For lease or partnership: 20 acres in Terrebonne


Owner’s Short Term Vision for the Property

Build a strong relationship with someone that is trustworthy and passionate about making a multi-year plan for the property that is aligned with my interests (I'm realistically not going to be in position to run a farm anytime soon, if ever. I'm therefore looking for someone interested in a multi-year commitment to build a farming operation that is profitable for them and aligned with my interests).

Owner’s Long Term Vision for the Property

A thriving farm that is good for the soil, the environment, and profitable for the person that is running the farm.

Current Use

Recently tilled and seeded with dryland rye for weed management. Not being harvested or used for anything.

Available Water / Irrigation

30 acres total water rights, 20 acre crop field with water rights that is available for use.

Buildings and Structures Available for Farm Use

Large shop available; considering building an apartment into the shop for housing.

Farm Equipment Available for Use, Sale or Lease

None currently; open to making investments depending on the business arrangement.

Any Restrictions That Could Limit Agricultural Production

None, full 21 acres has water rights.

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County: Crook

Farm Basics

Total Acreage: 39

Acreage Available to Landseeker: 21

Date Property is Available: April 26, 2021

Possible Business Arrangements: Lease for cash, Lease for trade, Partnership

Lease Rate / Price: Negotiable

Date when this listing was created: April 30, 2021

Farming Practices

Current Farming Practices: 7

Farming Practices Allowed: Certified Organic, Organic, Not Certified, Biodynamic

Agriculture Types Suitable: Bees, Cattle, Flowers, Goats, Grain, Hay, Herbs, Horses, Orchard/Fruit, Pasture, Sheep, Vegetables

Farm Details

Housing Available? No

Water Available? Yes

Property Fenced? No

Land Holder Interested in Mentoring Land Seeker? No

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