who has experience in hillside farming with emphasis on establishing vegetation which addresses erosion control. Property is located through an easement with neighbors who dont farm. Only 5 acres of water available through well rights for commercial use. 1 acre of water rights for personal use.
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