Thinking of turning my level native grass hayfield into a lease for dairy or beef cows or hogs. Also possible to have approximately 2 acres with pasture and part of small forest for hogs and 6.5 acres for cows. Cowbarn and water would be available, mostly fenced with field fencing in parts and barbed wire. Would need about 170 feet of fencing on one side. May consider just a summer lease as well and then return cattle to field after hay harvest. Hemp is a possibility when mortgage companies are up to date legally. I would retain riding rights on leased land and would like to run three of my own texas longhorns (not purchased yet) in with your cattle. Land is level and flat. No water rights at this time but water for livestock.
I would consider a partnership or lease for cattle or hogs with some particular breeds in mind. I do not want to be involved in bringing livestock to market. I want full access to all leased land for riding and cowbarn for feeding of cat(s) or occasional farrier work and a few head of my own cows. May like to run a couple Texas longhorns in with your cattle.
Same as short term. Enjoy my arena facility and breeding horses and cattle. Using approximately 6 acres for horse training/breeding with 60X120 arena with stall rows and paddocks for breeding/riding/training.
Horse pasture and organic local native grass hay. See prairiefalconranch.com
Class II mostly Aloha Silt Loam/ Some Amity and Dayton Silt Loam. Can be certified organic.
1 12X24 horse stall for hogs or build your own shelter or use cowbarn, Approx 28X16 1892 Cowbarn with Hay Loft (pictured) for cattle. (see photo) Cowbarn has 3 inside stalls suitable for cows/hogs and tack or feed room plus hayloft upstairs with regular stairs. Back overhang for runs and partial front overhang. 100 acre hotwire available. Need some fence reconfiguration for direct run to back 6 to 7.5 acres and hotwire/barbed wire addiition to field fence.
John Deer Tractor with front loader/disc/harrow and mower/we drive
No current water rights. Previous owners in the 1980's lost some sheep to a disease that stays on property, so no sheep. Previous owners had cattle with no problems.
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